How The Quantified Life Can Help You Achieve Your New Year's Resolutions TechCrunch Instead of relying on fragmented web advice and our own fragile intuition, “quantified self” is all about treating self-improvement with the rigor of an academic...
Over the past 12 months, brands and publishers have evolved their social marketing strategies from engaging with consumers on social networks to socializing their own websites, mobile apps and even advertisements.
While most brands now view social media as more of an opportunity than a threat, the rapid evolution of consumer behavior has resulted in new avenues for brands of all types to tell their stories.
Five technology trends that CXOs should watch in 2014 TechRepublic (blog) Several critical trends are likely to affect your business in the year to come -- from connected devices to new security concerns to a more demanding and discriminating user...
ExitEvent Allow Me to Introduce My Quantified Self ExitEvent But frankly, I'm so excited about the opportunities springing up around the quantified self, brought about by the Hardware Revolution and the Internet of Things, that I don't want to get...
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