I had a thought today. It’s a very quiet, snowy Sunday. You might know that I bake. A lot. I have my favorite recipes, but try new ones all the time. I have a sourdough starter (with no name), plenty of yeast, and a lot of King Arthur flour. Feeling up for a new challenge, […]
My how time flies. I was interviewed by Socialgist way back in Q1 2020, which was about 10 years ago…. and I meant to share it with you! The topic? What do I think is the bleeding edge with regards to data? What new dataset intrigues me the most? Read the Socialgist post and find […]
When choosing a tool, know that every system has its advantages. All take time to learn well. All take time to maintain. Some visualize better, some learn better, some report prettier. There’s no tool that takes away the need for critical thinking.
So let’s say you want to get a fast read on a topic, for instance cryptocurrency. We all know there is a huge amount to learn and read on every topic (and subtopic and sub-subtopic) … and that no one will be an expert in a day. But what if you could quickly see the […]
Originally published at MediaPost; written by Holly Pavlika – research & contribution by Wendy Scherer. [charts from Social Studies research inserted in this post.] If social media is powered by storytelling and great stories are what lead people to sharing, then no wonder podcasts are growing in popularity. I’m listening to Serial, a very popular podcast, […]