My friend Eric Kim at Twylah shared this most excellent TEDTalk with me yesterday. Watch it! Here are the 5 questions that Adam Leipzig offers… What do you think? Helpful? Overly simplistic? Tell me… Here’s a bonus list of my ‘on purpose’ videos… Related articles Searching for a Purpose (rcarterphoto.wordpress.com) Ted Talk Exercise with Adam Leipzig: [...]
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Some thoughts on beginning blogging from a writer at FlowingData… I answered a few questions for Amstat News not too long ago, and the questions were centered around why I, as a stat grad student, take the time to write for FlowingData and why others should give blogging a try. The questions were more from [...]
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWcM0wowUSs&feature=player_embedded Boy, do I need this!
Show me a modern political candidate who doesn’t understand television, and I’ll show you a loser.When TV became the dominant medium for Americans to consume news and entertainment, political candidates could no longer be successful without looking polished in televised debates, appearing on talk shows and spending big on commercials.Like the television boom of the [...]
Image via CrunchBase Interesting data from a great source that should have you thinking… “In the digital era, news has become omnipresent. Americans access it in multiple formats on multiple platforms on myriad devices. The days of loyalty to a particular news organization on a particular piece of technology in a particular form are gone. [...]
Image by thebittenword.com via Flickr Interesting perspective on the use of time and intelligence… “I was recently reminded of some reading I did in college, way back in the last century, by a British historian arguing that the critical technology, for the early phase of the industrial revolution, was gin. The transformation from rural to [...]