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Star Trek Death Rates, Alien Women, and Web Analytics with Matt Bailey

 

The moral of the story apparently is do not beam down with Captain Kirk unless he is going to get some strange Alien Woman. Somehow this compares to web analytics, but I sure as heck cant figure it out.

In this fascinating and hilarious video interview, Matt Bailey explains how segmenting web analytics data before analysis can help a marketer figure out what is really going on with the various types of customers who visit a website.

And that less red shirts dies when Kirk gets some.

 

Originally submitted by: Justin Larson

 

Why the iPad will change everything

 

The iPad will change the way you use computers, read books, and watch TV—as long as you’re willing to do it the Steve Jobs way….more

 

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Wi-Fi by the Hour Now Available for iPad (LiveScience.com) | InfoTiki.com

 

$1.99 an hour huh. Haven’t any of these people ever heard of coffee shops?

LiveScience.com – Good news for people who are springing for the cheaper Wi-Fi edition of the iPad due out this Saturday. Wi-Fi service provider Boingo to.…read more…

Wi-Fi by the Hour Now Available for iPad (LiveScience.com) | InfoTiki.com

 

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#186 No Agenda For Sunday March 28th 2010
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  • This Episode’s Executive Producer: David Earney
 

Episode 211: Apple iPad Details, Broadband Plan is Toast, HTC vs. Apple, Is Google TV Coming?, and more…



Episode 211:


Apple iPad Details, Broadband Plan is Toast, HTC vs. Apple, Is Google TV Coming?, and more…



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Time For — This Week in Spying on Your Neighbors


Ah, remember the good old days when only the KGB and the East German Stasi were this interested in watching their citizens with such zeal?

Story 1: The Senate hearings into computer surveillance:

A special U.S. Senate hearing is expected in Philadelphia Monday to discuss the issue of remote computer surveillance.

Senator Arlen Specter, D-Pa., said the subcommittee on crime and drugs will examine federal laws concerning remote tracking software. Specter, the subcommittee chairman, said new legislation may be needed to address webcam surveillance.

The hearing comes in the wake of a laptop spying controversy in the Lower Merion School District.

Story 2: Video Surveillance deployed inside London Public Bathrooms where you have to pay 50p to pee.

You can imagine my surprise after I paid my 50pence to use the public bathroom, walked in and found myself staring at not just one but three ceiling mounted video surveillance cameras. I had to get real close to their enclosures to convince myself that I wasn’t seeing things. Not only was it really there, but it was a Pan-Tilt-Zoom model with a microphone to top it off. Must get some great noises coming from there. It has also been reported that London officials are now installing cameras with speakers to allow them to talk as well as see and listen. Perhaps its just me, but I had absolutely no idea that this was legal anywhere, let alone in downtown London, UK. Sure I knew that London has more cameras per square mile than any other country on the planet, but in bathrooms?! How are they getting away with that one? It is appalling! Read the rest of this entry »

 

The GUI: Change or Die

Computer hardware has made some massive leaps in the past 30 years. So why are we stuck with the same old GUI?



 

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Teen cell phones leading to unintended consequences including child pornography charges for many teens.

  Child porn investigators are discovering a disturbing trend. Many photos are taken by the victims. Teenagers send nude photos to boyfriends and girlfriends. These are spread by cell phone and often end up online.

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Sexting resulting in adult charges for teens

Passing notes in study hall or getting your best friend to ask a boy if he likes you or, you know, LIKES you, is so last century. Nowadays, teenagers are snapping naked pictures of themselves on their cell phones and sending them to their boyfriends and girlfriends. 


Many of these pictures are falling into the wrong hands — or worse, everyone’s hands, via the Internet — and leading to criminal charges.


Many of these pictures are falling into the wrong hands — or worse, everyone’s hands, via the Internet — and leading to criminal charges.


Cases have been reported in New Jersey, New York, Alabama, Utah, Pennsylvania, Texas and Connecticut

For more on this story check out the complete AP story on MSNBC

 
 
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