Posts Tagged "Data"

Eventbrite only offers male or female compulsory gender options

Hey Eventbrite, I expected better. In case you’ve not considered it, please consider broadening your gender options on your registration forms, and also not making it compulsory. At least provide an ‘other’ option, like many other modern sites (Google+, Doodle… and remember Pownce?). This makes sure you’re including people...

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Digital ecosystems

I wrote a post about digital ecosystems on the Brilliant Noise blog. Having studied animal communication, behaviour and habitats, I like to understand the world from an ecological perspective. This translates very well to understanding digital ecosystems. We can map the key elements of a biological ecosystem to those...

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The next generation of internet users – infographic

I’ve been asked to share my thoughts on the following infographic. So here goes. I’m afraid it is quite critical. It has some interesting stats. It looks OK visually, but not all of the graphics represent the data. Sometimes they do, but sometimes it’s just a picture and some...

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Google Ad Planner is going to get less useful for research :(

I just got the following email from Google Ad Planner, and it sounds like some disappointing changes are afoot. I use Google AdPlanner for research for social media campaigns – to identify potential partners, to understand audience behaviours online in terms of what their top websites are etc., and...

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