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Fascinating. And visually attractive. The people of LinkedIn Labs just recently created this InMaps application, a kind of analytics tool to “visualize your professional network, clustered in realtime based on their inter-relationships”. A pretty cool tool actually, and I’m a sucker for these kind of applications. Log in with LinkedIn and the tool will analyze […]

Yesterday I did a presentation on Social CRM at Digital Marketing First (and no my thoughts on that event haven’t changed yet). It was our partner Selligent who had asked me to join them for this presentation and the following is what I prepared. The original call for the presentation was around social media as […]

In February of this year I wrote a post about Kevin Slavin’s talk on Augmented Reality at PICNIC NY Salon. In that video he talked about something that made total sense to me… which to be honest is true for most of what Kevin says anyway :) “His thoughts around augmented cities and why maybe […]

I recently figured out a nice way to read white papers on the iPad and thus finally catch up to the reading of all those white papers. It was/is a good solution but there are 2 elements that could be improved: Would have been nice to be able to open the PDF’s in iBooks straight […]

What do you get when you analyze the colors of the top 100 website in the world? I may be color-blind but I find stuff like this fascinating. [Via @christianstobbe]

The YTTM offers an interesting way to watch videos from a specific year in between 1860 and 2010. Pick a year and choose one or more categories (video games, television, commercials, …) and you get a video that fits the selection. Let’s find out what happened in 1973 – the year I was born in […]

Something bugs me. Not a day goes by or new usage data (preferably in the form of an infographic) gets shared online about one of the favorite social media initiatives such as Facebook, Twitter, … you know the lot. Big data, big numbers most of the time. What I don’t get though is why we […]

Poliakov’s Pyramid of Engagement, what’s in a name. Pretty true though. [Via LitmanLive]

I have this habit of downloading pretty much every white paper, research, … that I come across online. I then put them in a Dropbox folder so it’s shared with colleagues and they’re easy to access from multiple devices. They’re also mostly in PDF format for easy reading so sounds like I’ve got it all […]

Keeping in mind that some of the data in the infographic seems to be a bit misleading (cfr discussion on Lifehacker) it still poses an interesting question about how shopping is shifting from online and offline, and which product categories are big in e-commerce. [Via Lifehacker]