Another Great info graphic fron the NY Times
This exercise was put forth over at Gapers Block. I found the comments very interesting seeing a mix of shared insight, missed opportunity and painful regret. So I thought really hard what I would tell myself, and I realized I wouldn’t focus on any one event. I find my missed opportunities and my past transgressions make me and I prefer to live in the present.
But if I could, I would tell the 15 year old me:
- Put more at risk.
- Always look for the good in people.
- When you commit to something give yourself completely.
- Breath, be still and don’t worry so much.
- (okay one specific event)Go to the Nirvana Concert!!!!!!!!
If I really could I would tell the 10 year old me, don’t play king of the dumpster, don’t push your sister.
Apple eats mobile industries lunch, while the industry remains clueless: The panel, whose title was It’s the User Experience, Stupid agreed that iPhone represents a model for mobile operators to follow, but they reached little agreement on how to follow.
The main point seems to be that the general purpose relational database management system has outlived its usefulness after 30-40 years, and the market needs specialized database management systems to meet current application requirements.
In this post I will teach you how to mine the rich treasure trove of personalization data sitting inside your visitor’s browser history for deep personalization experiences.