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Don’t Believe The Truth

Today, while looking at my blog statistics, I came upon a Google document from a reputation consultant for Domo, who shared a link of my review of the rap concert at Domopalooza [1] with the following comments: ‚ÄúThis comes up … Continue reading

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Welcome To Wafflepalooza

It so happened that today was the day I chose to take care of my biennial requirement to have my car’s emissions tested, given that I live in the Portland metropolitan area and one of the consequences of that is … Continue reading

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Founding Members

When I was recently in Salt Lake City for Domopalooza, one of the aspects of that event that was particularly important to me was being a founding member of their user community, which is called Dojo [1]. Among the thirteen … Continue reading

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Don’t Give Yourself Away To The Weight Of Love

In my recent trip to Salt Lake City, one day in particular reminded me of the wide gulf that exists for women in this present society. In a speech highly colored with feminism, Facebook COO and founder of LeanIn.org Sheryl … Continue reading

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Data Humanism

This morning, largely thanks to being sober after last night’s concert [1], I was able to watch Billy Beane graciously speak to our audience. He was full of humor and humility about his intellect and the way he came to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Does It Work?

Does It Work?: 10 Principles For Delivering True Business Value in Digital Marketing, By Shane Atchison & Jason Burby [Note: This book was given out as free promotional material at Domopalooza before its publication date.] This book manages to combine … Continue reading

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Concert Review: Robin Thicke, Ludacris, Kid Ink – 04-08-2015 – (Domopalooza: Salt Lake City)

Picture the scene. You are sitting on a white couch towards the back of the Grand Ballroom of the Grand America Hotel In Salt Lake City, surrounded by tabletop dancers in black leotards and full-length black fishnet hose. Most of … Continue reading

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I’m Just Here Because I Love Data

A few days ago I commented on the phenomenon of Beast Mode [1], and I accidentally neglected to comment upon the use of Beast Mode by Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who is famous for his short and on-point … Continue reading

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Fashionably Late

Today, my work day started at 5:09 this morning when I arrived at the Portland International Airport for my flight, departing at 6AM. Somehow, thanks to the kindness of the people at the Delta ticket counter, as well as some … Continue reading

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Beast Mode

One of the songs from Ludacris’ latest album, released last week, is called “Beast Mode.” It just so happens that Ludarcis is the performer I am most looking forward to seeing at Domopalooza in a couple of days. I wanted … Continue reading

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