I haven't been blogging much recently. This is mainly because I haven't been able to think about anything to blog about. But the other day something did pop into my head, so here goes... Could crowdsourcing help pass the Turing Test? The Turing Test is basically this: you have a person typing at two screens. … Continue reading Could crowdsourcing help pass the Turing Test?
Google has released a video showing a Digg-like interface to its search. I think it's going to change everything. A casual glance at Friendfeed picked up a link from Chris Brogan: entitled 'Is this the future of search?' Given that I'm currently scratching my head a lot and figuring out how best to pull together … Continue reading Google’s new search will be the best of both worlds
The following is cross-posted on a new blog called PNeo. Watch out for more cross-posts as well as insights, observations and analysis from the digital team at Porter Novelli, my employer. source » News. There’s a lot of it around, especially online. You can monitor some of this perhaps, but how do you even begin … Continue reading How to create a news tracker with Netvibes
The following is cross-posted on a new blog called PNeo. Watch out for more cross-posts as well as insights, observations and analysis from the digital team at Porter Novelli, my employer. source » Right now, people are talking about you, your brand, your products, your services and your competitors online. The problem is that you … Continue reading How to: Identify online opinion leaders
Sometimes a healthy dose of pure tech can do you the world of good. That's why I listened to a Digital Planet podcast on the way into work this morning, and found myself listening to Claudio Albanese, a physicist specialising in the use of high-end graphics cards to create massive financial market models. Then, this … Continue reading Data visualisation: from how the web links, to how it thinks