Data and Statistics


The disinformation agents, propaganda creators, and PR spinners are out. Are you sharing what they created? Here’s one I saw on LinkedIn. This infographic came from an article where journalist Tom Gara dug into everything Google knew about him. Disclaimer: I didn’t read the article. I’m reacting to seeing this isolated infographic going around LinkedIn. […]

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I recently saw a Gartner report (I think it was this one; I was just emailed a PDF) on the Future of Experience: Generation Z. Generation Z Generation Z are those born between 1995 and 2010. Here in Feb 2018, that would make them roughly between the ages of 7 and 22. I immediately have […]

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If you stacked a bunch of things end to end, it would reach the moon and back twice. If you lined up all the candy made in that factory each day, it would be the weight of 13 farming vehicles. But what does that mean to me? Do I have a better sense of “10 […]

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How many times has a post like this ended up in your news feed? And then let’s say you share it. If you’re like me or my Facebook friends, by default, your shares and posts are set to “Friends Only.” That means this teacher will never see that you shared it. What if you share […]

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