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Singapore is a relatively small place—an island city-state just 30 miles across. Politically speaking, it has been governed by the same party for decades. Its geography and political stability have allowed Singapore to position itself for the future rather uniquely as the world’s first “Smart Nation.” This is a truly ambitious set of programs designed…

Data mining and predictive analytics allow retailers to see into the future: they use collected information to anticipate what their customers want (sometimes even before they know they want it) and custom-tailor their marketing to match. And the practice is only growing more accurate as technology and analytics move forward. A great example of predictive…

A little perspective can add a great deal to perception.    Let’s consider a cultural icon that: Is still going strong after more than 25 years Survived the terms of four U.S. Presidents (soon to be five!) Has weathered multiple contract disputes Contributed – and still contributing –  dozens of catchphrases to the English language…

Port Tampa Bay.   Not only are they the largest port in the state of Florida, handling nearly a third of all cargo going in and out of the state, but they’re also one of the largest United States cruise ports, with nearly a million passengers passing through each year.   That’s a lot of…

George H. Gallup died over 30 years ago, but during his lifetime came to be known as one of the founding forces in public opinion research and polling.  Taking the temperature of the American public was central to the Gallup organization, as evidenced by George Gallup’s book, “The Pulse of Democracy.”   Gallup polls often…

A new study out of Canada says the odds are that your wearable tech device (like a Fitbit) is leaking personal data in unexpected places. Eight popular wearable devices were tested by Citizen Lab and the Munk School of Global Affairs:  Apple Watch; Basis Peak; Fitbit Charge HR; Garmin Vivosmart; Jawbone Up 2; Mio Fuse;…

In case you haven’t caught all the details of The Panama Papers, here’s a recap: What are the Panama Papers? The Panama Papers is the name given to the  largest data leak journalists have ever encountered:  2.6 terabytes of data consisting of 11.5 million files. Where did they come from? The records came from the…

March is here, and all around the country basketball fans are filling out brackets in office pools, hoping that their predictions are the right ones. The phenomenon has grown so big that financial icon Warren Buffett has bought into the excitement. His company is running the office pool to end all office pools: Berkshire Hathaway…

Yesterday I received a call from someone who contacted me based on a recommendation from one of my clients.  Seems the subject of Dropbox had come up in one of their meetings.  This client was looking for a way to share project assets with an array of people –  some would be their employees, others…

Some forty miles south of Lexington you’ll find the town of Berea, Kentucky– population 13,561 as of the 2010 census.  The census also tells us that the city is just a little over 9 square miles—it’s not a large place. Those familiar with the area might tell you about the Berea Spoonbread Festival– held in…

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