Summer is well under way here in Vermont, and school’s out. But, I was the word nerd in school, who at the end of each school year, received my Summer Reading List with glee, not gloom. Annually, I challenged myself – how many books from this list could I read before school started again? Some…… Continue reading What’s on Your Reading List?
“I don’t need college, I’ve got YouTube,” said a friend’s daughter recently. I laughed, half agreeing and half reminiscing. Wtih Carnegie Mellon’s recent announcement of its AI degree program, the first in the United States and the world of online learning (MOOC or Massive Open Online Courses) offerings, I got to thinking. As a lifelong…… Continue reading Friday Musings #4
I write regularly in the tech space with a focus on digital and analytics. It fascinates me that a mix of binary numbers and human behaviors can predict what we like, what we buy, what we do, where we’ll go, where we’ll live, how we pay for goods and services, and the list goes on.…… Continue reading What Drives Us? Thoughts on Human Behaviors in a Digital World
Procrastination is king this week it seems. With two revisions of books due this weekend, I’m staring down the barrel of no weekend. I should have been done with one over a week ago and then only had one on my plate. But, in the interest of procrastination, my apartment is clean! Yeah, it’s been…… Continue reading High Five Friday Musings