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Is The Rest Of The World Catching Up To The NSA? Making Sense Of Transparency Data

Article originally published on wired.com November 13, 2014 When Edward Snowden revealed the NSA was using meta data to spy on millions of people not just abroad, but domestically as well – it took the world by storm. More information came out indicating the NSA was also spying on allies and aid groups, which further damaged the United States’ reputation around …

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Last Click Attribution is Dead, and Web Analysts Need to Take Notice

Fighting For Attribution

Last click attribution is going the way of the dinosaur. It had its time on the planet, but eventually a big meteor plunged down and *poof* no more last click. What is the big cataclysmic event? Quite simply put, the need for data. We live in a world where multi-channel and omni-channel are common place terms. A world where it takes …

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The Web Is Not Dead

The Web is not Dead

Article first appeared on wired.com, February 13, 2014 At the very least, the reports of the web’s death have been greatly exaggerated. In 2010 Wired Magazine published The Web Is Dead | Long Live The Internet1, regarding the demise of the PC and the shrinking need for the Web as a digital presence. The original argument from the authors states …

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