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Something Jeff Jarvis and I Agree On
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Something Jeff Jarvis and I Agree On

Recently I had a bit of a spat with Jeff Jarvis over how he characterizes Google’s transparency. Jarvis has positioned himself as the standard-bearer for all things...

Something Jeff Jarvis and I Agree On
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Something Jeff Jarvis and I Agree On

Recently I had a bit of a spat with Jeff Jarvis over how he characterizes Google’s transparency. Jarvis has positioned himself as the standard-bearer for all things...

Announcing HCIR
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Announcing HCIR

I am proud to announce that HCIR 2009, the third Annual Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval, will take place at the Catholic University...

Announcing HCIR
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Announcing HCIR

I am proud to announce that HCIR 2009, the third Annual Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval, will take place at the Catholic University...

Great Blogging Tips from SEOmoz
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Great Blogging Tips from SEOmoz

I know that a number of you here are bloggers and trying to earn greater visibility for your blogs. I suggest you check out the “21 Tips to Earn Links and Tweets...

Daniel Tunkelang: Taste and Trust
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Daniel Tunkelang: Taste and Trust

A promise of social networking platforms is their ability to leverage your social network to provide useful recommendations. We are overwhelmed by the choices available...

Daniel Tunkelang: Data Scientists at Work
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Daniel Tunkelang: Data Scientists at Work

Recently, I had the privilege to be included in Sebastian Gutierrez's book on Data Scientists at Work. In each of the book's 16 chapters, he interviews a different...

Daniel Tunkelang: My Three Ex’s: A Data Science Approach for Applied Machine Learning
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Daniel Tunkelang: My Three Ex’s: A Data Science Approach for Applied Machine Learning

Today, I gave a talk at QCon SF entitled “My Three Ex’s: A Data Science Approach for Applied Machine Learning”. The talk wasn’t about machine learning as such,Brendan...

Daniel Tunkelang: Dream Big. Execute Incrementally.
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Daniel Tunkelang: Dream Big. Execute Incrementally.

In Silicon Valley, everyone loves to talk about disruptive innovation. Indeed, it's easy to dismiss incremental improvements as boring or unimaginative. But moonshot...

Daniel Tunkelang: Not Everyone Should Interview
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Daniel Tunkelang: Not Everyone Should Interview

A few months ago, I wrote a post on interviewing as a team sport, in which I cited Yishan Wong's advice on hiring software engineers. Among other things, Yishan...

Daniel Tunkelang: Controversial Questions About Personalization
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Daniel Tunkelang: Controversial Questions About Personalization

Yesterday, I had the pleasure to moderate, along with my friend Xavier Amatriain, a panel at the ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys 2014). Our panel...

Daniel Tunkelang: Taking Notes in Public
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Daniel Tunkelang: Taking Notes in Public

Yesterday, I talked with Women at LinkedIn (WALI) about how to invest in your professional brand. Several people asked for tactical advice on how to use socialJeff...

Daniel Tunkelang: How To Invest In Your Professional Brand
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Daniel Tunkelang: How To Invest In Your Professional Brand

I’m no stranger to self-promotion. For years I’ve used LinkedIn, Twitter, and a personal blog as ways to increase my professional visibility. My investments instartup...

Daniel Tunkelang: Where Do You Want To Get To?
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Daniel Tunkelang: Where Do You Want To Get To?

In Lewis Carroll's classic novel Alice in Wonderland, there's a memorable exchange between Alice and the Cheshire Cat about making decisions."Would you tell me...

Daniel Tunkelang: A Different Approach to Anonymous Sharing
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Daniel Tunkelang: A Different Approach to Anonymous Sharing

There’s been a lot of buzz in Silcon Valley around anonymous sharing apps. Particularly Secret, which identifies authors only by their social distance to the reader...

Daniel Tunkelang: The Facebook Colonoscopy Experiment
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Daniel Tunkelang: The Facebook Colonoscopy Experiment

By now, you’re probably sick of hearing about the Facebook data science experiment on emotion manipulation. Depending on whom you ask, it’s either a serious breach...

Daniel Tunkelang: No, You Don’t Have a Right to be Forgotten
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Daniel Tunkelang: No, You Don’t Have a Right to be Forgotten

A couple of months ago, the European Court of Justice stunned the world with a ruling on the “right to be forgotten” that ordered Google to remove a link to a 1998...

Daniel Tunkelang: Information Asymmetry in the Workplace
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Daniel Tunkelang: Information Asymmetry in the Workplace

Reid Hoffman, Ben Casnocha, and Chris Yeh recently published a book entitled The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age. Their premise is that we need a...

Daniel Tunkelang: Web Science: How is it different?
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Daniel Tunkelang: Web Science: How is it different?

This morning, I had the honor and pleasure to deliver a keynote address at the ACM Web Science 2014 Conference. I entitled it "Web Science: How is it different...
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