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The Vanishing Cost of Guessing, What Happens When Publishers Invest In Long Stories, Good Leaders Get Emotional, FC1: Who Learns What, and The Future of Programming.

The Vanishing Cost of Guessing, What Happens When Publishers Invest In Long Stories, Good Leaders Get Emotional, FC1: Who Learns What, and The Future of Programming.

This week: an amalgam of alternative thinking, big data and new notions

  • The Vanishing Cost of Guessing
    Big data is driving the cost of guessing down. We need to be able to distinguish between a good guess and the truth. “If you eat ice cream, you’re more likely to drown. That’s not true, of course. It’s just that both ice cream and swimming happen in the summer. The two are correlated — and ice cream consumption is a good predictor of drowning fatalities — but ice cream hardly causes drowning.”
  • This is What Happens When Publishers Invest In Long Stories
    Fast Company gives an inside view of the use of stub stories and their impact on traffic.
    If you are using blogging as a way to educate customers or reach portential employees, this is worth understanding.
  • Good Leaders Get Emotional
    As organizations begin to encourage involvement of the whole person, w’ll begin to see more emphasis on the strengths of what have been closeted emotions.
  • FC1: Who Learns What
    This is the first breakout conversation in what might become a really useful place to bookmark. Built around the notion that passwords are passe, this is the first comprehensive look at Federated Identity I’ve run across. (Federated Identity means logging in with credentials from a social platform like Twitter, Facebook or Google). The series aims to make the conversation about the pros and cons clearer and more intelligible. This piece examines the kind of data that is exchanged when you use a federated identity.
  • The Future of Programming
    Brilliant. Watch.

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