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Chatter can be readable and witty, but not informative. The Guardian's writer produced a witty, readable piece, but one that didn't offer to link to better descriptions of the issues. Which is a responsibility that online journalists should accept.
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Leveraging pop culture depictions of technology can work, but it often requires a writer to find an appropriate target audience and tone. Go too shallow and you’ll invite a blast from the true experts. Go too shallow and you’ll lose casual viewers. It’s worth some effort at striking a good balance between the two, because… Read More
Mark Underwood's blog post on digital forensics seen through the lens of the one-season show CBS "Intelligence"
The advent of big data creates new opportunities for errors in inference-making. Because the data is big, the errors can be similarly big (though the two notions may not be correlated. In this piece for Wired Innovation Insights, an example is taken a study that found a correlation between Google searches for “southern cooking” and… Read More
As part of the Big Data push by Syncsort, this Mark Underwood blog post ("Big Game, Big Data: How Football is Being Transformed by Big Data") forecast the arrival of real time data from NFL games,