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February 6, 2014 in Links
Audio +/vs. Video
Privacy vs. Surveillance
A clear value exchange to the consumer will be important for ads to move from the creepy factor to the wow factor.” But that’s the problem. There is no valley of creepiness to get through. One-sided information just keeps getting creepier and creepier the more one-sided it is.
@WIRED Nice: wrd.cm/1eJujW2 Reminds me of these: bit.ly/1nhDsYO and also these: bit.ly/1nhDxf1 No water, no desert.
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Truth! @paulpierce34 doing Xtreme clutch for the @BrooklynNets in Game 1. es.pn/1nhClIG @celtics fans glad to watch you, man.
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@rafat Today would have been a good day to visit my Irish ancestors there.
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A Net-native future for #VRM+#CRM: bit.ly/1hcxgcy @jobsworth @geraldineglobal @nitinbadjatia @catrionawallace @kitson @pgreenbe
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Market intelligence that flows both ways: bit.ly/1hcxgcy Yo @LAMOFootwear @Rockport @windley @judell @pmarca @edyson #vrm
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