Posts Tagged ‘communications’

Hi-tech Video. Part 3

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

To top it all off, I’m making the videos that I produce available via my Web site: I’ve got several dozen videos available in a variety of formats, which people can access on demand. Not only that, but I’ve established what I’ve come to call jimcarroll-tv: it’s a continuous, 24-hour a day transmission of a random sampling of speech topics and videos that I’ve produced.


Critical optimism

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Brigham agrees the lack of standards will cause problems for the technology at the outset: “It’s a lot of work to code XML and [create a DTD]. Until there are standards that everyone can agree on, many companies won’t think it’s worth the effort.”


Reeling in information

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

More and more, systems like Verbind’s are proving themselves with lasting value. After analyzing two years’ worth of Reel’s transaction data last spring, a five-plus-member Verbind team quickly developed behavior maps for Reel. Customer groups based on specific criteria allowed Reel to follow groups of similar customers. (more…)