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Big Data Indescribably Large

February 16, 2014


Lost for words I have been the first to be overly critical of those that define big data solely by size and (absence of) structure. That being said, it is inescapable that data volumes have reached an inflection point. In an article for the Wall Street Journal, Andrew McAfee makes a pretty startling observation. Data has […]

Smart Watch naysayers and the inevitable rise of Wearable Tech

September 16, 2013


A diversion into the world of wearable tech for my first post after a Summer recess. The naysayers are already lining up to herald the failure of smart watches including a couple of post from ZDNet with The problems with the smart watch even Apple can’t solve and Wearable computing: Why there’s no room for watches like […]