Dec 12 – Major, Major Retail Problems – Fueled By Demographics by Kevin Hillstrom You probably read this article in Vox … about Abercrombie, Delia’s, and Aeropostale (click here).D… via Kevin Hillstrom: MineThatData Dec 11 – False Advertising: When Lazy…

Dec 05 – Error’d: We’re Not in Kansas Anymore by Mark Bowytz “After signing up to search for jobs at Comcast, I check out their locations map and wondered when N… via The Daily WTF Dec 04 – The Poster…

Nov 28 – fMRI via xkcd.com Nov 30 – Audio Storytelling by Fred Wilson There’s something happening, at least I’m noticing it. And I’m paid to be a notice… Nov 29 – November 29, 2014 We are keeping things 10%…

Nov 21 – Out, damn’d gridlines! Out, I say! by Jeff Weir So after doing some incredibly complicated formula challenges and ninja-grade VBA, I thought I&#8217… via Daily Dose of Excel Nov 22 – Kentucky Would Lose To The 76ers…

Nov 14 – String concatenation is like the weather… by Jeff Weir …everyone complains about it, but nobody does anything about it. Well, certainly not Microsoft… via Daily Dose of Excel Nov 14 – Meta-Analysis via xkcd.com Nov 14 –…

Nov 07 – Cloud via xkcd.com Nov 06 – Design for People, Not Markets by Clint Balcom Clint Balcom Designers get a bad rap. Though some of it is well deserved, the know-it-all rap isn’t… via Re/code Nov 06 –…

Oct 31 – Boo! Who’s afraid of availability bias? by Andrew Just in time for Halloween: I came across this 2-minute video by Brian Zikmund-Fisher, a professor … via Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science Oct 31 – Does…

Oct 24 – Error’d: Undefined Favorites by Mark Bowytz “It’s great I can ship my favorites to Europe, I just wish I knew what they were,” writes Nick. &nbs… via The Daily WTF Oct 24 – Five definitions of multichannel…

It is Halloween and I want to highlight one of my favorite spooky stories: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, published by Washington Irving in 1820 (wikipedia article). Growing up, I remember watching the Disney version of the story around this time…

Oct 17 – You See Sneakers, These Guys See Hundreds Of Millions In Resale Profit by Lisa Chow Shirod Ince sat at the front of a line of more than 100 people, mostly guys in their early 20s, on a……