Images On The Run

Do you run with your phone, or maybe even another camera like a GoPro? I didn’t before, but now I do (on most runs). I like to capture images (still, and occasionally video), whenever the occasion arises. You never know when inspiration might strike, so I figure it’s good to be prepared! Here are some […]

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New Shoes: Step Out of the Comfort Zone!

It’s been far too long since I’ve blogged here. And I’m not going to make any excuses. I simply haven’t prioritized blogging amidst the competing priorities of life we all face. Monday morning, as I put on a new pair of running shoes, I thought to myself, “How can I change things up and step […]

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Race Report – Raleigh Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

Date: April 12, 2015 Miles: 13.1 Weather: Clear, 52-55 Overview: The Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon (and full marathon) returned to Raleigh April 12, following last year’s inaugural event. I decided to run the RNR Raleigh Half the second year in a row following Meb’s appearance at Runologie in January, where I was inspired in […]

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5 Principles To Navigating The Marketing Technology Landscape In 2014 – Why They Matter

Last week, I blogged for Bluewolf on 5 Principles To Navigating The Marketing Technology Landscape In 2014. Each of these principles should be fully integrated. A great example of the importance of this integration is social engagement. A recent article highlighted disparities in how top airlines engaged with their customers on Twitter during the recent […]

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2012 – A Big Year For Big Data

Summary of the Big Data landscape in 2012 Looking back on 2012, it’s sure been an amazing year for Big Data. Several high profile headlines have enabled Big Data to move from a niche to a mainstream (i.e., beyond IT) topic and have accordingly sparked interest in understanding its full potential. Following are a few […]

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Intelligent Posts – Week of 9/9

Last week’s top intelligent tweets focused on: Getting ready for Dreamforce, the Cloud Computing event of the year. Dreamforce, the annual Salesforce conference is expected to surpass 70,000 attendees this year to become the largest technology event. Salesforce prospects, customers, and ecosystem partners come together for a week of exploring the future of the Cloud. […]

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Berkeley Does Big Data

I stumbled upon a golden nugget from Technorati in my Twitter feed earlier this week. Berkeley has decided to partner with Twitter to offer a class in Big Data! This is a great move on Berkeley’s part, showing its desire to be nimble and address a critical skill set gap. It also is evidence we […]

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