Category Archives: Audience Engagement

Alternatives to morning radio

I commute to northern Virginia (NoVA) a couple of times per week.  I make this longer-than-ideal commute to preserve a small-town experience for my family AND a morning waterskiing habit for myself during the summer 🙂 Few things make me … Continue reading

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Stick to your guns; or, WHY would we EVER need THAT data?!

Note to my colleagues:  this blog post is a reminder to myself that I need to stick to my guns. 🙂 I’ve long believed there are interesting and non-obvious patterns in human behavior. Uber recently shared their discovery that Uber … Continue reading

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Aim for truth not victory

Read the following quotes and you don’t have to read the rest of this blog post… “In all debates, let truth be thy aim, not victory, or an unjust interest.” — William Penn “The clash of ideas is not weakness.Truth … Continue reading

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Books can be relationships

I recently read a blog post by Michael Hyatt (@michaelhyatt) titled “Three Reasons Why Authors Must Develop Their Own Platforms.”  I completely agree with his thesis – authors have to get way past the idea that “if you write it they … Continue reading

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Should the government regulate statistics?

I’m only half kidding. According to Mark Twain (or, possibly, the British Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli) there are three types of lies: Lies Damned lies, and Statistics I named this blog post “Should the government regulate statistics?” because I was worried … Continue reading

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