Posts tagged "measurement"

Taking Stock of THE MISSION MYTH

Taking Stock of THE MISSION MYTH
(Note: several pieces of this review were taken from a recent post I wrote for Chicago Now’s Job Stalker blog).  Like many others in Chicago, I am a “consultant” to non-profits and small businesses. Unlike many of my non-profit-oriented colleagues, I don’t take an “anything goes” approach, nor do I see an agency’s mission-driven philosophy any different... Read more »

The Final Frontier: Making Data Matter Locally

The Final Frontier: Making Data Matter Locally
Sometimes – just sometimes – there are people working in web development who do it right. One of the big challenges about merging tech and social good is making open data easily accessible and readable. Very few of us (myself included) are able to create web interfaces that allow us to digest information. But much... Read more »

The Game's Afoot: A Holmesian Approach to Social Media Measurement

The Game's Afoot: A Holmesian Approach to Social Media Measurement
(Note: originally, this note was posted on a now defunct blog in response to a Netsquared Think Tank request. This post has been updated and modified to stay current, as well as to promote my upcoming September 10th Sherlock Holmes & Social Media class via Dabble). Once upon a long ago, various Net Tuesday groups were asked... Read more »
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