Captured this Seagull flying around our local pond. Captured with Canon 1D Mark IV with Canon 400mm 5.6 L handheld.
While having my morning coffee this morning, I was reading tPreviewhrough my emails and caught Martha Heller’s “The Heller Report”. Martha’s report is one of the few newsletters that I always open and read – it is that good (you should sign up). The first item in the newsletter was an article by Chris Van […]
I just read Tom Catalini’s “Everybody Knows IT, But They Still Need Help” where he wrote: People know IT now. But they also need help. That’s not necessarily obvious to them, because it can be obscured by their comfort level and experience. It’s obvious to you, though, so don’t be afraid to take a leadership […]
Last week, I read with interest the announcement that IBM was opening up their Watson computing platform to outside organizations and developers to use to build upon the cognitive computing and natural language processing of the platform. This is a big step for organizations of all sizes, but especially those in the small and midmarkets. […]
Over the past few months, I’ve heard and/or read the following statements from consultants: Big data is complex. Big data is complicated. Big data is the future. While I would generally agree with those statements, I would also argue they are used as ‘scare’ tactics to try to drive business to consultants and big data […]