Crazy Like A Fox

Creativity | Communications | Computers | Consequences

Do You Remember ‘The Long Tail’? …Turns Out There’s A Sting In It!

I’d like to ask my readers a marketing-related question that’s been bugging me for weeks.  I’m asking you this question because you’re the only ones on Earth who can answer it: “Why did the visitation stats on this website go up after I stopped making regular updates?”   This small, humble, horribly-neglected little blog consistently received more visits over 24 solid […]

Back From The Dead – (…Without All That Nasty Zombie Business.)

Hello everyone!! 🙂 It’s good to see you again. I’ve been neglecting this blog horribly for three years straight – but I’m back from the virtual dead, with plenty to speak about and discuss with you. It feels good being back here and discussing this stuff again – hopefully you feel much the same. So what was I doing all […]

From Stork to Stalker – UPDATE

A fantastic article going into further detail on data-mining can be found here: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/19/magazine/shopping-habits.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=how%20c  

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