So I thought – at least one blog post a month won’t be difficult, right? Right. Then in February, right before I was scheduled to speak at eTail West, I get an ominous email from Google saying my blog is spewing malware. I immediately checked and was convinced the email was legit. Oh crap. Later [...]
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April 25th, 2008 1 Comment
Blogging about Twitter. Reminds me that Talking about music is like dancing about architecture …and I’ve already blogged about Twitter more than once. While we’re a good year and a half into Twitter, and it’s been mildly entertaining, I’m starting to see value now. So this post is for the folks still scratching their heads. [...]
April 7th, 2008 1 Comment
Two new blogs today… eMetrics from Jim Sterne, who probably needs no introduction, and metricbox from William Garrison, a Senior Professional Services Engineer (I assume from WebTrends) Welcome to the discussion, Jim and William! (As always, when I find new blogs that seem to touch on web analytics, I tag them with the wablogger keyword [...]
July 20th, 2007 No Comments
Heidi and I are registered for WordCamp this weekend, but other commitments have come up, so we won’t be there. It does look like a great weekend though. I’ll look forward to the tweets, blogs and flickr documentaries of the event…
May 23rd, 2007 No Comments
Like many bloggers, I use FeedBurner to distribute my RSS feed. They provide well-formed feeds, predictable performance, and a small amount of reporting so I can see how many RSS readers I have and what articles they click on. You might recall that FeedBurner acquired BlogBeat some time back, but I don’t think they actually [...]
April 12th, 2007 No Comments
Well, it’s hockey playoff season, so that means it’s time to resurface the blog. OK, that doesn’t make any sense, but I wanted to say something about hockey, so there you go. Yes, I really am resurfacing the blog– upgraded the software and put in a fresh coat of paint. I intend to consolidate a [...]
November 7th, 2005 No Comments
I’m way behind in … well, everything, it seems. So it is that I’m just seeing JZ’s referral analysis. Jeremy makes the vivid point that while there’s strength in numbers, peeling back the surface layers provides deeper insights.
October 8th, 2005 No Comments
Spent a good hour this morning reading Mini-Microsoft, a recent phenom that’s actually been around a while. The comments are the interesting stuff. I don’t really care about the innards of Microsoft, but it’s making me think about how Yahoo works, including SDS and my own group. Sheesh, blog spam is way up this past [...]
October 4th, 2005 No Comments
EricB, currently at WebTrends, is now blogging about how technology trends impact analytics at inside analytics. Welcome to the conversation, Eric!
September 20th, 2005 No Comments
Steve Krause, VP of Analytic Products at CNET, has come out of his cave and is doing some great writing. Web Analytics historians will appreciate his Personify Retrospective, but he’s got lots of Good Think on other topics too. Anyone who can wax poetic about high-definition lettuce gets my vote. Welcome Steve!