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Everybody lies, but why?
I recently finished the book Everybody Lies – Big Data, New Data and what the internet can tell us about who we really are, by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz. A highly entertaining read, and it gives a fresh perspective of the field of Data science in the modern era of Internet behavior and social media filters. This is not… Continue reading Everybody lies, but why?
Ever since the release of the iPhone in 2007 and the App store in 2008, a home screen full of individual apps with separate UI’s has been the interaction model of smartphones It can be argued that having many UI:s on your mobile device makes less and less sense. There is today oceans of third-party… Continue reading Interactive notifications
Our modern video consumption
The problem The national public service television company in Sweden, Sveriges Television (Svt), has realised that people used to watch TV together more often before compared to now. The technological development has given that you nowadays can watch whatever you want, whenever you want and from wherever you want. TV and production companies have adapted to this… Continue reading Our modern video consumption
Bye bye clickbaits?
Efter ett sex veckors långt internship på Sveriges näst största nyhetssajt har jag fått en liten inblick i mediernas värld. Min tid på Expressen väckte tankar om hur vi egentligen konsumerar nyheter och hur branschen kommer att utvecklas framöver. I dagens reklamfinansierade medier handlar det om att få så många sidvisningar som möjligt för att kunna erbjuda annonsörer en… Continue reading Bye bye clickbaits?