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Op-Ed: Stop Feeding Facebook, It’s Time for Moderation

The damage being done by excessive social media is every bit as real as the damage done by a steady diet of bacon cheeseburgers and no exercise, and just as slow to become obvious. Frictionless sharing is the cardiac event that should signal it’s time to cut back on the endless diet of bacon cheeseburgers. […]

Social media: Have we finally hit the peak of the hype cycle?

Social media: Have we finally hit the peak of the hype cycle? By Ted Sapountzis on December 27, 2011 | Comments (9) Ted Sapountzis is vice president of social media audience marketing at SAP and has been with the company since 2004 in various product-management and strategy roles. You can follow Sapountzis on Twitter or […]

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What is MITx? – MIT News Office

Data mining without prejudice This graphic depicts the top 0.25 percent of the relationships that the researchers’ techniques found in data on the concentration of microbes in the human gut.Image courtesy of David Reshef A new technique for finding relationships between variables in large datasets makes no prior assumptions about what those relationships might be. […]