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Paul Muret
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Very excited about Enhanced Ecommerce features in Google Analytics.  The team did a great job making products and interactions a first class part of our data model, and the robustness of the reporting and analysis really reflects this!  http://goo.gl/2iqWH7
“Enhanced Ecommerce will help us to overcome many challenges. As an example, I'm looking at a report that indicates a 74.4% checkout abandonment rate. That insight is shockingly simple: over 7 out of 10 people that add something to the cart and start to checkout don't complete it!
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Special thank you to the folks at Scripps SIO for a fantastic tour over spring break!!  

Professor Victor Vaquier (http://mbrd.ucsd.edu/Research/labs/vacquier.php) led the tour with an exploration of their experimental aquarium.  The kids got to touch all kinds of interesting creatures including deep sea urchins.  He then took us to see the Hamdoun lab where Joseph Campanale (http://www.hamdounlab.org/joes-profile-page/) was doing some amazing research on urchin embryos and the cell response to different chemicals.  It was very cool to see the cell splitting and development.  I’m always partial to urchins! :) 

Next, we went to Jen Smith’s lab on Coral Reef Ecology (http://coralreefecology.ucsd.edu/).  She gave us an really great overview of the work they do to understand the impact of climate change on the health of these important ecosystems.  Ocean acidification and temperature increases are making these system more and more fragile.  Add in overfishing and pollution runoff and the systems are rapidly collapsing.

We ended the tour meeting Professor Brad Moore in the Center for Marine Biotechnology & Biomedicine (http://scrippsscholars.ucsd.edu/bsmoore/pages/moore-lab-research) where they discover new potential medicines from marine microbes.  He showed the kids how to make little bombs out of dry ice.  Awesome fun!

Thank you to Mary Darling and Jesse Brooks for setting it up.  
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Just filled up new Prius Plugin for the first time since getting it.   I drove 486 miles on 8.1 gallons of gas for an average of 60mpg.  Not too bad, but should be able to go higher when mostly commuting.  I'm trying to just use electric on commute but heater in the morning uses gas engine for a few minutes.  If you see me with gloves and beanie on in the morning, you'll know why...
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Looking forward to next week's hangout on 10/15 as part of our first Analytics Academy course.  I'll be joining +Justin Cutroni  for some Q&A on the direction of Analytics and fundamentals of digital marketing.
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+Waleska Oporta  u could still had joined it since it was open till 30th of October. But as they said such courses might be available in near future once again. Just keep an eye over it. 
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Great first day at #gasummit2014!  Thank you to all the presenters.  Especially excited about ecommerce launch: http://goo.gl/pHQ1vW
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Great first week with our friends at Adometry!  Strong collaboration beginning.  Very excited about roadmap! http://www.adometry.com/blog/adometry-joins-google/
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Vasa museum in Stockholm was pretty amazing.  Incredible salvage of 1628 warship.  Unfortunate engineering calculations led to ship's original demise.  http://goo.gl/cWr7s
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Wrong engineer calculation or CEO (king) intromission? :) I remember the second one
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