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Big Dating: It's a (Data) Science http://ow.ly/KFIg4
Millennials empirically know that bar crawling is for recreation – not for archaic, time-wasting, low-percentage mating rituals.  If you want to meet someone, there are any number of big dating sites and apps available.
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Lydia Loizides of Talentedly talked to Vanessa Steil about how she turned a survival story into a career. Read the full interview here!
Savor every opportunity to learn something new and live in the present, because life has no guarantees.
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There are an infinite number of Data Doomsday scenarios, let's outline one... 
While the Boy Scout Motto is, "Be Prepared" – and I was very serious about Scouting back in the day – I am always amused when I happen by NatGeo's "Doomsday Preppers." But I can say with certainty that they are missing the biggest, most obvious threat: Data Doomsday!
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Do you have "skill dots" on your resume? Danny Rubin of News to Live By says it's a dumb idea. Get rid of them. You're selling yourself short. Here's why.
You're not giving yourself enough credit -- and you're sending the wrong message -- when you arbitrarily rank your skills.
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We've entered one of the most transformative, disruptive times in the history of brands and marketing, writes David Houle. Welcome to Brand Shift. 
We have entered one of the most transformative, disruptive times in the history of brands and marketing. 
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Merging performance art and visual design: Talentedly's Lydia Loizides talked about Kevin Ling, a trained dancer turned visual design expert, in a new interview. 
A visual designer for Club Monaco, Kevin Ling says he "does arts-and-crafts for a living."
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Who's excited for March 9? 
On March 9, Apple is widely expected to let us know exactly when its much-anticipated Watch line will ship and how much all the new models will cost. But what other new products might Apple unveil?
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I talked to Juliet Huddy and Ben Simmoneau about #DataDoomsday. How will YOU prepare? 
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If you're reading this, you've probably already pledged lots of money to the new "Pebble Time" Kickstarter. It's already over $3 million!
The Pebble Time hit its $500k goal in 17 minutes, and $1M in just over half an hour. Source: Wired.
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While the Boy Scout Motto is, "Be Prepared" – and I was very serious about Scouting back in the day – I am always amused when I happen by NatGeo's "Doomsday Preppers." But I can say with certainty that they are missing the biggest, most obvious threat: Data Doomsday! 
While the Boy Scout Motto is, "Be Prepared" – and I was very serious about Scouting back in the day – I am always amused when I happen by NatGeo's "Doomsday Preppers." But I can say with certainty that they are missing the biggest, most obvious threat: Data Doomsday!
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Data rich or data poor, companies with the greatest ability to turn data into action are going to win. #datascience 
Data science allows us to combine hypothesis-based (deductive) reasoning and pattern-based (inductive) reasoning to extract actionable information from diverse data sources. 
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Could a smartphone really be the only computer you'll ever need? Maybe! Joey Lewandowski looks into the near future. 
Don't throw your laptop away yet, but your smartphone may some day soon be the only computer you need.
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