Twitter’s unique design allows it to easily capture real-time, location-specific insights and sentiments about anything from current events to emerging trends to economic data. By analyzing public tweets for specific keywords, forecasting tools with a high level of accuracy can be (and have been) developed. This article discusses some real world examples of how tweets have been used to make predictions.
Take a job, or start your own business? If this question is drifting around in your brain, it’s time to seriously consider becoming an entrepreneur. This article looks at nine great reasons you should step out of the daily grind and start doing your own thing.
Four of the most cutting-edge technologies today include 3D printers, self-driving cars, virtual reality systems, and artificial intelligence. These technologies are currently being implemented into our everyday lives in a number of ways. As such, they have the potential to profoundly change the world over the next decade. This article discusses the current state of these technologies as well as how they will change the way we live our everyday lives in the future.
This is an article about how to manage your time effectively in terms of writing a blog. It provides useful tips about how you can get focused and complete even more blog posts in the least amount of time. It also provides information about software and websites that can aid in this process. If you’re a blogger or just interested in personal development and productivity, I’m sure you will find these time hacks very useful.
Mobile persuasion is an exciting field of development that combines phone technology with persuasive psychology. This article defines mobile persuasion, and provides recent examples of its use in the United States and elsewhere. The text looks at medical, social, and environmental applications of mobile persuasion. Six resources are listed.