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March 29, 2009

where is the “deep dive example” of attribution analytics?

Filed under: misc, Random Thoughts — Tags: , — Huayin Wang @ 2:23 pm

First of all, this is Sunday morning. I am not going  to write anything that requires siginificant works from my thinking mind — but …

I have been wondering, for the last couple of days, why the “deep dive example” piece that I promised hasn’t come out yet. The reason is just getting too complicated: lack of motivation, busy at work, shifting focus on other things … and last but not least: twitter!

To be sure, I do not mean to join the fashion of crediting / blaming twitter for everything, including the latest recession. I just want to point out a plain and simple fact, that I have been looking, reading random things from twitter or related to twitter so much that it EATS up most of my FREE time; and worse yet, I notice some subtle changes in me, a little ADD like symptom; it erodes my concentration, cuts my usual chain of thoughts into short pieces and stires up my urge to surface, to verbalize anything and everything. 

It is a little sad to see how twitter is winning over the world of advertising, PR, News and celebrites; but it is truly scary to hear story about twitter’s invasion to education

I need to ban myself from twitter for a little while and see if the damage is irreversable.

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3 Comments »

  1. Hi Hauyin.

    So, what do you think? Is the damage irreversible?

    Satindra.

    Comment by Satindra Chakravorty — April 13, 2009 @ 5:47 pm

  2. The short answer is, yes, but not all “damages”. After all, nothing in life is reversible 🙂

    The long answer, well that going to be a LONG LONG story and it certainly does not fit in the comment.

    Thanks for asking.

    Comment by Huayin Wang — April 14, 2009 @ 7:41 pm

  3. Happy birthday, Daddy! I miss you : )

    Comment by Irena — April 23, 2009 @ 7:24 pm


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