Saturday, March 28, 2015

Aweekstweets March 21-28 2015: the week I did an unexpected NYC trip

Have registered for, downloaded & started using the new Periscope service for streaming smartphone2world video. Scope me on Periscope.

Not sure if that "I used to hate pooping in public" YouTube commercial is elaborate put-on or most nauseating advertisement in human history

RIP Richard III. Perhaps, if you’d resembled Marty Feldman in “Young Frankenstein,” Shakespeare might have made you a comedy protagonist.

RIP Michael Brown. Songwriter-keyboardist of The Left Banke. Composed both of their gorgeous hits: “Walk Away Renee” & “Pretty Ballerina.”

OK, enough of the "10 articles you absolutely must read." Go the next step: "1000 articles you must urge everybody in your country to read"

Whew. Weak. End. Whew!

New #IBM JK #InformationWeek column: "Apache Spark: 3 Promising Use-Cases" ( )

I'm growing nuttier as I get older. For example, I challenge myself to do & write up insanely difficult analyses while in noisy airports

Improbably, I continued my usual thought-leadership output through the reorg-roiled and travel-interrupted past few weeks. Hanging on fine

Information economics? #BigData role in helping developing economies truly develop all their assets ( ) Fri #IBM qh

New #IBM jk blog: "Delving deeply into the narrative hierarchies of computer vision analytics" ( )

New #IBM jk LinkedIn Pulse blog: "Placemaking, Urban Design, & The Analytics Of Public Space Utilization" ( )

#BigData single version of the truth? The absurdity of declaring #datawarehouse “dead” ( ) Thursday #IBM quick-hit

Drafted next #IBM jk #InformationWeek column: "Spark: Fog, Cloud, Or Stream?"

"Beyond Hadoop: The streaming future of big data" ( ) JK--But batch, like ETL, isn't fading into the twilight.

Just saw legitimate PR pitch to discuss potential o big data in cannabis industry. Rollups & ingestion have whole different meaning for them

RT @kexpplaylist #kexp Take Me for a Little While by Cher from Backstage JK--1968. Nice early soul solo while she was still hitched to Sonny

Been a full day of workshopping in Hell's Kitchen. Hope to round it out with a healthy round o winesipping tonight up in Midtown. Manhattan!

Can Hadoop really change the world? 

#AnalyticsForAll livestream April 1st  Watson Analytics, Twitter & IBM Verse #NewWayToWork 

RT @kexpplaylist #kexp Black Cherry Pie by JEFF th Brothrhood frm Wasted On Th Dream JK--2015. Ian Anderson on flute. Yes, Tullman incarnate

RT @kexpplaylist #kexp Origins by Tennis from Young and Old JK--2012. This one makes me feel deliriously happy.

RT @kexpplaylist #kexp Once in a Lifetime by Talking Heads from Remain in Light JK--1980. "There is water at the bottom of the ocean." True!

Quantified self? The analytics of quantified candor p1:  p2:  Wednesday #IBM quick-hit

OK, I'm up. OK, hotel-lobby coffee urns, you better be down there & steaming your little guts out. I'm a comin' down. Good morning New York!

Cognitv cmptg? AI + BI = decision support + decision automation p1:  p2:  Tuesday #IBM quick-hit

RT @kexpplaylist #kexp Hold On by Tom Waits from Mule Variations JK--1999. Great song that could just as easily be a soulful Springsteen.

Why a unified Hub makes perfect sense as a dynamic platform for hosting #datatechnology content  by James Kobielus

Beginning spring 2015, #IBMDatamagazine becomes the centerpiece of thought leadership at the hub  by James Kobielus

#IBMDatamagazine’s #nextstep in its evolution: Consolidation into the IBM #BigData & Analytics Hub  by James Kobielus

Turning a Page  by James Kobielus

"The #BigData Warehousing Seminar 2015" ( ) JK--May 21, NYC. Register: 

"Integrated Tools That Empower Database Mgmt" ( ) JK--Bui & Miskimen on administer monitor optimize ent-scale databases

"Cognitive Innovation Shines a Light on Dark Medical Literature" ( ) JK--Rich Hughes on #IBM #Watson in biomedical rsch

"Turning a Page" ( ) JK--IBM Data mag merges w/ #IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub. I curate all Tech Mktg content on Hub

Four interesting things about IBM, Hadoop and open source 

Continuous campaigning. My job now involves facilitating that. Must heed my own advice from year before last ( ).

World Water Day: Will Big Data Save Our Water Systems? 

RT @kexpplaylist #kexp The Ground Walks, With Time In A Box by Modest Mouse frm Strangers to Ourselves JK--2015. Good one from their new one

A yes, another day of postal mail, another "special invitation" to apply for another f***ing credit card. I feel divinely anointed as chosen

"Not all machine learning is created equal" ( ) JK--Discusses shifting senses in which term's been used over time

"5 reasons why Spark Streaming... is not stream processing" ( ) JK--See also my recent post ( )

Touring Test. Detects whether machine intelligence can spot tourist traps as rapidly as the most jaded human vacationer.

Even if no time 2 read something that's sorta interesting, I run my eyes over it. Words are textures. Like glancing at fabric. Patterns tell

"The Global Flow of People" ( ) JK--Cool data-driven visualization of migration flows btwn/within regions 1990 to 2010

"New NASA software crowdsources asteroid detection" ( ) JK--Should crowdsource to 24x7 worldwide IoT deep-lrn sensornet

Pollen season definitely underway. My sinuses feel like there's a Sahara sandstorm raging within.

RT @kexpplaylist #kexp Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) by Nancy Sinatra JK--1966. Late 60s: only time another Sinatra eclipsed Ol Blue Eyes

IBM Big Data for Social Good Challenge - Submission Showcase 

RT @kexpplaylist #kexp The Windmills Of Your Mind by Dusty Springfield from Dusty In Memphis JK--1969. Romantic, wistful, & brassy. Beauty!

RT @kexpplaylist #kexp I'm Only Sleeping by The Beatles from Revolver JK--1966. Considering how busy they were, John deserved "lazy" time.

Drafted my latest #IBM jk blog: "Delving Deeply Into the Narrative Hierarchies of Computer Vision Analytics"

RT @kexpplaylist #kexp Warrior by Laura Marling from Short Movie JK--2015. Nice one. Sounds like a moody Joni Mitchell.

Not sure if I should list self on Facebook as "public figure." A bit pretentious. Think I'll go with "historically significant personage."