Lars-gunnar Andersson and Peter Trudgill pose three questions in the Introduction of Bad Language. (p.6)
- Are people’s vocabularies smaller today than before?
- Is English changing faster today than it did before? 302 more words
Well, for the first time in what feels like too long, we’re coming back to Christianity. When I started The Origins of Totalitarianism, I had a suspicion that Christianity could be described as sharing particular structural similarities with a totalitarian state – that is, with Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia. 1,036 more words
With customers using multiple touch-points, it is very important to engage them at every touch-point with relevance and context. In order to do that to every single customer, you have to resort to machine driven intelligent automation, which can learn and compute from past and present behavior in order to create true context and relevance in every customer’s experience. 222 more words
What Do You Mean By “Big Data”?
Big data can be applied to real-time fraud detection, complex competitive analysis, call center optimization, consumer sentiment analysis, intelligent traffic management, and to manage smart power grids, to name only a 608 more words
Spoiler Alert – It’s not really a matter of which is best. Think more along the lines of, “how they can work together to give me a clear and accurate picture of what’s going on?” 485 more words
In much of discussion today on various social issues, people tend to take their moral assumptions for granted. So I like to examine what the underlying assumptions are first of all and secondly, if a particular person’s worldview can support those assumptions. 2,830 more words