Feb 14, 2012
Interesting analysis of a history of storytelling, content, Steve Jobs, and MLK:
Feb 12, 2012
Speaking Up Is Hard to Do: Researchers Explain Why
Robert Murphy, an online marketing representative in San Francisco, was invited to a business meeting with his boss and six colleagues a few weeks ago. He had attended previous meetings on the subject, and he prepared with additional research. He brought a thick sheaf of notes and contracts with him to the conference room.
Dec 04, 2011
Interesting article explaining how an algorithmic analysis of a persons speech, specifically their loudness, changes in pitch, pauses between words, ums and ahs, nervous laughs and dozens of other tiny signs, can identify a lie. Wide-reaching implications for video and audio analysis of professionals, executives, job applicants, criminals, and more.Linda A. Cicero/Stanford News Service
Dan Jurafsky of Stanford is among those who have been teaching computers how to spot the patterns of emotional speech — the kind that reflect deception, anger, friendliness and even flirtation.
May 23, 2011
Adapting to the Reality of Everyday Video ChattingJ. Emilio Flores for The New York Times
Kelly Bush, center left, owner of ID Public Relations in Los Angeles, leading a video conference meeting with office staff in New York.
By ALINA TUGEND
Published: May 20, 2011
WHEN I was young, people marveled at the idea of making a phone call and actually seeing the person you were talking to.
Feb 24, 2011
More than $2.2 trillion in assets could be in play among wealthy investors under 50, according to Cisco's Internet Business Solutions Group, the company's global consultancy. Its advice for financial services firms that want some: a renewed focus on video technology and social media.