Did women and men react the same way to Obama’s State of the Union Address? In many ways, No. The Temnos Lab looked at over a half-million data points to find that out. Continue reading How men and women reacted differently to Obama’s SOTUA
About 6 months ago I did something crazy — I subscribed to the newspaper. (I mean, on paper! ) Here’s why I’m not crazy.
I’m practically a poster-child for Amazon Kindle. A bookworm from birth, my library of print books was overflowing until I bought one of the very first Kindles, and never looked back. I consume mountains of blogs, online news, etc., but rarely read hard print anymore. In all this, I’ve lost several good habits that were bringing me beneficial results before I slowly, unconsciously gave them up.
Continue reading 7 things we’ve lost by becoming all-digital readers
We are now giving out API keys to selected developers. If you are interested in getting MetaTopics, Topics, Tags, Headlines, Summaries, etc. on your URL’s for a new app or prototype, and you can promise to provide us the relevant feedback on your experience, then let us know briefly what it’s about. We’re game.
Although Temnos will be in stealth mode for a while longer, we’re showing a sneak-peek of one of our technology applications at CM Summit next week in New York City. I will reveal some early results of our case study helping Disqus optimize the headlines in their promoted discovery product (well, more like *create* some of the headlines).
Continue reading Sneak peek of Temnos Headlines at CM Summit