The percentage of genre of movie development is interesting. Who is watching these channels, and then how does it translate to potential ad dollars or return. The content development is certainly fascinating as we now wait for releases from both of these media giants and somewhat shrug as the new three/four networks come out this week.
I found this handy article that explains Machine Learning in an easy to understand way. There is obviously more to all of this but its a great start.
There is much to do about this and the future is very good in this area.
Today most ‘smart devices’ have some form of Machine Learning in them, a subset of AI.
When developing for today’s ‘web’ world any website needs to be great looking for the mobile world. Seeing it on your ‘phone’ is what you want. Yes, its the mobile device, but we still talk a lot on that device. Just recall your last virit to your local coffeeshop and the gal/guy next door thinking he’s the only one in the place. Nice read, but also a reminder of where you need to be in the space of today’s ‘where do I find you’.
You really need to read this one a few times. While some shifts have occurred, it is also all about how often they use the App during the day. Clearly video is the dominant use, and will continue to be with all smart phones now recording some great content. The posting of that content is also now very simple. So if you are selling, and the ‘teen’ market is your audience, get with it!!
Lately over the past few days it has been suggested that you reset your routers at home. I see no reason to not do that, and in fact suggest you do. Its painless and will perhaps prevent trouble in the future. Its one of those things that we probably should do more often. Its kind of like shutting down the computer once in awhile or at least giving it a re-start. Clearing the cache too is another, although try to keep the part of saving the passwords which we all hate to retype..or rather remember.
Who owns cellphones compared to smartphones is the subject of this article. The article goes further into the demographics of age, income, education and more. Pew Research is behind the study so you know there is no hanky-panky. It is also interesting to look at the section of the ‘mobile only’ and the ‘mobile dependent’ numbers. Today there is starting to be ‘mobile’ only society. Let’s face it carrying around your data and access device is what we want and need. Finally, it is surprising how broadband at home is also not necessarily on the rise.