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Tag Archives: Media
The Third Definition of “Violence”: Changing the Definition of Words
Violence: “Improper treatment or use of a word; wresting or perversion of meaning or application; unauthorized alteration of wording.” Continue reading
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Untangling: What’s Happening in Chicago? How Much Is Violence an Issue?
A friend and I can’t tell the real impact of violence in Chicago – how can we describe what’s going on? Continue reading
Posted in Goldratt's The Goal, Policy Tagged Chicago, Fractal, Fracture, Media, News, reporting, Statistics, Violence Comments Off on Untangling: What’s Happening in Chicago? How Much Is Violence an Issue?
5 Ways NBC Could Have Saved Olympic Coverage
Criticism of NBC’s coverage of the Rio Summer Olympics began early. Tear inducing back stories showing an Olympians inspiration and path to the games is a well known trope. The real tragedy that emerges from NBC’s blaming an entire generation … Continue reading
Google’s “Create a Filter” – Pure Torture If You Make Real Filters
Specialized software programs are unusual in the filtration industry – Excel and Minitab are used for data analysis, there are lots of .pdfs circulated with marketing materials and those are often originally crafted in PowerPoint, Word or other commonly used … Continue reading
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X is a Historical Accident
This article from paidContent explores the question, “What if the ‘mass media’ era was just an accident of history?” Matthew Ingram, the author, talks about how there is “pervasive nostalgia” within the media business for the good old days. The … Continue reading
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