What I am reading: How they started digital

I received a copy of the book 'How They Started Digital', edited by David Lester. The blurb at the back promises that the book  tells 'the fascinating stories of how 25 famous and highly successful digital businesses were set up'. I am looking forward to start reading it - hopefully by Tuesday, after I submit … Continue reading What I am reading: How they started digital

Research project: customer data in the digital age

** UPDATE: this project is now completed ** I have wonderful news to share with you. A team that I have been working with has just secured funding for a research project looking at ‘Collecting and using customer data in the digital age’. The project examines the issues faced by managers when using digital data and sophisticated methodologies … Continue reading Research project: customer data in the digital age

Digital Research 2012, Oxford

This week I am attending Digital Research 2012. It takes place in Oxford which means that I save on travelling time and expenses. Win.   I am particularly interested in this conference because it brings together digital researchers from various disciplines. Looking at mentions of the conference on Twitter, for instance, I can see researchers … Continue reading Digital Research 2012, Oxford

The digital side of death

We received the sad news that a relative had passed away, recently. My thoughts went out to the deceased's only daughter who must deal with all the practical matters resulting from her father’s untimely death, while grieving for him. Thinking through what she would have to deal with, I soon realised that death, too, is … Continue reading The digital side of death