Here is a list of links to posts in The Measurement Standard for the month of March, 2012. (Spring is in the air: thanks for the crocus image to Benjamin Gimmel.)
The Paine of Measurement:
Today's Data Deluge Makes Measurement Anything But Easy
From Forbes magazine:
LinkedIn's Daniel Tunkelang On "What Is a Data Scientist?"
The best of the 15th Annual International Public Relations Research Conference:
Katie Paine's 13 Favorite Papers From IPRRC 2012
From the Institute for Public Relations' Research Conversations blog:
Jackie Matthews: The Case for Standards in PR Measurement
Mother Jones meets Amazon
Warehouse Wage Slaves vs. the Robots
More coverage of Kony 2012:
"Kony 2012" Update: Brilliant Strategy, Flawed Concept
A short video by David Pogue on how to pitch a story:
"I'm a person, you're a person. Say what you've got." --David Pogue
Encyclopedia Britannica Stops Printing Books
A report on consumer use and perception of social media from Toluna:
Why Do Brands Chase Likes On Facebook, When 80% Of Recommendations Come From Real Life?
Daphne Gray-Grant's Rapid Writing:
The Tomato Soup Lesson: Why you mustn't pander to your writing delusions
More about the guy who is suing for half ownership of Facebook:
Ceglia Still All Up in Zuckerberg's Face
Last Month's Contents Page: Click here to view The Measurement Standard Contents Page for February, 2012.