How to fix it when sites show you the wrong ads and recommendations

“You might also like…”This mantra is spread all over the internet, because services are always recommending things to you: songs, books, articles, movies, boots … even bed frames. Ads and suggestions seem to follow you everywhere. On social media, algorithms control even the news and updates you see on your screen.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/07/02/how-to-fix-it-when-sites-show-wrong-ads-and-recommendations.html

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Dell XPS 13 review: Better than the MacBook Air

“I’ll give you my Mac when you pry it from my cold, dead hands” — might be the mantra of most Mac users. I can say that the new Dell XPS 13 is good enough to pry a MacBook from my — albeit animate — hands. I’ve been using the redesigned 2015 XPS 13 for the last several months and it was surprisingly easy to relegate my MacBook to backup status.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/07/02/dell-xps-13-review-better-than-macbook-air/

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It's the <em>Customer</em> Experience


Bill Clinton won the presidency with the mantra, “It’s the economy, stupid,” and I think CRM could borrow heavily from that pithy bit of logic. If you can check your preconceptions at the door and actually perceive the information in front of you, there’s no telling what you can figure out. Such is the case with “customer experience.” Much like Charles Dudley Warner’s famous remark, “Everyone complains about the weather but no one does anything about it,” CX, as it is being rebranded, is something we either can’t or won’t do anything about.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/82011.html?rss=1

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ExtremeTalk: What would you pay for a return to old-school CPU scaling?

Sebastian Anthony, gazing wistfully into a 22nm Intel Bay Trail wafer
For decades, the semiconductor industry has operated under the mantra of ‘Better, faster, cheaper.’ With Moore’s law scaling no longer functioning below 28nm, what would you be willing to pay for chips and products that satisfied ‘Better’ and ‘faster’ — but were more expensive than current hardware?

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/180365-extremetalk-what-would-you-pay-for-a-return-to-old-school-cpu-scaling

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