Archive for December, 2017


Wednesday, December 27th, 2017

I’ve ended my public Visual Business Intelligence Workshops and quarterly Visual Business Intelligence Newsletter, in part, to make time for other ventures. You have perhaps noticed that here, in my Perceptual Edge blog articles, I sometimes veer from data visualization to reflect my broader interests. In this blog, I’ve usually tried to my keep topics […]

There’s Nothing Mere About Semantics

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

Disagreements and confusion are often characterized as mere matters of semantics. There is nothing “mere” about semantics, however. Differences that are based in semantics can be insidious, for we can differ semantically without even realizing it. It is our shared understanding of word meanings that enables us to communicate. Unfortunately, our failure to define our […]

New Book: Big Data, Big Dupe

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

I’ve written a new book, titled Big Data, Big Dupe, which will be published on February 1, 2018. As the title suggests, it is an exposé on Big Data—one that is long overdue. To give you an idea of the content, here’s the text that will appear on the book’s back cover: Big Data, Big […]