The story of CitizenNet is a long one. We started nearly eight years ago, before social advertising even existed, with a singular focus on building technology to understand natural language and extract meaning from social data. CitizenNet then became one of the first companies to build a platform on the Facebook Advertising API, and one with a novel approach: predicting advertising outcome.
Seven-time Emmy Award winning actor Ed Asner is filming a TV pilot in my Maryland.
That would be me. Link
This Swedish fellow makes a very interesting point about Asperger’s and language.
I have been preparing my standup routine, and going over the two routines I did.
This picture from Shorpy of a 1950s lounge in an IBM plant is bizarre: it looks almost identical to my 1970s elementary school style, down to the chairs, the orange couches, the magazine racks, and the acoustic tile.
This Wrigley’s gum sign in Times Square (alas, it wasn’t there for long) is my mom’s favorite spectacular.
To paraphrase the Beatles, it was thirty years ago tonight that my good friend Liz Rouse, her brother David, and his girlfriend (now wife) Nicky went out to a relatively remote and unlit part of Maryland to watch one of the most spectacular solar eclipses of the time. I found some great photos online courtesy of Fred Espenak.
Very sorry to read this morning that Andy Griffith died. With Don Knotts, Frances Bavier (Aunt Bee), Aneta Corsaut (Helen Crump, Andy’s long-time girlfriend and eventual wife) all dead, that makes Betty Lyn (Thelma Lou, Barney’s steady) the only remaining regular cast member of that generation. Ron Howard, of course, is still with us. Griffith first came […]
From the Gaithersburg Gazette: I live in “Airy Estates,” one of Mount Airy’s long-established and beautiful neighborhoods. On or about June 25, the entrance signs to our neighborhood were damaged by vandals. Since the culprits took the time to selectively remove only specific letters from the two entrance signs, it would appear that the vandals […]