Your name in print…

Today a good friend sent this picture of my company's name in print.  It's from Money.com's "Best Places to Live" feature.  We focus so much on the online version these days, that I forgot the tangible thrill of seeing it in print! As this year's main data mungers for...

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Real Estate’s Happiest Place

A recent study by WalletHub takes a scientific approach to determining "happiness" on a state by state level.  The article is worth a read, and there's plenty of data and methodology behind their approach.  I don't agree with all of it,, but the article did strike a...

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The TRUE cost of living: Budget before Price

This topic has been all the rage - in discussions - since RealEstate.com's announcement around Millennial Search.  What this really means:  technologists are finally positioned to focus on "budget" rather than "price".   The new feature allows you to search by total...

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What’s your AI data strategy?

Continuing to work through some AI for real estate projects and the question about what exactly is enough data and how to get it comes up all the time. Data Readiness Strategies of AI Startups is a recent blog post on from Data Science Central includes this comment:...

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The need for…print??

Real Estate technology is full of surprises! More than 10 years ago, we launched a product that printed branded PDF reports.  Yesterday, I had a brand executive tell me that a great branded, on-demand print product would be a game changer.

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Money.com’s Best in Travel 2017

The Best in Travel feature, now in its second edition, takes a hard look at changing travel costs, travel brand performance, and - of course - overall value.  Personally, I think they made some great picks including Estes Park, Carmel-by-the-Sea and Albuquerque in the...

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Where have I been?

It's been a busy summer! Yesterday, Money.com launched its annual Best Places to Live feature.  This is a project I've worked on for almost 20 years now!   (more in an upcoming post).  Work around the story took up a big chunk of my time!  I provide all of the data...

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The Graph of Possibilities

I attended the SQL NYC Neoj4 meetup "Graph Databases: What You Can Do With Them & What the Future Holds" at Work Market  with speaker Andreas Kollegger, Senior Product Designer, Neo4j.  Fun gathering, some great new connections.  I love the graphDB possibilities....

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