The Reuters story claiming that a majority of Americans support Trump’s executive order on immigration is flawed but the headline hides its weakness.
Curious about photo sharing website traffic? These images provide data on unique visitors, courtesy of GraphBuzz, and active users from AppStats. More about the December dust up.
The data points sound horrifying: 46 percent of American children enter kindergarten lacking the basic language skills they need to learn to read 61 percent of low-income children have no children’s books in their homes The verbs convey urgency (currency is an intentional affect, as the factoids are used for fundraising, establishing organizational mandates) and imply that […]
The headlines from two days ago trumpeted Wal-Mart’s success in buying Vudu but the real story is that Apple holds two-thirds of the online movie market, based on revenue. The dollar amounts are, umm, less than stellar, however. According to IHS Screen Digest Media Research (press release), Apple’s iTunes store had captured 65.8 percent of […]
Updated 23 April : The Answer Is “No” There was a flurry of press during the past week with headlines like this one: “E-book sales make history in the US, top paperback books in sales.” But is that really what the Association of American Publishers (AAP) data (or the press release) said?
What changed in how people read their Tweetstream while UberTwitter and Twidroyd were shut off from the Twitter API? Twitter for Blackberry got a big (more than 50%) boost, which suggests that at least some UberTwitter customers opted for a new client. TweetDeck lost share, which doesn’t make sense (it wasn’t blocked) but moved up […]