Tag: Klout

My Full Comments on Clout vs. Klout

As a follow-up to Tony Greenberg’s Forbes piece, Clout v. Klout: Why They Aren’t the Same Thing, And Never Will Be, Tony published my full interview remarks as a follow-up. You can find them here: http://www.tonygreenberg.com/2012/04/18/clout-v-klout-why-they-arent-the-same-thing-and-never-will-be/#comments

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Clout v. Klout: Why They Aren’t the Same Thing, And Never Will Be quote in Forbes

I have a quote in Tony Greenberg’s Forbes blog posted today. See Clout v. Klout: Why They Aren’t the Same Thing, And Never Will Be at Forbes for the entire post by Greenberg.

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The Problem with Klout’s Recalculations

I have no issue with a company creating a better mousetrap, or a better way of rating mousetraps. In the case of Klout, and their recalculations of social influence scores, the problem is implementation, not refinement. And that brings me to some other issues with Klout. What I didn’t like about Klout’s recalculation is that.

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A Specification for My Liquid Newsroom

Updated February, 25 2016 from a March, 2011 post. I was asked recently by Steffen Konrath at News 3.0 via Twitter, what I was looking for in a news consumer user experience. Liquid Newsroom context I am an avid tearer and categorizer of paper-based media (true in 2011, but I have mostly migrated to digital content.

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