Anotado. Alberto's notes.

Wake Up! Data

Posted by Alberto Gómez Aparicio in Big Data, Data, Technology, Transformation, Wake Up

We are starting to be aware of the huge amount of data that we spread while we browse the internet. Some of us are already connecting the dots with what Social Media really mean and the business model of those platforms. But that is just the tip of the iceberg when we compare it with the possibility of merging those data with those from all sensors and connected devices that are working today. The possibilities to obtain accurate recommendations are endless, also the challenge of deciding who owns the information.

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Links February 2018

Posted by Alberto Gómez Aparicio in Data, Health, Links, Publicity

Short but quite intense this month of February. It’s been a month when some expectations have been clarified, and where some people I had developed quite tight bonds have decided to change their professional path and look for new adventures (it won’t be me the one to criticize this). It is surprising how days pass by and how things happen. The new year start to define its shape and it looks like we are going to have fun. Let’s keep on summarizing links in the meantime: Why I won’t whitelist…read more

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Links January 2018

Posted by Alberto Gómez Aparicio in Data, Health, Links, Robotics, Security

New technical problems in this blog to start the year. I had no other option but to forget the previous technical setup and re-build Anotado from scratch. Learning new things every day. Regarding the links, quite interesting subjects to spend some time reading and thinking, and the newness of a new concept I believe I have created myself: branded container (as the opposite of branded content). Quite good start of the year after all: Cryptojacking Has Gotten Out of Control within the melange of sketchy uses, it’s troubling to consider…read more

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Google is still scary

Posted by Alberto Gómez Aparicio in Big Data, Data, Data protection, Location

It was almost five years ago (five years already? and I remembered until of the title of the post!) when I wrote that Google is scary, after reading a post by Enrique Dans on which then was Google’s last launch. Many things have happened since then. Some players who then had their place in the market have collapsed, but the power of Google has been growing unstoppably. And this makes even more scary our relationship with this “partner-big brother”. Because the truth is that Google knows about me more than myself. They know where I work, who…read more

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