Frank Rose has been writing about his twin passions: technology and entertainment for four decades now. With countless articles in The New York Times, Esquire, The New Yorker, Wired and more, books such as West of Eden on Steve Jobs’ expulsion from Apple, The Agency, . . .
Ask Mixpanel support engineers about their life and work and a few things quickly become clear: 1) The support team takes data very seriously; 2) their new recruits are voracious learners; 3) most prefer to work with people who are . . .
Tyla Mayo spent time at the Los Angeles Times and Fox before moving to Univision where she is now a Director Revenue Product Operations for the Fusion Media Group. She’s been immersed in the worlds of digital content, advertising and media products, . . .
A year and a half ago, we tried to answer the age-old question: Why in the heck do people open emails? So, we analyzed a LOT of email subject lines (85,637 over the course of nearly four years, to be . . .
Many of us have come to expect that our favorite retailers, personal finance apps, media outlets, and social media platforms will treat us like individuals, predicting our preferences and anticipating our needs. To deliver these personalized experiences – and avoid . . .
Given a list of destinations, what is the shortest possible route that a traveling salesman can take to reach all of them? Seems simple? This is known to computer scientists as the traveling salesman problem, and it’s NP-hard, which for . . .
Here at The Signal, we believe that the world is better off when people use data to make decisions. So, for the Thanksgiving holiday, we gathered the most memorable interviews with innovators who have used their expertise in product, design, and . . .