How to Search Tweets Using Twitter Advanced Search

Let’s say you want to find a specific @elonmusk tweet about machine learning, but can’t find the tweet when you scroll back in your feed.
Or you’re hosting a “2018 web design” webinar and want to compile a list of experts using Twitter.
Or maybe you just want to see Twitter conversations between @garyvee and @bcuban from 2016.

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From Ideal to Real: Bridging the Gap to Better Eating in America

Americans want to eat healthfully. And it’s this intention to eat better that should serve as a guide for food and beverage companies into 2020 and beyond. We’re all human, and that means we don’t always do as we say. But there are reasons for that. Some are logical, others are emotional…but the gap is real. And the smartest companies are dialed into the nature of human behavior.

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Augmented Retail: The New Consumer Reality

Consumers today are increasingly craving immersive, real-life experiences. But they want these experiences without foregoing time or effort. The solution? Augmented and virtual reality (A/VR) technology, coming to a “store” near you.
Many of us feel our lives getting busier. And according to a recent Nielsen global survey, nearly two-thirds (64%) of respondents confirm it.

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What is Double Opt-In in Email Marketing?

Are you thinking about the quality of your email list? Or do you want to make sure your subscribers are intending to read the email marketing you send out?
You may have found your answer in double opt-in, which is a process that ensures the best experience for your subscribers. Rather than single opt-in, double opt-in offers an extra step in the verification process.

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‘Artificial Impact’: Only 12% of CRM Users Actually Use an AI-Based Tool

Research Finds That Three out of Four CRM Users Want More out of AI and Are Willing to Switch to Get It
Freshworks Inc., the customer engagement software company, announced research that reveals broad dissatisfaction with the latest artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) available in today’s CRM solutions.

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The hardest logarithm to compute

Suppose you want to compute the natural logarithms of every floating point number, correctly truncated to a floating point result. Here by floating point number we mean an IEEE standard 64-bit float, what C calls a double. Which logarithm is hardest to compute?
We’ll get to the hardest logarithm shortly, but we’ll first start with a warm up problem.

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Redash Dashboard Tutorial with Cube.js

We recently covered how to build an analytics dashboard using react, vue, or angular. But if you don’t want to code and host your own dashboard, you have some open-source alternatives. Today I’ll show you how to build an analytics dashboard using Cube.js Backend and Redash. You can find the resulting dashboard live here. Why Cube.js?You can always connect Redash directly to your database.

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Disappointed by the omission of MoviePass, but…

When we try to make sense of the unicorn delusion years from now, we’ll want to revisit this passage by Derek Thompson. [emphasis added]Several weeks ago, I met up with a friend in New York who suggested we grab a bite at a Scottish bar in the West Village. He had booked the table through something called Seated, a restaurant app that pays users who make reservations on the platform.

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Data’s day of reckoning

We can build a future we want to live in, or we can build a nightmare. The choice is up to us.Our lives are bathed in data: from recommendations about whom to “follow” or “friend” to data-driven autonomous vehicles. But in the past few years, it has become clear that the products and technologies we have created have been weaponized and used against us.

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