If you are a student of the empirical science of value – Satyajit Das clearly and coherently breaks down risk, money, and the financialization of global capitalism. More from Satyajit Das discussing his previous
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Sir James Goldsmith the basis for Oliver Stone’s Sir Laurence Wildman character in Wallstreet breaks down value, wages, economy, trade imbalance, and globalization. Almost 20 years ago and before his death in 1997 Goldsmith explains where America’s (and the worlds) political economy was taking us.
Data Mining: How Companies Now Know Everything About You Read more at Time Magazine…
Who knew how much time and effort went into those scammer emails full story from Motherboard here….
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I started reading Shoptimism by Lee Eisenberg a few days ago. I have only gotten through 50 pages – but so far it’s an interesting read on consumer marketing. An early section on the work of Vance Packard and his exploration (in the 1950’s) of consumer motivational research by social scientist working for advertising agencies… Read more »
Because of my job (which really has little to do with building e-commerce sites) friends and family in the offline retail space commonly asked me “how do I build an online shopping site”. Actually, I have built a few of these sites over the past 10 years (www.velopro.com, www.vintagecotton.com) so I guess I have some… Read more »
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