Home from San Diego and Cisco Live! for a few days, just enough time to spend Father's Day with friends and family. Now I'm back on the road, heading to Lingen, Germany, for Data Grillen. That's right, an event dedicated to data, bratwurst, and beer. I may never come home.
As always, here are some links from the Intertubz that I hope will hold your interest. Enjoy!
I *might* be willing to take one, but I’d like to know more about how they plan to control air traffic flow over city streets.
Looks like everyone is going after airline passengers. If airlines don’t up their level of customer service, autonomous cars and flying taxis could put a dent in airline revenue.
First, Google bought Looker, then Salesforce buys Tableau. That leaves AWS looking for a partner as everyone tries to keep pace with Microsoft and PowerBI.
After decades of users stealing content from websites found with a Google search, Google decides to start stealing content for themselves.
Something tells me this is likely not the only app that is spying on users. And while La Liga was doing so to catch pirated broadcasts, this is a situation where two wrongs don’t make a right.
How much do you tip a robot?
I love this approach, and I want you to consider using it as well, no matter which side of the interview you are sitting.
Sorry to all the other dads out there, but it's game over, and I've won: