Month: August 2009
I read and excellent article in the NYT technology section today and came across a term that hits home: sentiment mining. A long time ago we posted about “We feel fine” and since then, it seems that sentiment mining has gone from an interesting art project to a money-making technology. In the article, the founders […]
It’s always nice to get noticed in your local community; we were really happy to see Hour Magazine’s writeup on Claude in their Hot Shots feature this week.
While reading Claude Malaison’s blog, I came across Gartner‘s latest Hype Cycle graph. While Claude’s analysis mainly concentrated on the peak position of cloud computing and the eminent decline of the microblogging (sorry for those of you who can’t read in French) hype, my eye was drawn to the more mature technologies. I was encouraged […]