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I’d gotten access to Geckoboard halfway through January, I was happy to play with it for Snypher and see what the results were. Naturally I am getting all this data somewhere else, and to get this in a sleek interface makes a difference. I did immediately have the feeling that it would be even better with an LCARS Star Trek like interface.
For the future I would be happy to see a statistics module for social media, perhaps with a DataSift hookup.
I like to give suggestions to companies – add value – and did this for Recorded Future‘s informational mails – called futures – created by what they call the Temporal Analytics Engine. I was able to make a quick prototype thanks to the image editor in Google Docs, and make a quick list of bullet items using Google NoteBook, which I fear Google with end-of-life sometime in 2011.
RF was naturally grateful that I, even as a free customer, was willing to spend my valuable time to give them suggestions. Naturally I don’t expect them to follow my vision, whether they use my ideas or not I added value for myself.
Speaking of adding value, I have my Alpha code for DataSift so I will be coming with my evaluation of their product next week.