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Some slideshare.net presentations I really liked.

A tutorial on SEO and SEM-

Carole Ann Matignon deals with optimization and scheduling, rules in the…….NFL!

 

 

Carole, We are waiting for the sequel on  analytics on football and the beer game.

Social Media Screw-Ups

Social Media doesnt matter at all- Social Media matters a lot- Still undecided? Take a look

Slideshare is a great VISUAL interface on sharing content. I liked Google Docs embedding as well, but Matt Mullenberg and Matt Cutts seemed to have stopped talking. Mullenberg is going like Zuckenberg, not willing to align with Sergey Mikhaylovich Brin. or maybe they are afraid of Big Brother Brin. Google loves Java and Javascript (even when they are getting sued for it)- while Matt M  hates it- bad for RIA I guess.

Scribd also is a great way to share content- and probably is small enough for. WordPress.com to allow embedding

Thats the reason why I sometimes prefer Scribd for sharing my poetry to Slideshare and Google Docs. Also I like the enhanced analytics and the much easier and evolved interface for reading. Slideshare is much more successful than Scribd because it is open to sharing with everyone- scribd tries to get you to register …;)

(* Also see MIT’s beer game at http://beergame.mit.edu/ which is ahem different from Duke’s beer games).

 

 

A new free way for Company Analysis

Interactive Data:
Putting Technology to Work for American Investors

What is Interactive Data? (From SEC site)

Put simply, interactive data means using technology to provide investors with quicker access to the information they want, in a format they can most easily use. Today, publishers of financial information offer a wealth of data about stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Unfortunately, investors seeking financial information direct from the source must often attempt to read lengthy corporate annual reports or mutual fund prospectuses. Even if these documents are online, they are often digital blobs with limited search capability.xbrlinfy.PNG

From Zdnet story

The Financial Explorer site uses interactive charts and diagrams, including
“atomic models,” to represent data such as current assets, long-term
investments, and goodwill.

The SEC’s new Financial Explorer site is a tool that enables users to
manipulate raw data derived from XBRL, or extensible business reporting
language.

Users can also compare earnings, expenses, cash flows, assets, and
liabilities for companies in the same industry.

“XBRL is fast becoming the universal language for the exchange of business
information and it is the future of financial reporting,” said SEC Chairman
Christopher Cox
in a statement. “With Financial Explorer or another XBRL
viewer, investors will be able to quickly make sense of financial
statements.”

And after all that knowledge , here is a cool site to analyze companies.

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