This week we have articles from Viet Nguyen, and Eric Benjamin Seufert. News comes from Marklogic and Smartlogic, Jina AI, Meltwater and DeepReason.AI, and Strapi.
Opinion / Analysis
Blockchain explained in 50 lines of code
The perilous mythology of brand marketing for digital products
…the misconception that Brand marketing sits in opposition to Performance marketing creates misalignment and confusion that can result in a Brand function that exists in parallel to a Performance marketing team. Optimally, the Brand function should sit within the Performance Marketing team and be guided by a unified measurement model.
Eric Benjamin Seufert provides a helpful framework for pulling together competing marketing strategies and tactics.
- Truth to power and the naive… 4 changes the AI industry needs right now via Alberto Romero
- Ben Thompson… Twitter has a new CEO; what about a new business model? via Stratechery
- From directional to logical properties in CSS… Faulty logic via Adactio
- Interesting book review: A Biography of a Pixel via Technology Review
Content technology news
MarkLogic acquires metadata management provider Smartlogic
Smartlogic has deciphered, filtered, and connected data for global organizations to help solve their complex data problems.
Strapi CMS v4 released
The open-source “headless” content management system CMS update enhances overall performance, introduces new query engine and plug-in APIs.
Meltwater acquires DeepReason.ai
To help build one of the largest knowledge graphs of public information. The technology represents 75 years of aggregate research in Graph Reasoning.
Jina AI raises $30 million to scale open-source neural search ecosystem
Jina AI’s core project, built in the open on GitHub, users can quickly create a cloud-native neural search solution with deep learning.
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