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Small Data Forum Podcast

Thomas Stoeckle (strategic business development, LexisNexis BIS; co-chair Measurement Commission, Institute for PR)

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How do you make Big Data less intimidating, more actionable and thus more valuable, in particular for marketing and communications professionals? That is the question at the heart of the Small Data Forum, an initiative by LexisNexis Business Insight Solutions to listen, learn, share and educate ourselves and others who grapple with the challenges of the information avalanche. Industry thought-leaders Neville Hobson, Sam Knowles and host Thomas Stoeckle discuss current industry themes and new ...
 
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In another case of the speed of news catching out the SmallDataForum’s best-laid arguments, Neville’s, Sam’s, and my combined Musk-whispering was rendered somewhat outdated by the announcement - just hours after our podcast recording - that enigmatic Elon has put his Twitter purchase on hold because ... oh never mind the stated reasons. Actually, i…
 
I am looking forward to my conversation with Teal Gray, paranormal investigator/experiencer, brilliant author with a brand new book, Haunted Denton, due any day. Teal is also host of Sole to Soul, currently on hiatus as she works to complete open projects. She is brilliant, interesting & great at everything I've known her to put her hand to. You wi…
 
Shoulda been in Spain! Sporting a gardener’s tan from ongoing travails in his garden in Southern Spain, Thomas welcomes Sam and Neville to the first-ever Saturday recording of the Small Data Forum podcast. We recorded on 9 April, two years to the day – as Neville points out – from when we were supposed to be on a weekend-long podcast recording sojo…
 
Taking its cue from professional media commentators, the SmallDataForum kicks off with Thomas quoting Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, who is better known by his nom de class struggle, Lenin: “There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” Unprecedent times, anyone? Sam is reminded of the times of Soviet openness and re…
 
Today was my Mom's funeral so I am running an archive. This show with Bloody Mary of New Orleans was prior to her opening her Bloody Mary's Haunted Museum so I don't believe we even discussed her plans for it. I will say that if you haven't been yet you need to check it out. It is on N. Rampart Street & it is astounding. She has a gresat collection…
 
The Small Data Forum started its side hustle of interviews with industry experts as an experiment almost exactly a year ago, but already we’re onto our sixth. SDF co-host Sam Knowles spoke on Friday 4 March to Nick Manning, one of the most important, informed, and trenchant figures in media and marketing over the past 30 years. Nick founded the med…
 
Tired of partygate, the SmallDataForum takes measure of the mess surrounding Meta, where user numbers declined for the first time ever, followed by a rather dramatic share price dip, and Peter Thiel announcing that he would be leaving the Facebook board “to pursue Trump agenda”. Oh well. However, news of Meta’s impending demise would be awfully pre…
 
The Small Data Forum podcast is both delighted and honoured to bring seasoned campaigner, Gina Miller, to the latest in our occasional – but increasingly frequent – interview series. SDF co-founder and co-host Sam Knowles talked with Gina on 9 February, in the week in which British politics tumbled still further into disrepute. Two days before we s…
 
In the latest in the occasional series of Small Data Forum podcast interviews with industry mavens and thought leaders, SDF co-host Sam Knowles caught up with Christian Polman, UK MD of brand communications and publishing house Looping Group. To this content and creative-driven role, Christian brings a consultant’s mindset (with years at Bain and a…
 
Debra Lynne Katz Ph.D is a popular clairvoyant-medium-psychic-remote viewer-energy healer. She is perhaps more unique in her belief that all people have the innate potential to tap their own intuitive powers. She is unique in that she is a psychic researcher in addition to being a spiritually orientated psychic. She is a prolific author, having wri…
 
Big Dog, the Andrew formerly known as Prince (as per the cracking headline in the Irish Daily Star) and NoVaxx DjoCovid walk into a bar… Sadly, that’s not how we started our latest podcast on the uses and abuses of entitlement – oops, I meant data big and small in politics, business and public life. Neville kicks us off our recording on Friday 14th…
 
Leitreanna Brown is an amazing woman with a lifetime of heaing & shamanism behind her. Plus a few ot her lifetimes as well. She is an author, a podcaster, was seen on The Ghost in My Child with her son's memory of his past life shared. Her family is special, all brilliant & she is a military wife as well. You will enjoy this show from July 8th, 202…
 
This rebroadcast is with Alfonso Colasuonno from August 12th of 2020. Alfonso was a brilliant guest, a very interesting man. He is author of "The Book of the Magical Unicorn" as well as 65 other works of short fiction & poetry published in literary magazines, a researcher & a former college professor. He experienced a life-changing paranormal exper…
 
“It’s been a funny old year,” muses Thomas as we three kings of the Small Data Forum podcast begin our last ramblechat of 2021, with Thomas sounding like a football manager trying to sum up the most bizarre of seasons. His erudite pun quotient – talking of Johnson’s wretched government of 24-hour party people, Pfeffelling along – is a treat for pod…
 
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