About Me

Generalist.  Information junkie.  Numbers obsessed.  Passionate Musician. Golf fanatic.

The following saying changed my outlook on people, and life – not too long ago.

People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel – Maya Angelou

I am fascinated by the interplay of technology, business, geo-politics, nature, and human behavior. If you want, you can check out my linkedin profile here http://ca.linkedin.com/in/linkup2

I started blogging less than a month ago, and I know I will do it for the rest of my life. I am an amateur. I hope I can keep it  authentic, and meet, and learn from great people along the way. I also have something to say,  on almost about anything, and would like to share them with you.  Hope you will share yours too, and help expand my horizons.

Feedback and suggestions would be the perfect gift.

Keep sharing!

Cheers,

Prince                                                                                                                                                 @correlationist

January 22, 2010

5 responses to “About Me

  1. Interesting blog. I just want to point out that the quote is by Maya Angelou, not Mary. Just a typo probably. Cheers!

  2. Hi there-
    A reply to my post re: predictive mkts from fellow rscher:
    “I don’t have any experience. However, we just had a prediction market set up to use internally in our company for a month or so to check it out to see how we might use it and/or offer it to the industry. It seems interesting, thought mostly quant. I’m not sure how much qual can come of it. We plan to get an internal test site up and running this month and have an answer by end of March.”

  3. I found you through a retweet you made of my post on personal branding, so I thought I’d check out your site. I see you are using the Cutline theme by Chris Pearson. How do you like it so far? So far, your blog is very authentic. Write about what you love and you will never have to worry about coming across phony! Keep up the good work.
    Best, Mary Lou

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