• Do not use PowerPoint
    Truth and Consequences

    Nobody cares about your PowerPoint

    Has anyone who’s ever had to sit through your typical PowerPoint presentation truly remembered anything that was on the screen? The headline to this article will be more memorable than the thousands of presentations given today of which tens of thousands of people will endure. So what is it about PowerPoint and people’s need to cram 20 pounds of crap in a ten-pound slide onscreen with their hopes and dreams believing this is the best way to get their message across when study after study proves otherwise? The reality is nobody wants to see your PowerPoint. As the Quartz article, linked above states “the tedious PowerPoint slide deck has become…

  • Data Never Sleeps
    Truth and Consequences

    Big data (is getting bigger)

    How much data is generated every minute? The short answer is A LOT! As Domo prepares its data for 2018, take a gander at Data Never Sleeps Infographic for 2017. Domo has been doing this for years, charting the rate of change that boggles one’s mind, always trending upward. From videos to GIFs, emoji-filled tweets and messages, and beyond. Five years ago 48 hours of YouTube was uploaded every minute, now it’s 300 hours every minute. Email’s sent and its use have slowed with the rise of collaborative apps like Slack. Five years ago things such as Snapchat and Tinder were merely ideas. Much has changed in how much data is created in four years, a lot more will change…