Do you love grammar?
I mean, do you really love grammar?
Mulder and Scully are back in action. We're halfway through Fox's six-episode reboot of "The X-Files," which has prompted general euphoria amongst both lifelong fans and those of us who just discovered last year that all nine original seasons of the show are on Netflix. No matter which camp you fall into (or even if you were one of those *weirdos* who was more excited about that football game last weekend that seemed like it would NEVER END), "The X-Files" has some important lessons for your business blog.
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(Warning: This post contains a lot of gifs. I’d apologize, but I’m not sorry at all.)
Probably longer ago than you would expect, and in neither a foreign nor faraway land, the gif was born. Welcomed in 1987 by the first major U.S. online commercial service, Compuserve, the first gif (reportedly of an airplane) was swaddled and cooed over initially but admitted did not peak socially until its mid-20s.
Last spring, CNN reported that the Associated Press published 5,000 automated news stories in one quarter. The articles were not written by people—they were based on algorithms fed with big data.