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The distinction between “online” and “offline,” between “digital” and “physical,” once seemingly unambiguous, has begun to blur thanks to the ubiquity of smartphones and personal location data, ad and experience targeting, connected devices, wearable technology, the Internet of Things, and additive capabilities like 3-D printing. The biggest business opportunities for inno ...more
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Published September 1st 2016 by KO Insights / CreateSpace
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Kate O’Neill is an author, keynote speaker, executive consultant, and "tech humanist." She is founder and CEO of KO Insights, which helps clients align their strategic approach to experience design and data to benefit both the organization and the people who use their products and services.

Her prior roles include owning and running digital strategy and analytics firm [meta]marketer, creating the f
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