Brandwatch Blog Articles by Fabrice Retkowsky

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Fabrice is the CTO at Brandwatch.

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Fabrice Retkowsky

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Fabrice is the CTO at Brandwatch.

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How Do You Solve A Problem Like The Housing Market?

I hear this question quite often: how is the housing market doing? Let’s try to answer that. Read more

Community By Fabrice Retkowsky on June 30th 2008

Human Spam

When compared to certain parts of the internet, spam is a beautiful, poetic and inventive thing. It really really is. Read more

Community By Philip Anthony on June 26th 2008

Scoring Sentiment

Using machines to understand text is a big part of what we do here at Brandwatch. And sentiment analysis is part of it. As wikipedia nicely puts it; Read more

Community By Giles Palmer on June 20th 2008

How Good Is Good Enough?

Seth Godin wrote a moving post yesterday about worthiness. He writes almost as a stream of consciousness and makes some great points. Read more

Community By Giles Palmer on June 19th 2008

Google's Bogus Results Count

As I mentioned in the last post, the accuracy of the entire result set is critical to us at Brandwatch, but so too is making sure that we have as big a sample as possible. Read more

Community By Giles Palmer on June 18th 2008

Recall vs Precision

This is a classic tug-of-war issue with search. There is a good definition on Wikipedia and I really like Tim Bray’s description on the Ongoing site. Read more

Community By Giles Palmer on June 17th 2008

Arms And The Spam

Sifting through the list of web pages in Brandwatch that have been reported as spam, you get a feel for the ever-changing ways that spam merchants manage to infect the web with junk. Read more

Community By Tim Owen on June 16th 2008

Alias v Tracking Systems

So I decided to compare data between the iphone and Nokia 95, two phones which I suspected shared common air in the blogosphere. The N95,…ah! Read more

Community By Philip Anthony on June 12th 2008

Clear View On Transparency

Remember the promises of flawless matching of supply and demand and limitless consumer power when the web burst onto the scene a dozen years ago? Read more

Community By Giles Palmer on June 11th 2008

The Brand Is What I Want To Buy…

If you could put ‘Brandness’ itself under the microscope, this is what you would see: a crossroads with a pussy playing a banjo, hovering just off the ground. Read more

Research By Philip Anthony on June 10th 2008