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To understand customers, first you need to understand their Device Graphs - MarTech Today
Martech Today explainer article on Device Graphs. Mentions vendors Drawbridge and Tapad. Explains significance for attribution
device  graph  ID  explainer  DIG30003  DIG70002  attribution 
18 days ago by pciszewski
Deterministic and Probabilistic Links - Adobe Experience Cloud Device Co-op
Short Adobe help article reasonably understanding explanation of Device Graph and Links, Deterministic and Probabilistic
device  graph  ID  explainer  DIG30003  DIG70002  Adobe 
18 days ago by pciszewski
ID Graph: What is it and how can it benefit cross-device tracking?
Great explainer of Device Graph concept (more generally ID graph) with solid explanation of deterministic vs probabilistic matching
device  graph  ID  explainer  DIG30003  DIG70002 
18 days ago by pciszewski
What is a device graph?
Short Digiday article explaining the idea of Device Graph in context of digital advertising - essentially a map that links a person to all the devices that they use
device  graph  digiday  explainer  DIG30003  DIG70002 
18 days ago by pciszewski
(506) Website cookies explained | Guardian Animations - YouTube
Short but effective Cookie explainer video by The Guardian that covers anonymous profiling, targeted advertising, 3rd party cookies
cookie  cookies  explainer  video  Guardian  infographic  DIG30003  DIG700002 
18 days ago by pciszewski
(506) Adobe Marketing Cloud Explained - YouTube
7 minute video that gives a good 30 second verbal overview of each element of the experience cloud stack.
adobe  experience  marketing  cloud  video  explainer 
18 days ago by pciszewski
(506) How cookies can track you (Simply Explained) - YouTube
Explainer video. 2nd half (from 2:50) explains how eg Facebook can use cookies to track
cookie  tracking  internet  web  DIG70002  DIG30003  video  explainer 
18 days ago by pciszewski
Ask the Maester: The History and Destruction of King’s Landing
"Maegor Targaryen, known as Maegor the Cruel, put his personal stamp on the Red Keep. At the time, the realm was wracked by the Faith Militant Uprising, the conflict between religious extremists and House Targaryen, whose incestuous traditions they considered abhorrent. With the security of the royal family threatened, Maegor went above and beyond the plans put in place by his father and brother. New builders were brought in, and secret passages were installed. A fortress within the castle—known as Maegor’s Holdfast—was constructed to house the royal apartments. The holdfast is a square-shaped keep surrounded by a wide dry-moat filled with metal spikes and high walls 12 feet thick. A drawbridge spanning the moat is the only way in or out of the fortress, and at least one member of the Kingsguard is always stationed there. Finally, once the Red Keep was completed, Maegor invited the builders to a massive celebration feast and there had them slaughtered to keep the secrets of the Red Keep safe."
a:Jason-Concepcion★★★  p:The-Ringer★★  d:2019.05.14  w:2000  explainer  Game-of-Thrones  security  war  power  from instapaper
26 days ago by bankbryan
Ask the Maester: Dragon Slaying, Cersei’s Pregnancy, and Why Daenerys’s Invasion Has Gone So Wrong
"Aegon had one aim: Unite the Seven Kingdoms under his rule. Yes, Dany came to Westeros intent on securing the Iron Throne. But she experienced significant mission creep along the way. No sooner had she arrived at Dragonstone then she was talked out of attacking King’s Landing and roped into a complicated, indirect attack plan that required her to split her forces (results: disastrous); a rescue mission north of the Wall (result: the loss of Viserion to the Night King); and, finally, a full-scale war in the North against the army of the dead (result: the massive reduction of her army)."
a:Jason-Concepcion★★★  p:The-Ringer★★  d:2019.05.07  w:2000  explainer  Game-of-Thrones  strategy  politics  from instapaper
26 days ago by bankbryan
Ask the Maester: Everything We Know About the Night King As We Bid Adieu
"It’s important to remember that the recipe for Valyrian steel has been lost for centuries since the Doom wiped out the Valyrian Freehold. Dragonfire almost certainly was used to forged the steel, sure, but the Valyrian smiths also are rumored to have used spells to weave magic into the metal. Perhaps this long-forgotten sorcery is the source of Valyrian steel’s White Walker–slaying properties. After all, the Targaryens, the lone dragonlords to escape the cataclysm in Valyria, were never able to replicate the fabled metal. This suggests that the recipe for Valyrian steel was considered a state secret, such that even the empire’s elites didn’t have access to it."
a:Jason-Concepcion★★★  p:The-Ringer★★  d:2019.04.30  w:2000  explainer  Game-of-Thrones  war  strategy  weapons  from instapaper
26 days ago by bankbryan
Ask the Maester: Is Rhaegal Jon’s Dragon Now?
"Robert was a usurper who gained the throne despite having no legal right to it. Westeros follows primogeniture, meaning lands and titles are inherited by the firstborn legitimate son. Should that son die, inheritance then passes to the next living legitimate son. If no trueborn sons are available, inheritance passes to the oldest brother of the late king (this, recall, was why Stannis was so irate that Renly, his younger brother, jumped him in the line of succession). Furthermore, Robert’s successors—kings Joffrey and Tommen—were both bastards, born of incest, and, crucially, not even his actual children. If Robert’s brothers, Stannis and Renly, were still alive, perhaps the Baratheon claim could still be pursued. They aren’t. Gendry, Robert’s bastard son, could theoretically press his rights to be king. But he has, at least at the moment, no political support, no armies willing to back him, and no real proof that he’s Robert’s son. Jon, meanwhile, is the trueborn son of the late Crown Prince Rhaegar Targaryen, himself the firstborn son of King Aerys and Queen Rhaella Targaryen. He has armies loyal to him and, as discussed above, possibly a dragon!"
a:Jason-Concepcion★★★  p:The-Ringer★★  d:2019.04.16  w:2000  explainer  Game-of-Thrones  from instapaper
26 days ago by bankbryan
Video Production Tips & Resources - Knowledge Centre
Video company from California with a rich collection of resources
video  videoediting  marketing  explainer 
6 weeks ago by amann
Understanding Zero-knowledge proofs through simple examples
I recently listened to this ZKFM podcast, which gave practical examples that clearly explained key concepts in zero knowledge. I felt inspired to transcribe them here. In cryptography, zero knowledge…
explainer  math  cs  theory  cryptography 
7 weeks ago by mrzv

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