Cell phones show human movement predictable 93% of the time

Very interesting insights being gleaned from the sensors on our persons…that would be mobile devices. This has implications for marketing certainly. If you know where people are most of the time, then you can communicate with them.

via ars technica

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About Scott Cone
A husband to a loving, lovely wife. Father to six great kids and two grand kids. I'm a marketing, advertising and promotion professional with a keen interest in big ideas, all things digital and especially how mobile is changing all aspects of communication and marketing. I play guitar and sing, write music, write screenplays, act, scuba dive, weight lift, ski and enjoy Christian apologetics, logic, evolution versus intelligent design and the basis for morals, values and ethics.

One Response to Cell phones show human movement predictable 93% of the time

  1. @mackphoto says:

    This has more implications that we care to admit. Of course, I’m talking about Big Brother now. We’ve gotten to a point where we wouldn’t dare shut off our device lest we miss some text, alert or otherwise.

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