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10 Big Data Pros To Follow On Twitter
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D. Henschen
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D. Henschen,
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5/21/2014 | 4:12:12 PM
I'm a big fan... and a follower
I'm a big fan and follower of all of these these big data "Twitterati." Merv, Kirk, Gregory, Lillian, Carla, Tony, and Marcus are all on my short list. Thanks, Kevin, for highlighting these and few other luminaries who should be on the big-data community short list.
merv
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merv,
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5/22/2014 | 12:23:05 AM
Re: I'm a big fan... and a follower
Thanks, Doug! At the risk of a mutual admiration society, back atcha.

And thanks to Information Week for this - I'm honored to be in such company.

@merv
Justin Belmont
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Justin Belmont,
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5/27/2014 | 1:36:18 PM
Following on Twitter
This is a great list! I'll definitely have to add these names to my Twitter feed. Prose Media already follows people who talk about marketing, branding, customer service, and writing, but it's always nice to have new names to follow! A plus about adding names is that it's an awesome networking opportunity! Great post. 
Susan Fourtané
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Susan Fourtané,
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5/29/2014 | 2:13:50 AM
Big data great accounts
Thanks, Kevin, for this list.

I already had @KirkDBorne on my list. (the link you have there to his account doesn't work) The rocket scientist part is just one of the most interesting aspects of his more scientific views. Being an astrophysicist his views can't ever be boring. Great account to follow, indeed.

-Susan 


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