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Alan Rimm-Kaufman

Alan Rimm-Kaufman

Alan Rimm-Kaufman founded the Rimm-Kaufman Group in 2003. In 2008, RKG was named to Inc. Magazine’s list of the Top 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America. Alan held a doctorate degree in operations research from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, and a BS degree with honors in applied mathematics from Yale University. Alan held appointments as Visiting Professor in the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia and was a Fellow at the Center for the Management of Information Technology (CMIT) at the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce. In 2002, he founded the web advertising roundtable. Alan died from leukemia in July of 2009. He was a 14 year survivor of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Between bone marrow transplants, he built a strong, profitable, Inc 500 company that continues to thrive.

Alan's Articles, Blog Posts, Webinars and More

ASCII Art Adwords Worm

The worms.com ASCII wriggler gave me a chuckle.

Monitor Your Brand Online Via RSS

RSS feeds from search results make it easy to monitor your brand across the web.

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Good Agile, Bad Agile

While there's no perfect software development methodology, if adopting a better methodology could offer even a slight improvement in a IT project's likelihood of success and/or speed, that's of interest to the online retail crowd.
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Adios, A9?

A9 drops some of its key search engine features, AP reports.
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Standardizing Comparison Shopping Feeds

There will be a press release going on the wires next week from NRF and ARTS on standardizing the formats used to send data to and receive data from the shopping comparison engines.