Catching Fire, the second Hunger Games movie, premiered last night. Because we love J-Law, Kanjoya decided to investigate how the Twittersphere is talking about Catching Fire with our emotional analytic solution, Perception. Here are some quick takeaways. How do these people feel about Catching Fire? Below are scores for the level of a number of
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Pandora is the leading internet radio service, and has a long, storied history of complete dominance of this sector. Apple’s September 2013 release of iTunes Radio, a similar streaming internet radio service intended to not just compete, but to displace, Pandora. has been its biggest perceived threat to date. As Pandora releases its Q3 2013
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Everybody knows a Debbie Downer. You know, those people with the unique talent of killing your vibe no matter the circumstance, the ones who invite themselves to the beach with you yet insist on talking about nothing but ozone depletion, rising sea levels, and melanoma. Their ineffable cynicism doesn’t just irritate us in real life;
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Where People Understand You

  • June 14, 2013
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With 27 million (and counting) life stories, Experience Project has the largest living collection of shared life experiences in the world. Check out why it’s the online destination to find people who understand you.
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Kanjoya’s Founder Appears on Bloomberg TV

  • April 25, 2013
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Our founder, Armen Berjikly, recently appeared on Bloomberg News to discuss social media’s role in national tragedies, like the Boston bombings. Armen notes how the reaction on social media– from vigilantism to the moment by moment reporting of the manhunt, are actually good signs of a population that still cares, and wants to do what
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This summer, Kanjoya’s founder Armen Berjikly was invited to share our story at the internationally celebrated TEDx conference in Yerevan, Armenia. This year’s theme was “Embracing Change,” a perfect fit for us! Armen spoke about his path starting Experience Project (which ultimately became Kanjoya), in his talk entitled, “When Change is not a Choice.” Change
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Given his boss’s flat, uninspired performance in the first presidential debate, the consensus coming into the vice presidential debate Thursday night was that Joe Biden would arrive on stage guns blazing, eager to display the passion President Obama had so sorely lacked. He did not disappoint, and the result was a fiery, often testy, exchange
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Building a Roadmap of Human Emotion: EMOTIONS & WORDS

  • September 13, 2012
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by Andrés Gómez Emilsson Hubs and Gateways: Last week we uncovered the Big Five Human Mindsets and showed how current emotions can predict future mindsets. This week we are going to reveal how and why people transition from mindset to mindset. Specifically, key things you will take away from reading this entry will be: Which
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Building a Roadmap of Human Emotion: THE BIG 5

  • August 31, 2012
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by Andrés Gómez Emilsson Emotions are complicated, unpredictable and deeply personal. We feel them; we usually don’t think we can quantify them. Some people even claim that emotions are completely outside the sphere of what can be understood. After all, emotions are not perceived with the mind but instead felt with the heart, right? But
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How Kanjoya’s Crane Understands Our Emotions

  • July 3, 2012
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The Crane emotional analysis engine grew up in the emotional heart of the internet, the Experience Project. Every day, members of the Experience Project are writing stories about who they are, how they feel, and what they’re doing. Every day, members interact with each other’s content in structured and emotional ways. And every day, Crane’s
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