Mike Trick blogged about MC Hammer jumping on the analytics bandwagon. I didn’t think it was for real until I saw the video myself. I was, ahem, once a fan of MC Hammer back in the 6th grade. Apparently, I may still be a fan!
October 8, 2008
By Laura Albert
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