OkCupid draws illustration of users as guinea pigs, literally

OkCupid is doubling down on a controversial blog post, where it openly admitted to experimenting on users. Monday, in a blog post titled “We Experiment On Human Beings,” the dating site openly admitted to randomly pairing up users with less-than-perfect matches to see if beauty and good advertising mattered more for getting a date than the personality expressed in the profiles.

Want to know what the top 1,000 AngelList investors are reading? Check out this Nuzzel news feed

Anyone who wants to keep informed on what the world’s top angel investors are reading might find a Twitter list can accomplish this task, as long as you’re constantly watching for new updates. But for anyone who doesn’t have that kind of time (which is most people with any degree of responsibility), you may want to check out this list of links shared by the top 1,000 AngelList investors via news aggregation startup Nuzzel.

People are more important than technology, according to new Altimeter Group study

The Altimeter Group has just released The 2014 State of Digital Transformation, its second report on the topic this year. Principal analyst Brian Solis spent time researching and interviewing leading businesses from different industries to see how they interact with customers through technology. The challenges faced in the process were also examined.