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By assembling users’ clicks and keystrokes into one place and spending hours inside Excel, Rudder had found a way to articulate our humanity. In 2012 Rudder proposed a book based on his blog, and Crown outlasted nine other publishers with a seven-figure bid.The book arrives on Tuesday, bearing the kind of Gladwellian title — “Dataclysm: Who We Are When We Think No One’s Looking” — meant to tell readers that a Big Idea lies between the covers.
The New York Post reported this morning that the guy behind the spreadsheet is David Merkur, a 28 year-old associate director at Ladder Capital, a "Park Avenue real-estate finance firm." Merkur is not listed on Ladder Capital's website's list of management and professional employee. Merkur is a graduate of Cornell University and has previously worked at Merrill Lynch and in private equity, according to the Post.Soon, Rudder’s insights and wry wit were attracting millions of views.All of a sudden, Rudder, a one-time indie actor and rock star, had transformed himself into a dating laureate for the data age.After the recent earthquake in Napa, Jawbone, which makes a fitness tracker, showed how the earthquake disturbed users’ sleep.And Porn Hub, the porn hub, recently outlined the different ways its users watch XXX content.