Category Archives: big data

Covid-19 Public Health Emergency Ends

  Tomorrow (11 May 2023) the Covid-19 public health emergency expires. It does not mean the pandemic is over. Only, the freebies from the government will end. Access to Covid-19 vaccines, while still available, transitions back to folks’ traditional healthcare … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 7 May 2023

May is here.  This first week of the month is punctuated by the coronation of the Britain’s King Charles III and, closer to home, the Hollywood writers’ strike. While the former is done, the latter is just beginning. I have … Continue reading

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Stranger Than Fiction

It is the first of the  themonth May but feels more like March in Washington DC. The strange part is though we were getting 80 degrees day (Fahrenheit) back in March. The culprit apparently is a stalled low pressure system … Continue reading

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The Pentagon Leak

  The recent leak of classified documents by the Pentagon on social media is a major embarrassment. The leak not only revealed information sensitive to our national security in terms of our intelligence sources & methods, but also the assessments … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 9 Apr 2023

Maybe it was like this in the past. But this April weather is throwing me off. Instead of April shower, extremes like tornadoes, thunderstorms, and wind gusts are sweeping across the country. Washington DC included. Not sure about the plants … Continue reading

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Chatbot April Fools

  A sign of time? I received an email today complete with a poem written by a chatbot. Not a big fan of this April Fools’ tradition, I was taken aback, nevertheless, by how blatant this AI tool has become. … Continue reading

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Who Is Counting?

  According to my record, today hits the 400 day mark since the Russia invaded Ukraine last February.  Four hundred days is a long time. For some it’s eternity. Others may have forgotten about it due to our short attention … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 Mar 2023

With the arrival of spring equinox this past Monday, weather in Washington DC is getting warm almost by the days. For those following the cherry blossom news this week is the peak period. Soon, the cold and dark winter that … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 Feb 2023

Among the major news this week is the one year anniversary of Russia’s full scale invasion of Ukraine. As the war grinds on and the conflict in stalemate, the lost on each side are mounting. The sanctions against Russia led … Continue reading

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Truth About American Violence

  Violence should never be condoned. And what happened in Memphis, Tennessee is a powder keg waiting to explode: another traffic stop and police brutality that resulted in death of a regular person who was on his way home. The … Continue reading

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