Category Archives: big data

Radicalization Of America

  I used to think the term “radicalization” was referring to a small number of astray individuals who were influenced by extreme groups, such as the terrorists, in joining their causes.  I stand corrected. It is way more prevalent. The … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 15 Nov 2020

The Coronavirus is killing us.  Literally. “More than 1,000 Americans are dying of the coronavirus every day on average, a 50 percent increase in the past month,” according to the New York Times,  Hard for me to believe that Mr. … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 1 Nov 2020

The plot thickens as 3 days remaining to the US election. A clear outcome will most likely take longer to reveal.  Greater voter turnout, pre-election  and mail-in voting, plus the Covid-19 pandemic all play into the suspense.  Better than reality … Continue reading

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Customer Experience

  Nothing is perfect. The world we live is not [perfect],  even before the advent of Covid-19.  However, our – customer – experience can be. That is where we (government, business, or individuals) can make our marks. What’s your mission? … Continue reading

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Battleground States For 2020

Eight days to election.  I indulge in reading the tea leaves about the two presidential candidates’ standings from USA Today: National average   Biden 51.4%, Trump 42.9% (Biden +8.6). Last week: Biden 51.9%, Trump 42.1%  12 Battleground or Swing state … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 25 Oct 2020

“People are getting tired of the Coronavirus” is a statement I hear a lot lately.  Perhaps it is so, but what option do we have?  Instead of passive acceptance, I prefer the saying, “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.”  … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 18 Oct 2020

The pandemic is on the rise. Not only in US but also worldwide. Unfortunately, we lead the world in the numbers of infected and dead (8.1M and 219K respectively). Not knowing when will it all end, many are hit by … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Amazon Prime Day 2020

  It’s a mecca of online marketing event and demonstration of true economy of scale. For non-Prime users, the Amazon Prime Day is an “annual deal event just for Prime members . . . delivering incredible savings on products from … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 11 Oct 2020

The US is seeing a rise in Coronavirus cases all across the regions.  According the CNN, Thursday reported the highest number of new cases in two months.  Many fear this the dreaded “Second Wave” of this pandemic. Except, Mr. Trump … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 4 Oct 2020

Not sure if it’s me or this unusual year, but a sharp contrast in the weather marks an abrupt transitions from summer to fall.  The United States I know has become divided America.  Our civility gone to chaos.  Maybe, because … Continue reading

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