Category Archives: big data

What We Don’t Know

  New Coronavirus cases are continuing to rise in 34 of the 50 US States (NBCNews) – an increase from almost two weeks ago and in spite of the mass vaccination efforts. Some say the cold weather is driving people … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 14 Nov 2021

An inevitable truth I learnt is how much I don’t know.  Helen Keller once said, “The highest result of education is tolerance.” And to that I add, foremost is to tolerate our own ignorance. My discovery of the deeper truth … Continue reading

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Covid-19, US Update #7

https://uw-media.usatoday.com/embed/video/6242688001?placement=snow-embed With cooler days ahead, it’s time for another update on the Coronavirus pandemic in the US. After two months of decline, new cases are again on the rise in 29 of the 50 states compared to the previous week … Continue reading

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Inflation Coming?!

  Inflation is not coming. It is HERE already.  Although, it shouldn’t be a surprise. After all the US government pumped so much money into the public pockets through the stimulus & pandemic relief checks. Not a criticism – most … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 31 Oct 2021

Happy Halloween! An exciting weekend indeed. Will people be out trick-or-treating versus staying home? We will wait and see. At least it’s not raining. With only two months left, the 2021 for sure will be the second pandemic year after … Continue reading

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Covid-19 Impact On Supply Chain

  Southwest Airline canceled over 2,000 flights this past weekend. And the cancellation is continuing. It was not because a strike due to pilots called in sick as rumor had it, but a genuine lack of staff resulted from the … Continue reading

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Back-to-office?

  When I was setting my running goal earlier this year, the US looked promising in its fight against the Covid-19. Mass vaccinations were rolling out. The numbers of infection/ hospitalization/ death were trending downward. Surely, things will be back … Continue reading

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Covid-19: Deadliest Epidemic In US History

  It’s official: the Coronavirus has overtaken the 1918 flu pandemic (aka the Spanish Flu) in number of Americans killed (more than 675,000) as of today. Not a good record, but a  record nevertheless. What does that tell us? Let’s … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 19 Sep 2021

After 18 months of Coronavirus, are lives starting to get back to normal? Will we ever?  For people who have lost their love one(s) during the pandemic, the answer will probably be a  negative. But for others and society at … Continue reading

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Week In review – 5 Sep 2021

The saying that Time waits for no one was applicable to this week’s US troop withdraw from Afghanistan. Even though that not everyone wants to leave Afghanistan can do so, the official line was every American citizen and Afghan ally … Continue reading

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