Category Archives: big data

Day 2 week 8 – Our Digital World

  Marathon Training 48 min (5 mi), breezy & 70 degree Our digital world Mary Meeker’s 2019 report on Internet Trends is out.  Heads up – it is 333 page/ slide presentation (the slides are downloadable) with charts and figures.  … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 May 2019

I am a quarter way done with my 20 week marathon training. From a fitness point of view, I am less fit as compared to last year and have my work cut out to bring myself up to last year’s … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 19 May 2019

What a week this had been. I concluded my visit to Machu Picchu, and Peru in general. Took away with me, besides the pictures, many newfound knowledge. Even though my marathon training had to be modified due to the trip … Continue reading

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Day 6 Week 2 – Reblog: Privacy Vs Security In A Big Data World

10 miles, overcast & 60 degree Privacy versus security online is a topic near and dear to most people. Or should be if it isn’t.  And the article by Tamara Dull (link below) gives an excellent overview of  why the … Continue reading

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Week In review – 21 Apr 2019

The weather continues to warm up into the spring in Washington DC this week. It’s safe to wash one’s car and mow the lawn without the threat of snow, salt, or below freezing temperature. However, the changing season does bring … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 10 Mar 2019

In the cold month of March, lots of political hot air circulate around Washington DC.  Not that I pay attention to these noises but am always ready for an education on how the politicians get schooled.  To me it is … Continue reading

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What’s The Question?

Almost five months have gone by since I learned that I missed the 2019 Boston Marathon Cut-off by 1 second.  Enough time has passed for my  bruised feeling to heal.  Even though as I said before, try harder next time, … Continue reading

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Is Virtual Community Real?

Virtual community such as online social networks is great for information sharing.  Empowered by internet and digital technology, virtual community is information superhighway that covers a wide spectrum of interests and audiences.  Speed, agility, and potential unlimited membership make virtual … Continue reading

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Link rot

One of the more frustrating experiences for me in blogging is when clicking on a hyperlink and getting the error 404 page “Not Found” message.  It means the hyperlink is a dead or broken link.  Also called link rot. Hyperlinks … Continue reading

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Between Movie and Life

In movies, every moment is captured, on film. Frame by frame. The details, angles, settings, etc. orchestrated with an ending in mind.  I used to remind my kids that movie is not real in case they decide to put on … Continue reading

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