Category Archives: inequality

Day 6 Week 10 – Digital Economy – The Last Frontier

9 miles easy pace, sunny & 78 degree Last week the US Supreme Court decided to allow states to impose sales taxes on “online purchases even if the business doesn’t have a physical presence there.”  This is a reversal of … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 29 Apr 2018

Week One of my Erie Marathon training.  Total miles ran: 23 Yes, my 20 weeks of marathon has started.  This week’s schedule is easy paced transition with a few fun runs sprinkled in between.  Understood that training for marathon can … Continue reading

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Day 5 Week 1 – The Housing Conundrum?

Rest day – no running. When I was visiting Hawaii a couple of months ago, it was clearly pointed out to me that Hawaii has a shortage of houses to meet the demand.  Apparently, Hawaii is not alone. Why don’t … Continue reading

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Have & Have Not’s

Dissatisfaction comes from not having what you want.  Not enough money, friends, good fortune, or whatever.  In other words, not meeting self expectation. But how about what we have?  In dissatisfaction, the illusive crowds out the actual. Like perhaps our … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 18 Mar 2018

Technology can transport people quickly, but are we ready to move that fast? Given I have been away for a while, this week is a transition-home week including a visit to the MVA to get my car registered. The juxtaposition of seasonal … Continue reading

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Back To Reality

Like a political junkie, I used to follow the daily bits and pieces of what’s going on inside the Capital Hill, White House, and Washington Beltway.  It was my way of getting engaged, thinking whatever comes out of here will … Continue reading

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Tools

Human has been inventing  tools for a long time.  Like millions of years.  The purpose has remained the same over time – using tools to make our life easier. Wheels, engines, paper are examples of these tools. Tools help us to … Continue reading

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What Is Fair?

Life is unfair that we know. The question becomes should it be?  Should the life be fair? If yes, how do we define fairness? Is it helping the most needy, normalized treatment for all, rewarding the most deserving, or all … Continue reading

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Dysfunctional Congress?

Here we go again, government shuts down.  Merely one month ago, the U.S. government closed it door, albeit for three days.  The whole thing, thanks to the Congress, felt like a reality television show.  Now the sequel, except it is … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 7 Jan 2018

With a mixed feelings of hope and disappointment, my blog kicked off another year this week.  Hope in that I have opportunity to continue my learning and the fun in the process, and disappointment in that the U.S. is below average … Continue reading

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