Category Archives: social media

Week In Review – 11 Jun 2017

Update on my blog status – shortly after my post The Power To Be, I lost power to my internet router.  Thus no blogging. With my fingers crossed, the electrician is coming on Monday,  Don’t know about the Power Company nor … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 14 May 2017

Happy Mother’s Day! President Trump has convinced me this week that he is not the right person for the job. And I say that based on his behaviors since gotten into the White House.  His blatant disregards for the laws, for … Continue reading

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The Price We Must Pay

It has become blatantly obvious (to me at least) that America elected the wrong person last November into the White House. I don’t know who would be the right choice. But after holding out hope for three and a half … Continue reading

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Too Close For Comfort?

Big news of the day is James Comey, FBI Director, in lieu of serving his full term till 2023, has been terminated from the job yesterday  by President Trump. The rationale given by the White House was that Comey handled … Continue reading

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“Spurious Correlations”?

At present rate, Big Data grow in leaps and bounds.   Trying to harness the potential  of the vast amount of data remains untamed.  Unless a technology breakthrough, we are generating more data than we know what to do with … Continue reading

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Robbing Me Blind

Many of the daily contacts I get, phone or email, are sales oriented (I know I am not alone).  They are usually disguised as surveys, donations, or some other fronts to hook me.  Bottom-line is the same – they want … Continue reading

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The North Pole Marathon 2017

  The worlds coolest and only marathon run on water was held on Saturday (8 April). According to the Kathmandupost report, participants run on the mass of ice floating on the Arctic Ocean with thin layer of ice separating participants … Continue reading

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The Fine Print?

According to Forbes less than 1 in 1000 read the fine print online.  That is by clicking through screen after screen of legalese (30,000 words in some cases).  Normal procedure is to click “I Agree” and move on as it’s a … Continue reading

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Oh Boy – The Republicans Are Here

I knew that online privacy is an oxymoron.  But I did not need the help of  U.S. Congress to sell me out. In case you haven’t heard the latest news:  consumers would have to explicitly opt out if they don’t … Continue reading

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Tracking Trump – First 50 Days

In this Big Data world, metrics galore seems to be the norm.  But when it comes to how the new President of the United States is doing, the metrics are better focused. In his first 50 days in the White House, … Continue reading

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