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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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Week In Review – 7 May 2017

Easy to mistaken that we are the center of the universe as I welcomed the month of May this week.  The warming weather and seasonal transition here in Washington D.C. is opposite of those in the Southern Hemisphere.  A phenomena that … Continue reading

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2.00:24 – Marathon Time!

Following up to my previous post, the Nike’s Breaking 2 project was today. Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya finished a marathon distance of 26.2 miles in two hours and 24 seconds. A world record! While the sub 2-hours goal remains, Eliud … Continue reading

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Inertia

Change is a popular topic of discussions as many folks look for change to their circumstances.  That’s how we got weight watchers, alcohol anonymous, and Donald Trump, among other things. Inertia, the flip side of change, however is less talked … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 30 Apr 2017

Donald J. Trump brought change to Washington DC as advertised during his campaign. So, his fist 100 days as president drew many, many attention aWe s well as responses this week. Except no one knows if the changes are for the better or … Continue reading

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“Love Has No Labels”

Fellow blogger and marathoner, Jame Harris commented on my blog the other day about how this country feels very divided, not since Trump but for many years now.  And I agree with his assessment. We the people of the United … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 23 Apr 2017

We human continue to push the limit. Faster, higher, stronger, etc. The effort to break the two hour marathon by Nike follows this pattern.  Progress comes from persistence and discipline (funding also helps).  This is a hallmark for science, in … 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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Reblog: “The Real Cost Of Your Shopping Habits”

If you impulsive shop or lets say if you can’t find room in the house to store the goods, Emma Johnson is got a message for you – “shop less.” Her message may be hard to swallow for those practicing … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 16 Apr 2017

No question this week’s big news is the United Airline’s handling of its passenger.  And the fallout from the incident include the United Airline stock price dropped, the Company CEO’s revised apology, and the payback of a lawsuit in the … Continue reading

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