The same old same old, day in and day out, gets tedious, not just boring. It lulls us into a stupor. It reinforces (hardens) our thinking patterns. The same old same old dulls our senses and causes us to miss the beauty that surrounds us every single day.
No!! Not Advanced Statistical Analysis!
[dropcap]Y[/dropcap]ears ago, when I was studying advanced… Continue reading
I have been asked numerous times why I do not have a Facebook page. Originally, I had three main reasons:
I thought Facebook would be another digital fad like AOL, MySpace, etc. It would go away—and indeed probably will in time . Something else would replace it. Would I then have to jump on that social tool-du-jour?
I have two… Continue reading
Uninsured patients with traumatic injuries, such as car crashes, falls and gunshot wounds, were almost twice as likely to die in the hospital as similarly injured patients with health insurance, according to a troubling new study.
The findings by Harvard University researchers surprised doctors and health experts who have believed emergency room care was equitable.
“This is another drop in… Continue reading
This is fascinating. I knew that data centers required massive amounts of power to run the computers and keep them cool, but I hadn’t thought of it in these terms.
How much CO2 does a google search produce if a google search produces CO2? Well, Harvard physicist Alex Wissner-Gross did the math:
a typical search generates about 7g of CO2… Continue reading