Predicting a Biden win, and when we will know.

Growing up, my dad used to say it’s not over until the clock reads “0.0”. For readers who are not into sports, this means that it’s not over until all of the game clock has run off. However, if you’re a football team up 28 points and there is 1 minute left, it’s safe to … Continue reading “Predicting a Biden win, and when we will know.”

Trump Has Few Paths to Victory

As the election inches ever closer, memories of 2016 continue to bubble up in the minds of voters. I think it’s safe to say we all recall the idea of “Trump has no chance”. That was obviously a flawed line of thinking and although hindsight is uh…erm…2020…it’s easy to look back and see where the … Continue reading “Trump Has Few Paths to Victory”

The Console Wars Have a New Battle

The “console wars” are a dated concept. Back in 2005, maybe the concept made some sense. You had Sony and Microsoft selling similar consoles (the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360) at similar price points for the majority of the generation with little to separate them. A lot has changed since then, and for some … Continue reading “The Console Wars Have a New Battle”

How to tell what data Facebook has on you.

When we think about data online, it can feel that data collection is happening all around us and we have no idea where it’s going or how it’s affecting our experience online. Over time, platforms have become more transparent about this data usage, specifically, data usage in regard to advertising. Over the past 5 years, … Continue reading “How to tell what data Facebook has on you.”