Monthly Archives: December 2011

There is a systematic shift against me? It can’t be bad data, it must be fraud!

Why Do All Election Forecasters, Political Scientists, Academics and Media Pundits Avoid the Systemic Fraud¬†Factor?¬†Was a big heaping bowl full of infuriating inability to understand modeling. Alaska excluded, a general rule of thumb is that rural areas tend to be … Continue reading

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The Dotcom bubble may have been a good thing.

When the internet went mainstream it was obvious that there was money to be made from it, and so lots of money was thrown at the web 1.0 retailers and it was largely misallocated. Some firms came through and made … Continue reading

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