I may have been wasting my time with all that polling data -- though I dearly love pouring over the statistics at both fivethirtyeight.com and election.princeton.edu (also written by an Obama supporter btw, tho
It’s Blitz! by Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs: The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs have always defied easy categorization. In 2003, they released “Fever To Tell,” a wild-eyed and brilliant debut album that led critics to quickly annoint them The Next Great Rock Band.
Officials are always whining they can’t raise enough money to balance the city’s budget. In 2009, Sandusky faces a $961,000 deficit. I believe, however, the city could remedy its money problems in just one night.
o optimists the web represents a quantum leap in the availability and ubiquity of information. The internet is the Great Library of Alexandria, and everyone has a free library card -- it's got almost unlimited knowledge, and access to it isn't limited either.
It is a truism that people overestimate what can happen in two years and underestimate what can happen in five. When you think about the web, it's really remarkable what's happened to it in the last five years. Facebook was a month old in March of 2004.
This is not one of those blogs where you are supposed to take me literally. I could just see large soggy boxes with nothing but a top hat, three pieces of coal, a carrot and a corn cob pipe waiting for me in the lobby at the Register.