This feels like a mashup piece. When I say the dead have risen, hiding amongst us, what comes to mind? If you said Halloween, you'd of course be wrong. Every day in 2017 has news that sounds as if it is straight out of a horror author's playbook - but no, I'm not taking about... Continue Reading →

Investigation Mini-Boss

If you haven't heard, Special Counsel Robert Mueller revealed an indictment against Paul Manafort and his buddy, Richard Gates. Manafort is being indicted for the time before and during when he was then-candidate Trump's campaign chairman last summer. If that wasn't enough, George Papadopoulos, who use to be a foreign policy adviser to the Trump... Continue Reading →

Facebook Ads

No one really expects Facebook to do the right thing anymore. Every other day we hear about potential privacy violations, such as the mounting anecdotal claims that Facebook might be listening to you at all times in order to pick up keywords so it can better advertise to your needs, read here. But in the... Continue Reading →

Michigan Tour – Ode to Fall

Fall is here in all its wonder, with chilled air and leaves asunder. People dressed as ghouls and ghosts, drinking cider coast to coast. Cherish these last haunting weeks, for Winter comes and coldness creeps. The weather, the food, the drink - I'm smitten, Fall is truly the best in the Mitten. Until Tomorrow! Post... Continue Reading →

Opioid Crisis

If you haven't heard, America is in the midst of another drug crisis - one that kills about 90 American's each day. Watch this New York Times video to learn more about the crisis President Trump directed the Department of Health and Human Services to declare the opioid crisis a public health emergency last Thursday.... Continue Reading →

Amazon GateKeeper

It feels like Amazon is in the news every other week for a purchase they made, a new kind of store they developed, or as is the case today, a new technology they created. Enter Amazon Key: I was just speaking to a friend about one of the very issues that Amazon Key hopes to... Continue Reading →

Another One

It seems that consumers just can't win anymore in America. I already wrote about the FCC trying to kill net neutrality, and how ISP duopolies are trying to kill municipal competition through local governments - both things that if kept alive would be great for protecting consumers against the reigns of big industry players. And now, Americans... Continue Reading →

Strike One

I was afraid of how far I would get before life and other factors got in my way of my 365 goal, and it turns out Day 23 was my first big hurdle. Yesterday I had every intention of writing and publishing a new post, but I woke up with the worst headache, body pain,... Continue Reading →

The Power of Pets

Let me introduce you to Rudy. Rudy is a labradoodle that my cousin and her husband just adopted. Though he has been in the family for a couple of months, I only recently made it out to the west coast for work and finally got the chance to meet him. As soon as I entered... Continue Reading →

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