Showing posts with label Holidays. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Holidays. Show all posts

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Christmas Update


The past few weeks have been rough.  I battled the flu, worked.  I have been writing for other online publications.  I have two posts on The Hill Talk, one is on new hate crime data from FBI while the other is on new data from the Census Bureau on poverty in every county in the US.  I also published on the website datadrivenjournalism.net  on how logistic regression can be used by data journalists to investigate relationships between a categorical outcome and more than one predictor variables.

I should have more time to elaborate on these posts later this holiday.  I'll leave you with this video I took at the Midnight Mass at the Cathedral in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2015.



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Friday, November 28, 2014

I Know I've Been Away

I've been busy with teaching and working.  There have been lots of things to blog about but a lot of these things, ISIS, health care, the election, and immigration are things I've written about before.  I haven't written as much on topics related to Ferguson, Missouri and racism.  I missed PodCamp this year because I was so busy.  I will to be back now that the semester is ending.  Those of you who follow the blog on Facebook and Twitter may have noticed me posting about my friend David Roberts who passed away from Brain Cancer and his family is now raising money to cover medical debts.  Happy Holidays to all!  I leave you all with a video of my recent trip to Maine of the oldest lighthouse in the US.




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Sunday, December 1, 2013

The Month of December is Now Upon Us


As Black Friday is now past and Cyber Monday is tomorrow.  Right now I am busy with school and am unable to do large posts on this blog.  I will repost things on the Facebook page and may do small posts if they are relevant to what is going on in the world.  

Now that the anniversary of the Kennedy assassination is past, I'm sure there will continue to be stories on the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) as well as the anniversary if the Newtown shooting. Who knows (if you're religious you could say God knows) what else will come up?  

I do have links to amazon products that are relevant to previous posts that you are welcome to consider for your special one this holiday season.  Happy Holidays to all.  Buon Natale a` tutti.