Changes in the CDC Counts of Deaths by State and Select Causes

Recently, I wrote about COVID19 Vaccine Deaths & Risks. After writing the original article, I was informed one of my premises were inaccurate and needed correction. The issue came about from a lack of data. I appreciated those on Twitter who were willing to share their data. The additional data enabled discovery of the error […]

U.S. & COVID19 – Less Tests, More Deaths, No End in Sight

In June, I made the prediction that it’s likely we’ll see hundreds of thousands dead by July from COVID-19. According to official data, my prediction was not entirely accurate, being closer to the lower bound of my simulation(s) (a hundred thousand). Today, we have more information about the virus and importantly improved data on death […]

Is Search Solved?

Search was revolutionized by Google. Before Google, we had Yahoo, AltaVista, AskJeeves¬†/, and more (full history here) – most used indexing, clustering etc. to produce search results. Searches were slow, inaccurate, queries weren’t parsed very well, etc. Then Google came along using¬†PageRank, and stole the whole market. PageRank, was then copied industry wide, but […]