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What's Your Appetite for Apps?

In a recent post, I shared informal research on U.S. consumers’ habits with choosing and downloading smartphone apps. Nearly half of the survey respondents said they only opt for free apps, and nearly a third said that they carefully evaluate their choices… 55 more words

Life

All In A Week

Whew! It’s been almost a full week since my last post, and oh boy has life not slowed down one tiny little bit. I’m still jumping through some hoops with the new job, and my last day at the old one is WEDNESDAY! 109 more words

By The Numbers

By the Numbers: Health Care Systems

This  post is the third in a series of comparing countries by using a neutral third party’s numbers.  Eventually I will put all the numbers beside each other in some slick visual aide.  399 more words

Multiple Countries

By the Numbers: Cost of Living

This  post is the second in a series of comparing possible countries by using a neutral third party’s numbers.  For now I am appointing everything as a Green, Yellow or Red light. 492 more words

Multiple Countries

By the Numbers: Safety

This post is the first in my attempt to compare countries by using a neutral third party’s numbers.  Eventually, I want to put all the numbers beside each other in some slick visual aide that will dazzle and inform.  299 more words

Multiple Countries

By The Numbers: Do Mega-Contracts In MLB Make Sense?

By Father Gabe Costa
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$325 million is not hard to take as a salary, even if it takes 13 years to complete contractual obligations. 695 more words

Sports

By The Numbers, Week 12, 2014

Another week down, and we’re coming down to the final stretch of the season. I have a love/hate relationship with this time of year, because some of the best football is played with teams vying for playoff spots (or losing teams just trying to hamper others from getting in). 869 more words

Football