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Pitfalls Of Big Data: Test Prep Company Charges By Geography, Ends Up Charging More By Race

Many teenagers’ parents want to give their kids every possible advantage when it comes to the SATs. They pony up a few thousand dollars and buy Junior a test-prep course. 758 more words

Family of woman murdered by illegal immigrant sues sanctuary city

Investors Business Daily has some good news, something that makes me hopeful of the future.


The family of Kate Steinle, the young woman gunned down by an illegal alien in San Francisco, is suing the city and its enablers.

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A Letter to Libby Nelson

Here’s an email I sent to Libby Nelson, a reporter for Vox:

To Libby Nelson

August 28, 2015

Dear Ms. Nelson, 

You posted a brief article on Vox today titled, “ 431 more words

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We can ignore biology all we want, but when women act like men, women lose

original article: Don’t Blame Tinder For Unsatisfying ‘Selfie Sex’
August 26, 2015 by Anna Sargent

Vanity Fair buried the lede in its article this month about the Tinder Generation: “Tinder and the Dawn of the ‘Dating Apocalypse.’” What’s surprising isn’t that the kids are using Tinder for instant gratification—it’s that the kids aren’t getting it: 964 more words


Supervenience Disquisition

Supervenience is the logical consequence of various properties that are in a dependent relationship for an internal consistency. Supervenience explains things following each other in order from A to Z. 364 more words

Law of Unintended Consequences

Unintended consequences are unforeseen outcomes that are either beneficial or detrimental towards a conclusion. It can be a benefit insofar that it contributes to the actions involved despite that it wasn’t accounted for in the analysis. 424 more words

About "A Medical Education"

This is a blog in which I am planning to collect and curate various writings of mine from 1996 onwards, which in some way relate to medicine or medical practice. 264 more words

Reflective Practice