Fame – A Mathematical Model

A non-quantitative way to think about fame, how to increase it, and how to manage it.  (Fame) I’m gonna live forever I’m gonna learn how to fly (High) I feel it coming together People will see me and cry (Fame) I’m gonna make it to heaven Light up the sky like a flame (Fame) I’m… Read More Fame – A Mathematical Model

The Year in Law, Government and Politics

8 Jan – President George Washington delivered the first State of the Union Address before a joint session of Congress in New York City (1790). 8 Jan – The only time in US history that the US national debt was $0.00 (1835). 16 Jan – Ivan the Terrible crowned himself the first Czar of Russia… Read More The Year in Law, Government and Politics

The 2012 Presidential Debates

We have one television at home and generally watch only videos on it, because we have no cable, no satellite, and not even an antenna. With rare exceptions, we have lived without TV for over a decade. This year, however, with the Olympics in July and the presidential race in the fall we opted to… Read More The 2012 Presidential Debates