Lately it seems that just about everyone is hanging their head on our election of Barack Obama.  Friends who were supporters are now saying how disappointed they are that they voted for Obama.  They claim to be disappointed on how little change Obama brought into office.  If Facebook statuses are any indicator of the temperment [...]

Our state budget has not yet been reconciled, so things are a little bit slow.  Around 2:00 one of my co-workers mentioned that Congressman Joe Sestak was going to be in Penn Square doing open-air townhall.  I went down and was able to listen to him for quite sometime.  He didn’t go completely negative on Arlen Specter, but he [...]

So I spent today playing around with WordPress, Apture , and other stuff, and I like em all.  Now that I am jumping into blogging and webstuff, I flashed back to my first two domains: nateworks.com, and neterex.com.  Both are taken now, and are far cries from my hand-written html at the beginning of my computer science [...]

Having watched both the economic catastrophe and the campaign debauchery from a front row seat the last past year as a (former) mortgage broker and a full time volunteer during the primary, I have made an observation about analysis and trends I would like to share. I think microtargeting analysis needs a life line. I [...]