I have on several occasions been asked to make a DCVC video tutorial and quite liked the idea of doing so. Thus, I have started my acting career as you can see in the video below. I think the video will be a useful guide for first time DCVCers. Show More Summary
Dow Theory doesn't have any argument with the bulls. Volatility remains subdued. VIX term structure. Narrow differential between VIX and March futures. SPY, extended, meet more extended. Stochastics overbought column tells us about market strength. Show More Summary
Donald Trump isn’t going to be impeached. Not anytime soon, anyway. The numbers just aren’t there. Impeachment is about overturning the will of the people. Impeachment shouldn’t ever be easy. In the United States, impeachment has been designed to require a supermajority of legislative votes – and is reserved for what the U.S. […]
European banks have not recovered from the Global Crisis, in part due to heavy provisions for non-performing loans. This column argues that a comprehensive approach to the issue in Europe could address market inefficiencies and reduce bad loans to bearable levels. Show More Summary
MY USA TODAY COLUMN: Trump And The Crisis Of The Meritocracy. Donald Trump has been president for a month now, and it’s been months more since he was elected. But the division over him, and his presidency, hasn’t settled down. If anything, it’s gotten worse. But why? I don’t think it’s Trump’s policies, which seem […]
Microsoft Monday is a weekly column that focuses on updates in regards to the Redmond giant. This week, Microsoft Monday includes details about a Digital Geneva Convention idea, the new Smart Email Insights app, a Project Scorpio update and a new Outlook.com Premium service.
A new column that spends plenty of time wagging a finger at Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis for “embarrassing” the team’s owner with “late-night shenanigans” that may or may not ever result in a conviction, guilty plea, suspension, or fine contains new details about the events that resulted in Revis becoming a Jet in 2015. Basically, it…
[gallery columns="4" orderby="post_date"] Ukrainianiphone.com reports to have obtained parts for the upcoming iPad mini. The parts, labelled in the Gallery, were from a source who visited the factory in Asia, according to the site. Notables...Show More Summary
Before I get into the meat of today’s column… Do you watch comedian and political satirist Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO, Friday, 10 PM ET)? What I especially love about Mr. Maher’s show is that he invites people on who are from all shades of the political spectrum and that he’s unafraid of calling […]
Welcome to the weird, weird worlds of comic book writer and novelist, Warren Ellis. Column by Keith Rawson I love Futurism. I love sitting and toying with the ideas of where humanity is going. My mind typically takes me to dark places. Show More Summary
Here’s the lede from my latest Humor In Hindsight column for Decider.com, reflecting on Martin Scorsese’s The King of Comedy, starring Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis, and Sandra Bernhard, fast-forwarding the context from 1983 to 2017. Who among us hasn’t suffered from delusions of grandeur from time to time, indulging in fantasies or daydreaming of […]
Just days ahead of the Oscars, Lin-Manuel Miranda who is nominated for “How Far I’ll Go,” his song for Disney’s Moana, reminisced about growing up watching the awards show with his family, in a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter. After naming a “compendium of Oscar moments” in his head ... More »
MY USA TODAY COLUMN: Trump And The Crisis Of The Meritocracy. “Strong nations can fail when their leadership class, or a part of it, succumbs to pettiness, and places its narrow factional interests above those of the nation. Americans have often assumed that we are immune to such things. Perhaps earlier Americas, with a more […]
Welcome to Cardboard Cinema, a feature that explores the intersection between movies and tabletop gaming. This column is sponsored by Dragon’s Lair Comics & Fantasy in Austin, Texas. Mondo has built its reputation on creating objects...Show More Summary
Greetings, sous-vide enthusiasts, and welcome back to another topic-picking session for Will It Sous Vide?, the weekly column where I make whatever you want me to with my immersion circulator. Read more...
There are a slew of new app and online-based publishers churning out interesting and original content. Let's take a look at three. Column by Christopher Shultz artwork by Mark Weaver via Serial Box Publishing Welcome to the FebruaryShow More Summary
MY USA TODAY COLUMN: Trump And The Crisis Of The Meritocracy. “The rage of our privileged class is thus about loss of status. But that doesn’t mean that it isn’t dangerous. Nations have blown up over less.”
MY USA TODAY COLUMN: Trump And The Crisis Of The Meritocracy.
Pundit: This Aston Villa midfielder is the Mesut Ozil of the Championship - originally posted on Sportslens.com Former Chelsea footballer, Tony Cascarino, in his column for The Times has shed light on what is going wrong for Steve Bruce at Aston Villa. Show More Summary
The revival of nationalism in western Europe, which began in the 1990s, has been associated with increasing support for radical right parties. This column uses trade and election data to show that the radical right gets its biggest electoral boost in regions most exposed to Chinese exports. Show More Summary