Monthly Archives: September 2013

Actuarial Science

Promislow, S. (2010). Fundamentals of Actuarial Mathematics. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons. Jacoby, O. (1970) Excerpts from Diary of a Young Actuary. The Actuary, Society of Actuaries, Vol 4(Issue 2), Page 8 Walsh, M. (2013, September 25) Detroit Spent Billions Extra on … Continue reading

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Internet Neutrality

The internet wasn’t created by just one organization. It was a collection of networks. This larger scale network was operated with cooperation among multiple organizations that collectively agreed to share. When they did so, they were rapidly accelerating technology to … Continue reading

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Open Source

Everyday, I use Google Chrome to browse the web. It may or may not be safe, but it just works for me. When I didn’t have Office and needed to make a presentation, I downloaded Apache Open Office, an open … Continue reading

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Edward Snowden

  Edward Snowden has been called many things by people: a hero, a whistleblower, a traitor and a patriot. After leaking information on NSA surveillance to the press, he had been fleeing for his life from the CIA, the government … Continue reading

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