Dan on December 29th, 2012

In this changing computing landscape, Google’s Chromebook has kind of been lost amongst the rise of the tablets and bigger cell phones.  Early versions of the Chrome operating system seemed clunky and pricier than one would expect, which I think is why the Chromebook has been kind of a dud so far. However I was […]

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Dan on December 20th, 2012

I was reviewing my stock market portfolio the other day, trying to make sure I understand why I have some of the stocks in my portfolio.   Intuitive Surgical  (ISRG) caught my eye – its a stock I bought a while ago (I actually don’t recall why now), and it had now grown into a […]

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Dan on December 11th, 2012

OK, I know I have been ranting about covert  ops lately, but I have just one more.  Naturally I was suspicious when reading about the doctor being rescued by the Seal Team.   Since when does the US send the Seal Team in to rescue aid workers? Here is a sample media report about the […]

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Dan on December 4th, 2012

A quick note here – regarding Irans claim that it downed a drone. http://abcnews.go.com/International/us-denies-report-iran-downed-drone/story?id=17873242 It is sad to me that I believe Irans version of the story over the United States version. The previous lost drone was denied by the US until Iran came out with pictures. The CIA and the military has done nothing […]

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Dan on December 4th, 2012

Of all the stuff I have been reading in order to try to get a feel for my 2013 prediction, these 2 charts kind of sum it up: Historical Debt to GDP   So this chart provided in an article by Bond Fund guru Bill Gross ) says anytime the deb to GDP ratio gets […]

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