Month: December 2021

Did Ye Olde Blogge's meet its goals for 2021?

2021 in the Review: Goals Met!


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Our last chance to pimp our best posts and greatest accomplishments of 2021. We had goals and we met them! Ha! Take that 2021! Bring on 2022!

How were Ye Olde Blogge's stats in 2021?

2021 in Blogging Stats


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Another year slips past. Another year of the #COVID19 pandemic. Another year of growing authoritarianism. Another year of Democrats delivering the goods but not getting the credit. It is all summarized here in Ye Olde Blogge’s stats for the year.

Has our democracy reached a tipping point where it can't be saved?

At the Tipping Point in the Fight for Democracy Supported by Mathematical Modeling of Complex Adaptive Systems


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A report on mathematical models of our democracy as Complex Adaptive Systems suggests we are at the tipping point in the fight for our democracy. 2022 will be the year that we fight for our democracy. Should we lose the election, we will have lost our democracy, but that doesn’t mean the fight is over, though.

Why is Ye Olde Blogge on hiatus just before Festivus?

Bisy Backson


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Sad to say, but I’m overwhelmed with IRL stuff and can no longer maintain the pretense of blogging on a regular schedule. We’ll be back on or about Saturday 18 December! See y’all then.

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