As I spoke about a little bit in a previous post [https://justjensen.co/development-economics-and-the-united-states-partp-i-savings-theory/] , inadequate access to savings tools is a classic example of a poverty trap. Without basic banking services, smoothing consumption levels and preparing for emergencies is far more difficult. Income levels differ drastically across Washington D.
I have previously written about my Glicko ratings of competitive Heroes of the Storm (HotS) teams [https://justjensen.co/rating-teams-in-heroes-of-the-storm/], and how I put that information into a SQLite database [https://justjensen.co/setting-up-sqlite-on-windows-10/]. Up to this point though, I have been entering all of this information manually. In order
I was recently visiting a friend in Detroit and I was curious about whether the 'Michigan Left' was actually the safer and more efficient solution that Michigan's Department of Transportation (MDOT) claims it is. If you haven't been to Michigan, > A Michigan left is an at-grade intersection design which replaces
In marketing there is concept called brand loyalty [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brand_loyalty]. From the Wikipedia post I just linked: > Brand loyalty is defined as positive feelings towards a brand and dedication to purchase the same product or service repeatedly now and in the future from the same