By Michael Seese
Tomorrow is Election Day. So I won't have to post any more snarky comments until 2016. (Though if I adhere to the traditional stumping timeline, I suppose I should start in 2 ½ years.)
I thought this represented the definitive commentary on the whole stinkin' process.
In several previous posts, I've talked about targeted ads. To state the obvious, a targeted ad is supposed to resonate with me because my browsing habits supposedly have put me into various demographic buckets.
I see them all the time in the infosec and privacy e-newsletters I
subscribe to. I also subscribe to the "Word Of The Day" from
Here are two of the ads I saw last week:
What makes the irony even more delicious is that day's word of the day:
Clearly, the universe has a wicked sense of humor.
As I said last year, remember the old Chicago adage: "Vote early and vote often."
Does anyone care
to make a bold prediction as to the electoral vote count? Mine is
298-240. I'm not saying who will win, though...