Category Archives: Commentary
It is with considerable amusement that many of us in IT and related fields have watched the healthcare.gov comedic tragedy of bad planning, testing, and deployment. It is a Very Bad Thing, a model of how any software project, let … Continue reading
This is prompted by a Facebook post by my son Christopher (http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/christopher.chuvala), who wrote there : First off, let me say that I think gun control won’t be very helpful. Criminals will get their guns just like how drug users get … Continue reading
In response to my “Excuses, excuses” entry (http://blog.chuvala.com/?p=146), a FB friend longed for a plan from either party that sounded workable, and ended by saying “I wish we could just disband the blues and the reds.” My response: I get … Continue reading
After catching up on some recent news, I feel sorry for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. The economic, domestic, and foreign policy messes they are about to inherit are enormous — unprecedented, even. Well, at least they have a solid … Continue reading
Credit Charles Krauthammer, in his 8/12/12 Op-Ed piece: “Are better off now than you were 5 trillion dollars ago?” Vote Romney/Ryan in November! It’s time to retire the amateurs.
I was driving to work at JSC when the news of the first crash was reported on the radio. I got into the office just as news of the second plane hitting the other tower was being reported. I went … Continue reading