Tag Archives: statistics
COVID-19 and Some Numbers – A Writer’s Perspective
March 29, 2020 This now looks much grimmer than before. Everything about this virus has been bungled since the beginning and that continues to the present minute. Since the Chinese first arrested and then made doctors disappear who initially reported … Continue reading
Does Word Processing Make us Better Writers?
I’m near completing a 3,000 word article. The stats are staggering. 172 revisions? To make clear, 172 is the number of times a file was saved. There could be many, many edits done in between saves. I may have made 500 individual … Continue reading
Lies, damned lies, and statistics
As a non-professional web designer I find the statistics compiled by different services to be so confusing and contradictory that their reports are rendered useless. Do you have the same experience? This blog site is administered by WordPress.com. As such, … Continue reading