Real World Solutions and Implications


Ideas seldom have real world implications. Yet all products, strategies, and solutions start out as ideas. By presenting ideas the right way, as digestible, data-driven insights, ideas can spark conversations and collaborations to deliver real world solutions and create a positive impact in a variety of topics.

Why Digestible?

In today’s nonstop world, few have the time and dedication to sit down and read dense articles. In addition to this, readers are continuously bombarded by content at every turn. The purpose of this site is to address just that. All articles will contain content presented in a digestible manner that should require approximately five minutes for a reader to consume. No burying the lead here! Should anything peak your interest reach out to the author if you would like to learn more or collaborate on the topic.

Why Data-Driven?

Because Data==Fun! (Stata joke) Besides becoming a notorious buzzword, data can serve as evidence to support or disprove theory to those open-minded enough. However, data can also be used to introduce new issues to those unfamiliar or provide the opportunity to re-examine an issue that otherwise may have become stale.

Why Insights?

By definition, an insight is the capacity to gain an accurate and deep intuitive understanding of a person or thing. This differs slightly but significantly from an opinion. By approaching a topic or issue from a new perspective (even if it is not our own), we can learn more about the issue at hand. Articles displayed here may not necessarily represent the views of the author, but rather one of many perspectives on the particular issue, with the support of data.

Recent Policy


Impacts of Social Media and Fame on Campaign Funding Efficacy

Friday, Jun 03 2016

Grading Congressional Reps by Impact on Constituency

Friday, Jun 03 2016

A Weighted Voting System, Funny but Effective?

Friday, Jun 03 2016

Recent Sports


Microchips in Boxing Gloves and Mouthguards to "Fix" Judging

Friday, Jun 03 2016

Moto GP Racer Analysis: Who is the best racer of all time, controlling for bike manufacturer?

Friday, Jun 03 2016

Could Rise in Sports Analytics Drive College Athletes to Major in Math?

Friday, Jun 03 2016