Articles Chris is Reading
Eurosurveillance | No evidence of secondary transmission of COVID-19 from children attending school in Ireland, 2020 https://t.co/mexoSIueVu
The coronavirus infection rate is still too high. There will probably be a second wave | David Hunter https://t.co/HNCVYRTi7Z
Study: Coughing could spread coronavirus up to four metres https://t.co/Qn294KiUkr
The Mariana Trench is 7 Miles Deep—What's Down There? https://t.co/OngH8VOiER
Remote Work Has Its Perks, Until You Want a Promotion https://t.co/lG1bj5U559
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Yearly Archives: 2011
Building on the recent foray into the world and dynamics of social media, I was able to attend an interesting session by Kendra Reddy on Linked in. This site seems to be ever expanding, and has a huge feature set. … Continue reading
Had a fascinating discussion over the weekend with a person in the insurance industry and how they understand risk. In particular as it relates to earthquakes and how they see it. The West Coast, but also Quebec and Mississippi, even … Continue reading
Invited to the RMA conference this week, where there were some really interesting speakers. Particularly enjoyable was the session on social media and reputation. Fascinating on the linkage to the ARM world, really made me think. Also good to hear … Continue reading
I have been reading this book: Game Theory: A Nontechnical Introduction. Very interesting, and is making me think about the applications this has to vendor pricing models. There is an interesting example of two gas stations in competition, and how … Continue reading
Invited to dinner at the Credit Association of Greater Toronto. The speaker was Rob Ford, Major of Toronto. He is certainly determined to achieve what he promised. It was interesting to hear him speak.
This week I was able to travel to London to attend OSS/BSS World. Really good to be back in the UK and it was great to be asked back to present at the conference again. My topic this year was … Continue reading
At a fundraiser for CIBC run for the cure.. Good day, great weather and golf improving (slowly). All for a good cause.
At the Economic Club of Canada this am. Distinguished group of speakers, esp after the recent rate decision. Concerns about the housing market being such I driver in the market, and that things are really unstable and volatile at the … Continue reading