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CNET explains how Nate Silver comes up with his numbers and why he’s probably going to be right about this election outcome.

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Facebook has a real-time map showing Facebook checkins at various polling locations in the US. Don’t take this as a scientific examination though as Facebook only counts votes of people who have Facebook and who have clicked on the ‘I Voted’ button on their feed (meaning, this probably isn’t very accurate at all as a […]

Holy crap. All signs so far point to this video being real, and if that’s the case, there’s some major screwy things going on in Pennsylvania. Here’s the full account from the video description. My wife and I went to the voting booths this morning before work. There were 4 older ladies running the show […]

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The easiest way to watch live broadcasts if you don’t have a TV. There’s a schedule of when live broadcasts from different networks start. This is the future. No television. ALL INTERNET.

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I’m told that Five Thirty Eight is one of the better blogs to follow for election coverage because of its forecasts based on strict analytical data. Nate Silver is the man behind the blog, and if you recognize his name, it’s because he was the man who developed PECOTA (Player Empirical Comparison and Optimization Test […]