I can’t help myself, I analyze everything: technology, exercise, electric cars, marketing of every ilk, airline disservice, and like many others, professional sports. This should be a really exciting Super Bowl – an irresistible force meets an immovable object! Given so much focus on the Super Bowl, this post won’t be about the next generation of technology but rather what I believe are suggested improvements in statistical measurement of a quarterback’s effectiveness. Since I asked several colleagues at Azure, including Dan Park (who helps edit every post), to offer opinions I will often say we throughout this writing.
For many years, while on Wall Street, I published my newsletter SoundBytes. Although blogs did not formally exist, it was written like a blog post with lots of personal references and comments on society in addition to analysis of technology trends and stock opinions. Looking back, we had numerous calls that have proven prescient and a few (most of which I won’t mention) that were not as strong. A few examples of posts that appeared in the mid- to late-1990s, include: