Bruce Schneier's election night analysis

I'm about to go off-blog until November 17* (I'm off on my honeymoon!) but I'd be remiss if I failed to mention that Bruce Schneier will be doing mathematically oriented election coverage on the Making Light blog on election night. If it wasn't for the fact that I'll (literally) be on a tropical island with nothing higher-tech than a scuba-regulator to hand on that night, I'd be all over it.
Dissect the exit polls, debate statistics, ridicule pundits, advance theories, and–hopefully–repeatedly celebrate. So wherever you are, alone in front of the computer, at a party in front of a television, or at one of the zillions of parties around the country, spend the night here as well.

Prizes will be awarded to the people who best predict the presidential winner in each state and the popular vote margin, the winner of every Senate race, the winner of the 11 governor’s races, and the winner of the close House races. Predictions must be posted by 6:00 PM EST to be eligible.

Watch the election results with Bruce Schneier–at Making Light

* Though I do have some killer book reviews lined up for next week that'll robo-post while I'm gone, and of course my lovely co-editors will still be posting totally awesome stuff here in a merciless torrent of total awesomeness.