Slate, perhaps trying to make up for past errors in judgment, presents the vaguely useful and wholly inoffensive Delegate Counter, with which you can try to calculate which Democratic candidate will win the nomination with uninformed guesses as to the margins of victory in upcoming primaries. Shorn of context, polling, and relevant news, you see that the Democratic Process is a random numbers game, and that's before we even get into the "superdelegates." It serves also as an uncomfortable reminder that the primaries will just never end. [Slate]