“If iron ore was the raw material that enriched the steel baron Andrew Carnegie in the Industrial Age, personal data is what fuels the barons of the Internet age.” – a line from Somini Sengupta’s article in the Sunday New York Times, “Letting Down Our Guard With Web Privacy.” I think personal data is fueling health […]
Fun for Friday: David Hale singing an ode inspired by Regina Holliday and e-Patient Dave:
Last fall, at the e-Patient Connections conference, I gave a sneak preview of some survey results which are set to be have been released on the Pew Internet site on Monday, Feb. 28. I hoped to spark new ideas for a savvy, plugged-in audience and I ended up surprising even myself with some of what […]
On Friday I dashed off this tweet: PhD student just asked me which journals I read to stay up to date on health + tech. My answer: Twitter. It was classic RT bait and indeed it was echoed dozens of times by fellow Twitter geeks — more than any other tweet I’ve written. But I […]
Kevin Kruse and his team have put together another incredible event in Philadelphia: e-Patient Connections 2010. Follow the tweets by searching for #epatcon or read the excellent summaries being written in real-time by Leigh Householder and Seth Quillin on the blog What’s Your Digital IQ? Definitely watch the curtain-raiser video, starring our own e-Patient Dave: […]
The video of my Mayo Transform 2010 speech, The Power of Mobile, is now up on the conference site as well as on YouTube. It was an honor to be part of this event. Many thanks to David Rosenman and his team for inviting me!