Monthly Archive:: January 2009

Bathroom Stall Advertising…Why?

I don’t know about you, but I prefer to visit the bathroom alone. Given that preference, I’ve felt, for over a decade now, like I’ve been under attack by advertising in public restrooms. The brain trusts who decided that ads on bathroom stall walls were a smokin’ good way to get their message across have [&hellip

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The Story on Social Media: One Mouth, Two Ears

The always-full-of-great-information Sarah Evans, @PRSarahEvans on Twitter, and one of my favorite Tweeps, shared some really stunning stats today from Adam Singer's The Future Buzz blog. One mindblower of a statistic, among a buffet of them, is that there are 346,000,000 global citizens who read blogs. Wow, I'd be happy to have .1% of that [&hellip

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The Story on Twitter and #daniela – Only Connect

Only connect. When E.M. Forster wrote that in ‘Howards End’ in 1910, the first iteration of wireless – radio – was in its infancy. We’ve come a long way, baby. In many ways, the complexity and scope of modern communication – connection – mean that there’s lots of the former, but not much, at least [&hellip

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Mistake? I Don’t Think So…

Ever hit 'send' and then screamed 'noooooooo!' Come on, we've all done it. Gmail has even created a feature called 'Mail Goggles' to prevent what used to be called 'drink and dial' – initiate the feature, and Gmail will make you do math problems before you can send an email. Highly useful tool for those [&hellip

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A Great Story On Healthcare IT

In today's Health Care Blog, David Kibbe MD and Brian Klepper PhD continue a discussion that they kicked off with an open letter to the incoming Obama administration in December about health care IT and electronic medical records (EMR/EHRs). Patients think that EMR/EHRs are the answer to their prayers – no more forms to fill [&hellip

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