Archive for September, 2012

The Curtain Opens On The WWW Conference

The Curtain Opens On The WWW Conference

Earlier this year, Seth Godin had a seminar that talked about impresarios. I didn’t attend the seminar, but Seth’s definition – like many of his keen observations – is pitch perfect: “Weave together resources and opportunities and put on a show. That’s what impresarios have always done. You rent the opera hall, find the singers and sell tickets. You […]

September 25, 2012 | By More

Biohacking Healthcare – Part 2

Guest post by biohacker - Eric Valor - who was diagnosed with ALS in 2005 (Biohacking Healthcare – Part 1 here) Cloudy With A Chance Of Models One of the most valuable research tools is a model of the type of problem you are trying to solve. This allows for study of the problem mechanism and allows […]

September 18, 2012 | By More
Is the Individual Mandate Unconstitutional?

Is the Individual Mandate Unconstitutional?

Obviously not as relevant as before the decision by SCOTUS – but I still like the legal logic of this – and it might help those who still oppose an individual mandate to understand the legal – and political argument(s) supporting it’s use. I also think that history will look back on the original PPACA […]

September 14, 2012 | By More
Biohacking Healthcare – Part 1

Biohacking Healthcare – Part 1

Here’s a fairly new term for the healthcare lexicon – biohacking. Wikipedia files their entry under the single category of human biology. The entry itself is very brief and, at least according to Wikipedia, there are two meanings: the art of managing one’s own biology using a combination of medical, nutritional, electronic, and Quantified Self techniques The second is […]

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