Yes, everyone knows personal health records are a really good idea. But no one uses them… Perhaps it’s time for a little libertarian paternalism: A coalition of employers is about to offer/push PHRs to their employees, which should result in healthier, better-informed employees and wealthier, better-served employers.
I just had dinner with Dick Hardt of Sxip. He’s about to launch Sxipper, an open-source, "learning" version of those familiar adware wallet tools.
While the widgets and gadgets of Web 2.0 blur into one another in a whirl of user-generated everything, some interesting things are happening away from the buzz and fashion circuit. One case in point is Seriosity, a start-up funded by Alloy Ventures of Palo Alto.
Kazakhstan is no joke if you actually live there. It’s a relatively prosperous Central Asian country, booming with oil money but deficient in good government and cheap Internet service. Perhaps there’s a relationship…
I just did an interview with Dan Farber at the Office 2.0 Conference, and surprised myself with what came out.
I recently interviewed Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, for a video series sponsored by British Telecom. You can see it either at BT.
I just came back from a visit to Dubai, where I went for a WPP board meeting. While I was there, I managed to get around a bit. Here are my impressions.
This is a problem that can be solved. All that's needed is a little accountability.
in case you read the Crain's piece saying I was an early investor in Google....
PC Forum over? Yes, it's true. Congratulate me on my freedom!