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!
A client of CNET’s recently asked me to do a presentation on “important events in marketing,” and I got to thinking about it in the pool this morning. Good marketing sings; it resonates with something that’s already in the recipient’s mind.
This is just a pointer to Michael Goldhaber's new blog.
South Africa has had so much promise....for way too long. Why can't it get its Internet show on the road?
What's beyond current search technology? A lot, and most of it has to do with pattern recognition. Come see some patterns with me...
Zag plans to make money by lowering costs for both buyers and sellers of cars. That's fine...but dealers will face a shrinking channel - lower costs --> lower revenues --> lower staffing - just as travel agents and music publishers do.