Don’t you just love the endless possibilities of technology? HELL YEAH Continue reading HELL YEAH
This show is likely alarming to the vast majority of people age 40 and over. For those of us who live connected to the internet 24/7, it’s a bit obvious. I’m just wondering (and I’m fairly positive I know the answer), how is this generation going to view “privacy” and having their health information online? Of course the answer is…they will expect and demand … Continue reading FRONTLINE: growing up online | PBS
It’s the question of questions. Damn, I want to know what happens so badly, but I don’t have a TV. It’s killing me. Liveblogging this is the geekiest and coolest thing ever. That’s a rare combo. Mythbusters, airplane on a conveyor belt (kottke.org) Continue reading Mythbusters, airplane on a conveyor belt (kottke.org)
Internet helps doctor get back to basics Continue reading Internet helps doctor get back to basics
Good news on the healthcare reform front. The California Universal Healthcare initiative died a rightful death. Hillary, Arnie, Mitt…they’re all smart people. Right? Can you believe that they’ve been so duped that they would stand in front of the entire nation and announce that their plans for solving the crisis is to throw more money to the industries that caused the crisis? Instead, maybe … Continue reading Terminated
If anyone has any good resources on this topic, please let me know. How do people look at their health, their wellness, and their bodies? How does this understanding relate to their concept of where they fit on the spectrum of good health and bad health? Any help would definitely be appreciated. Continue reading How do people view their own health?
Not perfect by any means, but it’s a start. Gmaps Pedometer Continue reading Gmaps Pedometer