(via noahkalina) Noah is one of my best friends. You should see his photo series he did for Seed Magazine of research labs at night. The cover photo is absolutely amazing… Noah is this and this guy. We’re in the process of creating the advertising for Hello Health. He’s going to be shooting Sean and myself and six of my patients tomorrow night for hellohealth.com … Continue reading Noah Kalina and Seed Magazine – Shoot The Blog
I’m a huge fan of Zappos. I still have no idea why this sort of thing has not been implemented in the online pharmacy era with pre-packaged medications. Unfortunately, laws exist prohibiting this sort of activity with the assumption that this technology isn’t an alternative to real human pharmacists. I’m sure the error rate of Amazon and Zappos fulfillment is much, much less than the … Continue reading Zappos hires robots to take over inventory floor
Serra describes in the interview how he reverses the traditional subject-object relationship in art. Here’s the old way: a painting hangs on a gallery wall, and we, the subject, are invited to look at it, the object. We’re here, and it’s there. In contrast, Serra’s work makes us the object. As you walk through the mazelike structure of “Sequence,” for example, the art’s impact is … Continue reading Good Experience: Richard Serra and experience design
Wow…even easier than tumblr. Tumblr was (and is) a revolution in terms of blogging. However, someone looked at tumblr and said “Why all the steps? Everyone already emails everything. Let’s make it that simple.” Good stuff. posterous – The place to post everything. Just email us. Continue reading posterous – The place to post everything. Just email us.
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Now this is the kind of stuff we need for managing our patients. A portal into their biodata that helps us easily visualize exactly what’s going on… But first, let’s get more than 9% of small group practices off the paper and onto computers. data-driven parenting Continue reading data-driven parenting
Awesome… The main thesis of Frank van Ham was that information visualization is recently undergoing a change away from explorative tasks for the scientific research community towards communication and collaboration for anyone. He stated four requirements for new information visualizations: they should be massively collaborative (basically the internet as the platform) not focus on analysis but on communication it should be visual and end-user driven … Continue reading See Conference