I just found an email I didn’t reply to from 1999

sharingtime: So here’s my reply: “Oh shit. I’m so sorry it’s taken me so long to reply, Rob. Things have been CRAZY BUSY here. Let’s definitely hang out after biology class in the lockers outside Ms. Snuckheim’s office, but we graudated years ago so everything that’s happened in human history is basically after biology class, but… Yeah, nothing much is new here. You know, just … Continue reading I just found an email I didn’t reply to from 1999

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98,000 lives lost each year from medical errors in 1999. 98,000 lives lost each year from medical errors in 2009.

Jane is always on: Consumers Union asserts that preventable medical harm still accounts for over 100,000 deaths a year in the U.S., and a total of over 1 million American lives in the past decade. What factors continue to cause these fatal errors? Few hospitals have adopted computerized prescribing and dispensing systems which, when effectively deployed, prevent errors. There continues to be a lack of … Continue reading 98,000 lives lost each year from medical errors in 1999. 98,000 lives lost each year from medical errors in 2009.

The choice: You can dissipate your gift by making the people with the loudest requests temporarily happy, or you can change the world by saying ‘no’ often. Seth Godin, Saying “No” (via GB) (via seanjohnson) (via superamit) Continue reading

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Caring for Your Introvert

Are introverts arrogant? Hardly. I suppose this common misconception has to do with our being more intelligent, more reflective, more independent, more level-headed, more refined, and more sensitive than extroverts. Also, it is probably due to our lack of small talk, a lack that extroverts often mistake for disdain. We tend to think before talking, whereas extroverts tend to think by talking, which is why … Continue reading Caring for Your Introvert

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Small Firms Face Choice Between Health Coverage and Jobs

This is the reality folks… We’re working damn hard on building Hello Health for Business (very similar to Zipcar for Business) where employers can create an account on Hello Health and sign up their employees for Hello Health. The employer decides how much of each visit that they cover (anywhere from 0 to 100%) and at the end of the month, the employer gets a … Continue reading Small Firms Face Choice Between Health Coverage and Jobs