I stumbled on this fascinating link, and I could draw parallels immediately. In his seminal book Seeing Like a State, James Scott describes what he calls “high modernists:” lovers of orders who mistake complexity for chaos, and rush to rearrange it from the ground up in a more centralized, orderly fashion. Scott argues that high … Continue reading The Efficiency-Destroying Magic of Tidying Up (and what it means for treating cancer)
I have been grappling with this idea repeatedly, and it isn't the last word on the subject. I might be revisiting it in the future. Twitter makes for some interesting conversations at times, but one must keep in mind that those are merely snapshots of thoughts. It can never replace the medium of a blog, … Continue reading Social media for oncologists: Is it worth it?