Will Webberley writes: At that time RSS was still very much "a thing" for many people (though the discontinuation of the hugely popular Google Reader in 2013 was a bit of a bummer to these communities). However new people now joining the web scene would be far more likely to instead engage with these extremely well-funded, well-marketed, … Continue reading RSS Feeds: Federation of the data
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A parallel pandemic: the crush of covid-19 publications tests the capacity of scientific publishing
BMJ has an excellent editorial and is a recommended read. The rush to "push out" publications and discussion, especially on Twitter, has muddled the policy debates. I have rallied against the glut of "me-too" publications and I reiterate that it is a crisis of monumental proportions. I am not advocating restriction of a choice, but … Continue reading A parallel pandemic: the crush of covid-19 publications tests the capacity of scientific publishing
EHR: Epic Bristol bags £454m in UK deals as creaking care sector chases digital transformation
I usually refrain from commenting on industry news here but this merits attention- a universal EHR for Northern Ireland. I think that Singapore has a similar system. The advantages are obvious- a seamless connectivity for the users and healthcare providers. However, I have deliberated on this issue with several industry people and as a matter … Continue reading EHR: Epic Bristol bags £454m in UK deals as creaking care sector chases digital transformation
Doctors add a dose of medical insight to FT coronavirus hackathon
Financial Times has been sparse on the details of the app mentioned herein. however, one thing that caught my eye (and emphasis is mine): Mr Datoo’s team, comprising colleagues from D2, University of Surrey academics and KroniKare, worked on a health monitoring app called OUALD (“opening up after lockdown”) for use in buildings where many … Continue reading Doctors add a dose of medical insight to FT coronavirus hackathon
LinkedIn: Why have it in the first place?
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com LinkedIn is a glorified resume centre. Long time back, in my earlier avatar on Twitter, I couldn't differentiate between users pushing out affiliate links and trying to create "conversations" around content. I had stayed away from it because of privacy concerns and I am glad I stayed away from the … Continue reading LinkedIn: Why have it in the first place?