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?
Each year, the US grants 85,000 new H-1B visas, in addition to renewing old ones. Indians have, for long, received the lion’s share of H-1B visas. According to US immigration data, 67-72% of all H-1B visas over the last five financial years has been granted to Indians. Pew Research says that from 2005 to 2015, … Continue reading The American dream through the H-1B wall – The Morning Context
I stumbled on a fascinating long read about how New York Times revived itself- from the edge of brinksmanship to something of a powerhouse. It wasn’t a natural transformation, and in hindsight, they seemed to have achieved a lot. I will not discuss how they did it. I only mean to draw parallels from the … Continue reading Digital Narratives: How newsrooms and healthcare are making a pivot towards digital solutions.