Why is this? What do we care more about than our health or the health of our loved ones? I have talked to our healthcare clients about sites like www.patientslikeme.com and www.rateadrug.com for a while now with a statement following that “this is only the beginning”. According to www.compete.com patientslikeme has about 100k unique visitors [...]
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by Anthony J. Bradley | July 7, 2009 | 3 Comments
by Anthony J. Bradley | June 29, 2009 | 7 Comments
Recently the NY Times and Wikipedia conspired to keep a story on the kidnapping of a Times reporter off of Wikipedia. A “sanitizing” team of Wikipedia editors, led by Jimmy Wales himself, worked to keep the story from posting by deleting, blocking and freezing. The story quotes Wales as saying, “We were really helped by [...]
by Anthony J. Bradley | March 18, 2009 | 2 Comments
There is a great article here by Clay Shirky on the plans of major newspapers to counter the trend of sharing information (copyrighted information to be specific). They failed, or are failing. He makes one (at least one) very profound statement, “The curious thing about the various plans hatched in the ’90s is that they [...]