Why the Microsoft tablet is a game changer?

With the announcement of a tablet from Microsoft, I found myself really excited about the possibilities. I have not felt this way since MS decided to go into healthcare, and unfortunately that adventure did not exactly go in the direction that I'd like it to go. This one however, may work. The reason I have … Continue reading Why the Microsoft tablet is a game changer?

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How can Angry Birds and Facebook change e-health?

Well, not through clinical versions of these applications of course. That would be an interesting approach though, especially the social networking idea may have many applications in health IT, but I'd like to talk about something else that is happening in front of our eyes. Facebook, Twitter, Angry Birds and other big names of the … Continue reading How can Angry Birds and Facebook change e-health?

Why reference models matter in healthcare IT?

Recently, I heard a question targeted at my colleagues at Ocean, something in the lines of "what do you think is your greatest accomplishment ?" Ocean's software stack has a lot of impressive components, the template designer with its TDO support, the back end repository, Tom's Eiffel work that is called the Archetype workbench, and … Continue reading Why reference models matter in healthcare IT?

Microsoft’s innovation is leading to confusion.

Metro style applications. This is what Microsoft is trying to get people excited about these days. When I say people, I mean the technical bunch and related demographics and companies. The end users are always after something that works and preferably looks pretty (which has made Apple a tech giant) Microsoft is actually quite good … Continue reading Microsoft’s innovation is leading to confusion.

Peter F. Hamilton, China Mieville, and other readings: book update time

It appears I just can't give up on Sci-Fi. Here is a list of the recent readings, with very brief notes.Peter F. Hamilton: The Night's Dawn Trilogy. I think this trilogy exceeds 3000 pages, or something like that. I've managed to read it all, and if you want a really long sci-fi book, give your … Continue reading Peter F. Hamilton, China Mieville, and other readings: book update time