Six Health 2.0 firms reinvent doctor-patient ties » VentureBeat (UPDATED: Added screenshots and a link to video of the Myca patient-record interface.)The just-concluded Health 2.0 Conference in San Diego showcased some 30-odd startups and Web sites — with dozens more in the audience — all intent on using the Internet to improve patient care, streamline healthcare practices and bolster the ability of individuals to take charge of their own medical treatment. There’s lots more to say, and I hope to do so over the next few days. For now, though, I want to highlight six startups with some big, and very different, ideas for reinventing the doctor-patient relationship — everything from making it deeper and more convenient to practically doing away with it altogether. Visualize your medical records, keep your doctor on call Calling up a patient’s record displays her major health problem — asthma, say — surrounded by floating word tags for each of her other medical conditions, each sized larger or smaller depending on its severity.
The Top 50 Productivity Blogs (most of which you haven’t heard about) I love productivity blogs — they’re probably my greatest waste of time. But as they teach me to better use my time, I don’t consider it a waste. If you like reading about productivity, goals, habits, GTD, time management and other such topics, I’ve compiled a list of the best productivity sites for your perusal. Now, you might not like all of these, but there are some real gems here — and many of them aren’t that well known. Here’s the list: The A List The Rest of Us (not in any order) This list isn’t intended to be comprehensive. If you liked this article, please bookmark it on del.icio.us or vote for it on Digg! More articles on productivity:
Evernote Now this is a pitch I can relate to. I was talking to Phil Libin, the new CEO of Evernote, and he was selling me on the new Web-based version of the note-taking app his company makes. Libin was giving me the big picture: Evernote is "an extension of memory." It's an "external brain." The previous version of Evernote (which I used for about two years, before switching to OneNote), was very good at recording a "river of notes." The new Evernote, version 3, is a free suite of tools that let you access one synchronized database of notes from a desktop (PC or Mac), the Evernote Web site, directly off a USB stick, or from a mobile device. The app is still a great tool for recording text notes, either typed or written (on a tablet PC). What's really cool, though, is Evernote's affinity for visual notes. I took some camera phone shots of whiteboards and it did a surprisingly good job of indexing the text. I'm smitten by Evernote 3.0.
The MEGA List of Personal Development Blogs | Insight Writer Update: Please be aware that a majority of these links no longer work and I am in the process of fixing that. Thanks for visiting! I made this post because of my previous post. So, please if you have a personal development blog or know of one (or a couple) not on this list, add it to the comment section. Thank you all for your help. Update: Maya @ Think Maya found a Personal Development Ranking Page @ PluginID. Update 2: Maria @ Never The Same River Twice reminded me that Priscilla McIntire has a big list of user submitted personal development sites at her page here: Personal Development List. Update 3: Avani @ Avani Mehta sent me a list of top PD blogs at alltop.com. Update 4: Jack @ Simple Sapien sent me his list of the top Simplicity Blogs. Update 5: Everyone that comments on this article will get their byline added to help them standout. Update 6: Just remembered I had a link to Leo’s article, The Top 50 Productivity Blogs (most of which you haven’t heard about) @ Zen Habits.
50 Widgets Mar Filed Under Plugin | Comments Off Widgets are a handy, easy and simple way to add some flare to your blog. Whether you’d like to display the number of currently online visitors to your site or simply the weather report for Los Angeles, you can do it with widgets. MyBlogLog’s Recent Readers – this widget can easily be called a hit amongst blog owners; its popularity even managed to convince Yahoo into buying MyBlogLog. Mashable – get the latest social networking news from this very site. Flickr Flash Photo Stream Badge – display images from your Flickr profile with a handy Flash photo stream. Preview Anywhere – see a live preview of outgoing links in a small popup which activates on mouseover. Twitter Badge – if your life is so interesting that everyone must know what you’re up to all the time, then a Twitter badge is the ideal counterpart to your blog. Digg News – display the latest Digg links on your blog. FEEDJIT – real time traffic data directly in your blog’s sidebar. Yahoo!
Best Personal Development, Self-help & Self Improvement Blogs Best Personal Development and Spiritual Growth Blogs Welcome to the May 5, 2008 edition of the Meditation, Yoga and Spiritual Growth Carnival. This is simply a great collection of the very best articles and blogs in the areas of spirituality, personal development, religion and the related spiritual sciences. You will find below tips and guidance on how to meditate, information on yoga, the law of attraction, great articles on spirituality & God and lots of great advise for personal development and self improvement as well. This carnival is perhaps a little too large so I will increase the frequency of it’s publication going forward so that each article and blog can get better focus. For my fellow active stumblers if you are interested in networking on Stumble Upon, please go ahead and reach out to me. Please link back to this carnival from your Blog, as well as submit the carnival to your favorite social bookmarking sites (Stumble Upon is preferred). Featured Articles: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Slide.Show The Best Personal Development Blog in the Philippines | Secret Contents The best personal development blog in the Philippines? Huh! I know that many motivational, personal development, professional enhancement, corporate productivity, self improvement and self-help bloggers across this country will surely react on this. But the title of this article is not meant to self-proclaim myself or my blog to be the one represented by that title. It is one of my means to motivate myself through that direction. An infant blog Tomorrow, my blog will just turn 3-month old. Most read contents As of today, the following are the most viewed articles in this blog (according to their popularity). How to be a Loving Husband How to Know a Person? Selected infamous articles The above posts have received popularity because they are submitted to StumbleUpon. The 10 Secrets of True Love The Secret to Having the Best Self-defense The Secret to Everything in the Universe 7 Secrets to Real Success The Secret to Find a True Lover What is the Secret of Life? **Updates**
Jef Menguin: Passion for People Excellence The author of this blog is Matthew Cornell and he is also the author of Think, Try, and Learn. Recommended Posts Author’s Advice: “I have tremendous respect for people who work to improve themselves. The key is that each of us is different, which means techniques and approaches that work for someone else may not work for us. The second part of that advice is to keep working.
Songbird Developer Center Resources Developer Intro An intro to all our various APIs and ways to customise with or integrate into Songbird. Read this if you're new to Songbird development. Articles Human-readable development articles categorised by concepts (e.g. Examples 100% complete from start to finish sample code for each of our APIs. Recipe Book 100% free, MIT-licensed, highly reusable code snippets to quickly do things like "Make a bookmark", "Stop playback", or "Add a webpage listener". Reference Docs All the hairy nitty-gritty technical docs, design docs, and API references. Welcome to the Songbird Developer Wiki. Within the wiki you can find information about the project, how to hack on it, how to get code submitted to the project, how to create your own add-ons, developer support and resources, and a whole slew of other information to hopefully help in your Songbird development. New to Songbird Development? If you don't know the difference between an Extension and a Feather - no worries! Found a bug?
Top 5 Lifehack Blogs: From Zero to Hero - Blog - GoWin Mobile Casino 2015 is in full force, and with the summer months cooling down and coming to an end, we reflect on how the years gone so far, and try to make some conclusions and plans on what we’ve done right or wrong and what we should do to make 2015 the best and most rewarding year ever. As we all know, if you want to change your life – start with changing yourself. How often do we need motivation or inspiration to do anything, to take our chance, to be brave enough, to make a right choice, etc.? How often do we need advice or life hacks on doing anything? Fortunately, there are many online resources that are able to help us solve this problem. Which ones are the best blogs and websites to subscribe to and read? Please, check these top five life hacks blogs that have big chances to inspire and motivate you in 2015. 1) Life Hack Lifehack is your source for tips to help improve all aspects of your life. A post we’ve liked: 15 Reasons Why Frequent Travelers Are More Likely To Be Successful 5) Lifehacker
Wyzo Coaching and Action Learning | Coaching and Action Learning Blog Single-Project and Multi-Project Formats of Action Learning By Carter McNamara on November 3, 2015 In the early 1980s, I started facilitating Action Learning where all set members were working on the same problem or project (single-project Action Learning, or SPAL). [ Read More → ] How to Manage Overwhelm by Setting Boundaries By Pam Solberg-Tapper on June 24, 2013 Even if you love your work, you can get overwhelmed if it gets out of control. [ Read More → ] Self Coaching: ‘3 Minute Action Learning Time Out’ By Pam Solberg-Tapper on May 20, 2013 Many of my executive coaching clients operate in an environment that is fast paced with multiple priorities. [ Read More → ] How to Set Clear Agreements By Pam Solberg-Tapper on April 7, 2013 Many times my executive coaching clients express frustration because others do not meet their expectations.