Absolutely, what I’ve been saying ever since I came across QS!
“Motivating behavioral change through data visualization can be very powerful, but it is more of an art than a science. We will need far more artists, user interface experts and psychologists to help make our data work harder to motivate better health.”
not surprising.. different set of people from the ones who use high-tech tracking devices and also perhaps the perception that they are already part of a system – healthcare – even though inadequate and inefficient for tracking their chronic conditions…
Constitutional Court was adopted, which do not fit into the legal framework of Ukraine and Europe at all. Moreover, instructions were given to initiate criminal proceedings against judges. What is it? It’s nonsense,” the Russian leader stated.
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‘The Cloud’ and Other Dangerous Metaphors – The Atlantic A nice philosophical discourse about data – doesn’t fix it but draws attention to the right things, the personal and human nature of data, the [...] […]
Mark Cuban Vs. The World: Billionaire Defends Controversial Comments On Health Care – Forbes yeah, another go at Mark Cuban. My question is.. why only every 3 months? Surely a monthly blood test would [...] […]
Mark Cuban Doesn’t Understand Health Care – Forbes this does sound like a clash of two worlds/mindsets. to anyone within QS movement the suggestion makes perfect sense. Surprised that Mark Cuban didn’t use any [...] […]
What you don’t know about Internet algorithms is hurting you. (And you probably don’t know very much!) – The Washington Post the dissolution of mainstream is not a bad thing, narrowing of one’s horizon [...] […]