Articles tagged with: review
Google Instant is a wonderful development for people who can’t spell, particularly if you’re searching for a drug with a long or strange name, according to HealthCentral and Wellsphere bloggers. Other than that, our expert patients didn’t see much difference in health search results. We contacted our bloggers and expert patients recently to get their [...]
Health care reform reached a visible and helpful milestone this week with the launch of healthcare.gov. The site was built in 90 days for $3.5 million. It collects information on health insurance and lets you search for options that fit your particular situation. Most early reviews are positive; the biggest complaint is that there is [...]
At all (good) conferences, there are moments that stick out in our minds as anecdotes of why conferences like these matter, and why our work in health care matters, and why we are still far from our goals of reform. On the surface, yesterday’s Health 2.0 brought together the 2.0 crowd and the government to [...]
Does the iPad have a critical video flaw…or did Adobe miss its window?
If you’re in the interactive space, your twitters streams and Facebook updates are overflowing with reports from Austin, Texas — well, that and the latest Lady Gaga and Beyonce duet video. Yup, it’s that time of year again… SXSW’s panels and keynotes offer insight and predictions on emerging technologies in the space. What are you [...]
A lot has been written about whether Bezos’ Kindle will be slayed by Jobs’ iPad, with reviewers dissecting everything from the latter’s screen resolution to lack of camera. Less has been written on the impact that Apple’s new toy will have on struggling print publishers, with articles like this one “Can Apple’s Tablet Save Newspaper [...]