The animation goes from midnight to midnight, showing peak times of usage.
With tremendous gratitude to Michael Schade (@mvs202), the our nation’s capital’s digital transportation storyteller, and leader of Transportation Techies (@TechiesDC)
The animation is based on released Capital Bikeshare (@Bikeshare) data for 2nd Quarter, 2015, which means there is only about 2 weeks of function included in this dataset, because our station was installed on June 18, 2015 (but who’s counting? ). Continue reading→
Following on a similar bike tour in September (see: Buildings, Bikes, and Gardens with DesignDC ), the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth) hosted this one, as part of the very large Greenbuild International Conference and Expo that was in Washington, DC this year. In addition to demonstrating the ways that health care contributes … Continue reading Transit, Health, and Gardens, with Greenbuild, American Institute of Architects, and District Department of Transportation
We weren’t allowed to take photographs of the speakers (@TedXMidAtlantic has their own great photographers), but this is the best photograph anyway.
I’ve used multi-stall gender neutral restrooms at events before, but never at a venue like this (an upscale theatre). And… it was no – big – deal. Continue reading→
I gave this presentation, what I call my 2nd TED talk (although not affiliated with an actual TED event, just a person named TED – me), exactly 3 years to the day after I gave my first one, at Henry Ford Health System, in 2012 (see: “Embrace of Failure” – TEDx talk with Regina Holliday ), with awesome leader Regina Holliday (@ReginaHolliday). Continue reading→
Resilient people and companies face reality with staunchness, make meaning of hardship instead of crying out in despair, and improvise solutions from thin air. Others do not. This is the nature of resilience, and we will never completely understand it. – Coutu DL. How resilience works. Harv. Bus. Rev. 2002;80(5):46.
Now that I’ve presented this card in enough contexts (and in an actual presentation, see below), I’d like to share it here as an easy innovation that anyone can do to build respect for all people and change society to be more inclusive. Continue reading→
Nice share @tedeytan. Here's an image frm our annual report RE this: https://t.co/Eb8s8kxukY https://t.co/3ec7ztKgWi pic.twitter.com/ksKJMJKW7S — Kaiser Permanente (@KPShare) November 2, 2015 The results are in from what is considered the report card for health plans in the United States, and these results are kind of amazing. I was reminded of this when I was … Continue reading Yes, that is a 90% Hypertension Control Rate
As I do from time to time, I’m taking an online course in something of interest, in this case, TechniCity, produced by the Ohio State University. I’m interest in some of the positive health changes that could come from technologically enabled cities. It’s especially interesting to visit some of the projects described in 2013 and … Continue reading From Complete Streets to Better Places, My #Technicity Project proposal inspired by #WalkingSummit