I missed the 60 Day mark due to travel, so this is the 79 day DCVersary. Still a green light, and greater appreciation for this environment by the day. In what other community do people respond to intolerance by staging a hug-in?
There’s a few stray links below about a recent report on RHIOs, and new “innovation” in ISPs accessing the code within Web pages for their customers – a new first.
Links for December 11th through December 12th:
- Wash. Leads Metro Areas in Walkability – people who know me well know that this is a make or break for a city. Another reason to love Washington.
- Underuse of colorectal cancer screening in a cohort of (Fee for Service) medicare beneficiaries – The study excluded managed care enrollees, so it’s really a study of fee for service Medicare, an important asterisk.
- DCist: Hug-In at Rite Aid: ‘It Feels Nice to Hug’ – What a great way to battle intolerance.
- The Shopkeeper Whose Sign Was ‘Open’ – washingtonpost.com – 14th Street Neighborhood leader Noi Chudnoff has passed away
- ZIPskinny demographic information for 20009 – WASHINGTON DC – Demographic Information about my neighborhood
- Dupont Circle Business Networking – Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets – 17th Street is getting a makeover. It looks like Plan B is more elaborate
- The State Of Regional Health Information Organizations: Current Activities And Financing — Adler-Milstein et al., 10.1377/hlthaff.27.1.w60 — Health Affairs – I admit, I have at times gotten in trouble for not being supportive of RHIOs.
- Lauren Weinstein’s Blog: Google Hijacked — Major ISP to Intercept and Modify Web Pages – ISP Content filtering now hits individual Web pages
- What Is Management’s Role in Innovation? ? HBS Working Knowledge – Nice discussion in the comments. I think there is a role, and some of the comments talk about what that role is.