Monthly Archives: August 2012

National Geographic Gets Creative To Tell A Reservation’s Whole Story


The first statement of this article says it all.

Sometimes, it takes more than one storyteller to get a story right…

An interesting look at how journalism can fuse with new technology to better develop an unfiltered picture of the world around us.

Will innovations such as Cowbird continue to grow as the answer to one-sided storytelling?

By |August 23rd, 2012|Solutions|0 Comments

New Platform Seeks To Give Anyone An Audience


The way Twitter’s retweets gave anyone with 140 characters of brilliance a way to spread across the web, Medium could do the same for longer thoughts. – Tech Crunch

Looks like an interesting product that could potentially enhance user experience ont he internet.

To learn more about he company that’s “re-imagining publishing” check out: Welcome To Medium

By |August 16th, 2012|Solutions|0 Comments

Hospital Inquiry Finds Unnecessary Cardia Work On Patients

Maybe this is the reason our healthcare system is so expensive.

HCA, the largest for-profit hospital chain in the United States with 163 facilities, had uncovered evidence as far back as 2002 and as recently as late 2010 showing that some cardiologists at several of its hospitals in Florida were unable to justify many of the procedures they were performing. Those hospitals included the Cedars Medical Center in Miami, which the company no longer owns, and the Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point. In some cases, the doctors made misleading statements in medical records that made it appear the procedures were necessary, according to internal reports. – NY Times

By |August 7th, 2012|Problems|0 Comments