18 November 2009

What I'm Reading

  • More ideas about what will be required to fix US health care. This particular article focuses on evidence-based care (treatment by what works as opposed to by everything your insurance company will pay for).
  • Some docs are tweeting from the OR to reduce stress for the patient's loved ones.
  • How to write a mission statement that isn't dumb. You know who you are. Go read the article, and then get yourself a quantifiable goal and go do it.
  • The harsh realities of social media marketing. Reality #1 - no one is reading your blog. Uh oh :)
  • Follow up posts to #smw09. (That aren't on this blog.) There are some interesting debates going on - you might want to check them out.
  • Another Always the Last to Know bonus: 22 cheap or free tools to improve the usability of your web site.
  • I just finished The Book Thief. I'm not usually a big fan of fiction around WWII/Nazi Germany for a variety of reasons, but I really liked this.
  • I'm currently reading Riven Rock, another TC Boyle joint. Reviews have called it his best book, but Tequila Curtain and The Inner Circle remain my top picks for Boyle goodness.

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