Category Archives: Politicine

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<ed.note>I’ve been tweeting and stuffing content into my “delicious knowledge management repository” [Update: Diigo] at a ferocious rate. Yet there’s some outstanding stuff I want to note. A City Sponsored BOINC Distributed Computing Effort – what if every municipality took advantage of its citizens as voluntary compute cylce resources this way (instead of that “give us […]

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UPDATE: National Broadband Plan Presentation, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 2010, 10:30 AM (EDT)

Download the plan here. FCC TO HOLD OPEN COMMISSION MEETING The Federal Communications Commission will hold an Open Meeting on the subjects listed below on Tuesday, March 16, 2010, which is scheduled to commence at 10:30 a.m. in Room TW-C305, at 445 12th Street, S.W., Washington, D.C. With respect to the items on the open […]

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HIT Policy and Standards Committee Workgroups’ Deliberations to be Made Publicly Available

In the interest of transparency, starting in January 2010, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) is making available to the public the HIT Policy Committee and the HIT Standards Committee workgroups’ deliberations. All workgroup meetings will be available via webcast; for instructions on how to listen via telephone or Web visit […]

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FYI: Ruslan David’s eHealthNews.eu Portal Rocks

Subject: Group newsletter: eHealthNews.eu Portal Digest – 25.01.2010 ICT 2010 – Call for Networking Proposals 27-29 September 2010, Brussels. The Networking Sessions at ICT 2010 complement the conference and exhibition and provide an open forum for exchanging views and ideas on how to address current ICT challenges. These sessions are designed to facilitate contacts between […]

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1st eHealth Day, November 11, 2009, Munich

This year a special eHealth Day will be held on 11 November as part of W-JAX 09, the leading conference for Java, Enterprise Architecture and SOA, that takes place in Munich from 09-13th November. The eHealth Day will have sessions dealing exclusively with Java technologies, architecture and solutions for the healthcare market. eHealth experts from […]

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Journal of Information Technology & Politics 2010 “The Politics of Open Source” CALL FOR PAPERS

May 6-7, 2010 – Amherst, Massachusetts A two-day University of Massachusetts Amherst conference jointly hosted by the: Department of Political Science  Science, Technology, and Society Initiative (STS)  Journal of Information Technology & Politics (JITP) Qualitative Data Analysis Program (QDAP) National Center for Digital Government (NCDG) KEYNOTE & DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS Eric von Hippel is Professor and […]

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Enterprise LAMP Network sponsored by Vaco

<ed.note>Of course, the Nashville area could truly benefit by the representation of folks from the open source healthcare community (LinkedIn group here), from such efforts as OpenVista, OpenEHR, or others commonly in the Linux Med News. Computerworld’s recent take here and the Federal NHIN CONNECT project here. FYI, the Franklin-based Medical Banking Project Cooperative Open-source […]

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St. Joseph Medical Center (Houston) and MedConcierge to Demonstrate Telemedicine Solutions at FTTH Council Conference

Top Houston Hospital Selects MedConcierge to Offer Telemedicine to Corporations and Master Planned Communities September 8, 2009 (Sarasota, FL & Houston, TX) – St. Joseph Medical Center, the largest, Level 3 trauma hospital in downtown Houston, has selected MedConcierge to provide its advanced telemedicine solution to leading communities and corporations. Both parties will demonstrate the user […]

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GridKa School 2009 Attendees

Some GridKa School 2009 Abstracts available here. surname first name organisation institute / project Jurczyk Melchior Student HS Mannheim   Castejón Francisco CIEMAT Fusion Nilsson Daniel Chalmers University of Technology   Zurek Marian CERN ETICS Aktas Adil Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiburg Physikalisches Institut Abad Rodriguez Andres CERN   Knese Karsten SCC, KIT   Zimmer Artur KIT SCC […]

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Carly Fiorina To Go All Mavricky

Computer World/Network World – Former Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Carly Fiorina may be launching a run for the U.S. Senate. Fiorina, a Republican, “filed for a tax identification number Tuesday and registered a campaign committee named ‘Carly for California,’” allowing her to raise money for a 2010 Senate run, according to the Associated Press. Fiorina would […]

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