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Power to the People

Power to the People During the summer of 2001, I wrote Net Attitude: What It Is, How to Get It, and Why Your Company Can’t Survive Without It.[i] There was still a lot of skepticism about the Internet, similar to the skepticism now circulating about cryptocurrencies. However, people around the world saw how the Internet […]

Facebook and Congress

Security and privacy of our online presence is vitally important, perhaps more so than we may realize at this stage of the evolution of social media. It is similar to patient safety and quality in healthcare; there is no room for compromise, and neglect can be catastrophic. I was quite involved in the subject of […]

Continuity of Thought

The most irritating form of privacy intrusion is the increasing trend in video advertising. As print advertising declines, the Internet is awash in advertising. Publishers must receive income to cover the cost of quality journalism and creative productions. The question is how the income is derived. Some people love their brands and are happy to hear from them, but […]

Social Media for Better Health

A recent study in the U.K. showed social media websites similar to Facebook, but focused on healthcare, can have positive benefits for patients. Sites such as patientslikeme.com can provide support and interaction with other patients who have similar conditions. Patients can share diet, physician, and other information a patient may not find on their own. Within the […]

Genesys XXI

The 21st Annual Genesys Partners Venture Dinner — Genesys XXI– Tuesday night at the Union League Club in New York included more than 100 invited venture capitalists, investors, journalists, entrepreneurs, and industry executives. As always, Jim Kollegger — CEO of Genesys Partners and one of the pioneers of the information industry — was an elegant master […]