One normally sees BBC’s political correspondent Nick Robinson against a backdrop of the black door at 10 Downing Street. Last week, when I saw a quick glimpse of him doing a report from Silicon Valley, I was wondering why? It seems that Tony Blair has been rubbing shoulders with Cisco, Apple and Google; but especially with Cisco;
Medicine Weekly has a report on the the Health Ireland Portal Project.
Pebbleroad recently posted a case study about the Singapore branch of the British council implementing a intranet based wiki. Longish article, but there are some gems.
According to the piece
"The NHS is preparing a national information campaign to inform patients
about shared records. One way to build confidence would be to emphasise
that patients own their data and have a right to view it and correct
it, as well as decide who should see it."
By all accounts, the days of "implied consent" are long gone.