Oddly enough, I was taking the last bite of a late lunch when I processed "truffle butter", and now I'm a bit ill. Thank you for that...
I have a smartphone now with Google's Swype knockoff and I love it. But sometimes I wonder how fast I could type with T9 on a large screen...
His wife, ever the more practical, realizes they can use it to shop in the past at substantial discount. No indication if they took a sports almanac back with them to wager on...
I've been using XPrivacy for about 2 years now and can't imagine an Android device without it. I also have a very minimal HOSTS file to block the worst pop-up offenders, but I've been thinking on and off about going the full iptables firewall route. I used to use ZoneAlarm on PC to see what programs were trying to connect *to*, as much as for blocking inbounds. I miss that on Android...
Because I totally read that in Sebastian's voice!
My intent with my reply to AC was to illustrate that records-sharing doesn't necessarily violate HIPAA so long as qualified providers are doing direct care or TPO.
That said, what should be feasible at any hospital with HL7 or similar standards-based interfaces for existing vendors and/or a relatively modern EMR is that they can export the data and leave it to the NFL's team docs and IS people to import it into a human-readable form on their side.
I've worked in healthcare IT for two decades and the whole interop dream of HL7 / EDI standards is still something of an unrealized fantasy. And often for reasons cited above. But the care benefits of having easily accessed records should be evident and hopefully, achieved soon!
Even in space, it shouldn't be too hard to build something to stand 1 atmosphere.
obFuturama: SCENE - The Planet Express Ship is being dragged towards the bottom of the ocean by a colossal-mouth bass.
Leela: Depth at 45 hundred feet, 48 hundred, 50 hundred! 5000 feet!
Farnsworth: Dear Lord! That's over 150 atmospheres of pressure!
Fry: How many atmospheres can the ship withstand?
Farnsworth: Well, it's a space ship, so I'd say anywhere between zero and one.
[...] Different devices with overlapping but different use cases.
You. I like you.