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Meer dan 100.000 Nederlanders hebben zich al voor de oprichting van het Nationaal Zorgfonds uitgesproken. Willen met andere woorden het ziekenfonds terug. Lagere premies en de afschaffing van het eigen risico zijn twee belangrijke ijkpunten waarmee in elk geval de SP en 50PLUS bij de kiezer hopen te scoren. 209 more words


How connected cars are turning into revenue-generating machines

History repeats herself, but she mumbles. Some have expressed that she enjoys rhymes or puns. One must lean in close and listen carefully to understand exactly what she’s getting at. 1,971 more words


The magic authors can conjure up.

Originally published in the Bridport News. I write for them, each week, as a guest columnist.

Authors possess an incredible skill: the ability to remind readers that they are not alone, that their feelings are important, to transport a reader out of reality, into a great fantasy. 320 more words


INNOVATE2016: How digital can reinvent American government

One of America’s leading experts on the technology of government is Bill Eggers, the executive director of Deloitte’s Center for Government Insights.

Eggers’ great observation, articulated in his new book  195 more words


Retooling AI for the workplace

One of the first computers required punch cards. I repeat, punch cards. Yes, you would take a piece of paper with tiny holes and use it to interact with the device. 1,682 more words



I believe the first thing I ever had published was a letter to the editor of my small town newspaper. I was a child and someone ran over my cat and didn’t stop. 393 more words

5 ways beacons are transforming the enterprise

Bluetooth beacons are proven technology. So why isn’t anyone using them effectively?

Sure, companies are using them. Google uses “beacons” — you’ll find a slew of examples… 765 more words