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Are you old enough to remember the days when to get around a city you’d never visited before you stopped at a gas station and bought a street map?   858 more words

Feeling Older

Data collection, and why it is important to rural general practice

I am grateful to those rural practices who have so far returned the expenses and workforce data collection. If you have not yet returned it I wanted to explain why it is important that your practice is part of the modelling we intend to make with the data. 504 more words


errors after errors, but popular ones -- either on purpose or from blind belief.

if you listen to the explanations about time dilation due to speed, then most of them are wrong. they contradict themselves. especially those who claim that time dilation due to speed is proven with the atomic clock tests on planes and on gps satellites, which must make adjustments because their clocks are running faster. 501 more words


Playing with GPS and GIS

Consumer behavior

Modern day transit information includes a ton of  useful things: lines, stops, time, position. The first two have been around for more than a century, so they come as no surprise. 437 more words


Scientist and fishermen work to conserve sharks

A young researcher working in Sabah is hoping to make significant inroads into shark and ray conservation in Sabah with the help of local fishermen. 598 more words


#Manager #GPS

I was watching this video of Sadhguru where he was asked why do we need Gurus? And in his trademark style, he explained using the analogy of GPS. 469 more words

Scottish Deep End Project

A report on the Scottish Deep End Project has been published on the project website at Institute of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Glasgow. 45 more words

Scottish Health & Social Care