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American Physicians Are Putzes

By |2018-06-15T16:55:19+00:00June 12th, 2018|Trends|

Published[1] on December 18, 2016

Reprinted with permission of author, Howard Green, MD

This article was published a while ago. It is seeing a second life on many of the blog sites. While many of the premises in the article are well-known to our colleagues, seeing it all in one place is a wake-up call.


I’m […]

Online Platform Legal Immunity and Human Trafficking

By |2017-09-28T16:40:23+00:00September 26th, 2017|Online reviews|

Since 1996, online platforms have been mostly immune from tort liability for content posted on their sites. If you had a beef with the content, your sole remedy was/is to file an action against the person who posted the content. Not easy to do. The platforms are immune because of a provision called […]

One Person Who Should Have Kept His Apple 

By |2017-08-17T11:56:45+00:00August 17th, 2017|News|

How many people founded Apple? 

If you’re like me, you confidently answered two. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. In 1996. 

But, there was a third founder.  

Ronald Wayne.  

He worked with Steve Jobs previously at Atari. He received a 10% equity stake for designing the original Apple logo, writing the Apple I manual, drafting […]

Internet Trolls – A Nocturnal Beast

By |2017-08-04T17:08:38+00:00August 1st, 2017|Online reputation|

If you have an online presence, and the public has access to comment about you or your business, sooner or later, you’ll get beaten up. The technical word for this is trolling. An inappropriate, egregious, or personal attack. Trolling is more a matter of tone than substance.