Archive for November, 2006

A couple of weeks ago I came home from giving a presentation, only to learn that the speaker for another organization whose board I’m on had to cancel because of a family emergency. I was the one who’d gotten the speaker, so I said I’d step up and give a presentation on web optimization. They […]

Last night, my wife and I went to see the movie Happy Feet. It’s an animated feature about a penguin who doesn’t know how to sing, but dances instead. This is a problem because it’s how penguins communicate, and how they find the one that they’re going to create new life with. I’ve waited 18 […]


Diagnosis codes, for billing and coding purposes, are known as ICD-9 codes. That stands for International Classification of Diseases, 9th revision. We’ve been using these codes for decades now, adding and modifying as needed. There’s a new version that’s ready to bust out, the 10th revision. Many other countries have already adopted this classification system, […]


I don’t often get quoted in other blogs, something I hope changes as I get to the point of fame that I, probably stupidly, want to reach some day. So I admit surprise and elation at being quoted in one of the blogs I have on my blogroll, which I’d added just because I like […]


I’m not going to get political with this post, but suffice it to say that, on November 7th, the nation decided it was time to go a different direction, and later on the 8th, the nation learned that, indeed, both houses of Congress had gone the Democratic way. This was a major turnaround of our […]

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