I started my blog over 15 years ago. Yes – it’s been less active in recent years, and as I reflect on why I’ve been less active – only part of the reason is that I was working for a publicly traded company from 2008-2011 .. and a federal agency from 2011 – 2014. Both of these organizations have reasons to control the messages of their employees. I needed to be cautious about what I blogged. So I didn’t blog publicly very much.
But since November, I’ve had no excuse. And yet nothing much flowed from these fingertips.
It should have. Back in the day – THCB and Docnotes – and a handful of other sites offered bookmarks and observations on health care delivery, the convergence of health care and IT, and random observations. These days – there is a tidal wave of these things on the Internet. I sometimes question whether MY contributions are of any value now that there is so much out there. I remember when Dave Winer toyed with killing his blog. He didn’t. Nor should I. This post celebrates the not-killing of my new blog, and the beginning of the NEXT 15 years of my public observations.
Here goes ..