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Gender-fetishism and IT

Above we see the leader image from an article of the British Computer Society (BCS) of which I am a member (CITP). The quote ‘computing is too important to be left to men’ is from Karen Spark Jones, a professor … Continue reading

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The e-Health platform as a standards integration project

[image: (c) 2014 Imogen Brand Rakers Photography] I have argued for an open platform approach in e-Health for some years now, as have others (Ewan Davis’s Nobody Can Own the Platform post is a nice summary of the issue). It’s clear that … Continue reading

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In the beginning…

Welcome to my blog.

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