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  1. Jul 2016
    1. Redelmeier & Tibshirani - assoc cellphone calls/auto crashes 1997

    2. DOT wireless comm in autos study 2003

    3. 249. Alm H, Nilsson L. Changes in driver behaviour as a function of handsfree mobile phones: a simulator study. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 1993, 26:441–451

      Alm & Nilsson - handsfree mobile usage

    4. 4x risk of crash--who are using or simply have them in the cabin?

    5. drivers have difficulty maintain-ing the correct positions in their lanes, maintaining appropriate speeds and judging and accepting safe gaps in traffic

      what portion of the driver's mind is apportioned to the call? This is probably not research based on smartphones, but on just talking.

    6. Research (249, 250) has shown that the reaction time of drivers increases by 0.5 to 1.5 seconds when they are talking on hand-held phones

      This is research based on a "moveable" interface, not a fixed one.

  2. May 2015
    1. Most of these difficulties would be addressed by the fundamental characteristics of a digital annotation system. The digital annotation system would automatically store and link annotations and sources with machine tidiness. As noted above, it is more than likely in a distributed system that annotations will be stored separately from the sources to which they refer. However, unlike the real-world equivalents, they would automatically hold information that links them effectively to the associated source. However, it is incumbent upon that system to display a clear association between annotation and source. But the potentially limitless capacity of an electronic writing space, indeed one that expands its viewing size to the later reader commensurate with the size of text inserted, would easily resolve the analogue annotator's problem of insufficient writing space. Moreover, it is worth taking into consideration the change that such expanded capacity may have upon the behaviour of annotators; an uncramped writing space may equally 'uncramp' their style and encourage them to be more expansive and, possibly, more informative. Equally important, there is no limit upon subsequent annotations relating to the original source or, for that matter, to the initial annotation. Clearly an example where the distributed nature of digital annotation presents a clear advantage. Even a clearer annotation generally still lacks all or some of the following: an author, or author status, a date or time, and where the annotation relies on other text or supporting evidence, (e.g. "This contradicts his view in Chapter 3"), it may have no clear direct reference either. A further complication might be the annotations, (or even counter-annotations) of another anonymous party. It is worth remarking that a digital system would be able to record the date and time of the annotation action, the source, and give some indication of the person who initiated the marking. If it were deemed unacceptable in certain systems, the annotation could be rejected as giving inadequate content. Once again the advantage of virtually unlimited writing space would allow the annotator to quote, if desired, the text to which (s)he refers elsewhere; alternatively the functionality that permits the annotator to highlight a source could also be adapted to permit the highlighting of a reference item for inclusion in the annotation body as a hypertext link. Some, but not necessarily all of the analogue difficulties may have been encountered; but they all serve to illustrate the difficulties that arise the moment annotations cease only to be read by their original author. It is outside that limited context that we largely need to consider annotations in the distributed digital environment. Picking up on this aspect, we might therefore consider the challenge posed by any system of annotation that intends to have an audience of greater than one, and, conceivably of scores or hundreds of annotators and annotation readers. Irrespective of their number, what makes such multiple annotations unreliable is one's ignorance of the kind of person who made the annotation: expert? amateur? joker? authority? Who wrote the annotation probably ranks as more important than any other undisclosed information about it. In this regard an annotator is no different from an author or writer of papers. Understanding the authority with which an annotation is made can be a key determinant in users' behaviour when accessing annotations across a distributed system.

      refs to role of UX in enabling digital annot to best "handwritten annots"

  3. Feb 2014
  4. Jan 2014
    1. Kaiser Permanente's My Health Manager—a PHR that is integrated into the health system's patient portal
    1. The Boston Consulting Group is a global management consulting firm and the world's leading advisor on business strategy
    1. Chinese Greens with Black Mushrooms

      You can also order the greens of the day in garlic/ginger sauce. Just ask.

    2. Sautéed Prawns with Roasted Chili Pepper (In Shell) *

      Difficult to eat the whole thing. SO many chiles. A lot of oil. But nice and spicy.

  5. Dec 2013
    1. launchctl load ~/Library/LaunchAgents/homebrew.mxcl.elasticsearch.plist

      assuming this is for < OSX ML

    2. npm -g install coffee-script


    3. npm -g install handlebars

      this worked in sudo, too.

    4. npm -g install uglify-js

      had to install this as sudo

    5. go


    1. On 3 September 2009 a wild fire swept through this small, family run chicken farm. It seemed like the end of the business. Friends, family and the larger community joined together to bring Soul Food Farms back to its feet


    2. represent the EEG of my mind
    3. I have available online


    4. my

      first person?

    5. minute ideas and narrative whims

      review actual content and update

    6. I

      first person?

    7. filmography


    8. our

      who is "our"?

    9. my

      first person?

    10. my

      should these be first person?