USC has built a car that monitors vital signs and driving patterns in order to help drivers make healthier choices while on the road. The post suggests the car could help us make better decisions around our health. Is this useful in a car? Do we want this?
For a long time, I've found interesting tidbits and broadcast them to the universe via twitter (@gabrielscheer). However, I've resolved to get better at putting some of those finds, and the thinking that goes with them, on this blog.
Dear next President:
The words "climate change" are pretty unequivocal, stating that we can expect change. "Change" implies things that we can't necessarily predict, in as much as we can predict anything weather related.
RVL, my company, is a social innovation consultancy. What does that mean?