Health secretary Andrew Lansley has launched a call for new ideas for health apps that would help patients make informed decisions about their care.
Category Archives: Web services
Ready to surf the Google Wave
Google is promising the launch of a real-time communication platform that ties together the best features of existing communication and collaboration tools within a browser interface.
Online collaboration tools mindmap
An adaptation of Robin Good’s recently developed “Online Collaboration Tools” mindmap.
Patient Opinion mashes up public feedback from different sources
The Patient Opinion lab have “mashed up” the public feedback which government publishes on NHS Choices website, with public feedback submitted through their own Patient Opinion site.
Government Data and the Invisible Hand
A recent academic paper ‘Government Data and the Invisible Hand’ supports the growing movement towards opening up more public sector information for public reuse. Robinson, David, Yu, Harlan, Zeller, William P. and Felten, Edward W., Government Data and the Invisible Hand. Journal of Law & Technology, Vol. 11, 2008. Yale. Available at the Social Science […]
Skype offers free telephone and video calls to Internet users
Skype is one of a number web based technologies that has helped to revolutionise the way we communicate. Find out how you too could benefit from free telephone and video calls.
Have you tried Skype – free Internet telephony?
Skype is a free web service that allows users to make telephone calls over their internet connection at no cost. Learn how you cane benefit from this free web service.