02/14/2008 | 9:29 am
Get free anti-virus software with your Valentine’s Day flowers.
And you’ll need it, if you open the wrong Valentine’s e-card.
Are Internet-savvy patients changing medicine? (Earlier)
The professor’s dress code.
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Incidentally, much of that “free” software is free all the time. Or rather, there are free “trial” versions available that do everything you actually need (and will usually last indefinitely). What are the economics of free software like, I wonder?
Our doctor is taking care of hundreds of patients (plus she has her own family). We’re taking care of two. It’s obvious who has more time to find & read information on our specific combinations of medical conditions and history. Easy access to information is the stickler, and now with the internet we have it.
The doctor’s general knowledge of medicine, plus our extreme specialization in our own ongoing conditions and medical history, are a great combination.
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