RSC Policy Brief: Three Myths about Copyright Law and Where to Start to Fix it

(This document appeared briefly on a republican study committee Web site chaired by US Congressman Jim Jordan but was removed within 24 hours. I have copied it here for historical reference.) Page | 1 RSC Policy Brief: Three Myths about Copyright Law and Where to Start to Fix it: November 16, 2012 RSC Staff Contact: … Continue reading RSC Policy Brief: Three Myths about Copyright Law and Where to Start to Fix it

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I’m helping my brother-in-law get some of his previously published and as-yet unpublished works on the Kindle store. You can check his print and eBook titles out at http://amazon.com/author/mhickins His work is hilarious, often shocking, but well worth a look see. Amazon Prime members can get free stories on their Kindle. Go download!

Why Not The Best? A New Web Site for Quality Improvement Professionals

Over the past six years I’ve been building consumer-oriented report health care cards pretty much non-stop. The field is young and short on evidence, but it’s interesting work with noticeable impact. However, the truth is that the largest portion of readers of these report cards are not consumers, but providers. To that end, I have … Continue reading Why Not The Best? A New Web Site for Quality Improvement Professionals