Yesterday’s jammed-packed day at TEDMED has been outstandingly summarized and diarized by Patricia Salber. The recurring thread that I noted throughout a fruitful day of talks was that Moore’s Law, the formula for the exponential growth of computing capacity, was invoked, I counted, at least three times during the day, and has given American medicine a sense of inevitable optimism.
Songwriters: Frank Rogers and Darius Rucker Until the steel guitar signals (ding ding ding!) country music at exactly 11 seconds into Darius Rucker’s latest single, it’s easy to mistake the tune and for a new sampling from ’90s alt-... Read Post
Songwriters: Darius Rucker, Frank Rogers and Clay Mills. Darius Rucker’s music career has been one of dichotomies. Like his commercially successful but critically spotty stint as frontman of rock outfit Hootie & the Blowfish, Rucker... Read Post