The Opening For Personalized Health

My interest in personalized health began at the park with my son, shortly after his first brain surgery to treat a condition called hydrocephalus. I remember the moment in full color. I’m pushing my five-month-old son in the baby swing, his head in a beanie to hide the semi-circular scar left behind by brain surgery. I am wondering if kids like him who love swings have better medical outcomes because of what centripetal force might do for his condition.
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NFTs and Schrödinger’s Blockchain

Bitcoin and all of the related technology behind it seems to divide people sharply into two camps: those who think it is revolutionary and those who think it’s a scam waiting to collapse in on itself. I’m more of a mind that all of blockchain technology is a bit like Schrödinger’s Cat: it’s both alive…

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Swimming Naked

Warren Buffet famously quipped: “only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked.” Every startup is a skinny dipper slipping into the ocean while swimmers are looking the other way. The hope is to find a suit before the tide goes out.
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