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+1 ...additionally, I also forsee the emergence of bottom-up "captive health insurance" communities using wearable healthtech for analytics, monitoring, prevention, prediction and accountability. I commented to this effect on the AVC blog some time ago. Have you Max Levchin's keynote that explores some of the concepts you have mentioned? http://max.levch.in/post/41116802381/dld13-keynote
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Spot on Jeff. As Vinod Khosla said recently in the NYT, "You want missionaries, not mercenaries" /@VKhosla https://twitter.com/AAinslie/status/224879351668289536
Toggle Commented Jul 19, 2012 on Big Idea vs. Lean Idea at Seeing Both Sides
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Jeff: We've also got software like Gamma/FinFisher (UK), DigiTask (German), ERA (Swiss), Hacking Team (Italy) that are being used by more govts. -- See recent post in French OWNI: FinFisher: For All Your Intrusive Surveillance Needs http://bit.ly/vJajfJ Are we past Midnight?!
@JohnR: Is the iTV-Momentum product along the lines of Palentir and RecordedFuture?
twitter.com/AAinslie is now following Jonas
Oct 16, 2010
@Rodrigo: I spend a couple of months per year in Paris and would love to know how to access Hulu from France. Any pointers? Thx. @AAinslie
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Apr 1, 2010
You find this interesting: Putting metadata onto tweets (& other objects) with #FluidDB http://blogs.fluidinfo.com/fluidDB/2009/12/01/putting-metadata-onto-tweets-with-fluiddb/
Toggle Commented Dec 1, 2009 on Checkins: Not Just for Places Anymore at Ltrain
"Ambient Networks in the Data Decade: The Neotribal Paradigm." Sounds like a fun book to crowdsource. Interested?
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Thats funny dude. Damn you look scary in the morning! www.twitter.com/aainslie
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Very interesting approach.
Toggle Commented Sep 8, 2009 on Think I nailed it at thingamy