I recently read The Filter Bubble - What the Internet is hiding from you by Eli Pariser. As you’re probably aware, Google looks at your search history and takes it into consideration in subsequent queries. While over time our search becomes refined and personalized, Pariser argues that this happens at the expense of making our world view increasingly myopic. If ... Continue Reading about Book Notes: The Filter Bubble
I’m preparing a new presentation on doctors, patients and information. I’ve decided that I'm no longer going to display quotes on health search. I always felt that I had to make the case. But it's official: lots of people search Google for health information. It's no longer remarkable. It no longer changes the way an audience sees things. How many years after ... Continue Reading about Are Health Search Statistics Relevant?