What Will the Camera See?

A guest blog by Keith Wommack Spy Cams Installed at NY Hospital Bathrooms to Monitor Handwashing, an article by William Zimmerman at Telepresence Options, questions the correctness of recording behavior to reveal the need for change. A camera lens focused outward may indicate a need for changes in health promoting behavior, but it also creates ethical challenges. Zimmerman, in his piece,...
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Promises are Kept

My father wasn’t the best or the worst, I guess.  For one thing, he wasn’t around much and another thing, he would make, what I thought were, promises that he rarely ever kept. He would get my sister and me motivated by saying, “If you do thus and so, we might do this or that.”  And the reward or promise was always something we really wanted to do.”  We would rush around doing what...
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Focus

As we look around us, at the things that need our attention today, it is hard to decide where our thoughts and our energies are most needed.  Sometimes we spend more time trying to decide what to do next, than actually addressing a problem area.  Sometimes we choose to do too many things and nothing is satisfactorily done. “Focus,” my mother would say.  “Pick something.  Then just do...
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