Archive for July 2019

Recycling Roulette

Recycling Roulette
When Folks Want to Help the Environment but Can’t Figure Out the Rules I must confess I have been recycling incorrectly for years. I really want to do my share, but the rules are so confusing and the markings on containers are hard to find and difficult for old eyes to read. Consequently, I have... Read more »

Yesterday: An Endearing Movie and an Antidote for our Climate of Hate and Fear

Yesterday: An Endearing Movie and an Antidote for our Climate of Hate and Fear
Movie critics missed the boat in their reviews of Yesterday. Chicago critics in the Tribune and Sun Times gave it 2.5 stars. So, when I saw it with three generations of Beatles fans in my family, including my granddaughter who was born 33 years after The Beatles broke up, we all thought it would be... Read more »

Medical Portals Need to Connect

Medical Portals Need to Connect
Over the past year, I have received healthcare from doctors and professionals who use five different online reporting systems or medical portals for their patients. Getting blood work from one lab goes into System A and a different lab goes to System B. To retrieve messages, test results, and reminders, I have to remember log-ins... Read more »
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