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Terje Norderhaug
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My #mindcontrol #googleglass  mockup from May 2013... Nod to #MindSocket     #mindRDR

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Twenty years ago the web started to show up on the radar, although still limited to a few pioneers. HyperText'93 was the first major conference where the web had a substantial presence. Yet the web as a topic was nearly absent from the papers and presentations due to its novelty.

There were several posters at the conference though. Mine reported on using the web to provide interactive university-level courses, based on a summer project at the University of Oslo, Norway. I also demonstrated "XHTML" which extended HTML with semantic tags and mathematical visualizations. I still remember another poster showing how a web browser could be used as an alternative UI for the filesystem and OS. 

Ted Nelson, who coined the term 'hypertext', said after his talk that he thought the web was an excellent step forward. By the next year it was everywhere. Twenty years later, many of the good ideas from back then are mainstream.

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FutureMed by +Singularity University coming to San Diego, with a distinguished faculty that includes +Ray Kurzweil, +Esther Dyson, +Peter H. Diamandis ,+Eric Topol, +Larry Smarr, +Tim O'Reilly  and many others. An honor to be accepted to present +Predictably Well and  our pilot to empower patients with inflammatory conditions by forecasting disease flare-ups.

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MedCity News feature story about +Predictably Well use of big data analytics to forecast flare-ups of chronic disease symptoms.

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Today we're launching NEXT in San Diego, an intensive 5 week pre-accelerator program for early stage startups. It combines the forces of Steve Blank, Startup Weekend, Udacity, Techstars and Startup America to offer some of the world's most effective entrepreneurial education, customizing Steve Blank's Lean Launchpad curriculum into an in-depth, in-person, mentor-supported hands-on course that guides a startup team through the process of customer discovery.

Brant Cooper is local advisor to the program. We have some of the best startup mentors in the area on board. Ten startup teams have signed up, so we're closed for new registrations, but we're already planning another round later in the spring.

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Predictably Well is prominently featured in today's San Diego Union Tribune as one of the paper's six chosen finalists for the 25th Most Innovative New Product awards. The article quotes me saying: “What we want to do with future versions is take what we learn in San Diego and then reach out nationally and globally.” Watch out, world!

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A new study relevant for us interested in forecasting wellness.
The hormones in women's menstrual cycle can affect asthma and couching. Norwegian researchers studied almost 4,000 women, and found worse symptoms around ovulation. Coughing was worse following ovulation for those with asthma, those who were overweight and smokers. The findings suggest women might benefit from tailored medication regimes. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-20255966

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New York Times writes about the MOOC study groups I've been organizing the past year. "Fifteen people met each week at the Ansir Innovation Center, a community space with big tables and comfortable chairs, in the Kearny Mesa neighborhood of San Diego."

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My new iPhone app is now available in the Apple app store. It is made for people affected by allergies, asthma and autoimmune conditions, and generates a personalized forecast of their wellness by learning when, where and what correlates with their daily condition.

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University education is on way to be substantially disrupted. Good.
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