Category Archives: intersections

2nd Annual Edition: Crowdsourced Health Predictions for 2016 (download and share your free copy)

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  Holy Moly! What a year it’s been! 2015 was a wild ride filled with the unexpected, unimaginable, and unusual. And you know what? I wouldn’t have had it any other way. So what’s in store for 2016? Each year, all the healthcare pundits take stabs at predicting the future with the odds of a poorly played…

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Highlights & Photos from Unusual Intersections | Washington, DC

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When Sunday, September 27th, 2015 came around, I had no idea what to expect. After 9 months of planning for our inaugural event series, UNUSUAL INTERSECTIONS, the day came and went…but the vibe, connections, friendships, hugs, and collaborations will forever live on! As described by one attendee, “it was an unusual blend…

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Unusual Tip #43,252,003,274,489,856,000

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Do you know what this number represents? Here’s a hint: It has 6 colored slides, 21 pieces, and 54 outer surfaces. ** WARNING: SPOILER ALERT BELOW ** You guessed it…it’s the most iconic 3 dimensional puzzle of our time – the Rubik’s Cube.  43,252,003,274,489,856,000 represents the number of possible configurations for…

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Unusual Tip #06: I’ve Got Two Turntables And… An (Unusual) Idea

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As a recreational musician, I’ve always been passionate about music. It’s probably why I love the idea of innovation so much. The parallels are more than you probably realize. The creation of music is primarily driven by influences…influences from prior artists, from our emotions, from our experiences.  All of these combined, and…

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Unusual Tip #04: The Dumb-ification of Specialized Experts

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I’ve been struggling with the answer to a simple question: “Can you reverse knowledge bias?” How we perceive people in society is largely dependent on a narrow perspective bias that associates one’s knowledge based on education and vocation. This is not surprising since it helps us better understand our functional…

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