Luckily, May wasn’t as hot in Phoenix as I thought it would be, but… HOW IS IT June already? I’m working on some big projects right now I hope to announce sometime in the late summer or fall, but for now, here are eight articles I wrote and two podcasts I made. (One of them is about Cobra Kai!)
Why is it OK For Cell Phone Companies to Sell Your Data to Third Parties? (Slate/Future Tense)
We shouldn’t be complacent about this.
Questions to Ask When Covering Health Care and Artificial Intelligence (Donald W. Reynolds Center for Business Journalism)
Things like algorithms and computer learning are changing health care. There are major implications for the increased use of medical technology and a number of questions reporters should keep in mind.
Researching Fraudulent Organizations in Health Care (Donald W. Reynolds Center for Business Journalism)
Investigative writer Charles Piller and Christopher Robinson, professor of law and University of Arizona associate dean for research and innovation, spoke about the science of genetic testing at the Association of Health Care Journalists health journalism conference in Phoenix. The panel offered a blueprint for uncovering and reporting on fraudulent organizations
How to Enhance Your Golf Game (Experience Life)
Expert advice for improving your golf game while also preventing overuse injuries.
Melanie Gale and I started a podcast about Cobra Kai called The Karate Chop! Episode 1 is a recap of Episode 1: Warm Beer and Bad Pizza.
Call Detail Record Surveillance Triples with Robyn Greene on the Monday Morning Dumpster Dive!