Month: January 2020

Ignaz Semmelweis

Tone Matters

There is more to the story of Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis than merely the fact that people will discount the possibility that they are, in fact, responsible for things that happen. Another part of the story which is important to us is found in how Dr. Semmelweis responded to criticism. To put things mildly and diplomatically,… Read More

US Supreme Court to consider TCPA case

https://www.supremecourt.gov/docket/docketfiles/html/public/19-631.html is the docket page for Barr, et al., v. American Association of Political Consultants, Inc., et al. This is a TCPA case involving automated calls with both the Petitioner and the Respondent in agreement as to what they feel the outcome should be. The favored result would probably gut the TCPA’s prohibition against the… Read More

Ignaz Semmelweis

Sometimes, it’s you

Today’s post comes to us from the story of a 19th-century doctor: Ignaz Semmelweis. Dr. Semmelweis was an obstetrician in Vienna who obtained his degree in 1844 and was appointed assistant at the obstetric clinic in Vienna’s General Hospital. There were two wards at the clinic. One was staffed by doctors and trainees. The other… Read More

Why Is Policy Important?

Policies are important documents, but not everyone understands why they exist. Policies exist in order to delineate what is allowable and what is not. They also exist in order to inform people as to what rules will be followed in certain situations. This blog has both kinds of policies. We have a Privacy Policy that… Read More