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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Funniest Moment in Modern Film - Robin Williams and James Earl Jones in "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn"
Without a Doubt, IMHO, this is the funniest moment recorded in Modern Film. Starring Academy Award Winning Actors Robin Williams and James Earl Jones from the film The Angriest Man in Brooklyn...
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
|Image Courtesy of Eligible|
With the passage of The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), our government created a set of standards defining the kind of transactions that your doctor, your insurance company, Durable Medical Equipment Providers (DMEs) and a whole host of other participants in the health care sector carry out while delivering your health care to you (and making sure it's paid for...)
|Image Courtesy of CMS|
Posted By Bryan Hoffpauir (BJ Hoffpauir) 5/20/2014 07:52:00 PM
Labels: ACA Ventures , Ameda Direct , API , CMS , EDI , Eligible , Health Care , Health Insurance , HIPAA , information technology , Insurance , Medicaid , Medicare , ObamaCare , Programming , REST , Technology , X12 , Y-Combinator , YouTube
Sunday, May 04, 2014
|Image Courtesy of Festival International de Louisiane|
I was only able to catch a few shows this year, but two of my favorite bands in the world happened to be playing and delivered amazing performances. In honor of both my own "patrimoine français" & this year's lineup, here's a few of my take-aways "en francsais," as Madame Price would remind me to say ;)
Monday, March 31, 2014
|The Social Media Breakfast Club (Shanna Perkins via The Comit Developers Blog)|
Shanna Perkins, SEO & Internet Marketing Specialist at Comit Developers, wrote a great post on the different strengths and weaknesses of the most popular social media platforms last week.
Given that I'm old enough to remember watching The Breakfast Club in the movie theaters, I was particularly fond of her use of the characters from the movie to describe the traits of each social media platform. It's a great way to offer a perspective that everyone can relate to - even if you didn't watch the movie ;)