The introduction of IT into healthcare has not followed a smooth path. In the early days, like-minded people came together from different professional backgrounds but with a shared interest in getting technology to work for patients and staff. This book contains recollections of the development of healthcare computing in the UK and includes references to published documents. It is aimed at researchers and health informaticians who wish to understand and avoid the mistakes of the past.
Part of the time, you're an immortal god. Part of the time, you're a mortal doctor. Each life comes with its own problems, and you've got the problems of both! And to top it all off, what do you do when you fall in love with a mortal woman?
The future of transportation is coming faster than ever. Cars that drive themselves are already on the road giving rides to people all day long. When they become widespread, every part of society will change as everyone can enjoy the pleasure of their own chauffeur. The transformation of society will be one of the greatest ever, redefining how we think about our cities, our homes, and our daily lives. Adults will have more time, children will have more freedom, and everyone will be able to accomplish more while letting the robots handle the chore of maneuvering the cars. The book is split into 80 very short chapters examining different ways that society will change.
Part 1: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00V... Emily applies for a secretarial position at a leading technology firm, and meets the man of her dreams. Her problem? It is her boss, Carl Vadal. As Emily tries to hold back from developing feelings for the handsome, powerful man, she finds out that he has other plans..
Note: This book contains very steamy scenes between a curvy black woman and a, white alpha male. Mature readers only!
José Paronella was a Spanish migrant, who came to Australia from Catalonia in 1913. Like many Southern Europeans, he worked in North Queensland canefields and by saving his money bought his own farm. This was only the beginning of José's ambitions. He went on to make a fortune by buying and selling farms and other investments. He needed this money for a particular purpose - to build his dream, a Spanish Castle and Pleasure Grounds set in the tropical rainforest. This is the story of the fulfilment of his vision and the part nature played in the tragedy which later wiped out so many of his creations. José was a man who attempted the impossible; who loved Australia passionately. He was a visionary, a pioneer, farmer, architect, builder, engineer, landscape designer and buisnessman. Above all, José was an interesting and complex man - he was shrewd and ambitious; confident and proud; a perfectionist; quick-tempered; sexy and handsome; gregarious and fun-loving; loyal to family and friends.