Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Bezoar ibex (Capra aegagrus): Stanford "Medicine Grand Rounds: Democratizing Knowledge to Reduce Disparities in Healthcare – Project ECHO", WUaS Corporation Board development, Medical School collaborations re online WUaS Medical Schools in all countries' official languages - and with Project Echo and Stanford Global Health Initiatives?, How would sound from a recording from a realistic virtual earth of a tunnel below the Library of Alexandria sound today compared with when the tunnel was built - is a mind expanding question?, Stanford talk just now - "Paula Matthusen: Sounds in Remembered Spaces and before"


Dear Dr. Arora,

Very nice to meet and talk with you this morning after your Stanford Grand Rounds' excellent talk "Medicine Grand Rounds: Democratizing Knowledge to Reduce Disparities in Healthcare – Project ECHO" - http://medicinecalendars.stanford.edu/event/medicine-grand-rounds-democratizing-knowledge-to-reduce-disparities-in-healthcare-project-echo/.

When might be some good possible times to potentially talk on the phone about Project ECHO and World University and School's planned online Medical Schools and teaching hospitals in all countries and their official and main languages - and possible collaborations?

Thank you too for sharing your card with me.

Looking forward very much to talking further with you. Thank you.

All the best,
Scott

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Dear Dr. Prober,

Very nice to meet and talk with you this morning after Stanford Grand Rounds' excellent talk by Dr. Sanjeev Arora's "Medicine Grand Rounds: Democratizing Knowledge to Reduce Disparities in Healthcare – Project ECHO" - http://medicinecalendars.stanford.edu/event/medicine-grand-rounds-democratizing-knowledge-to-reduce-disparities-in-healthcare-project-echo/.

When might be some good possible times to meet and talk about Stanford's Global Health Initiatives and World University and School's planned online Medical Schools and teaching hospitals in all countries and their official and main languages?

Thank you too for sharing your card with me.

Looking forward very much to talking further with you. Thank you.

All the best,
Scott


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Project ECHO is extraordinary ... and WUaS may be able to help with plans for all countries' official languages ...


Project ECHO

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfqRwNd0Nao


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ECHO Project - Sanjeev Arora M.D.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bpIvC-ashE

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Hi, M,

Will probably head to Stanford to develop WUaS Corp further as well as focus on writing my next book - of poetry.

Wanting to make advances in the WUaS Corporation with Board and Officers (will probably work with Bylaws from Nolo Press related), and create an entity that is both excellent in all ~204 countries and all 7,099 living languages and returns 11.5% in perpetuity, if possible ... and where the communication between both wings is well-focused, generative and excellent legally as well.

Just heard back from Gerd that he's not available to be on the WUaS Corporation Board. He's excellent and very knowledgeable in STEM and synthetic biology, and is an Apple Programmer, but I most appreciate the quality of communication I see in his email, and have experienced in knowing him. He's in some of the Google group video Hangouts from 2012 here below on my web page -

"Hi Scott,

Great to hear from you. Unfortunately, I am quite busy and not able to take more responsibilities for the present. Good luck with your next steps.

All the best

Gerd


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Hi Gerd,

Nice to meet with you in Google Hangouts in the Stanford Startup Board course 5 years ago ... http://scottmacleod.com/papers.htm.

As the new WUaS Corporation emerges, and as we file the legal paperwork for this, I'm writing to inquire whether you would be available please to become a WUaS Corp Board member of this for-profit company (with the Synthetic Biology / related STEM portfolio), forking from World University and School -
http://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2016/01/14-planned-wuas-revenue-streams.html
- for just a couple of hours per week/month? In the process of incorporating newly as a for-profit, the startup WUaS Corporation will be able to offer only shares to Board members.

The WUaS Corporation seeks to be in each of all ~200 countries and their official languages, and in all 8,444 languages, as academic markets.

How best could we possibly please talk further about this?

Thank you!

Best regards,
Scott"


... There's a quality of ethic and integrity and reason I appreciate in all of our communications - that are both caring and also realistic in modernity/internetity (a term I think I've coined).


But I'm also very very appreciative of my friendly communication with Larry over the years of developing World University and School, and re this new WUaS Corporation too.

L,
Scott


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Hi M,

How is your day going? It's cooler here in San Mateo area just north of Stanford this afternoon compared with Canyon.

Stanford Medicine's Grand Rounds meets tomorrow morning at 8 which means a waking up at 5 am morning ... Just left Stanford after a great talk by Wesleyan Professor "Paula Matthusen: Sounds in Remembered Spaces and before" - https://events.stanford.edu/events/702/70213/ - whom I've emailed and hope to stay in communication with academically.

She records sound from underground tunnels and in all sorts of places, and composes musical pieces from this - quite remarkably.

How would sound from a recording from a realistic virtual earth of a tunnel below the Library of Alexandria sound today compared with when the tunnel was built - is a mind expanding question?

Or sound from the tunnels of ancient Rome - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Greek_and_Roman_architectural_records - some of which you touched on?

Heard back from a first likely affirmative WUaS Corp Board member, who is a Doctor of Pharmacology, and has a Stanford MBA, and who is originally from India .... D.J. ... all big pluses ... and perhaps with the Pharmacology / India / Stanford Business School-related portfolios :) Have emailed her asking if I can add her to name to the Board list in the next paperwork filing steps. Perhaps she's even looking for a job ... and perhaps can be remunerated in shares.

Re Internetity - I wrote about this in my paper in Nelson Graburn's course in 2001 ... (and think I coined it ... see, for example - https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2009/03/cobra-lily-plants-internetity-video.html ...


Will email a few further invitations to the WUaS Corp soon ...

L,
Scott


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Good morning, M,

Here I was at Grand Rounds ... and I had read just before this that there's a bike sale for $33.50 each beginning at 7 am by the Stanford Police, which I've checked out - get a ticket early come back at 11:45 to line up in numerical order.

The talk's by Dr. Arora MD from New Mexico, originally from India, about Democratizing Healthcare knowledge ...

"Medicine Grand Rounds: Democratizing Knowledge to Reduce Disparities in Healthcare – Project ECHO" ... right up WUaS's online avenue . . Not making video rounds examining unique symptoms and diagnosing them on the fly ... was SO great ... I'll email him since he gave me my card ... and  Stanford's Dr Charles Prober, who focuses on these questions, and who gave me his card too!!!!!!

Would be great if the WUaS online bookstore planned first in 358 languages with Wikisource's Creative Common's commercial licensing for the database could emerge out if both Quaker EarthLight bookstore and Stanford's ... and develop with IT into all of Wikipedia's 358 languages then into all 7,099 living languages.

How are you?

L,
Scott

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Stanford Medical Bookstore that is :) ... and in all countries' official lAnguages at WUaS's online medical schools and teaching hospitals :)

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Dear Paula,

Thanks for your great Stanford talk just now - "Paula Matthusen: Sounds in Remembered Spaces and before" - https://events.stanford.edu/events/702/70213/ - and great to talk afterward.

More about the planned wiki Music School at World University and School here - https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch/status/876902749035573248 (planned for all instruments +, each a wiki subject page for open teaching and learning, in all 7,099 living languages) - and beginning Music Composition, and Computer Music wiki subject pages as well (before WUaS moves to a new wiki emerging from Wikidata / Mediawiki (Wikipedia's database and front end in 358 languages). Wiki CC WUaS is like CC Wikipedia with CC MIT OCW (in 7 languages).

More about a realistic virtual earth here - http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/search/label/virtual%20world - but here's the Harbin Hot Springs gate house in Streetview - https://twitter.com/HarbinBook - from which conceptually WUaS would like to create a STEM field site and classroom - with time slider - and in all 7,099 living languages.

(Beginning wiki Library Resources wiki pages, planned also in all 7,099 living languages is here - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Library_Resources ... )

In what ways will be able to create new musical pieces re your talk, pieces and "Sounds in Remembered Spaces and before" I wonder?

Thank you, and nice to meet you - and let's stay in touch!

Best regards,
Scott


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Hi Gregory,

Thanks for your email, and sounds great. As prospective WUaS Corporation Board member (with the finance portfolio), one question I've been thinking about in the big picture is how to generate 11.5% annual returns in perpetuity with all 10 planned for-profit revenue streams (currently) in each of all ~200 countries and indeed in each of all 7,099 living languages in Ethnologue (8,444 entries in languages in Glottolog), each an academic market. And how best too to anticipate going public in each of all ~200 countries' official languages (i.e. be listed and traded on their stock markets) ... while developing with bit coin and the blockchain and planning for helping develop an universal basic income with related taxation country by country. Conceptually this could all develop with Quickbooks/Turbotax/Intuit Multi-store in all of their languages, as well as Wikidata (Wikipedia's database in 358 languages) and related databases - and with WUaS law school and computer science students writing this code, in each country's language. You could add potentially enormous value in helping to develop the financial language for this step by step. The potential WUaS shares for this, especially once we get financially operational, would be significant.

Thanks and looking forward to talking further about this!

Regards,
Scott






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