Clarity in Communications

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Mon May 7 00:32:34 CDT 2012

Or in the real world, an ability to understand gobbledygook is also useful. 

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From: "Andre Kesteloot" <andre.kesteloot at> 
To: "Tacos" <tacos at> 
Sent: Saturday, 5 May, 2012 7:55:16 PM 
Subject: Clarity in Communications 


The May issue of the IEEE Communications Magazine published an article, the abstract of which started as follows: 


A new paradigm for ubiquitous healthcare characterized by pervasive continuous vital sign data collection, real-time processing of monitored data to derive meaningful physiological parame­ ters, and context-aware data- and patient-centric decision making, is central to deliver personalized healthcare solutions to the elderly and the physi­ cally challenged. 


IMHO, in communications, clarity is a useful quality. 

André N4ICK 

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