Destruction, Sharing, and History Repeats Itself.
"The blast occurred at about 10 a.m., as children were heading home from school; many Afghan elementary schools work on three shifts a day, with the first beginning in the early morning. Children frequently cluster around troop contingents, excited by curiosity and the hopes of receiving small treats."
Build. Destroy. Kill. I'll never get it.
Today, the Department of Veterans Affairs is announcing that it will begin a program with Kaiser-Permanente for electronic health records sharing.
Read the article at VetVoice.
Matthew Alexander recently visited Cambodia and talks about his experience at the former Tuol Sleng Prison (which has been converted into a Genocide Museum).