Do NOT Think That Prince Philip, 97-Years Old, Queen’s Husband Or Not, Should Be Driving On Public Roads.
Wow. This blew my mind. He is 97-years old. That is one heck of an age. Driving … on public roads. That just doesn’t seem right.
What I always say about older drivers. It is not that they can kill themselves. That is OK. It is that they can kill somebody else. We were all LUCKY here. The 70-year old couple involved in the accident were not badly hurt. But, they could have been. If they were, or if they were killed, there would have been hell to pay.
Yes, he is essentially ‘King’, but this is also the 21st century. He can’t go around causing mayhem.
I kind of like him. He, of course, is not in the same league as the Queen. Something about him. To I, he comes across as a total toff. But, I don’t dislike him. Find him vaguely amusing. Yes, appreciate that he has done a lot for the Queen and as such for the country and us. So, I am cool with that. This is not about him personally. It is about a 97-year old driving.
I am so glad it ended like it did. It could have been so, so worse.
Two ECG traces — one from SplenCare other from KardiaMobile.
Notice, they look very much alike. That is GOOD.
OK, I am lucky enough to be able to have BOTH, the $99 AliveCor KardiaMobile & the $79 SplendCare unit.
As you can see from the two plots above the readings I got from the two, despite the $20 price difference, is very much the same.
Given that equivalence, I have to say that I prefer the less expensive SplendCare unit more, and it would be the one that I recommend.
What is my main reason. Bluntly put, much less hassle. SplendCare, with its cute, built-in screen, is a standalone unit. Take it out of the box, charge it and BANG you get a reading. You don’t have to download an APP, register, wait for a doctor to do the first reading etc. That is way cool. Plus, unlike the KardiaMobile it is not obnoxious. With the ‘Kardia’ it is always ’10 questions’ before you can get started. Not so with the SplendCare. Pleasure to use.
Yes, I did install the Windows APP. Easy enough. And downloading the ECG readings via USB was a piece of cake. So, that is the key theme …. easy, easy, easy. I liked it.
If you need a ECG unit get the SplendCare for $79. Money well spent.
I had been expecting an update to Garmin Express for a couple of weeks. We had been at 6.10 for quite some time.
So, being told that there was a new version did not surprise me. So, I updated to 18.104.22.168 about an hour ago. Can’t say I noticed anything different. With Garmin, that is NOT a bad thing.
The New Book.
Well, well, well.
Chris Christie explains what it is all about.
Yes, it is definitely size related, but not size in a Freudian sense.
Trump thinks long ties make you look THINNER.
A long tie. These two fatsos are crazy.
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Apple Watch 4 has 4 important HEALTH-related features, of particular pertinence to seniors. They are:
- ECG/EKG reading off the wrist.
- Fall detection using gyroscope.
- Emergency SOS (i.e., 911) calling.
- Relaxation (reduce stress) APP.
In theory, these features could help insurers safe money. So, that is what this is all about. Some Medicare Advantage plans (and I do have a Humana Plan) pay for Health Club membership. So, this along those same lines.
This would be HUGE for Apple. If Seniors start promenading around with Apple Watch 4s others will follow. Great marketing for Apple. The best.