Volume 32 Number 1
Technology for Rural Health Care
4 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
Firsts and Goals
5 T&S INTERVIEW
Augmentation and Transcendence
6 LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Connected, Yet Disconnected
7 CALL FOR DELEGATES AND PATRONS
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - June 27-29, 2013
8 IN MEMORIAM
9 BOOK REVIEWS
Design Meets Disability
The Computer Boys Take Over
Technology Use by Senior Citizens
Computer Gaming and ADHD: Potential Positive Influences on Behavior
23 LEADING EDGE
Cyborg Cops, Googlers, and Connectivism
27 An International Perspective on U.S. Licensure of Software Engineers
Phillip A. LaPlante
U.S. licensure rules for software designers inhibit U.S. and international software development.
30 Value Integration: From Educational Computer Games to Academic Communities
William J. Frey and José A. Cruz-Cruz
Applying techniques from software development to ethics reverses the usual relation and allows ethics to learn from other disciplines.
35 Intelligent Technologies for Self-Sustaining, RFID-Based, Rural E-Health Systems*
Stanley Chia, Ali Zalzala, Laura Zalzala, and Ali Karimi
Radio frequency identification offers recordkeeping efficiency benefits for rural health care systems in developing countries.
43 Empowering Community Health Workers with Technology Solutions*
Brianna Buehler, Rene Ruggiero, and Khanjan Mehta
This community empowerment model promotes sustainable health interventions, leading to economic benefits.
52 An Argument Against “No-Look Texting” While Driving*
Even “hands free” texting while driving is dangerous and should not be legalized.
59 Robots and the Internet: Causes for Concern*
Jason Borenstein and Keith Miller
A malicious actor could cause serious harm by manipulating how a robot functions.
65 Govcloud: Using Cloud Computing in Public Organizations*
Óscar Diez and Andrés Silva
Why have governments been slow to adopt the use of the cloud?
72 Heuristics and Biases: Implications for Security Design*
Vaibhav Garg and Jean Camp
Behavioral and rational economic models can improve the design of security technologies.
Cover Image: DFID - UK Department for International Development/Wikimedia Commons