Neither fit for purpose or Bedlam
I never forget a kindness, nor a discourtesy
I wrote my first blog back in January 2011 for HR.com. I picked a fight with Kevin Rudd and lost. I extended myself to Random Analytics in October 2012.
Since then I have blogged about everything from Workforce Planning to cricket to H7N9. Flublogia was (and still is) my favourite subject. I renamed Random Analytics to Random Analytica in January 2018 after a longer than planned sabbatical in 2015.
I’ve been published a couple of times. My last article was back in 2014. I also write about Peak Jobs News and I’ve done some analysis via Peak Jobs Analysis.
It is pretty simple. Random Analytica is my space to share ideas either via word or infographic into subjects that interest me.
I hope you enjoyed Random Analytica.
Saw your post on MERS stats.
Hope we do not have a pandemic. If we do, staying safe is a priority.
If we do, I like you to know of a social distancing tool that might be useful.
Back in 2003, we did not have twitter nor other mobile tools. Now we do and more.
Qender Mobile Queue (http://qender.com) is an app we created as a customer service enhancement tool to let retail merchants offer their customers with smartphones, the option to “wait anywhere” or virtual queueing.
Customers can see any live queue near them. They take virtual queue numbers remotely without going into the business physically, wait remotely until they are pinged to show for service. They avoid crowds. Essentially, that’s social distancing at retail.
A mother with an unwell child needs to visit a physician. How is she comfortable sitting in a crowded waiting room with people with “No fever” stickers? We may have asymptomatic cases with MERS and H7N9.
The nurses in our communities can be helped with minimal exposure to the waiting patients. The small service retailers deserved to know of an option to keep customers coming.
When we do indeed have a pandemic situation in the future, I welcome a mention of Qender Mobile Queue. Let me know if you wish to receive a reminder if we have a situation.
Qender Mobile Queue
PS After you get this message, it is appropriate to delete this entry. My apologies for reaching out in this manner. I feel I’m running out of time.
PPS I’m not asking for a free plug.
Thanks for your estimates of major political party membership. I note the Australian Electoral Commission has no register of paid-up members. I would have thought this was important given the amounts of public money allocated to parties. Have you any idea why no register is kept and, if there is a confidential list, why this cannot be accessed through FOI laws?