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peter & soojin’s quasi-daily blah-g for everything from family to computers… search main menu skip to primary content skip to secondary content home100 things about me…adventures of agent xyzanime reviewsarchiveschicago ’97contactgrand canyon ’96haiti ’98original jokesprogress in a spiralsoojinurbana ’96 post navigation ← older posts in the uk, pfizer and a partner hiked anti-epilepsy drug price 2600% overnight posted on december 7, 2016 by peterjang73 reply franck fife/afp/getty images reader comments 11 us pharma giant pfizer and a partnering distributor have been slapped with a record fine for hiking uk drug prices by 2,600% overnight. in september 2012, the amount the national health service (nhs) was charged for 100mg packs of anti-epilepsy drug phenytoin sodium went from £2.83 to £67.50 ($3.56 to $84.98), according to the uk’s competition and markets authority (cma). as a result of the price increase, nhs expenditure on the drug increased from about £2 million ($2.52m) a year in 2012 to around £50 million ($62.95m) in 2013. the cma has ordered the two companies involved, the us pharma giant pfizer and uk-based distributor flynn pharma, to pay record fines of £84.2 million ($106.01m) and £5.2 million ($6.55m) respectively, and to reduce their prices for phenytoin sodium. both have said that they will be taking legal action to overturn the decision. before september 2012, pfizer sold the drug in capsule form to uk wholesalers and pharmacies under the brand name epanutin, and the prices of the drug were regulated. that month, pfizer sold the uk distribution rights for epanutin to flynn pharma, which “de-branded” the drug. a spokesperson for the cma explained in an e-mail to ars what this meant in practice: prior to de-branding, pfizer’s prices were governed by the pharmaceutical price regulation scheme (pprs) which prevented any large prices increases. the pprs applies only to branded products. after flynn purchased the uk distribution rights from pfizer, it de-branded the products. as de-branded (or genericised) products, the pprs price controls did not apply, which allowed flynn to charge whatever prices it wanted. de-branding did not have the consequence of increasing prices; rather it removed the pprs restriction on flynn increasing the prices. normally, we would expect competition to lead to the price of a generic product to fall. however, the characteristics of this drug—i.e. the constraints on switching patients to other drugs—mean that did not occur. pfizer continued to manufacture the phenytoin sodium capsules and sold them to flynn pharma, but at increased prices. the cma says they were “between 780 percent and 1600 percent higher than pfizer’s previous prices.” according to the cma, flynn pharma increased the prices yet further when it sold them to uk wholesalers and pharmacies: “between 2300 percent and 2600 percent higher than those they had previously paid for the drug.” in its statement, pfizer said it “refutes” the findings and “believes the cma’s findings are wrong in fact and law.” according to flynn pharma, phenytoin sodium capsules are less expensive than the alternative equivalent drugs in the uk market. david fakes, ceo of flynn said: “it beggars belief that the cma seeks to punish flynn for selling phenytoin capsules at a significant discount to phenytoin tablets. phenytoin tablets are used for an identical purpose and for the last nine years have been sold at a price negotiated and accepted by the department of health.” in response to this, the cma spokesperson told ars: “the fact that other companies may have been charging high prices does not entitle pfizer and flynn to charge excessive and unfair prices.” this post originated on ars technica uk from ars technica http://ift.tt/2gu0oh0 via ifttt posted in family | tagged feedly, ifttt | leave a reply pfizer fined $107 million for overcharging u.k. for epilepsy drug posted on december 7, 2016 by peterjang73 reply pfizer has become the latest drugmaker taken to task for high prices after u.k. authorities hit the company with a record $107 million fine over the price of an anti-epilepsy drug. from wsj.com: what’s news us http://ift.tt/2gauay9 via ifttt posted in family | tagged feedly, ifttt | leave a reply plug-and-play solar could be the next clean energy wave in the us posted on december 6, 2016 by peterjang73 reply in addition to investing in energy efficient home appliances, perhaps we should also be thinking about energy-generating appliances. from treehugger http://ift.tt/2hf2g3c via ifttt posted in family | tagged feedly, ifttt | leave a reply mesmerizing commute maps reveal we all live in mega-regions, not cities posted on december 6, 2016 by peterjang73 reply even if you don’t hate your commute—even on the days free of gridlock, packed buses, and sweaty uphill bike rides—it’s probably tinged by a least a little drudgery. not your favorite part of day, perhaps? maybe, though, you’ll feel better knowing you’re taking part in a powerful economic movement. like, literally. “the best way to measure functional economic geography is through commutes,” says alasdair rae, an urban and regional analyst with the university of sheffield. commutes, for all their crumminess, double as a measure of local health and wealth. that’s why rae and dartmouth college geographer garrett dash nelson zoomed in on commutes in their newest study of american megaregions, published this week in plos one. complete with colorful and compelling maps, their research shows that americans’ commutes aren’t defined by city and state lines. rather, commuters move within megaregions—massive blobs that center on major metropolitan areas, paying no mind to political borders. garrett dash nelson and alasdair rae sidebar, for math: the researchers started with an american community survey dataset of more than four million commuter flows, marking the travel patterns of 130 million americans. laying this data (which comes from 2006 to 2010) on a map creates the kind of visual you see above. that’s the twin cities—aka minneapolis and st. paul, in minnesota—in the middle of that explosion. yellow represents the high volume, short commutes, reds the longer routes less taken. the map depicts daily schleps of 50 miles or less. this spirograph-esque blob doesn’t help planners all that much, because it doesn’t reveal the contours of the megaregion, or which routes are the most vital to keeping the area’s workers on the move. rae and nelson solved that problem using algorithmic community portioning software that isolates the connections between each of the country’s 74,000-odd census tracts. the result is a little more specific—as you see with the twin cities on the below map, what looks like one big commuting explosion is actually made up of many smaller commuting explosions. a planner might look at this and think: hmm, there aren’t enough commutes (aka economic links) to justify building that light rail from minneapolis to eau claire, wisconsin, after all.  garrett dash nelson and alasdair rae a word of warning: as with cakes, smoothies, and facebook, maps are only as good as the stuff that goes into them. algorithms, rae says, carry the biases of their creators. “maps and other forms of spatial data visualizations are of course not value neutral,” he and nelson write in their paper. “they work cognitively in complex ways.” the researchers acknowledge there’s plenty of room for map tweaks. that said, their algorithmic method should have produced a “pretty good match for the country’s economic geography,” says rae. so there’s reason to think about the country as divided into megaregions, rather than cities or states (though it’s worth noting that this study finds a lot of commuting activity within state lines). too bad the the country ain’t always so great at planning regionally. the places that do have robust regional planning organizations can get hamstrung by crazy complex legal and bureaucratic rules, so the decisions they make don’t have a lot of practical oomph. if they did, megaregions might be able more effectively pool their political capital and funds to create transportation solutions—a multi-city high-speed rail system, perhaps—that make it easier for people to get to work. because as rae and nelson’s work shows, the nation’s most important economic centers feed from many communities. the researchers hope these maps will give people—and the officials who make decisions for them—a better idea of how their region functions, and the impetus they need to reach across state, county, and metropolitan lines to come up with mobility solutions that work for everyone who hits the road in the morning. because there is nobility and purpose in your commute. there is even nobility and purpose in the commute of the dude who cut in front of you on the highway. go back to top. skip to: start of article. from wired top stories http://ift.tt/2gpvayv via ifttt posted in family | tagged feedly, ifttt | leave a reply amazon’s snowmobile is actually a truck hauling a huge hard drive posted on december 6, 2016 by peterjang73 reply amazon has a new service that makes google fiber seem slow. and it rides on 18 wheels. yes, today’s speediest internet connections make it faster to download movies than to go to the store and buy them. but downloading or uploading truly large amounts of data can still take days, months, or even years—think a film studio’s entire video archives or the satellite imagery collections of government agencies. that lag is a problem for amazon, which wants companies to store their information in its lucrative cloud. but it’s also a natural one for amazon—a logistics company at heart—to solve. so this week the company announced one of its strangest ideas yet: a tractor trailer that will transport your data to amazon’s own data centers. (insert information superhighway joke here.) amazon amazon announced the new service, confusingly named snowmobile, at its re:invent conference in las vegas this week. it’s designed to shuttle as many as 100 petabytes–around 100,000 terabytes–per truck. that’s enough storage to hold five copies of the internet archive (a comprehensive backup of the web both present and past), which contains “only” about 18.5 petabytes of unique data. amazon has long let businesses ship hard disks full of data to amazon for uploading into the retail giant’s cloud. but copying 100 petabytes to individual hard drives isn’t practical. snowmobile acts like a giant hard drive that comes to you. using multiple semis to shuttle data around might seem like overkill. but for such massive amounts of data, hitting the open road is still the most efficient way to go. even with a one gigabit per-second connection such as google fiber, uploading 100 petabytes over the internet would take more than 28 years. at an average speed of 65 mph, on the other hand, you could drive a snowmobile from san francisco to new york city in about 45 hours—about 4,970 gigabits per second. that doesn’t count the time it takes to actually transfer the data onto snowmobile–which amazon estimates will take less than 10 days–or from the snowmobile onto amazon’s servers. but all told, that still makes the truck much, much faster. and because amazon has data centers throughout the country, your data probably won’t need to travel cross-country anyway. “on the security side, snowmobile incorporates multiple layers of logical and physical protection, including chain-of-custody tracking and video surveillance,” amazon cloud evangelist jeff barr wrote in a blog post announcing the service. in other words, amazon is keeping a close eye on your data while it’s on the road. each truck is weather-proofed and tamper-resistant and all data is encrypted, barr says. the big question is whether there are many businesses out there who need or want such as service. snowmobile is an outgrowth of an existing amazon service called snowball, in which amazon sends customers an appliance that can hold 80 terabytes of data. customers fill this up and ship it back to amazon, which uploads it directly into its cloud. apparently snowball wasn’t quite enough for some customers. in fact, amazon seems to believe that some companies will need multiple snowmobiles. the site advertises itself as capable of handling data at the exabytes scale—or by amazon’s new measurement, ten truckloads. go back to top. skip to: start of article. from wired top stories http://ift.tt/2fzuf4y via ifttt posted in family | tagged feedly, ifttt | leave a reply nasa’s new satellite will circle the globe repairing broken space robots posted on december 6, 2016 by peterjang73 reply when a satellite runs out of fuel or fails to deploy its solar panels, who you gonna call? right now, nobody. there’s currently no reliable way to physically repair things in orbit, which means a multimillion-dollar satellite can be rendered useless by a small glitch. but nasa has been eyeing a solution. this week, the space agency announced it’s setting aside $127 million to fund a satellite that repairs and refuels others in orbit. the restore-l satellite is being developed by a company called space systems loral in palo alto, california. the satellite will have autonomous navigation, dexterous robotic arms, a toolkit, and propellant to fuel up spacecraft that are out of gas. by the company’s estimates, restore-l could launch as soon as 2020. its first mission may be to refuel landsat-7, which provides satellite imagery for the u.s. geological survey. in addition to servicing satellites that would have otherwise been lost, nasa thinks restore-l could pave the way for orbital refueling stations and manufacturing centers. it could also help to clean up debris that endangers other spacecraft in orbit. [h/t motherboard] from popular science – new technology, science news, the future now http://ift.tt/2g5y3cv via ifttt posted in family | tagged feedly, ifttt | leave a reply the most (and least) punctual airlines in 2016 posted on december 6, 2016 by peterjang73 reply if you’re flying this holiday season, a new forbes study suggests you should do yourself a favor and fly on delta, and avoid frontier if possible. the study used three years of on-time data to pick out the most on-time airlines, and the ones with the most delayed arrivals and departures. the data comes from the u.s. department of transportation, and accounts for flights during thanksgiving and christmas-new year periods in the last three years. hawaiian airlines topped the list, but that’s mainly because of the favorable weather conditions. among the big four major us carriers, delta was the best with 86.07% of flights reaching on time. here’s the full list: hawaiian airlines – 91.75% delta air lines – 86.07% alaska air lines – 84.85% virgin america – 79.37% united airlines – 78.85% american airlines – 77.73% jetblue – 76.93% southwest airlines – 74.71% spirit airlines – 71.94% frontier – 71.28% the survey also noted that almost all of virgin america’s aircraft operate with in-flight internet and wi-fi. delta also has wi-fi on 90% of its flights, making it probably the best airline option this holiday season, given its connectivity. the best and worst airlines for holiday travel in 2016 | forbes from lifehacker http://ift.tt/2g3m5tq via ifttt posted in family | tagged feedly, ifttt | leave a reply post navigation ← older posts things of the past december 2016 m t w t f s s « nov 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 ' proudly powered by wordpress


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