About


About

There are now hundreds, if not thousands, of sites containing information about Military History & Historical Research tools and technology.  I have spent hundreds of hours surfing the web searching and looking at all these sites trying to find the best ones - sites that contain useful information; have been around for a while; are high quality, and are regularly updated.  I have selected and put links to these sites on this web site to save others from having to spend a lot of their time repeating the same process I have gone through. I hope you find this site useful and it is my intention is to keep improving it over time.

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Peter Groen is a retired government executive, author, speaker, health informatics specialist, and former instructor and researcher at Shepherd University in West Virginia. 

Mr. Groen has written numerous articles and co-authored several books over the years with a focus on information technology in health care. He is regularly invited to speak at professional conferences across the country. He has also served on the Board of Directors for the West Virginia Health Information Network (WVHIN) and iConecto.com  He has also assisted with the start up activities of several for-profit and non-profit information technology (IT) organizations.

Mr. Groen is still thecurrent  CEO of Collaboration, 'Open' Solutions & Innovation (COSI) 
- a non-profit organization and its associated web sites, blogging sites, social media sites, YouTube channels, and news site. Mr. Groen currently spends his time between homes in Jefferson County WV, Clarendon County SC, and Haleiva, Hawaii.

* See selected articles written by Peter J. Groen




Free and open source software (FOSS) is no longer an oddity. It is now being used by 80% of organizations around the world and the movement continues to grow. In essence, 'the war is over'. As a result, support for this site will now start to diminish as it is no longer needed.  -  Peter Groen




* This is an 'Open Access' web site. Feel free to access, copy and reuse any information gathered and displayed here. Too many people place copyright restrictions on information that ought to be freely shared with others. See blog on 'Copyright' vs. 'Copyleft'. That said, if you see anything on this web site that you feel is copyright protected and ought to be removed, please let us know.


"By open access, we mean its immediate, free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link to the full text of these articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software or use them for any other lawful purpose…”   -  See The Budapest Open Access Initiative


If you would like to suggest new material or links to be added to this

web site, please email groenpj@cs.com


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