digital writing

No. 258: Northwell’s big week, Winthrop’s ambitious diabetes study and the Center on Rural Innovation

Welcome, dear readers: To another Wednesday edition of your exclusive Innovate LI newsletter, coming to you on this Ides of November. Before we highlight another busy week in Long Island socioeconomics, a gentle reminder to send your congratulations, corrections and questions to editor@innovateli.com. We love hearing from you. It’s Nov. 15 out there: On which we remember late greats including German-British Astronomer William Herschel (born 1738, discovered Uranus and a bunch of moons), American artist…


At Fred Dunwoody’s, when you’re write, you’re right

By GREGORY ZELLER // The writing is on the wall at FJD & Associates, and it looks like founder Fred Dunwoody was right all along. Dunwoody, who leveraged a long-term sales career in imaging-related industries into his 2010 startup, knew that healthcare trades would eventually become a cornerstone of his bottom line. His Westbury-based tech firm distributes high-tech document and data-capture solutions for paper and tablets – the cutting edge of “digital writing” – and…


Fred Dunwoody has the write stuff

By GREGORY ZELLER // Fred Dunwoody’s decades in the sales divisions of major-league imaging firms like Canon, Minolta and Konica taught him the future wasn’t in the copiers they sold but in the software plugging the machines into each client’s individual workflow. When he came across a Swedish technology that took “digital writing” beyond the next level, he’d found his window. Sweden’s Anoto Group uses a process involving micro-fine dot patterns and advanced digital pens…