pierre Ok, you have to admit, Bush has very fast reflexes. Surprising, actually. That shoe was going full speed.
doc_rob Friendship is better than Autographs.
doctoranonymous Patient: I stopped my med when I felt better. Me: Why do you think you got sick again?
AllergyNotes Best way to follow a high-volume Twitterer? Subscribe to his/her RSS feed in Google Reader. High volume > 50 tweets/d and > 50 subscriptions
progressnotes Feeling a little congested, so it's time for my ZIP regimen: zinc, ibuprofen, phenylephrine.
AllergyNotes I've been blogging since March 2005. So many other doctors quit in the meantime. Reason I keep going on: 1. I like it; 2. I find it useful
Scobleizer OK, enough with the cookies. I don't need more cookies. In fact, I need to go on a run and get rid of the ones I tasted in Paris! Heheh.
lancearmstrong Guess what?!? Drug control. #10. Unreal..
fredwilson to wrap; typepad 64 months & 4,423 posts, tumblr 17 months & 3,370 posts, twitter 22 months & 4,004 posts. microblogging is easier
fredwilson been blogging since sept 2003 and have written 4,423 posts. been twittering since spring 2007 and have written 4,002 posts, 4,003 now
AllergyNotes Home pages of medical journals are becoming very different from their "current issue" pages by including video/audio and so on.
davewiner Okay this is cool, I'm using Twitter on an airplane at 35000 feet. Next, Slingbox to watch Meet The Press which started 1/2 hour ago in CA.
Micro-blogging on Twitter is easy, fun and can be very useful and educational if you follow/subscribe to interesting people.
You can read more here: A Doctor's Opinion: Why I Started Microblogging on Twitter and
visit my account at Twitter/AllergyNotes.