- Information Overload, the Index Medicus, and PubMed. PubMed contains 18,782,970 citations in the medical literature, adding over 670,000 new entries per year http://bit.ly/10DrLp
- "How to Find out Who's using Facebook in your Hospital" and what to do if you don't like their "unofficial group" http://bit.ly/lR6tp
- "Do You Have These Core Human Skills?" by Josh Kaufman http://bit.ly/hRIPi
- A New Page: Can the Kindle really improve on the book? http://bit.ly/2WZjVj
- British gov "Twitter policy" http://bit.ly/3lkYsL (organizations finally writing policies; now should think about strategies) via @giustini
- A blog devoted to "Building an effective online presence for health professionals" http://bit.ly/9fJMh
- Will one Chicago woman's Tweet cost her $50,000 in the form of a defamation lawsuit? http://bit.ly/VXvXK
- Paul Krugman gets 1200 or more comments to his opinion pieces. http://bit.ly/R94Qs
- Fed boss Bernanke faces personal downturn: His net worth dropped by almost a third in last year http://bit.ly/FOZYh
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