Social Media Related Tweets and Insights

From my Twitter account:

  • The Social Web for Radiology. Part I. Social Bookmarking to Social Citation http://bit.ly/2mh7Vj (Radiology 2009;252:23-28.)

  • Ways to use Twitter in Academia http://bit.ly/14z1Sf

  • Twitter T-shirt: "I'm Not a Blogger I Just Tweet A Lot" http://bit.ly/Q6oxL

  • "How much work does it take to run a blog: 15-20 hours per week" http://bit.ly/kP9TW via @dreamingspires - Not my experience.

  • Hospitalist blog: "So that means the x-ray which I ordered first thing this morning is going to get done this afternoon?" - "It might" http://bit.ly/2p79d

  • CNet: "We'll show you how attackers can steal your Gmail passwords, and how to stop them." http://bit.ly/hJYsk

  • How to Remove "On Behalf Of" from Messages Sent Using Gmail http://bit.ly/I9dcI

  • Congressional hearing of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke: "Half a trillion dollars and you don't know who got the money?" http://bit.ly/JPfbH

  • 100 Million Portable Apps Downloads Can't Be Wrong http://bit.ly/TvJpJ - I use Portable Firefox and Opera daily.

Medical news tweets are not research articles - they are 140-character messages - please always go to the original source/links, etc. The inclusion of a Twitter update (tweet) does not represent endorsement or agreement of any kind. Tweets and links do not represent endorsement, approval or support.

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