Scholarly Identity 2.0: What does the Web say about your research? http://bit.ly/VoEHT - Click to see the slideshare presentation.
@doctorwes: The Inefficiency of Medical E-Mail http://bit.ly/4ZMzz6 - Another thoughtful blog post by Dr. Wes.
"Rediscovery" of pharyngitis in adolescents - a great summary by a hospitalist who truly enjoys teaching: http://bit.ly/4PNgDq
@pkedrosky "Posted a link to a study on blog this morning. Got findings completely backwards. Some days my multitasker breaks down." - It happens to the best of us, hence the disclaimer at the bottom of this post.
@ev "Many of the great businesses of next decade will be about making information about our behaviors more visible" - Will it be opt-in or opt-out?
Glandular Alphabetum in Pathology - A to Z http://bit.ly/7z58tu - You have to see it the pathology slides to believe it.
@Doctor_V "When I mention SM (social media) to other physicians they just giggle and look confused" - I don't usually get this, it probably depends on the environment.
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