The general point is this: "humans are biologically programmed for narrative." So tell stories, don't just publish papers.— richard horton (@richardhorton1) February 14, 2012
Thanks to all who sent congrats on mother's 103 rd bray.Long way to go,I hope!— Rupert Murdoch(@rupertmurdoch) February 15, 2012
It's my only free time RT @MrJaredBarnes: doesn't working out at night give you so much energy that you can't go to sleep?— Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper) February 15, 2012
Nothing like being on the Code Team to help put your life in perspective.— Jonathan,DO,MS,NCC (@DrJonathan) February 13, 2012
Thanks for chatting @PracticalWisdom continued to be impressed how rich conversations in 140 character length can be!— Farris Timimi, MD (@FarrisTimimi) February 13, 2012
Seven people offered to help me in five minutes when I asked for help here. I could write a book on how wonderful twitterville is.— shel israel (@shelisrael) February 11, 2012
Watch a T-cell attack and kill a cancer cell. Beautiful and magnificent. bit.ly/wShGPY— ben goldacre (@bengoldacre) February 12, 2012
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