Social Media for Doctors: Signing up for online professional networking sites? Consider these points first

So this post follows on from one previous post about the spammy email practices of Docplexus, a networking site for doctors, and has been incited by a deluge of emails which kept pinging my inbox non-stop. I first noted that they were celebrating the achievement of a wonderful milestone – 250,000 medics signing up for their site – through a nicely made video on their … Continue reading Social Media for Doctors: Signing up for online professional networking sites? Consider these points first

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Docplexus and the Dicey Email Spam

OK. So, I have not blogged twice in such quick succession in a long long time… that can only mean one thing: I am procrastinating on a deadline! Anyway, that apart, a few things happened over the past few days which prompted me to write this post. So, to start with, this is basically a “crib post”, the TL;DR version being: Docplexus is a social … Continue reading Docplexus and the Dicey Email Spam

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Scepticemia Enters FeedSpot’s Top 100 Healthcare Blogs List

This past week I have been snowed in under an absolute avalanche of work (both on the personal and professional fronts), so much so that I have not even had enough time to check and respond to my pending emails. One of these unread mails was waiting with some great news for me. A while back, when I had suddenly experienced an exacerbation of the … Continue reading Scepticemia Enters FeedSpot’s Top 100 Healthcare Blogs List

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Six years, half-a-million views, and a lost blog…

I have been wondering about what to do with the blog for a while now. As the title indicates, I have been blogging for almost six and a half years on this site, though I have been silent for the greater part of the last year or so. I have been fortunate enough to have well over half-a-million views. I have received a couple of … Continue reading Six years, half-a-million views, and a lost blog…

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Postach.io and the Posterous deja vu

It is no secret that I was a big fan of Posterous, before Twitter bought it out and shuttered it. I wrote about it on this blog, and tweeted an endless litany of woes. Even now, every few weeks, I go to the Astronaut hanging out alone under the Posterous Spaces header, and shed a silent, unseen tear for a product I truly cared about. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Postach.io and the Posterous deja vu

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