Social Media for Medical Education

The brilliant Neil Mehta, on his blog Technology in (Medical) Education, has presented a wonderful way of using Google reader and Facebook as a tool for medical education, in the form of a Journal Club. Here is an outline: And here is a summary of the method: Steps: Faculty member/Chief Residents set up Google Reader accounts Subscribe to RSS feeds for some selected Journals in … Continue reading Social Media for Medical Education

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She’s Got The Looks: Google Blogger’s New Look!

A series of screen grabs to show what it looks like: 1. The Main Home Page: 2. The Blog Dashboard: 3. The Stats look cool: 4. A drop down list for the posts tab: 5. The posting interface: All said and done, here are my thoughts on the new look: 1. It looks spiffy and all, but at the very heart of it, there is … Continue reading She’s Got The Looks: Google Blogger’s New Look!

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New Look for Google’s Blogger

Google Blogger has been around for quite some time and is supposedly the largest weblogging system around. The hype around wordpress is however much larger. As a WP.com blogger myself, I have found this service to be pretty reliable and comfortable. There are literally tons of people blogging about wordpress vs blogger out there, but in my opinion, the game is not even on. Honestly … Continue reading New Look for Google’s Blogger

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Collaboration Becomes Easier as WP.com Allows Sharing Google Docs

I have expressed my intense love affair with wordpress.com in several posts in this blog. Consider this one more added to that genre. Big whoop, I like these guys. They make my life easier. So here is the deal: in their latest announcement, the WordPress Happiness Engineers have said that they are allowing the access to Google Docs and Calendar on wp.com blogs. Now since … Continue reading Collaboration Becomes Easier as WP.com Allows Sharing Google Docs

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