Social Media News, Web 2.0 Tips and Twitter Insights - Daily Update

This edition is part of the daily series Social Media News, Web 2.0 Tips and Twitter Insights based on my Twitter account:

"Use your computer to print out a free wallet card with all your up-to-date medical information" -

Reflections on 30 years of ward attending - by Robert Centor. Attending Rounds: "Teaching does not equate to learning. Our job is to induce learning"

Why America Needs a Patient-in-Chief

Be careful what you say about Android phones in public - Pogue in NYT - Valid advice for all new bloggers on any topic.

Google Android Phone OS Best Features in Screenshots 

Are Doctors Ready for Virtual Visits? Many fear telemedicine will jeopardize the doctor-patient bond. 

Despite Risks, Internet Creeps Onto Car Dashboards

BBC: Microsoft and HP show off 'slate' PC and produce subdued reaction

"The Truth About Mashable: They are focused on quantity over quality and are a SEO product"

Freelance writing's new low-pay model - wants 500-word pieces on health for $30, or less

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