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Medicine 2.0: a slideshow of a new era

This slideshow is the summary of all of my works done on the field of web 2.0 and medicine. I’ve uploaded it to SplashCast, but as it contains at least a hundred links, I’m going to post it at Slideshare.net as well. Feedback or suggestions are welcome!

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  1. Thanks for putting it in SplashCast here. We’ll enable links in slideshows like this soon. Feel free to let me know about any other thoughts or feedback. Real glad to see the service put to such good use.

    Keep up the good work.
    Marshall Kirkpatrick
    Director of Content
    SplashCast

    http://splashcastmedia.com

    May 3, 2007
  2. SplashCast seems to be the only place where I could upload my presentation wihout ruining that. If you’d enable links in slideshows, SplashCast would be the best service on the market.

    Thanks for the kind words!

    May 3, 2007
  3. Excellent presentation, defenitely very useful to showcase how web2.0 is an excellent tool for educators

    May 15, 2007
  4. Excellent presentation, defenitely very useful to showcase how web2.0 is an excellent tool for educators and for project collaboration. ofcourse its doubtful how many organizations will allow access to video sharing and web2.0 websites citing network and security issues, the latest one to jump into the fray is US military banning use of many web2.0 tools and websites in their network.
    So RSS/feeds are perhaps a scientists best friend and to some extent even google alerts

    May 15, 2007
  5. Thank you for the kind words! I think they’ll have no choice (see PLoS Journal). Anyway, these tools are created for physicians and scientists to save their time, so we just have to tell them about these. That’s what I’m working on now. :)

    PS: aren’t you the author of Microarray blog as well?

    May 15, 2007

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