Monthly Archives: April 2009


There’s yet another new phenomenon online – the medical wiki

Medical Wiki’s By Danielle Rice In a medical wiki, authorship is limited to physicians who share knowledge about health, medicine and the body among other medical professionals and the general public. Currently, there are 70 active medical wikis on the web to cater to the growing number of people looking for health information and advice [...]

Tweet, Tweet: More Than the Sounds of Spring

We first wrote about the new phenomenon of “twittering” several months ago. In that short time, twittering has continued to evolve as a significant new communication channel. With messages limited to 140 characters, senders are forced to be succinct and frequently update their tweet; for recipients, twittering offers a quick and easy means for staying [...]