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HealthPROSe Brings Creative, Strategic Thinking to Health Blogosphere

WASHINGTON, July 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Association of Academic Health Centers (AAHC) announces the launch of HealthPROSe , a blog by seasoned health and policy professionals that can provide a new and trusted voice on health policy and related socioeconomic issues...

Key Lawmakers to Appear in Citizen-Led Health Care Forum On PJTV.com

...orum will be hosted from Pajamas TV's Washington, D.C. television studio by University of Tennessee law professor Glenn Reynolds, known throughout the blogosphere as the "Instapundit." Pajamas TV commentators, bloggers and health care experts will participate in the forum from Pajamas TV's main high-definition s...

Your Doctor Has a Blog

... my analysis within minutes," explains Dr. Kotlus. "The blog is linked to our practice website, so all of our patients know where to look." The blogosphere is expanding at an exponential rate. Recent estimates place the total number of blogs at well over 100 million. Even grandparents are blogging. It ...
blogosphere in Biological Technology

Exclusive Conference on Managing Your Online Brand: Shaping the Noise from the Blogosphere

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Dec. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Health-focused social networks, blogs, wikis and community sites are pharmaceutical and biotech companies' biggest challenges but can be their biggest opportunities. A marketing executive from a large biopharmaceutical company will discuss increasing impo...

The blogosphere as an echo chamber

The economics of starting up have changed dramatically. Today, a plethora of Web services, open-source platforms, and open affiliate and advertising partners can lower the cost of creating a Web-centric business and leverage others' efforts to take that business to market. These economics have...

Corporations and blogging

...and it becomes increasingly important in a growing blogosphere where the rules of reportorial journalism, more of...ry, rather than expose it. Dan is right -- the blogosphere moves way too quickly and is far too critical to w...ts. Word of the legal action has spread around the blogosphere (a search of "Apple sues blogger" on Feedster deli...

Business blogs increase customer interactions

...Whether it's independent journals that mention recently purchased products, or sites specifically for enthusiasts of certain products, the independent blogosphere will end up providing feedback that has the effect of promoting commercial products, observers say. According to Dana Vanden Heuvel , an online co...

Jellyfish launches comparative shopping website

... launched with an official companion Jellyfish blog and links to other discussions hosting supportive, questioning, and critical commentary. "The blogosphere really helps level the playing field and allows interesting ideas to percolate to the surface, regardless of whether those ideas come from Silicon Val...

Presto! A 94-year-old woman goes online

...er touch with her... and watching how this versatile product evolves in the marketplace. Recent articles by Chris Shipley Chris Shipley: The blogosphere as an echo chamber Chris Shipley: Dancing with elephants requires nifty footwork Chris Shipley: Sometimes, features can make a company ...

Web 2.0 will test your hype (and Star Wars) IQ

...character or a Web service. Recent articles by Chris Shipley Chris Shipley: Presto! A 94-year-old woman goes online Chris Shipley: The blogosphere as an echo chamber Chris Shipley: Dancing with elephants requires nifty footwork Chris Shipley: Sometimes, features can make a company ...

Bold prediction: Web 2.0 goes away in 2007

... Chris Shipley: Web 2.0 will test your hype (and Star Wars) IQ Chris Shipley: Presto! A 94-year-old woman goes online Chris Shipley: The blogosphere as an echo chamber Chris Shipley: Dancing with elephants requires nifty footwork Chris Shipley: Sometimes, features can make a company ...

Reader predictions would make 2007 quite a year

... Chris Shipley: Web 2.0 will test your hype (and Star Wars) IQ Chris Shipley: Presto! A 94-year-old woman goes online Chris Shipley: The blogosphere as an echo chamber Chris Shipley: Dancing with elephants requires nifty footwork Chris Shipley is the executive producer of NetworkWorld's ...

More enterprise software predictions for 2007

... Chris Shipley: Web 2.0 will test your hype (and Star Wars) IQ Chris Shipley: Presto! A 94-year-old woman goes online Chris Shipley: The blogosphere as an echo chamber Chris Shipley is the executive producer of NetworkWorld's DEMO Conferences, Editor of DEMO Letter, and a technology industry a...
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