Monthly Archives: November 2010

Another Potential for Semantic Search – The Google Wheel

The week before Thanksgiving, I wrote a post about a great new example of evolving semantic search citing an example provided by LinkTV at their newly launched ViewChange.org site. ┬áThe point is worth raising because the semantic web may be … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

I'm taking the rest of the week off.   But I wanted to take a moment to say thanks to all of you who are subscribers and frequent readers of the blog.  I am quite surprised by the number of … Continue reading

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FDA MedWatch Opens Twitter Feed – Can Pharma Re-Tweet?

I got a heads up from a good fellow on Twitter this week that the FDA had begun a new twitter feed from MedWatch called, of course, @FDAMedWatch.  MedWatch is a service set up by the FDA to alert the … Continue reading

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LinkTV Launches New Semantic Search Tool in Global Development – Pharma Should Take Notes….

(By way of disclosure, with this post I am doing something unprecedented by writing about a project and subject involves a client (LinkTV) with whom I have worked and a project in which I had a very tangential hand.  I … Continue reading

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Advisory Committee Vacancy Rates

Some months back, as part of its greater transparency efforts, FDA launched FDATrack which has set up a number of metrics that are being tracked on FDA performance.  At the time, I had the pleasure of doing a podcast here on … Continue reading

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