Monthly Archives: September 2012

Comparing FDA to Other Federal Health Agencies – A Postscript to FDA, Influence and Twitter

Using the occasion of the announcement by Twitter that it has rebuilt its i-Pad app “from the ground up” to provide an update to last week’s posting on FDA’s twitter feeds and their influence as measured by Kred. Assessing influence … Continue reading

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FDA, Twitter and Influence

Twitter has become an important medium in journalism.  It allows reporters to report on much more granular information to a much more targeted audience.  Likewise, it allows for any institution or individual or brand to do so as well.  While … Continue reading

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Blogging Influence

On the last day in July just before an August hiatus, I put up a posting called “Blogging, Health and Journalism” where I provided thoughts on different classifications of bloggers in the context of healthcare.  And while I think there … Continue reading

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