2009 was a great year for me and also for Scienceroll. I graduated from medical school and started PhD in clinical genetics. The second and third semesters of my “Medicine and Web 2.0” university course were finished. I was included in the The Future Health 100 list. Scienceroll had almost 500 blog posts and 500,000 page views. But now please enjoy the last 365 days’ most popular blog entries of Scienceroll.
- 10 Tips: How to filter discussions on Twitter?
- Twitter And Health 2.0: A Visual Story
- Navigenics Interview: Annual Insight
- MMVR17: The Salon
- Webicina: Web 2.0 Guidance Package about Diabetes
- Launching MedPedia: From the perspective of a Wikipedia administrator
- Mayo Clinic: An Online Example
- Navigenics: What my genome tells me to do
- E-patients will shape the future of medicine: Slideshow
- FDA Application Approvals 2000-2008 on ManyEyes
- Being Productive Online: Time-Management Lifehacks
- Swine Flu: Follow Online!
- Hospitals on Twitter, Facebook or Youtube: What about Europe?
- RateADrug.com and How to Check Side Effects Online
- How to use Second Life in Medicine: Free e-Guide
- Your Mobile and Your Genomic Data?
- Google Wave in Science and Medicine
- Blogging a Malpractice Trial
- The Power of Customer Service in Genetic Testing: Comparison
- Journal and Author Name Estimator
- Scifoo: A visit to the Navigenics HQ
- Visual Map of Your Online Presence
- Online vs Offline: Is Your Boss on Facebook?
- Rorschach Test Scandal on Wikipedia: Poll
- Will Twitter Change Healthcare? Ask it!
- Quality Medical Information: A Story
- Personalized Genetics: DTC Genetic Tests Are Hype
- A piano in a hospital
- ReShape 2009: Review
- Health on the Net Foundation: Problems?
- Google Wave and Medicine
- Pathway Genomics: Interview
- Worldometers: Real Time Health Statistics
- Virtual Worlds in Medicine and Healthcare
- Best Virtual World Ever: Innovation in Organizing Meetings
- Augmented Reality for Twitter
- 10 Simple Science Tricks for Parties
- Doctor Patient Discussion on Facebook: Banned
Happy New Year! I hope to see you again in 2010! Scienceroll will come up with some exciting material in January.