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Nov20
The Death Of Web 2.0?

When I first came across this article, I rolled my eyes.  “Not another personsilos.jpeg spouting another buzzword,” I thought.  But, then I took the time to read the article focusing on Razorfish’s new focus on solving client’s business problems rather than advertising and I was pleasantly surprised.  I’ve been hyper-focused on how social technologies can help companies in the health space understand opportunities and avoid pitfalls via intelligence gathering and other techniques.  Given this, I think that Razorfish has the right idea.  

It seems that everyone is doing their best to break “down the silos.”  It’s refreshing to see that they are breaking down – although it’s going to take a lot of effort before we reach nirvana.  

 

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I have been researching Health care Management sites recently looking to add some valuable educational resources. Your blog is interesting and informative. Have you ever considered writing a post about some very reputable online degree programs in Healthcare Management? I think including information on your blog about these programs as well as direct program page links could prove very convenient and beneficial to your site and it's users. It's likely that many of the users that enjoy your site could be looking for information on programs where they can earn their degree from home. (or looking for higher rated schools/programs that may be lacking in their communities). Please contact me with any questions/information you may have.


PS Something to consider: this past week was National Distance Learning Week, a lot of people who have taken part in writing about the programs I represent have tied the two together.

Thank you so much for your time,


Kristin Babiarz

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