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On December 1st Help Refocus The Country On HIV/AIDs

With the CDC reporting that US AIDs/HIV rates are higher than previouslyblog.jpg reported and key communities (i.e., African Americans) suffering disproportionately from the disease, we can’t afford to take our eye off the ball when it comes to fighting this terrible illness.  That’s why I’m urging you to consider supporting the Department of Health and Human Services, the National Institute on Drug Abuse and Blog Catalog on World AIDs day.  These organizations are encouraging bloggers to dedicate their blog posts on December 1st to HIV/AIDs.   The goal of the project is to “leverage the power of the blogosphere to remind people that HIV/AIDs is still a critical issue in the United States and around the world."

Please take the time to think about what you’ll blog about that day.  I’ll be doing the same.  To learn more about the project, please click here.

The Death Of Web 2.0?
When I first came across this article, I rolled my eyes.  “Not another person 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... Continue Reading
Tech Maven In Chief: What Are The Implications For Health?
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Today's Word
I've been a very busy bee lately with travel, projects and the like.  However, I did take time to do something that I encourage everyone reading this blog to do: VOTE!It's a historic election -- on both sides.  Take part! ... Continue Reading

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