Micro-blogging is the practice of sending brief text updates, photos, audio/video clips or links and make these public on a website and/or distributed to a private group of subscribers. These messages can be submitted by text messaging, instant messaging or e-mail.
Many micro-blogs provide short commentary about medical news, medical specialties or a company's products and services.
Webicina features two microblogging platforms including Twitter
is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that allows its users to send and read other users' updates, which are text-based posts of up to 140 characters in length.
In countries all around the world, people follow the sources most relevant to them and access information via Twitter as it happens—from breaking world news to updates from friends.
Mobile Medical Libraries, Medical Apps knowledge center and community.
The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information.
I'm a Librarian from the National University of Singapore. Tweet about social media, reference managers, reference & anything library/education related.
Web/Digital services librarian at a medical library. I like to question things.
Information architect, web manager, Drupal user, semantic web and linked data enthusiast, librarian and info scientist, work for healthcare.org.
UBC biomedical librarian, renegade, techno-enthusiast.
Pictures, color, google, ebooks, librarian, medical, iphone, maps, pdf, pattern recognition, meta.
Medical Librarian,scientist, mom, wife and human....
Director of Library Technology and Historical Collections for @uthsclib; also freelance as a bilingual virtual reference librarian.
Academic medical librarian on a federal contract and @medlibs mod. Family is my life, health informatics/information (and bacon) my obsession.
P. F. Anderson
Single mom, emerging technologies librarian, ehealth, informatics, searchengines, web2.0.
Academic Librarian, emerging technologies, learner.
Tweets from the Krafty Librarian, a medical librarian in Ohio. Opinions expressed are mine not that of my employer.
Medical library geek.
There are aggregators that help you find people tweeting about medical librarianship.
Twellow.com is currently grabbing publicly available messages from the Twitter.com micro-blogging service. They analyze and categorize each of the users responsible for those messages into the various categories found at Twellow.com.
It lets you track all the tweets and Twitter users focusing on medical librarianship.