After the first Twitter prediction here is my second one back from September, realized today: and here we go….Happy Holidays Grandma you’got a 2fold risk for psoriasis but don’t worry too much about the Alcohol Flush Reaction and your caffeine consumption! Actually I tried to convince
A new, completely rewritten, integrated nature.com website blogs.nature.com has been launched by the Natureplex people – informed his Twitter pals Euan Adie: Also, blogs.nature.com v1 is live! Tequila and donuts all round. Early n’ often release v2 coming on the 18th so get any bug reports in now. Suggest good science blogs that are not… Continue reading “blogs.nature.com v1 is live” and beyond
Finally 23andMe, my first personal genetics service provider, is on Twitter which could mean that from now on first-hand company information will flow even more continuously compared to what the regularly/daily updated eminent corporate blog can offer. Microblogging is always quicker blogging! Based on the first 4 tweets (on the photo) the guys will not… Continue reading 23andMe on Twitter & now offering services in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Israel
Internet celebrities are not celebrities in a sense that you can easily communicate with them on services like Twitter (assuming the services are not down). There’s no such thing as an internet bodyguard except some firewalls in Windows. So this day I found Craig Newmark, Craigslist founder tweeting this: I suggested him a forward looking… Continue reading Help Craig Newmark find a new hobby on Twitter!
I asked the following question on Twitter recently: “A question for all of you Twitterers: Are you for, against, or just neutral on healthy life extension? How long would you like to live? Why?” I have to tell you it’s hard to give good links to the whole chat without noise. Maybe on FriendFeed. To… Continue reading Short Twitter/FriendFeed chat on life extension
If Twitter is down (which is quite common) people go to FriendFeed instead and tweeting with ff messages.
I am between 2 experiments in the lab, but get back to the launch of Google Health later. Here is one screenshot of my Google Health profile. Twitter: Scott Beale Google Blogoscoped: Google Factory Tour: Google Health Launched Update: Late Google Health: catching up with the past, first!
Wow, I guess it’s time for me to move into the stock market business! Here’s the story via David Bradley’s tweet: Julie Kent, Search Engine Journal, April 21st, 2008: Google Wants to Index Genetic Information, Invests in Second DNA Start-Up In 2007, Google made headlines when they invested $4.4 million in 23andMe, a genetic screening… Continue reading How to predict the future via Twitter: Google invests in Navigenics
With TweetClouds (scripting: John Krutsch design: Jared Stein) people can generate the Tweet Cloud of a Twitter user. In case of bloggers/Twitters it is an interesting question whether there are any strong differences between the category cloud/Tweet Cloud of the same person suggesting patterns in web behavior. I’ve just generated mine. One obvious difference is… Continue reading The Tweet Cloud of a biotech geek blogger