Twitterview with Berci of Scienceroll

11 12 2008

If you are a reader of this blog you probably know that Twitter is a popular social networking and “micro-blogging” service that allows you to send updates of maximal 140 characters, also called tweets.

New to my vocabulary is Twitterview. This is an interview held via Twitter. Questions and answers are therefore constricted to 140 characters.

Today at 12:00 EST @Berci (Bertalan Meskó) was twitterviewed by @diariomedico of Diariomedico, a Spanish Medical Site.

Bertalan is a Hungarian medical student, writer of the blog Scienceroll, founder of Webicina, tutor in and connaisseur of web 2.0 tools. He also hosts several blog carnivals. And he uses Twitter as one of the web 2.0 tools to keep informed.

You can still read the short questions and answers in the characteristic 140 character-long format here: http://tinyurl.com/6dd4fs, which is a twittersearch for (@diariomedico OR #DM1) since:2008-12-10 until:2008-12-10.
Alternatively, you can perform a search yourselves at Twittersearch and take a feed to the query, i.e. to follow upcoming twitterviews of
@diariomedico.

A short note of Berci on his interview is posted at his own blog (here)

A selection of (mainly) answers appears below.

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13 02 2011
Internet Sources & Blog Posts in a Reference List? Yes or No? « Laika's MedLibLog

[…] is the best source to start with in your research, but should never be the last one (quote from @berci in a twitterinterview). In reality, most students and doctors do consult Wikipedia and dr. Google (see here and […]

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