I had a very entertaining phone call over Skype with Eric Novack which I managed to record using my advanced technical skills….(i.e. don’t expect too high a call quality!). This will become THCB’s first podcast very soon — in other words as soon as my technical skills extend to figuring out how to get it into my RSS feed. I’ll also post it direct on the site for download.
I will be having a similar conversation with Jonathan Cohn soon, and also I’ll be being interviewed for a future podcast by the Journal of Medical Practice Management, whose editor Kent Bottles has already notched interviews with Kevin Pho (KevinMD) and Sydney Smith (Medpundit).
um, err, if you know something about this podcasting lark and can help, please email me, even if only to send me to the right website for information about "how to". Thanks!
If you have no idea what I’m talking about, look here.
I did apologize first. Didn’t I? Cut me some slack back. I’m a poor writer, but I’m a syntax fiend. It’s a disease, I know.
And that is one I wrote at midnight so cut me some slack!
Abby — I’m not sure I love you anymore! But I will fix my English
Let me apologize for being a grammar nitpick, but I’ve seen you do this a few times, and it’s driving me crazy. Maybe British English is drastically different from American English here, but in American English “who’s” is not a possessive but rather a contraction of “who is.” The possessive of “who” is “whose,” as in “whose editor Kent Bottles.”
Similarly it’s=it is. The possessive of “it” is “its.”