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The Prevention of Ignorance Historically, information sources provided to American citizens were limited due to the few methods available to the public. And also this information was subject to being filtered and, in some cases, delayed. This occurred for a number of reasons, which included political ones. Now, and with great elation, there is the internet. Soon after the advent of the internet, web logs were created, that are termed ‘blogs’. At that time, about a decade ago, the blogs were referred to as personal journals or diaries visible on line. As time passed, blogs became a media medium, and… Read more »

AmyT of www.diabetesmine.com
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Hmmm… you cannot leave a comment on Alan Adler’s post. Stupid. He did not actually mention blogs that are BY and FOR patients — at LEAST as relevant as all the blogs on health providers and on blogging itself.

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You don’t go to blogs or discussion boards for information per se, but rather for new ideas. Simply reading the comments is an excellent learning process. They are a way of sharing information and stimulating ideas. A great way to get new perspectives and information.

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blogs are important because they keep people informed and it is a great way to share current information