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Cognitive Surplus: Problem or Solution?
By Sven Larsen (@zemoga) The average American logs about 60 hours a month online, and spends one-third of that time on social networks and playing games, according to data from recent Neilsen...
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Social Media for Connecting with Patients
By Andy Smith Social media is the new mainstream. A new report from Nielsen Co. finds that Americans are devoting almost a quarter of their Internet time on social networking sites and blogs, a 43...
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