Periodically I send Leigh McKinney (Director, Online and Custom Publishing Division AAFP) an email about AAFP publications and how I'd like to bring them into the 21st century. The academy is already the leader in pushing electronic medical records, and they've won awards for some of their online sites, but as a geek I can't help but consider how the academy can more successfully compete for the attention of its members by using new media tools that take advantage of the social networking that is the strength of the academy.
Today Leigh sent me a message to note that the academy has added an RSS feed to their valuable news service AAFP News Now. wOOTt!
Now how about an AAFP RSS aggregator that pulls feeds of interest to the AAFP into one spot (like David Ross' and Jacob Reider's medlogs.com)?
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