YouTube, NEJM, Whitney Houston, and Alpha Male Monkeys

Take a close look at this screenshot from YouTube (click to expand):

  • Jim Ware, the legendary New England Journal of Medicine biostatistician: 8 views.
  • Jerome Kassirer, Marcia Angell, and Arnold Relman, former NEJM editors: 36, 28, and 257 views.
  • Whitney Elizabeth Houston Funeral Service: 994,920 views. (And how many more Whitney Houston videos do you think are out there?)
  • Alpha Male Monkey attacks man: 2,135,280 views.

Draw your own conclusions. Here’s just one from me: we need to figure out how we can use social media better than we do now.

Comments

  1. Heh. At first I thought you were suggesting that if we just tagged others as male monkeys…

    (Just thought I’d feed your Sitemeter stats)

    🙂

  2. Take more drugs, try suicide, do outrageously self destructive things in full public view.

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  1. […] Scritto il 24 febbraio 2012 da Redazione in Dai congressi e dalle riviste, Notizie var addthis_product = 'wpp-262'; var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true,"data_track_addressbar":false};if (typeof(addthis_share) == "undefined"){ addthis_share = [];}Su YouTube i funerali di Whitney Houston sono cliccatissimi. Mentre le interviste a nomi autorevoli della medicina fanno poca audience. I medici quanto sanno usare i social media? Se lo chiede Larry Husten nel suo blog. […]

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