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2.0 Attitude!

The values and attitudes inspired by the “Web 2.0” movement of recent years are spilling into health information practices. Blogs, Wikipedia, YouTube and many other sites have supported a sense of empowerment that challenges the traditional authority of many professions. “User-generated” content and “participation” are core values of what I like to call “2.0 Attitude.” This is having a significant ...

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