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Llamas, eating Manhattan, and us

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Don’t know who nominated this blog for a 2009 Medical Weblog Award – but thanks.

award_lr.gif And then, the nomination was elevated to finalist status.

We’re kind of a fish out of water in this category, since all the other finalists appear to be doctors – and I’m just an old journalist.

But then again the other finalists write about llamas, cooking and eating (sometimes), and other far-ranging topics you can check out for yourself. And you should check them out – because you’ll undoubtedly encounter some new and intriguing blogs and bloggers.

Then vote here: http://medgadget.com/2009bestmedical.html

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Rob Lamberts

February 1, 2010 at 1:13 pm

You are surging in the polls. I am happy to see two excellent bloggers giving making this an interesting vote. You certainly offer something the rest of us can’t. I’d vote for you if I could…