Google News screws up (a little)

I have a Google News Alert set for Emergency Medicine, and delete 99% of them.  I noticed this one, as it’s about the MedGadget interview I just linked to.

Here’s what caught my attention:

The text, for those who have trouble with the screen cap:

Google News Alert for: Emergency Medicine

Medgadget Interviews Dr. J. James Rohack, President-elect of the AMA
Medgadget.com – San Francisco,CA,USA
He’s a resident of emergency medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. Many pundits and experts believe that the US government will improve access to primary
See all stories on this topic

Heh.  That’sn accurate description of Dr. Nick Genes, who’s a contributor to MedGadget, but the interviewer was Dr. Michael Ostrovsky, an anesthesiologist (on the West Coast somewhere).

Ah, well.  It’s nice they’re talking about you fellows!

Medgadget Interviews Dr. J. James Rohack, President-elect of the AMA – Medgadget – www.medgadget.com

Medgadget Interviews Dr. J. James Rohack, President-elect of the AMA – Medgadget – www.medgadget.com
Medgadget rarely ventures into politics. However, after one of our editors contacted the American Medical Association (AMA) public relations department to check out how the AMA is doing, we were offered a chance to talk to senior leadership in the organization. We, of course, couldn’t have missed such an opportunity! The result is an interview with J. James Rohack, MD, a cardiologist from Bryan, Texas, in the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, and recently announced president-elect of the American Medical Association. Dr. Rohack will assume the AMA presidency in about a year from now, in June 2009.

Looks to be a good interview.  I’ll read it when I get home tonight.  Way to go Dr. Ostrovsky!

Musings of a Highly Trained Monkey: The great internet embargo of 2008

Musings of a Highly Trained Monkey: The great internet embargo of 2008

…So I’m putting the keyboard away for a while.

The life cycle of most bloggers is short, but we all get something from the experience.  I hope she comes back, but only time will tell.