Saturday, September 03, 2005

Dr. Charles and Legends of the Examining Room

Fellow medblogger Dr. Charles has self-published a book, Legends of the Examining Room, consisting of a "best of" his blog. Dr. Charles was one of the first medbloggers I encountered when I first dipped my toes in to the blogosphere. Even though I'm not strictly a medblogger (although I seem to be drifting even further away from straight medblogging lately), he was a big early influence. His stories are well-told, often amusing, and definitely show the human side of medicine

Even better, he's donating a portion of the proceeds to relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Hmmm. Maybe I should consider emulating Dr. Charles one more time. On second thought, somehow I don't think the strangeness that is Orac would translate very well into the printed page...

5 example(s) of insolence returned:

At 9/03/2005 3:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you could find a copyright loophole, I bet you could make some coin self-publishing EneMan paraphanelia. ;)



At 9/03/2005 3:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I knew that didn't look right. :/



At 9/03/2005 9:24 PM, Anonymous altunarail said...

I don't think EneMan parphernalia ever looks "right".


At 9/03/2005 9:26 PM, Anonymous altunarail said...

Forgot the emoticon



At 9/05/2005 8:06 PM, Blogger Dr. Charles said...

hey man, thanks for the love.


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