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June 17, 2006


Congrats, DemFrom (and Melanie and everyone else who has contributed). Fluwiki is one of the really remarkable testaments to the power of open-source tools.

Web 3.0 ;-)

Happy birthday old-timer (in www-years). They say it's all downhill after 1.

It sounds like the platform you've established/are establishing is very likely to outlive the flu threat (I hope) and serve well as a means to connect local health care providers and government agencies -- in both directions -- for less terrifying health matters well into the future.

Happy birthday, my friend. Thanks for your hard work.

I am just back from Indonesia, where, in addition to the earthquake consequences I will Diary in a few days, I was witness to the continuing habit of Balinese breeders to give their fighting cocks food and water mouth-to-beak. Combine that with the lackadaisical approach to medical science in Indonesian labs that you have documented and it's easy to see why it's best not to get complacent.

And thanks for linking AlphaGeek's astonishingly good "be prepared" Diaries. Those are headed for their first birthday, too, and as useful as ever.

Hey, were y'all invited to this?


"WASHINGTON, June 20, 2006 - Secretary of Health & Human Services, Mike Leavitt, Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns, and Special Assistant to the President for Biodefense at the White House Homeland Security Council, Dr. Rajeev Venkayya, will discuss preparations for avian influenza in the U.S. Secretary Leavitt will discuss public health preparedness; Secretary Johanns will discuss domestic bird monitoring systems; and Dr. Venkayya will discuss the President's policy initiatives. There will be a question and answer session following remarks from host participants."

I was wondering what some of the more mature members here do about dating. It seems much harder for older singles to find a mate, so I might be turning to online dating for older singles.
any suggestions? thanks.

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