Last year, I sent out a tweet to the #radonc community:
The idea was to get the feedback for what others thought were important developments in the radiation oncology.
Twitter determines the exposure of your tweets to other users’ algorithmically. That’s the reason I prefer asymmetric platforms like Telegram, where there is an orderly flow of information. It is apparent that exposure to tweets depends on how well the platform assumes your “interconnected state”.
There were interesting submissions.
For the record, I am including the PDF’s and the salient points from the papers. I am not including my commentary for this series. It has been an enriching experience to interact with fellow colleagues, and I hope the idea catches on. I plan to add my ideas on other important issues in the future blog posts.
Stay tuned for the series!