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Blogging about Blogs (Part 2 on Blogging)

New Media | July 15, 2008 Read the full post
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While we’ve reflected on whether we think our blog is working, we’ve never posted on blogging basics–so that is the focus of today’s post.

We’re 6 Months Old: Part 1 on Blogging

New Media | July 8, 2008 Read the full post
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We started this blog six months ago. Three months ago we reflected on whether the blog was working and we decided to continue. We declared that we’d continue blogging only as long as we could clearly define how best to…

Second Life (Part 2 of “We Are Living in a Virtual World”)

New Media | July 1, 2008 Read the full post
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This week we build on our June 10 post about virtual worlds and focus on the well-known site, Second Life . To better understand how Second Life can help share HIV information and provide support to those who are HIV-positive,…

Reaching Bloggers for National HIV Testing Day

New Media | June 24, 2008 Read the full post
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Last week, AIDS.gov hosted a Webinar for bloggers in advance of National HIV Testing Day (on June 27). We reached out to bloggers for this event because so many people today depend on bloggers for their news, information, and opinions.

20 students. 6 universities. 8 short videos. 1 cause. National HIV Testing Day Personal Public Service Announcements

New Media | June 17, 2008 Read the full post
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To help get the word out about National HIV Testing Day (June 27), the CDC and the University of Georgia’s New Media Institute collaborated on an innovative new media project. More than 20 students from six universities and five AIDS…

We Are Living in a Virtual World: Part 1

New Media | June 10, 2008 Read the full post
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HealthInfo Island on Second Life When the AIDS.gov team first started hearing about virtual worlds, we were intrigued–and a little confused. Terms like “avatar ” and “in-world meetings” were unfamiliar. Places like Second Life , Whyville , Club Penguin ,…

Learning from Our Family Planning Colleagues

New Media | June 3, 2008 Read the full post
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Miguel Gomez, Director of AIDS.gov Here at AIDS.gov, we’ve learned two things over and over: Health care providers are often really excited by the possibilities of “new media”; and they have a lot of questions about what this actually means…

Using Games in Public Health (Part 2 of “Let the Games Begin”)

New Media | May 27, 2008 Read the full post
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This week we are continuing the second part of our two-part series on video games and public health. Last week we spoke with Tina Hoff, Vice President and Director of Entertainment Media Partnerships at the Kaiser Family Foundation, Marguerita Lightfoot…