Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Tweeting It Up from the Chicago MidWinter Meeting

One of the reasons I'm such a huge fan of social media is the ability to keep you all informed of changes and happenings in the world of both dentistry and technology.  It's been my goal for as long as I've had an online presence that I would try my best to share info with you as quickly as possible.
Now in case you didn't know, this week is the week of the Chicago Dental Society's MidWinter Meeting.  Many people in the industry look forward to this meeting because over the years it has acquired the reputation of being a showcase event for companies bringing a new product or new products to market.
Frequently the booths of the MidWinter Meeting are crowded with doctors and industry followers hoping to catch a glimpse of "the next big thing".
Over the years the MidWinter has seen product announcements like the Gendex CB-500 cone beam device, Curve Dental's cloud software capturing digital x-rays through the browser & into the cloud, and lots of other game changing products.
This year promises to be another banner year for new products and this is where I'm  hoping to help along with social media.  My Twitter feed is setup to cross-post to my Facebook account.  Basically anything I tweet will also end up on my Facebook page.  While I'm in Chicago I'm hoping to keep you all informed of product announcements by tweeting whenever I have something interesting.
So… stay tuned to my Twitter feed for all the latest and greatest from the Chicago MidWinter Meeting.  I will be posting as frequently as possible, but my goal is to provide cutting edge information for those of you who are at the show & looking for the latest and greatest.  However, if you happen to be someone who didn't get a chance to make the meeting this year, I hope to provide info to you on products that might interest you as well.
Feel free to reply to my Tweets or ask questions if you are so inclined.  This meeting is always one that keeps me busy from the time I get up until the time I hit the sheets, but I'll do my best to reply back and answer questions when possible.

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