An iPod for all at doctors' paperless meeting – Just Cool!

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iPod Touch. If a toddler can use this, he thought, surely neurosurgeons can. So, after months of planning, May 3 marks the first day of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons first paperless annual meeting in Philadelphia this week. Each of the roughly 3,000 medical attendees will receive a free iPod Touch in place of what used to be a 165-page program book and briefcase-size bag. Perhaps better still, the iPods, each of which comes with a slender, nylon pouch, are theirs to keep, according to AASN Exhibits Manager Ken J. Schott, who replied to my query using a BlackBerry. Read full story at]]>

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