You recall that I learned about a French colleague's unfortunate "sacking" through a Dutch colleague's tweet of an article by a French author in BMJ and wrote about it on this blog and my French blog. This all led to broad 2.0 relaying of the story in France.
Chapter 2 is a somewhat happier story. Braillon and SIlber responded jointly this weekend to an article that Alain Braillon had noticed. And sure enough it was published online the same day and discouvered thanks to a Google alert received this morning
Our response explained why we think that the FDA should not suddenly be recommending that patients fill in lists of x-rays taken on a separate form, given the many alternatives for a relatively complete file online, not to mention the "meaningful use" incentive.
In any event, given how fast 2.0 communication is going, what are you waiting for? Isn't there something you need to publish?