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I won a Golden Llama Award!
Got your attention. Didn’t I?
No. Not that closet.
Check my about page for details.
Yes!!! I’m glad that you’ve finally come “out of the closet!”
You don’t know how many times I almost “slipped up” and used your name! *LOL*
Relief! Now I can call you Dr. Vijay! :o)
Dr. Vijay sounds so formal
Call me Vijay
Nice to know you. Keep on blogging, buddy!
I am not there yet!
And why, may I ask, this sudden revelation?
You name we now (publically) know. We shall wait for the weekend to meet you in person.
Actually, I was telling Arunn yesterday, when he addressed you as Vijay to me in the course of a conversation, that I cannot imagine you having any name other than scan man. Vijay sounds like a stragner ! Scan man, a friend
Lakshmi, The reasons for the ’sudden revelation.’
When I started blogging 6 months ago, I wasn’t too sure if it would be something that I would stick to. I realize now that I’m going to stick to blogging. It is no longer a ‘passing fancy.’
And I did not know if there would be any professional liability caused by blogging. I’ve not found a single thing which could be considered a liability professionally.
From what I could discern, most medical bloggers chose to remain anonymous because they don’t want their patients and/or their employer(s) to know about their blogs. I have no such problems. As a radiologist I don’t have any patients of my own. They come to me because some other doctor sent them. And my employer was the one who pushed me into blogging
There really didn’t seem to be a necessity for me to ‘hide.’
Orthodoc, I know you are in Chennai. Do you by any chance know a surgeon called Prem Kumar? He’s a classmate and a good friend. And he happens to be the only person I know who calls me buddy
Vijay: kindly replace the @ symbols in those email ids with say, a “AT” written like that, in your about page. Spam will be reduced.
Thanks Arunn. I always wondered why most blog email-ids were written without the symbols!
Sorry Vijay to disappoint you! I am not Prem Kumar, and neither do I know anyone by that name. But if I do I will let you know.
Just like Lakshmi suggested …suddenly referring to you as Vijay makes me wonder if I am talking to Scanaman at all! But I guess its a matter of time. We, including myself, will get used to it.
Blog away, dear friend…
Nice to meet you. I’ve considered revealing my identity and found your thoughts in the comments above intriguing. Maybe some day. Keep on blogging, I’m enjoying it.
Vijay … it seems so strange to use your real name on here … I feel like I’m writing you an email! *LOL*
Thank you for giving me leave to drop the honorific. I usually use the title before a person’s name in public, even when we’re on first name basis in emails. I will do as you ask though … :o)
About “Dr. A” … that’s what my old PCP calls himself … and each time I see “Dr. A” … it makes my heart skip a beat! *ack!* Looking forward to being able to call Dr. Anon something OTHER than Dr. A! >;o)
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