Pubmed: past, present and future

I came across this article discussing the past, present and future of the Pubmed database. I was browsing through the Medicine 2.0 blog and thought that the article may be relevant for some of us who use Pubmed.

The article doesn’t give a detailed review of all the possible tools available to more effectively use the database but it does provide a few extra ideas for those of us who probably only ever used the Search bar. It also discusses some of the more frustrating problems that I’ve certainly come across, most notably the return of abstracts completely unrelated to my search query.

Here is the direct link to the article: http://laikaspoetnik.wordpress.com/2008/06/11/pubmed-past-present-and-future-part-i/