TSB has decided that its time for 2010 People's Choice Awards. No fellow bloggers, TSB is not looking to upstage Robin Young's second annual spinelalapalooza in the happiest place on earth. TSB wants to know what you, the people believe are the most innovative spine technologies of 2010. Or, has there been any innovation? In addition, we would like to announce new categories that have been added to this years ceremony. Before we start, this years entertainment will be the Fergie (love that girl), will i am, Taboo and apl.de.ap., aka The Black Eyed Peas. There'll be an open bar, only to be topped off with our first humanitarian award. Unlike the V Brothers, that like to drink Cristal, TSB will be serving Billecart -Salmon Rose. This year we will take this ceremony in a different direction, not only are we interested in knowing what is the best technology, we are also looking for the worst. A new category will be an award that goes out to the best CEO in the industry, and who is the worst to work for? Your opinion counts. Remember we're counting down the days to OTW's spinelalapalooza.
In retrospect, last years Spine Technology Awards lacked some real firepower. Mike Sherman was the only entertainment of the night. If anything, the party solidified whom Robin is indebted to. Who will be this years casualty, next year? Last year, Applied Spine Technologies received accolades for innovation, yet this year, it is a distant memory. Who will be this years Matt Songer, submitting numerous products that have been around for a few years? How desperate will some people get? Remember, just because you win, or are acknowledged, doesn't mean you'll survive. If anything, this could be the kiss of death. Will there even be a category for Dynamic Stabilization? Will we hear a dissertation on the current state of affairs? This is a golden opportunity for you, the people to determine what's new, what's true, and what can potentially make a difference in the clinical outcomes for the people. TSB wants to know who is going, who is showing, and who can care less?