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Entries from June 2006

The Uncertain Future of This Weblog

June 19th, 2006 · 11 Comments

I thought that it was odd enough when I discovered that my mother-in-law was reading this. Recently I’ve come to realize that this weblog, which started out as a way for me to collect little bits and pieces from around the internet (and my reactions to said bits and pieces), has grown in unintended […]

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Some extra tidbits.

June 13th, 2006 · 3 Comments

While I’m feeling pretty good today, and have a handful of extra goodies to share (including one specifically for my coffee-addled friend D., who reportedly reads this blog from time to time),

Attention Passengers: Is there a doctor on board the aircraft? 85% of the time, the answer is ‘yes’ [LA Times: username/pw available […]

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Call of the Wild

June 13th, 2006 · 4 Comments

It is hard to sit in the lab today and glimpse the small patch of blue sky that I can see between buildings knowing that my bicycle sits in the dark basement, alone. If things hold up outside, I’m going to try to get home a little early and sneak out for a ride.
Today’s […]

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School’s Out

June 12th, 2006 · 1 Comment

I just returned from a week at Georgetown University, in lovely Washington, DC. I had the pleasure of attending the 2006 Intensive Summer Bioethics Course. This was a real treat, for a number of reasons. First, it wholly resurrected my love for philosophy, which actually started well before I attended The […]

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Last few things …

June 4th, 2006 · 2 Comments

Ok. I can’t resist. Three last things:

I live in a state that has some of the dumbest drivers.
I apparently also live in a state with the smartest local town counsel.
The latest edition of Pediatric Grand Rounds is up at Anxiety, Addiction and Depression Treatments.

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Data Mining Redux

June 4th, 2006 · 1 Comment

It’s still pretty grim weather-wise here in JP. After a few hours in the lab meeting with my advisor and one of the students in the lab regarding the ‘hand-off’ of a project that will surely consume my life for the next several months, I hunkered down in the clinic for a few hours […]

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