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Returning to the blogosphere by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Hello everyone. Wow, it's dusty around these parts; it's been quite a while! I have taken several months away from the blogosphere, trying to think about why I would be ... Read on »
Not from this angle! by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc In my email this morning, I found two articles that hit two issues where I have significant interest. I first read Joseph Ganem's article on A Math Paradox: The Widening Gap ... Read on »
31 Days of Awesome by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc It's October regardless of that a few days have passed before I got this post authored. Things have been incredibly busy with just about everyone feeling overextended and ove ... Read on »
More Thoughts on Trash by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Lately I have been blogging about issues much closer to my scholarship rather than generalities and particularities of being a graduate student. As such, my posts have gotten ... Read on »
Please look at the legend before you assume you know the scale by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Ugh, what. a. week. Lots of discussions, lots of frustrations, and lots of nodding and smiling so I did not say something I should not say. To be clear, I have no proble ... Read on »
And now for something completely different... by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc A friend forwarded me this YouTube video about attitudes around the H1N1 virus. It takes a great number of liberties, but it was far too funny not to share. Read on »
Thriving Beyond the Limit Point by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Living in today's world often means coming face-to-face with our uncertainty. We desire for things to be airtight, logical, rational, and above any sort of reasonable questio ... Read on »
Freeing ourselves from history by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Ironically, we have another article in the NY Times today about things becoming trash: incidentally the item in question is human heritage . The article presents the tens ... Read on »
Where So Many Things are Just Trash by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc With a little inspiration coming to me today from the NY Times, I thought I would write about trash. Today, the Times reported on a rather innovative idea of trash-tracking w ... Read on »
Living Without Elders in the Age of the Internet by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Somehow, someway, we permit the internet to permeate our lives. Each of us integrate the internet in a different way, yet I am confident that anyone who reads this has some e ... Read on »
Scientiae: Genius is... by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc 1% inspiration,99% desperation or so it seems from this month's carnival submissions. With it being the least wonderful time of the year , I decided that it would be pruden ... Read on »
Driving in Traffic, Academic Style by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc This weekend I found myself driving in neighboring Really Big City. Typically I despise big city driving, but it fits the nature of "inspiration or desperation" quite nicely. ... Read on »
The Tryanny of Only by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I elected to take my classes outside of my primary department this semester as I work on building up my concentration electives. My research combines a lot of different areas ... Read on »
A Matter of Perspective by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc An old joke goes, there are 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who don't. Incidentally, this joke also divides the two camps of persons wh ... Read on »
Free the Feet! by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc The beginning of a new semester affords many opportunities to reacquaint oneself with the mechanics of being back in school. One of the most challenging for me is getting bac ... Read on »
And it's my turn to host Scientiae! by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc YAY!!!!! Something to challenge me to dust the blog off.... Without further ado.... The theme this month:Inspiration or Desperation? I have been thinking about office ... Read on »
Update: RBOC Style by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc So I've actually never written a post full of random updates but I have an odd assortment of things on the mind: Getting away from the computer is easier said than done. ... Read on »
An Open Letter to Engineering Professors by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Have you noticed the students in front of you to the point of seeing them? Do you see students catching onto material quicker than you expected? What about students who se ... Read on »
Be kind to your four-footed friends! by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Happy Fourth of July everyone. I hope you had a good time doing whatever you were doing. Today I hung out mostly indoors because it was raining. My friends and I are an ... Read on »
The Stuff Dreams are Made Of by Academic Crossroads .. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Patchi at the Middle Years is hosting Scientiae this month. Her theme is "Mirror, mirror on the wall" which almost served as the title to this post, but I thought I might t ... Read on »