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Microsoft Offers One Note for the IPhone And It’s Free For Now-Get It For Taking Notes by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 18 Jan 2011 6:40pm One Note is probably one of my favorites and I have it on my Windows Mobile phone and it comes in handy for notes and to synchronize them so a little bit of the Office Suite love comes to the Iphone.  Will the IPad be next?  To me it certainly sounds like the potential next transition.  I am a bit partial to Office as it is what I know ad what ... Read on »
“Fit Notes” To Replace Sick Notes To Cut Employee Absences by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 27 Nov 2008 12:01pm The Government have today released details of a new plan to reduced the huge losses to Britain’s economy from workers taking sick days. “Fit notes” will replace sick notes and are aimed at clawing back some of the £100bn lost every year from the work force. The idea of giving workers a note from their doctors to prove their sickness was set up ... Read on »
Use AudioNote for Synchronized Recording and Note Taking on iPad by Lon Thornburg Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Feb 2012 12:00am When students need support for lectures and notes, take a look at AudioNote ($4.99) and AudioNote Lite (free) for the iPad. AudioNote allows notes to be handwritten in pen mode for drawings and notes, or typed with the keyboard.The lite version can record a lecture and track notes written during the session and sync them to the record ... Read on »
Window Note pad – Aero Concept Note pad intended for House windows Vis and Windows Seven by office2007 Posted Fri 06 Jul 2012 6:06am Notepad is a very common text-only editor that doesn't support any formatting. However, most people believe it is to be very valuable while using easy screen along with features in which made it swifter and much easier to be used to get standard textual content treatments. The style doesn't improve at the same time since the beginning until e ... Read on »
Please note that if someone sends you an unsolicited note by chenxiao Posted Sat 17 Nov 2012 1:15am Looking for random conversation, some cheap ugg boots 5818 good laughs and the occasional bargain? Here's your group. Please review the additional guidelines that will be enforced on top of the Community Guidelines, in order to maintain a uggs friendly environment that is welcoming uggs boots to all: 4. Profanity is no longer censored, ... Read on »
Fit notes, not sick notes by Peter Beard Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Jun 2009 6:42pm Tuesday 2nd December 2008 We were reading the Sky News website this morning and we came across Government plans to introduce ‘fit notes’ instead of sick notes. Instead of stating what you’re not fit to do, the new scheme will assess what you are able to do. We think this is fantastic! It will have a really positive impact in the workpla ... Read on »
A Few Other Notes to Note by Janet S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:12pm 1) Over the weekend keep your eyes open for a new survey focused on the 50 plus worker -- I'll have a survey link on the blog. I'd love for as many of you to participate as possible. It will only be up for a limited time, so get your voice heard quickly. 2) A report on a wonderful webconference I was privileged to take part in as well as ... Read on »
Note to self – write a note to self by Tina G. Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Mar 2010 1:21am * get infills done – can’t hide it with a coat of nail polish any longer. * fold laundry – not cool living out of a washing basket. * close the zip on backpack – I’m a bit old to use the excuse “cat ate my homework” even though it was true and I did catch the cat chewing on it! Read on »
A Note on NOTES by Dr. Arnon Krongrad Medical Doctor Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 5:40pm I write this from the Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. I write at the conclusion of the first day of the 1st International Summit on … um … er … Some of it is clear. For example, we are talking about NOTES: Natural Orifice Translumenal Encoscopic Surgery. You know, the kind in which the surgeon removes your kidney through your vagin ... Read on »
Mental Health Notes thinks has made an A.S.S. of themselves by Jerry D. Russell Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:04pm Alicia Sparks of Mental Health Notes has awarded what she calls the A.S.S. Award (for Mental Health Notes’ A busive S upporter of S tigma).  Miss Sparks is granting this award based on an article published by titled Are Dairy and Milk Making Brit Split?, in which the author makes more than one rather provocative and supposedly cute “qui ... Read on »