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That’s Officer Steve to you ;)
I have received a lot of questions about what program I am using to organize my notes. It is called Evernote and it is still something I am experimenting with but I am quite pleased with the results thus far.
What appeals to me most about it at this point is the ability to edit and sync my notes on my computer to my phone so that I always have all of my notes with me anywhere without the hassle of notebooks and paper. That, along with a fast and responsive engine for tagging and searching makes organizing and finding my notes a lot less time consuming.
As one reader was asking, it does support document and image attachments as well as recorded audio clips (that have thus far not been very useful to me). However, I do insert inlayed images often for diagrammatic purposes.
At this time, it is definitely a much more tedious operation to convert readings and clinical pearls to digital notes when I come home but over the long term, I think they will be more useful.
At a first glance this image seems a bit chaotic, but let’s read what we can from it.
Apparently, a mad dog (as implied by it’s blue head) is causing all the trouble. Man on the right got bitten and the doctor is examining him. We might think that this is a representation of medical practice, but the hen at the top tells a different story. If it’s hungry and has a good appetite the recovery is inevitable, so, not to our surprise, superstition has a much bigger role in this particular situation.
Image is from a 12th century Herbarium.
Felix Baumgartner Completes Record-Setting Jump
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Break a prop? Just put it back and walk away… ha ha!!
Emma’s reaction though
Sometimes it freaks me out how much like their characters they are. Emma’s very concerned, Dan saves the day, Rupert laughs.
I’m never not reblogging this. They’re just so damn cute…
MUTHA. FUCKIN. CLOYSTER.
AND SAY. IT. TO. MAH. FAYCE.
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Picking five favorite books is like picking the five body parts you’d most like not to lose. — Neil Gaiman (via lecri-defantome)
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