Category Archives: Astronomy

Shoulder Mounted Newt

My early scope, a 900 mm Bushnell, hadn’t seen much use lately, so I converted it into a true ‘grab and go’.  I added a diagonal and some weekend wood working to come up with this. At 30x, I can … Continue reading

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Healthcare, 2.0, Social Networking, and Business

As a response to another post over at HIStalk that basically wondered if Healthcare 2.0 and social networking software will help healthcare in the future. I sent in a comment and was published: From John: “Re: Web 2.0. Web 2.0 … Continue reading

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Privacy Statement in a Virtual Land

As you wander a lonely virtual landscape, is anyone watching you?  Probably, if the land collect stats.  Should you be told? As some may know, I maintain the Path of Support on Healthinfo Island in Second Life.* It features almost … Continue reading

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Certified.

I’ve finished up my course work at Oregon Health and Sciences University and now am an official Biomedical Informaticist! It is quite a program.  While I had researched BMI by myself for about a year prior to applying to OHSU, … Continue reading

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Messier Podcast Links Going Up

I’m starting to put up podcasts to the different Messier objects.  It’ll take a while, and if it gets too popular, I’ll need to host em somewhere else. They are going up at this page. Actually all the files are … Continue reading

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