Archive for August, 2009
I’m a pretty die-hard Mac fan, when push comes to shove. Recently my significant other was shopping for a computer, and tempted by the low sticker price and absurdly powerful graphics card I spent a few days contemplating a stint with the dark side. Then of course I had to *use* said computer. So now […]
Filed under: Macs in Research, Reviews | Leave a Comment
A paper in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine just aged its way past the reporting embargo, and immediately hit the streets. It’s conclusions? Playing video games are bad for your physical and mental well-being. But how good is the paper and its findngs? Read on, for one random internet poster’s opinion.
Filed under: Epidemiology, Fat Acceptance | 3 Comments
It started in Miami – or at least, that’s where the first reports came from. Haiti, Cuba and the Dominican Republic were overrun so quickly that there was some speculation that those first cases were just imports from abroad. Of course, by that time, with 56 million dead and twice that many undead, the vaugaries […]
Filed under: Epidemiology, Virtual Epi | 4 Comments