Month: October 2007

  • Praying skeletons

    The History of Medicine Division of the US National Library of Medicine is sharing selections from its collection of illustrated anatomical atlases dating from the 15th to the 20th century in a digital project called Historical Anatomies on the Web. Selections means that you mainly see high-quality images, not text, and not complete works. The […]

  • Technology and ideas – all for free at the Pop!Tech conference

    Here’s a tip from the blog about an exciting conference called Pop!Tech. If you can’t participate live in Camden, Maine, then enjoy the conference from the comfort of your home by live webcast. Dates are October 18 through 20. This conference brings together “500 visionary thinkers in the sciences, technology, business, design, the arts, […]

  • While I was sleeping, I got tagged

    Well, I haven’t been off sleeping, but while I wasn’t actively blogging, I got tagged from waaay down under. Thanks, Rhonda – I think? Now I need to find 8 things to say about myself that few people know about. Hmmm. I once spent the night on a mountain top in Nepal. Two friends and […]