Monthly Archives: November 2010
Today I promised my students to put the link to one of the most inspiring lectures I know. This one is “Last Lecture” by Randy Pausch.
http://www.nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJMoa1004383 a recent study shows that the results of transplants are getting better. I am tempted to perform similar study at our center – I think the improvement might be even higher in the last 3 years in our ward … Continue reading
How do I get to know all those good things to organize work? I usually listen to the things people tell me plus explore the zenhabits.net – which is promoting values that I strive for. Minimalism, good life, concentration and happiness. … Continue reading
I have just visited Heidelberg. I felt with love with the city – I will be coming back …. at least for the Christmas Market. The atmosphere in the city reminds me of Berlin Mitte made in to the small … Continue reading
2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. Read this to find out what it means.
http://www.ted.com/ – I enjoy the ideas from other fields of science and technology. There you can find plenty of them shown in an amazing way.
This is the greatest improvement in productivity that I have experienced since I started to use Xmind. The launcher program helps to instantly find any file, program, or web page that you have ever used. I am so impressed!!! I … Continue reading
There is new paper published about possible cure of some patients that took imatinib for CML Here is the link to the Medscape news Here is the link to the original paper