pie.med.utoronto.ca Review:Perioperative Interactive Education: PIE, Patient Simulation, Virtual TEE, cardiac valves, VIC, spine, liver, surgical video - Discover applications including TEE: transesophageal echocardiography, 3D heart, Virtual Liver, Virtual Spine, the Perioperative Patient Simulation, ALND, VIC, surgical video and more.
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The books are smaller but nice. Will be interesting to see when they are full with all the quarters. But of course, that won't be until 2021 :(
I finally got the message my Windows Vista laptop had been sending me since I bought it: "I'm here to load Windows Updates, Go Away". Concurrent with that was the realization that I love my iPad because when I turn it on, it comes on, and when I turn it off, it goes off. This Chromebook comes on INSTANTLY, shuts off INSTANTLY, and is a sweet platform to work from in between. The display is awesome. The WIFI is solid. The keyboard facilitates rapid touch typing. The battery life is sufficient. The charger is quick enough. It weights nothing. The price is terrific. ChromeOS provides plenty of functionality (browser, mail, files, photo editing, blogger, calendar, drive, docs/sheets/slides, etc). They're working with Adobe on some sort of streaming access to the CC suite, and with that my needs will mostly be met.