Not being a medical student, I can’t begin to fully appreciate what I saw, but I can say that I would never have otherwise been able to examine cadavers as I did here.
Tomorrow evening we’re heading out to BODIES, The Exhibition at the Atlanta Civic Center. I only just heard about it from the co-workers Friday, but it really sounded like something right up my alley. It’s being marketed as an artistic presentation of human anatomy. The models are made from human…Continue Reading
I stopped in at QuikTrip this morning for some breakfast and coffee. I stopped at the display housing all manner of protein and meal replacement bars. Amongst this presentation of health were the Rice Krispy treats we all long for. It turns out they have a king size version too.…Continue Reading
Why does my yogurt come with a clear-plastic, hard cover? Is there anyone out there that can’t actually finish their yogurt in one sitting? Is that the conspiracy behind the “yogurt is healthy” ad-campaigns? Yogurt is healthy if you finish it in two sittings. No one can actually eat the…Continue Reading
The health check was more or less a complete success. We didn’t actually have any real problems in our environment, though we were given some performance tuning options to resolve any that *may* arrive later. That said, the single most important piece of information regarding an SMS 2003 engineering task…Continue Reading
Today I’m learning some new tricks in SMS 2003. Not that you want to read about that, I’m just laying the ground work for my excuse to ignore this blog. At any rate, I’ll be working with Brett F. at Microsoft to do a “Health Check” of our environment through…Continue Reading
Last night we played a while at the office a good many rounds of Halo 2. We were hoping for more people, but the six we had was a good number to readjust to the new game. I bought a new, Logitech wireless controller for the festivities. It worked out…Continue Reading