September 20, 2004

Minnesota Public Health Association

For those interested in public health, may I recommend joining the Minnesota Public Health Association. Its a great way to meet people interested in public health, and it's free!

Posted by calv0016 at 11:23 AM

September 8, 2004

If Respiratory makes you want to vomit . . .

Google may know why.

A special Class of 2007 Webpage Award will be given to the first person to offer up an electronic picture of the actual event.

Posted by calv0016 at 10:38 PM

September 7, 2004

Lectures Online is up

Lectures Online seems to be up and running. To get to the lectures, hit meded.umn.edu, go to Year 2, click schedules in the upper right corener, log in, click "web", then click on the lecture of interest.

The direct link is here.

Posted by calv0016 at 11:56 AM

September 3, 2004

Lectures Online 2004-5

Lectures Online is almost ready. While there are a few minor unknowns, I expect LoL to be up and running smoothly by Wednesday at noon at the latest. My apologies to anybody planning on LoLing the first day of school - you might have to wait a day to get your info. But for crying out loud - it's the FIRST DAY! And it's not like they give you any real info on the first day that's on the test, right....

Posted by calv0016 at 3:11 PM

Ad-Aware

a significant new version of Ad-Aware is available. I highly recommend periodically scanning your computer. A quote:

Ad-Aware is designed to provide advanced protection from known Data-mining, aggressive advertising, Parasites, Scumware, selected traditional Trojans, Dialers, Malware, Browser hijackers, and tracking components. With the release of Ad-Aware SE Personal edition, Lavasoft takes the fight against Spyware to the next level.

Get it here. Thanks to Greg for the heads-up.

Posted by calv0016 at 3:08 PM

September 2, 2004

Clinical Sciences Campus Plan

The University of Minnesota, Fairview Health Services, and University of Minnesota Physicians have completed the first phase of planning to revitalize their shared clinical campus.

More information is located here.

Posted by calv0016 at 2:53 PM