The Brain of a Pathologist…

13 04 2011

Wordle is a website that generates word clouds based on whatever text you feed it.  Over the past 3 months, I’ve typed a 100,000 word Anatomic Pathology note-set in preparation for the boards.  When I pasted it to Wordle, this is what I got:

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“The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated” -Mark Twain

1 04 2011

It has been quite awhile since my last update, and for that, I do apologize.  There has been quite a bit going on in my life, both personally and professionally, since my last post, and, as a result 1xO has been simmering on the back burner.

The primary reason for such neglect has been a conscious decision to hunker down and begin the death march towards the AP/CP Boards (for which we finally have a date: May25/26) and 40 hour study weeks on top of 40 hour work weeks do not lend themselves to moonlighting as Chatty Cathys on the interwebs…

Come June, however, I do promise to be back, and with a vengeance at that.  There’s a lot of pent-up prose in this mind of mine that needs to be let out at some point!

So, if you still subscribe to 1xO, thank you very much for your patience; if you’ve left, well, then you won’t read this anyway… 😉

Until then, I leave you with a YouTube Video demonstrating how I would like to be signing out in the next 5 years, thank you in advance industry… 🙂  The video is actually hilarious, imho.  With the serious and silent pristine white-coated gentleman intently/creepily manipulate a slide of obviously normal cerebellum all at the same time demonstrating the power of multi-touch on a huge monolithic Rads-like light box.  Could you imagine singing out 150 cases propped up like that?? haha!








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