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OK, I can read the writing on the wall, Google #Tasks is soon to be axed. Think I'll switch to #Any.do Maybe I'll try Keep later depending on how it is integrated into Gmail and Calendar.
 
The newest version of Google Keep reminds you of important tasks and errands at just the right time with notifications in #Chrome or on your #Chromebook. To get started, select the “Remind me” button from the bottom of any note, and add a reminder for a specific date and time or a more general time of day, like tomorrow morning.

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And the Tastiest Town in the South is ... Durham, NC! Is anyone surprised?

Learn more about the South's new culinary capital here: http://bit.ly/10P4Qin, and check out +Southern Living's feature on Durham's food culture: http://bit.ly/10P5o7Q

#Durham #BullCity #Foodie #South
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I'm considering going from an #Android to an #iPhone 5s, which would be baby's-first Apple product. Thoughts? Advice?
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Thus far, in general, yes, things are moving more swiftly :) there are a few things that hang/stall, but on the whole, a massive improvement.
48 hours later and I suppose it was probably a good experience and that I'm better for it :)
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WASHINGTON -- Up to three scans using 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose-enhanced positron emission tomography technology can be covered by Medicare for oncology treatment planning, the Centers for Medicare and M
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In a first-of-its-kind operation in the United States, a team of doctors at Duke University Hospital helped create a bioengineered blood vessel and transplanted it into the arm of a patient with end-stage kidney disease. The new vein is an off-the-shelf, human cell-based product with no biological properties that would cause organ rejection.
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My post-doc office pointed this out recently, and I tried the first few steps. Seems to be a pretty excellent tool for scientists/PhDs who are choosing, interested in, or condemned to a non-tenure track professorship.
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Two highlight quotes:
"some physicians now believe that considering cost serves not only the equitable distribution of finite services, but also the real interests of individual patients. Medical bills, after all, are among the leading causes of personal bankruptcy in the United States."
" helping a patient become well enough to climb the stairs to his apartment is meaningless if our care leaves him unable to afford that apartment. Protecting our patients from financial ruin is fundamental to doing no harm."
Hope this is editorial is publicly available.
Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — Cents and Sensitivity — Teaching Physicians to Think about Costs.
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Thanks for sending the complete article.

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Medical Physicist
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  • Duke University Health System
    Medical Physicist, 2013 - present
  • Duke University
    Postdoctoral Associate, 2011 - 2013
  • Duke University
    Graduate Student, 2005 - 2011
  • GE Healthcare
    Summer Intern, 2005 - 2005
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I am a Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physicist with the Clinical Imaging Physics Group (CIPG) at the Duke University Medical Center. In April, 2011, I began a three-year residency that included rotations through nine clinical and technical modules: general radiographic imaging, mammography, fluoroscopy, computed tomography, radiation safety, information technologies, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging, as well as a research component. In May 2013, transitioned from a resident to a staff radiation physicist.
Education
  • Duke University Graduate School
    Medical Physics, 2005 - 2011
  • DePauw University
    Physics, 2001 - 2005
  • Tri-West Jr./Sr. High School
    1997 - 2001
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Aaron did a great job. The loss of the star was because JD was supposed to send someone yesterday at 2pm, so I had left work to come home and meet the plumber. Tabitha from JD called me at 2pm just as I walked in the door to let me know the plumber (I don't know who it) was anywhere from 30 min to 2 hours behind schedule. I could either wait or reschedule. Thus, Aaron did a great job today, JD could have given me a better heads up yesterday.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
On time, professional, and kind. We will definitely use again for future electrician needs.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
FBCL catered our cake and dessert table for our wedding. At the end of the evening, there was nothing left. We had ordered enough cake, brownies, cookies, etc. for each guest to have 2.5-3 servings. Thankfully our caterer saved a little of each for the bride and me otherwise we wouldn't have had any because our guests devoured everything! The FBCL is a place we always visit when we're in Asheville, and it will continue to be.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Dylan did a great job at our wedding reception. He is absolutely a professional: as a couple we had good interactions with him, our parents enjoyed talking with him, and our coordinator reported that he was very responsive and easy to work with. Also, when comparing his website with some other Asheville DJ's website, his was "sophisticated." Being a DJ requires using several types of technology, so when I was searching and would find DJ websites that looked like they were designed in Geocities 20 years ago, I was skeptical that the DJ was keeping up with technology. Initially, I, the groom, was pessimistic about the need for a DJ. Our venue had a sound system that we could plug a computer/iPod/iPad into, and I was in favor of avoiding the cost of a DJ and just having a pre-set playlist. I was over-ruled :) I thought a few people at our reception would dance but that it would be a tame crowd. I was wrong, which I attribute to Dylan, and I was really glad we hired him. The dance order was: bride-groom, father-daughter, mother-son, and then the floor opened up for everyone. Immediately, the dance floor filled! I'd never seen anything like it at a wedding, and several people came up to us and said they hadn't seen anything like it either. We were all accustomed to weddings with DJs and guests slowly, awkwardly trickling onto the dance floor. We had the completely opposite experience and it was awesome! We had a wide age range, and everyone was into it. Over the 2 hours, the dancing was continuous with only a couple lulls where people were resting. It was a great party that our guests kept remarking on. In our opinion, with Dylan, you get what you pay for: you can find cheaper DJs, but he is absolute quality.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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We had our wedding at The Farm in Candler, and this Holiday Inn was close, inexpensive, and relatively nice compared to the other options at the Candler exit. Our guests who stayed there didn’t have complaints, but we faced challenges dealing with this hotel. We set up a wedding block, but the first people who tried to make reservations ~3 months before our wedding were told the block was closed. We had to call and straighten this out this clerical error (no idea who else was turned down). Then, a couple of days before our wedding we dropped off welcome boxes for our guests staying there. After a couple of hours, the front desk clerk called us back to say she could only find 5 out of ~25 parties staying at the Holiday Inn. When we drove back to sort this out, we stood and watched her type in names and miraculously she was finding ALL of them, which she was just confident she couldn’t find a short time earlier. Two days before our wedding, running errands and greeting guests, we didn’t need to spend the extra hour dealing with this non-issue.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The floral and table décor for our wedding was excellent. We had originally hired a different florist, who went out of business ~3 months before our wedding. Our coordinator recommended Studio Flora. Beth stepped in quickly, and she was helpful and accommodating. Even though the design we'd worked out with our previous florist was not necessarily her aesthetic, Beth brought it to life. What could have been a really stressful change was made seamless by her professionalism and excellent communication.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I was obligated to stay here as part of a conference. The conference area is nice. The room was musky. Housekeeping did a nice job. Otherwise, the service was exceptionally poor, and similar to what others have said, there is a lot of nickel and dime-ing.
Quality: Poor - FairFacilities: GoodService: Poor - Fair
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