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How Tech Can Help Science

My technical problems often involve physical limitations. Continue readingHow Tech Can Help Science

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Masks and Breathing

Here’s a nice anecdotal follow-up to those mask objections I wrote about. Remember, even if it did demonstrate that a mask “cut oxygen levels,” that is not the same order of magnitude of problem as…Continue readingMasks and Breathing

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If $1000 Was One Pixel

Wealth inequality fills me with impotent anger. I think most of us have difficulty grasping the sheer vastness of the gap between working people—including those who make pretty hefty salaries—and billionaires, so I am constantly…Continue readingIf $1000 Was One Pixel

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Life Short Reads

Ne’er Conditioning

Despite it being a non-negotiable feature of our residences, we seem to have incredibly bad luck with air conditioning. Also, we’re back home.Continue readingNe’er Conditioning

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A Lack of Craft

Good intentions are no match for poor workmanship.Continue readingA Lack of Craft

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New Ontology

After a week or so of orientations and Neurology crash courses, disorienting orientations, collecting badges to four different hospitals, and panicked texts to our chief residents, Adam and I started our lives as Neurology residents…Continue readingNew Ontology

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Review: The Slow Regard of Silent Things

An ethereal, emotional sort of story of the sort I immensely enjoy.Continue readingReview: The Slow Regard of Silent Things

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An End and A Beginning

One week ago, I walked away from my last ever ED shift, and with it, my time as a Pediatrics resident. From here onward, I’m exclusively a Neurology resident: No more well child checks, runny…Continue readingAn End and A Beginning