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May 15, 2007

Newsletter 5-13-07

Filed under: newsletter — seniorgeek @ 9:33 pm

The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine has a very informative medical site. Most of the information is recent news on a variety specialty subjects. You should be able to find recent news about any medical field from this site, such as Cardiovascular, Infectious Disease, Pediatrics, Radiology, and Urology to name a few.The from page has many special reports of interest to all the medical community including Podcasts and research reports. Basically a medical newspaper home page.

Does the US Government offer any benefits that you may be able to use? The easiest way to find out is go the web site and fill out the personal survey ( fairly lengthy) so they can tailor the benefits available to fit your needs. The results will be worth the time it takes to finish the survey.

Time magazine has a list of the 100 men and women whose power, talent or moral example is transforming the world. Check it out.

Are you trying to find someone? If so, this is the place to start. A legal firm has put a list a great resources to use to find anybody anywhere. Basically they teach legal professionals how to do research but you can gain from their knowledge and do your own searching and save a bundle at the same time.

Continuing on the personal search theme, at the following site you can, verify any U.S. address and get information on the county, time zone, house of representative member, latitude, longitude, income, home prices and more. I searched on my address and found the following list of information:
Public record, Postal Carrier route number, county, time zone, local government officials, latitude and longitude, Census information, maps, and much more.

The new site can be described as “Wikipedia for legislation,” said Jim Harper, founder of the site.
The site allows lawmakers, lobbyists, trade association officials and others with expertise on specific subjects to update wiki entries on pending federal legislation. The public can also add comments on legislation, Harper said.
In a statement, Washington Watch said it created the wiki to provide interest groups and individuals a source for the most current information about federal legislation, including the status, how the proposed laws would affect existing programs and law, the projected cost to taxpayers if passed, and pro and con arguments.
“ provides a more user-friendly and interactive way for the public to learn about legislation than the Library of Congress site,” Harper said. “It’s all about government transparency.”

“Common sense and a sense of humor are the same thing, moving at different speeds. A sense of humor is just common sense, dancing.”

William James


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