A faceplace conversation…
Google and privacy
Ethics and medical school
See? I knew they needed hugs
A very basic H&P entry application. I wrote it to simplify preparing reports when taking H&Ps in medical school. Does not currently save any data, but I am considering a full application that could compete with the other commercial solutions out there.
Graphical Turing test. Uses a simple text database to match up a 10 digit session id to a 7 digit key, both of which are random and have no necessary relation to one another, therefore one cannot be guessed by knowing the other. It is displayed as a graphic that any normal sighted human may read, but should be unreadable by computers. I will be adding more so that it should make it harder for computers to understand it and maintain human readability, also, I will be adding the source.
Not a full program, but a bookmarklet. google movies
And the always popular, iDayv
The websites I have written, besides this one, which may or may not be still active:
Compass Rose quintetdefunct The Dada Beatdefunct BioChem Websitedefunct
- the website had nothing to do with the biochemistry class, but she made everybody write one anyways. Most everybody had trouble even though they were using a graphical editor (Nvu), which makes editing HTML simpler than shit, and were able to post raw MS DOC files on their sites... Update: This site no longer exists because I do not go to the school anymore.
They all have some sort of charm to me. I did do the initial design and all of the HTMLing, but there was quite a bit of input from non-technical and non-design types, so do not hold that against me. All in all, I have written hundreds of HTML pages but many of them have ceased to exist. Eventually, I may scrounge up some of the other pages for everybody to view and gawk at.