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21 things that became obsolete this decade December 31, 2009

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When was the last time you used your PDA, fax machine, VCR, CD player, etc? Oh yeah, we have left many gadgets behind this decade.

Read on here!

Via: Businessinsider.com

Amazing photo of Dresden December 26, 2009

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Wow!I usually try not to stray from the main topic of this blog, but this is a must see for all my readers, I believe. On the following website you may see an interactive snapshot of the town of Dresden, Germany.

It is billed as the largest picture in the world today with a resolution of 297,500 x 87,500 pixels or 26 gigapixels (that’s 26,000 megapixels if you compare it with your own camera’s megapixel count).

It consists of 1,665 full format pictures with 21.4 megapixels, which was recorded by a photo-robot in 172 minutes. Conversion of the 102GB Raw data by a computer with a main memory cache of 48 GB and 16 processors took 4 days.

The photo was taken on the roof of the building “Haus der Presse” and starts at the left side with the Ostragehege. It was made with the Canon EOS 5D mark II and a 400mm-lens.

I will post no image with this post so as not to spoil the suprise.

– Andras

YOUR LATEST RESULTS @ ECR 2010 December 24, 2009

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OASIS – online abstract submission

26 iPhone/iTouch Apps for EMS Personnel December 24, 2009

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From the Dopamine Calculator to the Instant ECG, this list is for all iPhone/iTouch addicted medical personnel. It is a must read!

Take advantage of your iPhone/iTouch and checkout the following iphone apps for paramedics, EMTs, and other EMS professionals. Remember, if the app is bought soley for work, you can deduct the cost of the app from your taxes. You may also be able to deduct a portion of your cell phone bill as well (for the apps that works online.

Take me to the list!

– Andras

Absract submission for ECR 2010 July 5, 2009

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2_ecrAbsract submission is now open for ECR 2010 the annual congress of the European Society of Radiology.
More info: My ESR

-Andras

MONT Conference: day two July 5, 2009

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I apologize for putting this up so late but I was busy the past two days. So the second day of the conference passed very quickly. Presentations from 8-12, including mine at 11:36, great lunch, poster session, afternoon presentations and a fabulous dinner at the Hotel Aranybika.

My presentation was in a very physics oriented section. I guess it would not have fit in anywhere any better, but I was happy to see that the lecture hall began To fill up with people just in time for my presentation.

At the end I was glad to have it overwith, and I was more relaxed when talking To people afterwards. I hope To give this presentation somewhere else also.

So I will end this post just the way that day ended; with pictures from the dinner party.
– Andras

MONT Conference: day one July 2, 2009

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The first day of the conference started off with the official opening of the new Nuclear Medicine Center where the latest scanners of Mediso were installed including the new PET/SPECT/CT hybrid camera. Tomorrow is the day of my presentation on Web 2.0 and Nuclear Medicine. I am going to talk about my latest project nuklearismedicina.hu and try to persuade people to participate. We will see how it goes, wish me luck! Until then enjoy the photos.

New Nuclear Medicine Center in Debrecen June 27, 2009

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Here are two shots of the new Nuclear Medicine Center on the campus of the Univ. Of Debrecen Medical and Health Science Center scheduled for opening next Thursday at 1pm.

The ceremony will take place on the first day of the MONT Conference. If you come you can see the very first Hungarian developed hybrid scanner, but that is all I am allowed to tell you.

See you there or follow me via Twitter or my blog for live blogging action from this conference.

– Andras