for extra creepy
google has been forecasting flu through search data for a while.
It doesn't work perfectly though:
Should put quotes around "software"
I recently had a small stroke on the left side of my brain. The only impact I can tell is some very slight speech problems, which are almost gone just a few weeks later. It would be neat to compare my MRI to the areas mapped out by this to see if I can notice any losses. Too bad my neurologist is not interested in talking more than spending five minutes telling me to eat better and take aspirin and a statin from now on.
The makers seem to be uninterested in making LED or CFL bulbs that are as bright as a 150 watt incandescent.
I'd love it if they did. I'd fill my home with them.
Forgot to add, what makes note taker hd so great for me:
0. decent handwriting capture
1. import pdf files and annotate them with handwritten notes
2. export notes to
3. tagging of notes/notebooks and a good search database to help you find notes on any given topic
The best combo for handwritten note's I've found is ipad + the note taker HD app.
If there is something as robust available for android I'd love to hear about it. I'd sell my ipad and switch.
As an added bonus, note taker HD is written by the guy who created the first spreadsheet, visicalc.