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>I don't think James is going to be job "hunting"... Unless it is the kind of hunting where you
>stay at home and accept "applications" from prospective employers.
Oh he's smart enough to go hunting.
Not the kind of hunting that I would do which would involve hitting up anyone who crosses my path. He will be hunting out the next place which will be a best "fit" for him. If he sits at home waiting for someone to come to him then he might miss out on the wonderful position at a place where people don't think he'd be interested.
You probably mean just that he can take his pick - and he probably can. But I suspect he'll be a bit more proactive than waiting to see who comes to him
>You: Computers have made my life much easier.
>Harvard study: Computers don't save hospitals money.
>Note the slight difference there?
yes - but you missed the bit about efficiency. "Computers have made my life much easier." is usually how we express efficiency.
Over a decade ago I did a stint at a hospital looking after the pathology database. When it was down and paper records were required then lives were at risk due to the lack of efficiency (time spent accessing paper). It honestly scared me!
I'm sure things are much much more reliant on computers now. Computers are not just for the hospital admins.
If you go to that link, mouse over the comic to see the ACTUAL actual reality of the situation http://xkcd.com/538/
although most news flowed from the traditional media to the blogs, 3.5 percent of story lines originated in the blogs and later made their way to traditional media.
I wonder what percentage were later retracted as completely bogus. Jeff Goldblume might be able to point out one recent issue
From this article in the guardian it seems that Tamiflu has a measurable effect, but not markedly. You might get better 2/3 of a day earlier after taking it. I think I'd take it if prescribed but wouldn't pay huge money for it or join in a riot to get the last tablet from a pharamcy.