furby076 writes: Doctors at Jefferson are investing in blended learning by utilizing flipped classroom technology. This is an incredibly important part of education as it will improve the knowledge gained and retained. Educational medicine is antiquated with updates coming slow and only through the effort of young doctors. While few, there are some professors who embrace technology and want to improve the quality of doctors — you know those kind folk who give us drugs. Read here
furby076 writes: Some of you may remember the story posted yesterday stating that 86% of Win7 PCs are maxing out their memory. In this article Behind the Windows 7 memory usage scaremongering posted at Ars Technica we read that it just may not be so. There is the saying "Lies, damned Lies, and statistics" — well it sounds like we ran into another example. You read, you decide.