For those who know me, the single-greatest thing an individual could purchase me would be something in the realm of technology. I’ve been privileged enough to buy a new, black Apple Macbook (courtesy of daddy) for my graduation present, and I must say, it’s a match made in heaven. My old laptop was pushing three years and falling apart; however, I intend on taking care of my new “baby” much more. I’ve already spent the vast majority of the last day and a half adding new software acquired by methods of “questionable legality”, yet I keep discovering there’s so much more to do. I’m a Linux fan, so I’m naturally comfortable with the terminal interface as well as the basic understanding of the foundation of Mac OS X Leopard, but I still appreciate all the eye-candy. I strongly recommend this product, and expect everyone to leave me alone so I can enjoy it. =). Okay, maybe not to much. Oh oh… also come to my graduation at 2 PM on Saturday, May 17th in the Morris Cultural Arts Center at Houston Baptist University. Thank you.
Anesthesiology chief resident physician at Baylor College of Medicine and future combined fellow in critical care and cardiothoracic anesthesiology at Harvard looking to improve medical education and patient safety with technology and quality initiatives.