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My obsession with technology

iPhone XS Max

After my critical care boards yesterday, I went to "reward" myself by upgrading my iPhone X to the iPhone XS Max. When I was an Android user, I always enjoyed the larger form factor handsets (Pixel 2 XL, Samsung Note, etc.), and now I can…
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EchoTools Is Live!

A few weeks ago, I decided to create an iPhone app that would empower me to learn another programming language (Swift) to unify my interests in echocardiography and medical education. EchoTools emerged from this idea, and yesterday, it was…
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13″ 2018 MacBook Pro – Rigel

I upgraded my 2017 MacBook Pro (Fenix) to a 2018 MacBook Pro last month. The 13 inch, Coffee Lake based computer was a tremendous jump in performance compared to the 2017 model which I sold online for ~$1,000. I give you Rigel, my mobile…
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Reference Management With Mendeley

As a physician, I try to stay up-to-date with the latest research emerging in critical care, anesthesiology, physiology, and medicine overall. It's also important for me to understand the "landmark papers" that helped pave the evolution of…
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MacOS Code Snippets

Here are some commands (many of them run through the Terminal application) I use on MacOS. I'll update this post periodically with more snippets. Drop me recommendations in the comments section below! :-)
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Starry Internet

Last week I discontinued my Comcast Xfinity service in favor of a new service provided by my apartment complex - Starry Internet. Starry operates on the 38.2 and 38.6 GHz bands are uses wireless technology to connect the provided wi-fi…
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