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prepping for valentine’s day, medgeek style

the cheeky magpie has an adorable downloadable heart template (life-sized, naturally) that you can use to make your own valentine’s day cards. this one’s for you, my medical librarian friends! thanks to edythe for pointing this out.

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embed a flickr slideshow on your website

flickr now allows you to embed a slideshow of your images on a website or blog.  find a set of images you like, click on ‘slideshow’, and then when the show starts, hover your mouse in the upper right hand … Continue reading

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the academic process

i’m so enjoying looking at all the parts of the illustrations in my anatomy, by tom giesle. here’s a portion of plate 5, which i think perfectly sums up the academic process. and this is a visualization of how i … Continue reading

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photos released under a creative commons license

i’m slowly releasing my photographs under a creative commons attribution-noncommercial-share alike 3.0 united states license. this means that you may share/remix as long as you attribute the original work to me, share the resulting remix with a similar license, and … Continue reading

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DePauw Libraries: Visual Resource Center

depauw visual resource librarians go head to head with google image search by using artstor and win in this video: want more? : the librarian, spring break

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ItSpace

“ItSpace creates a network of pages within the social networking site MySpace. Instead of featuring people, the pages feature everyday household objects. Each page has a photo of the object, a description, and most importantly, a 1-minute piece of music … Continue reading

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