- AvantGo (for Treo)
- Chatteremail (for Treo)
- Cholesterol (for Treo)
- Datebk5 (for Treo)
- Del.icio.us Extension for Firefox
- Developing Clinical Problem Solving Skills
- Documents to Go (for Treo)
- E&M Coder (for Treo)
- Epocrates (for Treo)
- Getting Things Done
- Google Desktop
- Google News
- Google Page Creator
- Google Scholar
- Initiate (for Treo)
- iTunes (for podcasts)
- Lifebalance (for Treo)
- Medcalc (for Treo)
- Performancing for Firefox
- Treo 650
- VolumeCare (for Treo)
Thursday, June 29, 2006
Useful Tools for Blogging, Medicine, and Getting Things Done
These are tools I use often and recommend (including what's on my Treo). Other suggestions are welcome.
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This is a nice summary.
Just a few additions:
Google Spreadsheets is pretty slick too.
For people who prefer the "portal page" approach to plain RSS, Google personalized page can be useful to create a "customized journal" which combines the RSS feeds of the major journals, as described here:
you don't worry that google desktop will index PMI, patient record data that's in text on your hard drive?
That's a valid point. I don't use the "search across computers" feature and the index is encrypted, so I don't feel Google Desktop represents a significant additional security risk. However, I'm open to arguments against using it.
* Skyscape software (for Palm, PPC or Desktop PC)
* iSilo (for Palm, PPC or Desktop PC)
* Gateway Ovid
* Sandford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy (for Palm or PPC)
* Johns Hopkins ABX guide (for Palm)
By the way, all kind of patient information y have in my hard drive are saved as encrypted documents and I have configured Google Desktop to not index those files.
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