It was a good challenge. After weeks of experimentation, I finally could nail the workflow. Download paper from various sources after identifying the important context. Highlight the important aspects of paper. I am using PDF Expert for this (on Mac). Add my comments (which appear as block quotes) Extract annotations through an excellent web called … Continue reading Nailed it! My workflow for paper annotation
(The highlights appear in standard text as bulleted lists while my comments appear as block quotes). Page 1 In those early days, hospital registrars would source paper charts to abstract tumor cases into hospital registries. During the annual Call for Data, years of completed cases were submitted to the NCDB via mailing floppy disks. This … Continue reading National Cancer Database: The Past, Present, and Future of the Cancer Registry and Its Efforts to Improve the Quality of Cancer Care
Another excellent blog post. I like the conceptual "moat-of-ideas" (like an idea bank) that inspires you to write better. The "inspiration" often flows from reading smarter people. My view, or at least hope, is that these diverse outputs exploit two synergies. First, my work in any one of these areas publicizes what I am doing … Continue reading My Personal Moonshot
On writing: The easiest way to be discovered right now in technology and perhaps many fields is to create your own independent blog and write. There is a huge dearth in availability of good, current, first party content today. Seeds of inspiration come to us from interesting places and swirl around us continually as we … Continue reading On How to be Discovered: Why to write
I love the split tabs! As such, I can work in the same window without shifting focus and concentrate on writing instead. I wonder what's going to take people to discover Vivaldi as a browser powerhouse and the best option to do research and write! Ill of course take this forward and post a full … Continue reading #VivaldiBrowser tip: Use split tabs.