Dinah, ClinkShrink, & Roy produce Shrink Rap: a blog by Psychiatrists for Psychiatrists, interested bystanders are also welcome. A place to talk; no one has to listen.
I'm going to suggest taking the free Ipod classes from the Apple store - assuming there is one in your area.Apps...hmm, I like the level, some of the free games...not sure why but can't think of much else right now.Anyway...go online and do some searches!!
Stahl's Psychopharmacology perhaps?
As far as games I like: Topple, Dr. Awesome, TrismAlso Air sharing is neat (allows you to put txt, html files on your ipod that you can access on it)
Welcome to the Ipod Touch club! I love mine. The visual user interface is great for browsing through music albums and podcast lists (including yours, of course!)But I admit that it was a bit tricky to figure out how to turn it on at first--I got my almost two years ago, and I can still remember a certain amount of frustration with that. It's hard to describe, but once you get the hang of turning it on, the rest of it is a snap. The friendly people at the Apple Store should be able to help you.
Can't turn your itouch on? There's an ap for that... ;)Also, why is this post filed under illinois?
ePocrates, of course. Major League Baseball, the free version and I don;t even get that much into BB.Whatever online banking app your bank usesI bought iChart but have not gotten in the groove yetGrocery Quiz, a techie shopping list.
Thanks everyone.MWAK: Why not? Why is Illinois even a sidebar subject choise? Roy does the sidebar.
Hmm... I'm not sure which apps would be most useful for psychiatry, but I I'm starting my clinical rotations in a couple of weeks, and the programs I like (for now) are Epocrates Essentials, Skyscape, an eponyms program, and Diagnosaurus. The last two are probably geared more toward students. I also have a twitter app called twitterfon that seems to work pretty well. Free games are fun for a while, but it's easy to beat them quickly... and then they're useless unless you pay for the full version. I agree with crazypsychmajor - Topple is fun. But beware - games drain your battery quickly.I love my iTouch. I'm looking for medical lecture podcasts that I can listen to as I commute to and from my rotations - we're talking 3 hours of driving daily, and I might as well make good use of the time, so I'd love to hear suggestions from anyone who happens to read this.PS - I'm SHOCKED that Roy actually posted. How long had it been? ;)
With the Blackberry, there's a GPS app that will let you locate/disable/partially control your phone via the internet. The company will also help you track it down.If there is something similar for iPhones, I would suggest it, because my friend had to pay $700 to replace his outside of a contract (and had someone steal the new one a week later...rough!!). Enjoy your stay at Apple's iTax Club. Hang on tight.
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