educationsymposium.files.wordpress.com Review:Research Education Symposium 2013: Life at the Interface of Genomics and Clinical Care | March 15, 2013, Alumni Center, Ann Arbor - The Research Education Symposium 2013: Life at the Interface of Genomics and Clinical Care Presented by the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) Friday, March 15, 2013 Cost: Free The Poster Session will be held in the Vandenberg Room in the Michigan League.Directions to the Michigan League The Alumni Center200 Fletcher Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1007Directions to…
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What a brilliant idea! Wish this had been around when I was having babies. I purchased this for the next great-grandchild that will be born in a few months. The idea of a pillow that will keep the baby from getting a flat spot and/or losing hair in the back of their head from sleeping on their back is brilliant! I can’t wait to see my newest great-granddaughter and I know that her parents will love this pillow as much as I do.
I usually enjoy this series, but found this collection to be very poor. I really had to struggle to get to the end. We're these really the best essays for the year?
Instructions would have been nice. However, I found links to instructions over at LanderFan. These installed fairly easily until a part broke. This is where instructions with labeled parts would have been handy. Then there was a breakdown in communication because English is not the seller's native language. A few pictures and rounds of email got the clip sent in the mail.
I've been using MS Streets and Trips since 1999 and it has, up until now, been my go-to map program. Unfortunately, this year's version has some problems. First, my house number is 7534. Clicking on my short street, a cul de sac where my house is, brings up 10438. which, given our city is laid out in a grid pattern, would be the number for a house four miles to the east. Plugging my street and house number into the find panel brings up an erroneous result. The previous version I was using had no such problem. Second problem was that the ability to draw a rectangle around an area on the map to quickly zoom to that area has been removed from the program. You now have to left click on the place of interest, center it on the screen and then scroll in, which was available in previous versions, but not my preferred way of zooming in to a place of interest. MS 2013 does show the newer streets in my area, but the preceeding is really irritating and I'll probably be using Google Earth instead.