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What to buy for anyone 
Gifts: seems that there’s not an easier strategy to get into someones heart. The joy it can provide is outstanding. And boy how the relation changes. Not to long ago I got from my parents a watch. Just the perfect gift for me: Relic Watches with a white dial. All that excitement.. It was perfect for casual wear. Few years got by and I am now looking to buy a new gift from a family member.. maybe it will be a watch.

It’s easy to find what someone would like as a gift with the internet at our disposale”. When everyone has an accounts either on facebook, twitter, wanelo, pinterest, g+, instagram, etc it’s so easy to see what they like?”. I can make tons of list out of there. What will be your next gift? A tablet, a watch, a new car?
Sep 30

What to buy for anyone
Gifts: seems that there’s not an easier strategy to get into someones heart. The joy it can provide is outstanding. And boy how the relation changes. Not to long ago I got from my parents a watch. Just the perfect gift for me: Relic Watches with a white dial. All that excitement.. It was perfect for casual wear. Few years got by and I am now looking to buy a new gift from a family member.. maybe it will be a watch.

It’s easy to find what someone would like as a gift with the internet at our disposale”. When everyone has an accounts either on facebook, twitter, wanelo, pinterest, g+, instagram, etc it’s so easy to see what they like?”. I can make tons of list out of there. What will be your next gift? A tablet, a watch, a new car?

1) Taxi Driver - This dark thriller is my all time favorite, with a spectacular performances and great characters from Robert De Nero, Harvey Keitel and Jodie Foster.
2) Chinatown - Another old thriller movie with some awesome acting as the mysterious private detective Jack Gitties from the then rising star Jack Nicholson.
Chinatown
3) Seven - This is one of them thrillers that kept me on the edge of seat the whole way through, and the final scene was completely unexpected.
Se7en [Region 2]
Seven [Blu-ray]
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There Will Be Blood (Two-Disc Special Collector’s Edition)
5) Fight Club - This action thriller had a great twist and I thought the performances by Brad Pitt and Edward Norton.
There Will Be Blood [Blu-ray]
6) The Sixth Sense - Another thriller with a twist that I never saw coming and will always remember.
The Sixth Sense (Collector’s Edition Series)
The Sixth Sense [Blu-ray]
7) Silence Of The Lambs - No all time best thriller list would be complete without including one of the most intriguing, intellectual and gruesome characters in film history - Hannibal Lecter.
The Silence of the Lambs (Two-Disc Collector’s Edition)
The Silence of the Lambs [Blu-ray]
8) The Usual Suspects - This was the first movie I saw Kevin Spacey in and thought himself as well as the storyline was great with a twist at the end that helped make this movie one of the most memorable thrillers of all time.
The Usual Suspects (Special Editon)
The Usual Suspects [Blu-ray]
9) Cape Fear - Robert DeNiro plays a fantasic role as a dark and sinister bad guy out for revenge; enjoyed the movie the whole way through, especially the ending.
Cape Fear
10) The Shining - I thought this was one of those rare dark and haunting movie thats actually keeps you interested, and one of the only Stephen King adapted movies I actually really enjoyed.
The Shining (Two-Disc Special Edition)
The Shining [Blu-ray]
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"The term ‘concussion’ means different things to different people, and it’s not yet clear that the signs and symptoms we now use to make a diagnosis will ultimately prove to be the most important pieces of this complicated puzzle," says Ann-Christine Duhaime, MD, director of the Pediatric Brain Trauma Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), who led the study. "Some patients who receive a diagnosis of concussion go on to have very few problems, and some who are not diagnosed because they have no immediate symptoms may have sustained a lot of force to the head with potentially serious consequences."
The current study is part of a larger investigation into the biomechanical basis of concussion and the effects of repeat impacts to the head, conducted over five years at Brown University, Dartmouth College and Virginia Tech. A total of 450 students – members of all three schools’ football teams, two women’s and two men’s ice hockey teams – wore helmets equipped with instruments that measured the frequency, magnitude and location of head impacts experienced during practice sessions, scrimmages and games. Team trainers and physicians followed their standard procedures for assessing and diagnosing potential concussions and prescribing treatment.
During the study period more than 486,000 head impacts were recorded in participating athletes. Concussions were diagnosed in 44 participants, four of whom were diagnosed a second time for a total of 48 diagnosed concussions. A specific impact could be associated with the concussion 31 times, but no clearly associated impact was identified in the other 17 instances. The most commonly reported symptoms were mental cloudiness, headache and dizziness, and only one athlete lost consciousness. An immediate diagnosis was made only six times, and many of the athletes did not begin experiencing symptoms until several hours after the game. Although measured head impacts in those diagnosed with concussions tended to be higher, some concussion-associated impacts had considerably less measured acceleration/deceleration of the head. The authors note that the injuries reported in this study contrast with those usually seen in patients diagnosed with concussion in emergency departments, in whom a single, clearly identified head impact is typically associated with immediate changes in consciousness.
The authors add that developing strategies to prevent and manage short- and long-term consequences of head injuries requires accurate tools to determine which patients have sustained impacts that may affect the brain in significant ways, and that currently used criteria based on reported symptoms may be unreliable predictors of actual injury to the brain. They propose that replacing the single term ‘concussion’ with the concept of a concussion spectrum may be useful in determining the range of factors that can influence patient outcomes.
"A lot of work is needed before we can understand to what extent patients’ reported symptoms – compared to such factors as the actual force imparted to the brain, previous head injuries and genetic background – influence the eventual consequences of repeated head impacts, consequences that may vary from patient to patient," says Duhaime, who is director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, director of Neurosurgical Trauma and Intensive Care in the MGH Department of Neurosurgery, and the Nicholas T. Zervas Professor of Neurosurgery at Harvard Medical School. "For now, however, it’s sensible to err on the side of safety, realizing that more specific answers will take more time and research."

Explore further: Concussion spectrum in college athletes wearing helmets: ‘Not so simple,’ say researchers

Journal reference: Journal of Neurosurgery
Provided by Massachusetts General Hospital

Aug 24
Criteria Used To Diagnose Sports Head Injuries Found To Be Inconsistent

How do you back them up? How do you convert analog images to digital to stop the aging process? Can you trust digital backups? Here are a few approaches.
For the near term, you don’t have to worry about file formats changing or CDs becoming obsolete, so just back up everything that’s already digital to CDs or DVDs. Store one copy off-site, say at your office or in a safe-deposit box. Also, put the most important data on a home PC, so you have an easy recovery method. The biggest immediate dangers to data are user error and viruses.
For the long term — meaning 5 to 50 years — you must choose your media and formats carefully. Microsoft Office formats will still be around, or readily translatable, as will JPEG and TIFF file formats for photos and PDF file formats for documents. Video formats are in greater flux, but for now you’ll be fine with MPEG-2 or the emerging and superior MPEG-4.
Now’s the time to switch to recordable DVD from CD for backups. Buy a multiformat drive that supports “plus” and “dash” DVD media, and use only branded media; the same advice holds true for CDs. Cheap media can be troublesome. High-quality media will last a lifetime. That said, a cautious person would copy onto a new format every 10 years; this means your early-1990s CD-Rs are about due for replacement.
Pass the Paper, Please
For miscellaneous paper documents, the best way to archive is with a sheet-feeder scanner.
Unless you’re a real type-A personality, start with the most important documents, meaning your year-end brokerage statements, your tax records, and a couple examples of your kids’ drawings and homework from each year. Scan at 300 dpi and use PDF as the output format.
Why scan when you can get some bills online? Electronic bill presentment is still a joke, unfortunately. You really want your statements e-mailed automatically in PDF format, but what you get now is just a monthly reminder to go online, log on, view them, and manually download the statements.
Picture This
You can help future generations by culling your digital photos now.
If you can’t cut this year’s 2,500 digital images to 500, then create a “2003 Favorites” folder and copy over your favorite 100 photos. A CD with those 100 photos makes a nice holiday gift for the in-laws.
Make sure to annotate each picture, either in the filename or in the JPEG file information field: year, place, and people in the picture. Before culling, it’s probably best to make one full backup, in case you mess up and delete the photos you meant to save. Have I ever messed up like that? No comment.
If you have traditional film photos, scan your favorites and have a photo service scan the negatives of your very favorites.
I get asked this question a lot: “Isn’t there someplace cheap I can get all my negatives scanned?” Nope. In massive quantities, you’d be lucky to get down to a buck a frame for high-quality scans.
If you really must digitize all your prints, buy or borrow one of HP’s flatbed scanners with a 4-by-6 print feeder, or a Visioneer auto-feeding scanner such as the Visioneer Strobe XP 450 PDF, and set aside a weekend. Or invest $1,000 in a film scanner (not an attachment to a flatbed scanner) that has automatic dust and scratch removal.

Aug 23
Creating A Personal Digital Archive

How do you back them up? How do you convert analog images to digital to stop the aging process? Can you trust digital backups? Here are a few approaches.
For the near term, you don’t have to worry about file formats changing or CDs becoming obsolete, so just back up everything that’s already digital to CDs or DVDs. Store one copy off-site, say at your office or in a safe-deposit box. Also, put the most important data on a home PC, so you have an easy recovery method. The biggest immediate dangers to data are user error and viruses.
For the long term — meaning 5 to 50 years — you must choose your media and formats carefully. Microsoft Office formats will still be around, or readily translatable, as will JPEG and TIFF file formats for photos and PDF file formats for documents. Video formats are in greater flux, but for now you’ll be fine with MPEG-2 or the emerging and superior MPEG-4.
Now’s the time to switch to recordable DVD from CD for backups. Buy a multiformat drive that supports “plus” and “dash” DVD media, and use only branded media; the same advice holds true for CDs. Cheap media can be troublesome. High-quality media will last a lifetime. That said, a cautious person would copy onto a new format every 10 years; this means your early-1990s CD-Rs are about due for replacement.
Pass the Paper, Please
For miscellaneous paper documents, the best way to archive is with a sheet-feeder scanner.
Unless you’re a real type-A personality, start with the most important documents, meaning your year-end brokerage statements, your tax records, and a couple examples of your kids’ drawings and homework from each year. Scan at 300 dpi and use PDF as the output format.
Why scan when you can get some bills online? Electronic bill presentment is still a joke, unfortunately. You really want your statements e-mailed automatically in PDF format, but what you get now is just a monthly reminder to go online, log on, view them, and manually download the statements.
Picture This
You can help future generations by culling your digital photos now.
If you can’t cut this year’s 2,500 digital images to 500, then create a “2003 Favorites” folder and copy over your favorite 100 photos. A CD with those 100 photos makes a nice holiday gift for the in-laws.
Make sure to annotate each picture, either in the filename or in the JPEG file information field: year, place, and people in the picture. Before culling, it’s probably best to make one full backup, in case you mess up and delete the photos you meant to save. Have I ever messed up like that? No comment.
If you have traditional film photos, scan your favorites and have a photo service scan the negatives of your very favorites.
I get asked this question a lot: “Isn’t there someplace cheap I can get all my negatives scanned?” Nope. In massive quantities, you’d be lucky to get down to a buck a frame for high-quality scans.
If you really must digitize all your prints, buy or borrow one of HP’s flatbed scanners with a 4-by-6 print feeder, or a Visioneer auto-feeding scanner such as the Visioneer Strobe XP 450 PDF, and set aside a weekend. Or invest $1,000 in a film scanner (not an attachment to a flatbed scanner) that has automatic dust and scratch removal.

Aug 23
Creating A Personal Digital Archive