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ArtLung posts tagged with “respiratory” ·

  • Housekeeping Miscellany
    So over on the right hand side of the main page of artlung.com there I include a statement about when I’ll be available for work, and that just changed again. I am continuing on with Sierra for another two months while we continue an ongoing project. It’s always simpler to renew something than it is…
  • Moorpark Air is Bad Today
    I woke up with my throat dry and with an acrid feel in my nose. I can also feel, with a deep breath, some pain on inhalation. This is not good. It’ll do me good to get out and out of this air. I’m going to encourage Leah and our houseguests to get away from…
  • All The Misc That’s Fit to Misc
    Don’t use oxygen and smoke, please. Thomas PM Barnett, a great Powerpointer, mentions that Al Gore has his Nobel Prize because of his PPTs (actually Keynote, but same difference, presentation software). Read/Write Web has good thoughts on Microsoft’s playing catch-up with Google on a number of web tools. I like competitor for Google. It means…

  • lungs
    lung illustration Originally uploaded by artlung. the LUNG part of artLUNG dot com is not something I worry about much, but occasionally I come across illustrations or sites that are interesting go me. so i’m hard-drive cleaning, and i cleaned this one off to flickr. heaven knows whose copyrights I’m violating, but it’s a cool…
  • And another…
    traveling RT gig via Platinum Select Staffing
  • Archeology: Respiratory Therapy & Neighbors
    Hello sports fans. The three day weekend is nearly over. L. is taking her kids back up north. I’m here unpacking boxes, making goodwill piles, all the while watching TV stalwarts The West Wing and Law & Order. Unpacking things quite naturally leads one to throw things away. Some things are noteworthy. Some things garner…
  • Respiratory Things
    I renewed my membership with the NBRC a few weeks back. Not strictly necessary to maintain my CRTT and RRT credentials, but a symbolic gesture. That link to CRTT is a link to “CRT,” which means since I became “certified” they’ve changed the name of the entry level Respiratory Therapy credential. The thing that matters…