January 23rd, 2010

medical term spellcheck

Is there a spell check option for medical terminology?

I am typing a ton of medical terms into Word and I am constantly checking to be sure every other word isn't spelled wrong. Is there something I can download to fix this?

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Deareast darling damnportlanders--

Do you know of any Japanese restaurants that serve Japanese style breakfast? On a Sunday morning around 10 or 11 AM? Not in the suburbs/easily reachable by Tri-Met? That can seat groups of 8 or 10 people or so? I would like to drag my friends there for brunch. If such a place exists.

If you know any that just do the breakfast thing I would be happy to look into the rest of those things myself.

Thanks for any and all help.
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Jeremy's Cleverly Titled British TeeVee Night at the Low Brow is coming again

Hey kiddies, come down to the Low Brow Lounge this Tuesday evening(the 26th) during Happy Hour to partake in yet another round of only the Finest British TV that we can find on DVD.

This week we'll be showing some Jekyll, the series done by Steven Moffat, the guy who's taking over Doctor Who, as well as some classic Doctor Who eps and our usual mix of Hugh Laurie-style comedy and whatnot.



Starts at 6pm on Tuesday, right during Happy Hour so drinks is cheap. Runs until 9pm or so or whenever everybody leaves.

The Low Brow Lounge is on NW Hoyt bet/w NW 10th & 11th. You can get to it right offa the street car, or a few blocks west of the Yellow/Green max line.

Event is free and open to all. Hell, if you have something interesting you'd like to show(e.g. Garth Marenghi's Darkplace or Mighty Boosh), burn it to dvd-r or just bring in the disc.

Facebook event link

Tell your friends! We hold these every other Tuesday, and the next one will be on February 9th.
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CrisisCamp:Haiti

Portland related because we're convened in NW right now.

Want to help Haiti survivors but don't have $$ or time to join us in person? You can help online w/o leaving your home!

Go to haitianquake.com and follow instructions. Or BeExtra and follow instructions. Help families find their missing loved ones! Haitian Quake Converter helps aggregate missing persons posts from all over the internet into one google database for easy searching and updating. BeExtra asks you to compare submitted photos of missing loved ones with recent crowd photos of the Haiti disaster to see if you recognize anyone in the pictures (dead or alive.) Take an hour, check it out! There is lots to do!

PS If you know how to read French, there are entries in the database that need your attention. We have to skip some of them here as our French grammar is rusty.