1. Medically useful:
useful: Linux / Unix / Glossary
This is very brief but very long - two brief references with a LOT of
alphabetically arranged information (and yes, I am one of those
that like lists and dictionaries).
useful: Right Diagnosis
have found this a lot earlier:
What the sute
says in "About
is (and I quote):
like a stupendous amount of information on diagnoses of diseases. Here
is the main page for their
one of the
world’s leading providers of online medical health information. The
site is an independent, objective source of factual,
mainstream health information for both consumers and health
provides a free
health-information service to help people understand their health
better, offering crucial and factual health information that is
otherwise difficult to find. The objective of the site is to encourage
consumers to be informed and interested in managing their health, and
to know what questions to ask their doctors to help ensure they are
getting the best healthcare possible.
I only checked
bothers me and what I have been diagnosed with in that context:
It has a whole
carefully laid out well presented information about each, so this is
very useful, not only because it is a lot of information that has been
carefully prepared, but also because it is likely both medically up to
date and "middle of the road" - and I don't mean this last term as
criticism but as description: What most medical doctors would or could
agree with - which is nice to know also when one doubts it oneself.
I mentioned an old Linux Dictionary I do find useful, and one of its
uses is that it provided this reference, that is more up to date
generally useful About.com.
The Linux pages are right up to date, are maintained by Juergen Haas,
and look very useful, and again there is a lot of helpful
are the reason this page has the colors it does have: It is very
difficult to look at white and light backgrounds with such eyes as I
presently have. See also: Why
colors as they are?
The diagnosis is keratoconjunctivitis
sicca (possibly as a part of Sjoegren's
syndrome). It is less than it was, for months, but not as I should
like it to be.
settings of NOTEBOOK aka NB seem the best compromise between what my
eyes can handle, and what most readers like to see.
And they have been changed repeatedly, as have the links below to
change the background (not the color of the text box).
As of October 13, 2012, the standard setting for the text box is white
text on a
darkslategrey background while the standard background is maroon.
P.S. My eye
necessary corrections have to be made later.