Today's Interesting Links

Free eBooks for your PDA
Many Books.net offers an extensive collection that can either be browsed online or downloaded to PDAs. This is something definitely worth checking.

I think the scope of the books is similar to the ones available on Project Gutenberg (started in 1971) but the format is more user-friendly.

Medicare RSS Feeds
Medicare just launched 4 RSS Feeds

Best Free Reference Web Sites 2004 - by the American Library Association.

Google Scholar - a scientific analysis (or an attempt for one) from medical perspective
In his article Google Scholar: A source for clinicians? Jim Henderson concludes that this service is not useful for doctors. The analysis was published in CMAJ 6/05

Back Up Your Pocket PC
This is the Pocket PC Magazine Tip of the Week.

Wiki How To
Wiki eHow is "a collaborative writing project to build the world's largest how-to manual." It uses the same concept as the world's largest encyclopedia - Wikipedia.
Example: How to Switch from Yahoo Mail to Gmail.
You can create your own (free) wiki at Wiki Cities.com. Somebody already started the Medicine Wikicity.

Top 10 Summer Travel Tips by Edmunds.com

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