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Thus spake Ruben I Safir (ruben-at-mrbrklyn.com):
> Your all going to discuss this over a Keg next Saturday Night?
How ugly could this get, I wonder?
And now for something completely different:
Who knows, or can learn very quickly, anything about Physician Order
Entry Systems (POE)? The vendors in play are Autros, Cerner,
Eclipsys, McKesson, & IDX. I'm your leprechaun and I bring news of a
pot of gold. Enough said.
Much as I'd love to get ugly around a keg (I guess I can chip in upon
my arrival, re: keg funds) discussing how to tinker with the
satellites of the US GPS system with nothing more than four AAA
batteries, a handspring visor, some duct tape, 16 and one-half lines
of lisp code, and THE WILL to make it happen, I'm wondering if anyone
has any background - whatsoever- with The Whole Linux Medicine Thing.
This POE stuff has me more interested, mostly because I foresee a year
or two of hard work then another year spent figuring out which island
to purchase. . .
If interested check out Autros's page:
http://www.autros.com/homef.htm. It gives a fair sense of what the
hell I'm ranting about.
Ruben, if the Good Lord sees fit for me to make it - cough, cough, I
> On 2002.08.17 16:23 j. ercole wrote:
New Yorker Free Software Users Scene
Fair Use -
because it's either fair use or useless....