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Sunday - May 11, 2003

I have just been chillin' around the house this weekend, taking it easy and fixing little things.  The storms moving through my area have been amazing, borderline scary!  I had another large tree in my yard blown over by the wind, the second in just a couple of weeks.  That took some time to clean up, I am hoping I can keep the rest of my trees.

Reflecting on the last two weeks, work has been very interesting, so much so that I haven't taken much personal time at all.  It's been exciting, it seems like each day someone comes up with something new or an enhancement that allows new direction or vision.  The new team is starting to leverage projects/products and mesh together.  We have recently implemented software that is taking our slide scanning to new levels of speed and quality.  I saw the BLISS last Thursday scan tissue micro array slides (TMA) faster than I have ever seen before, with outstanding image quality.  It easily beats a threshold I have been looking to obtain for years.  Time for a new threshold, and I have new ideas.


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