Medical web design

349 views
331 views

Published on

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
349
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Medical web design

  1. 1. Medical_Web_Design : Part IHubrisInternet Explorer 7 Hits The Mean StreetsIt didnt take long after Microsoft released Internet Explorer 7 for download for the exploitsand vulnerabilities to appear, with many reporters and security companies scrambling overeach other in order to publish about the new Internet Explorer flaw.Only, it wasnt.Argument and counter-argument ensued, with Microsoft quickly defending the issue asbeing an Outlook Express issue and not an Internet Explorer flaw. That sleight of hand didntsatisfy many, who pointed out that the same flaw had been identified back in April, when itwas attributed to Internet Explorer 6. At the end of the day, Internet Explorer 7 is a possiblevector to exploit an error in the handling of mhtml: addresses - which can result in thedisclosure of sensitive information.Unfortunately, this isnt the only issue to have affected Internet Explorer 7, with earlier betaversions susceptible to the WMF vulnerabilities that were identified and patched over the2005 - 2006 Christmas / New Year period. The unknown issues with Internet Explorer 7 aregoing to be a greater concern over coming months, as Microsoft is expected to useAutomatic Update to provide the application to Windows XP SP2 users in November.A positive aspect is that many computer users will get to experience the improved CSShandling, improved security, tabbed browsing, and the other general improvements thatInternet Explorer 7 brings to the system.Every Dog Barks At The Moon SometimesOver the last couple of weeks, many security experts and companies (including some ofthe biggest, most respected names) have been busy displaying an amazing amount ofhubris and arrogance in their coverage of what would normally be regarded as minor newsitems.After Apple Computer disclosed that an unknown, but believed to be very small, number ofiPods were shipped with some Windows malware preinstalled (claims range from virus toadware), there was an almost unanimous hammering of the companys claims. By Windowsand Microsoft supporters (such as top Information Security companies and people). Almostall of the vitriol was focussed around the "we are upset at Windows for not being morehardy against such viruses, and even more upset with ourselves for not catching it."statement, which appeared on Apples site (http://www.apple.com/support/windowsvirus/) inrelation to the issue.Many called Apple arrogant, and attacked any perceived ills that they might have had with
  2. 2. the company. Unfortunately, in their rush to attack Apple, most completely bypassed (orwere unaware of) a broader incident that affected a joint promotion being run by McDonaldsand Coca-Cola in Japan, where 10,000 media players were distributed. Only, the playerswere infected with password stealing malware.Elsewhere, an unnamed expert, who crusades against hysteria and false claims in security(and, more frequently, terrorism), fell into their own trap recently. They claimed thatfirefighters who treated jelly (the gelatinous dessert) as a potential HAZMAT threat (before ithad been identified) were over-reacting to it as a terror risk. While it does sound funny thatfirefighters would be running around in HAZMAT suits trying to deal with somebodysunwanted dessert, it is a fairly standard practice when emergency services are faced withunknown substances that have been abandoned.Perhaps it is my background in aviation and engineering related fields, but nothing is donewithout a healthy factor of safety (risk management), and the initial response wascompletely appropriate. People have died because they didnt know enough about thematerial that they were handling (Goinia, Asbestosis, Miners Lung, and others). Sometimesthe simple answer is the correct answer, even if it might be misconstrued.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!MEDICAL_WEB_DESIGN : End of Part IMedical_Web_Design : Part IIHuman Brain And Memory ProcessThe memory process in the human brain is very complex. No computer has come close tothe capacity of the human brain as of yet. However, it is only a matter of time beforecomputers will have overcome the human brains power with the fusion of nanotechnologyand biotech resources, expected within the next 20-30 years. Scientists have beendiscovering and uncovering each part of the human memory system in order to help betterunderstand how we encode our memories, and retrieve them as well. Understanding thesememory processes can help parents to improve the prospect of a higher education for theirchildren early in life, and help people improve the quality of their memory and recollectionprocesses.You can think of the process of storing memories in your mind to be similar to that of a
  3. 3. computer that utilizes RAM (Random Access Memory) for the temporary storage ofinformation before being placed in long-term storage on the hard drive. This temporarystorage, or working memory, depends on a different network of brain structures than longterm memories do. Psychologists refer to storing memories as an encoding process--aprocedure for transforming something a person sees hears, thinks, or feels into a memory.Scientists have determined there are different methods in how we lay down our memories.Memory functions in the brain in a very complicated fashion. To date, scientists are unableto design computers that can compete with the human brain. But, it is promising in the nexttwo or three decades that scientists may be able to devise advanced computers with thehelp of nanotechnology, cybernetics and biotech resources. Scientists and researchershave put their wise efforts to discover and uncover all the elements of the human memorysystem in order to get a better understanding of its encoding and retrieving processes.These understandings are crucially important for improving the quality of an individualsmemory and recollection process.Our thought, senses, memory and actions all influence distinct sets of nerve cells andchemicals within our brain. The hippocampus, the amygdale and close areas of temporallobe are associated to the cortex with the help of complex nerve cells. This actually formsthe fundamental structure of our memory system. When a nerve cell in the brain getsactivated, a low-charged electrical potential is sent to the axon. This helps in releasing brainchemicals or neurotransmitters, which attain across the synaptic gaps between nerve cellsand bolt onto the corresponding receptors. The nerve cells that obtain the brain chemicalsthen send the signal along to other relevant nerve cells. This happens like a relay race.When the same signals are received repeatedly, the synaptic changes occur more efficientlycontributing to the physical changes among synaptic connections. This is how the humanbrain stores memory on a long term basis. Scientists and researchers assume that thechanges in particular synaptic patterns in folds and ridges of human brain contribute tomemory encoding for lengthy time span. In fact, convoying electrochemical associationsconstituted between different cells in human brain help storing memory including thoughts,skills, knowledge and experiences.There are debates on the distribution of memory over the human brain. While somescientists assume that human brain constitutes memory in a particular region within thebrain structure, some others claim that human brain does not localize memory within aparticular territory, that is, memory is all over distributed through out the brain structure.Scientists claim that the cell functions corresponding to learning and memory process areindistinguishable at the biological level. In fact, proof has been already established in thesupport of the strong correlation between learning process and memory system. It is alsoassumed that to execute the learning process, the human brain employs multiple memorysystems, each of which is engaged to encode different sorts of memory functions.For Information on Contract,Telecommuting and Part time Jobs in India Visithttp://www.bharathcontractjobs.com/index.php
  4. 4. Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!MEDICAL_WEB_DESIGN : End of Part IIMedical_Web_Design : Part IIIHuman Brain And Memory ProcessThe memory process in the human brain is very complex. No computer has come close tothe capacity of the human brain as of yet. However, it is only a matter of time beforecomputers will have overcome the human brains power with the fusion of nanotechnologyand biotech resources, expected within the next 20-30 years. Scientists have beendiscovering and uncovering each part of the human memory system in order to help betterunderstand how we encode our memories, and retrieve them as well. Understanding thesememory processes can help parents to improve the prospect of a higher education for theirchildren early in life, and help people improve the quality of their memory and recollectionprocesses.You can think of the process of storing memories in your mind to be similar to that of acomputer that utilizes RAM (Random Access Memory) for the temporary storage ofinformation before being placed in long-term storage on the hard drive. This temporarystorage, or working memory, depends on a different network of brain structures than longterm memories do. Psychologists refer to storing memories as an encoding process--aprocedure for transforming something a person sees hears, thinks, or feels into a memory.Scientists have determined there are different methods in how we lay down our memories.Memory functions in the brain in a very complicated fashion. To date, scientists are unableto design computers that can compete with the human brain. But, it is promising in the nexttwo or three decades that scientists may be able to devise advanced computers with thehelp of nanotechnology, cybernetics and biotech resources. Scientists and researchershave put their wise efforts to discover and uncover all the elements of the human memorysystem in order to get a better understanding of its encoding and retrieving processes.These understandings are crucially important for improving the quality of an individualsmemory and recollection process.Our thought, senses, memory and actions all influence distinct sets of nerve cells andchemicals within our brain. The hippocampus, the amygdale and close areas of temporallobe are associated to the cortex with the help of complex nerve cells. This actually formsthe fundamental structure of our memory system. When a nerve cell in the brain getsactivated, a low-charged electrical potential is sent to the axon. This helps in releasing brainchemicals or neurotransmitters, which attain across the synaptic gaps between nerve cells
  5. 5. and bolt onto the corresponding receptors. The nerve cells that obtain the brain chemicalsthen send the signal along to other relevant nerve cells. This happens like a relay race.When the same signals are received repeatedly, the synaptic changes occur more efficientlycontributing to the physical changes among synaptic connections. This is how the humanbrain stores memory on a long term basis. Scientists and researchers assume that thechanges in particular synaptic patterns in folds and ridges of human brain contribute tomemory encoding for lengthy time span. In fact, convoying electrochemical associationsconstituted between different cells in human brain help storing memory including thoughts,skills, knowledge and experiences.There are debates on the distribution of memory over the human brain. While somescientists assume that human brain constitutes memory in a particular region within thebrain structure, some others claim that human brain does not localize memory within aparticular territory, that is, memory is all over distributed through out the brain structure.Scientists claim that the cell functions corresponding to learning and memory process areindistinguishable at the biological level. In fact, proof has been already established in thesupport of the strong correlation between learning process and memory system. It is alsoassumed that to execute the learning process, the human brain employs multiple memorysystems, each of which is engaged to encode different sorts of memory functions.For Information on Contract,Telecommuting and Part time Jobs in India Visithttp://www.bharathcontractjobs.com/index.phpHiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!MEDICAL_WEB_DESIGN : End of Part III
  6. 6. and bolt onto the corresponding receptors. The nerve cells that obtain the brain chemicalsthen send the signal along to other relevant nerve cells. This happens like a relay race.When the same signals are received repeatedly, the synaptic changes occur more efficientlycontributing to the physical changes among synaptic connections. This is how the humanbrain stores memory on a long term basis. Scientists and researchers assume that thechanges in particular synaptic patterns in folds and ridges of human brain contribute tomemory encoding for lengthy time span. In fact, convoying electrochemical associationsconstituted between different cells in human brain help storing memory including thoughts,skills, knowledge and experiences.There are debates on the distribution of memory over the human brain. While somescientists assume that human brain constitutes memory in a particular region within thebrain structure, some others claim that human brain does not localize memory within aparticular territory, that is, memory is all over distributed through out the brain structure.Scientists claim that the cell functions corresponding to learning and memory process areindistinguishable at the biological level. In fact, proof has been already established in thesupport of the strong correlation between learning process and memory system. It is alsoassumed that to execute the learning process, the human brain employs multiple memorysystems, each of which is engaged to encode different sorts of memory functions.For Information on Contract,Telecommuting and Part time Jobs in India Visithttp://www.bharathcontractjobs.com/index.phpHiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!MEDICAL_WEB_DESIGN : End of Part III

×