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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Thinking about the 2009 bioethics summer intensive (global research ethics) course at Harvard
Finishing my final blog entries of 2008 - topped 1.09 million readers in 2008
We're NOT going to 'Try Thai by Pat' in Boynton Beach (Thai) for New Year's Eve; just TOO much to do

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

New Year's Eve at Try Thai by Pat, a small & lovely decorated restaurant serving traditional Thai cuisine. Items on menu cooked with no MSG.

Monday, December 29, 2008

HIGH Executive Committee

HIGH Executive Committee Members



Steve E. Hyman, Chair
Provost; Professor of Neurobiology
Office of the President and Provost; Harvard Medical School

Steven E. Hyman is Provost of Harvard University and Professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School. From 1996 to 2001, he served as Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). Before serving as Director of NIMH, Dr. Hyman was Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Director of Psychiatry Research at Massachusetts General Hospital, and the first faculty Director of Harvard University's Mind, Brain, and Behavior Initiative. In the laboratory he studied the molecular biology of neurotransmitter action. Dr. Hyman is a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences and of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He currently serves as Editor of the Annual Review of Neuroscience.

Sue Goldie, Faculty Co-Chair
Roger Irving Lee Professor of Public Health
Harvard School of Public Health

Sue J. Goldie is a Professor of Health Decision Science in the Department of Health Policy and Management. Dr. Goldie’s research focuses on developing and validating computer-based models linking the basic biology of disease and its epidemiology to population-based outcomes. Dr. Goldie is a committee member of several organizations that focus on global health, including the Board on Global Health of the Institute of Medicine. She has received numerous teaching awards for her courses and mentorship in decision science methods as applied to public health. She was recently awarded a MacArthur grant “for genius and creativity” in applying the tools of decision science to combat major public health problems.

Allan M. Brandt
Amalie Moses Kass Professor of the History of Medicine; Professor of the History of Science
Harvard Medical School; Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Allan M. Brandt is the Amalie Moses Kass Professor of the History of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He holds a joint appointment in the Department of the History of Science at Harvard University. His work focuses on social and ethical aspects of health, disease, and medical practices in the twentieth-century United States. Brandt is the author of The Cigarette Century: The Rise, Fall, and Deadly Persistence of the Product That Defined America and No Magic Bullet: A Social History of Venereal Disease in the United States Since 1880. He has written on the social history of epidemic disease; the history of public health; and the history of human subject research among other topics.

David Cutler
Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics
Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences

David Cutler is Professor of Economics in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Cutler has developed an impressive record of achievement in both academia and the public sector. He served as Assistant Professor of Economics from 1991 to 1995, was named John L. Loeb Associate Professor of Social Sciences in 1995, and received tenure in 1997. He is currently Professor of Economics in the department of economics and Kennedy School of Government.

David Edwards
Gordon McKay Professor of the Practice of Biomedical Engineering
Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences

David Edwards is a biomedical engineer and writer actively involved in the translation of ideas from the university through novel medical technology, and the writing, performing and visual arts. His scientific research concerns the mathematical design of novel physical parameters that allow nanostructured materials to efficiently deliver drugs and vaccines to the lungs and other human organs, with a special focus on infectious diseases in developing world nations. Current work in his laboratory includes the development of novel antibiotic therapies for tuberculosis and a new delivery platform for needle-free childhood vaccines. Medicine in Need, or MEND, is an international not-for-profit organization that translates research from Dr. Edwards' lab to clinical practice in South Africa and other developing world environments. Dr. Edwards is the co-author of numerous scientific publications in the fields of fluid mechanics, interfacial transport phenomena, drug delivery, and aerosol science. A member of the National Academy of Engineering since 2001, David has won many national and international awards. Dr. Edwards' artistic work includes his founding and direction of Le Laboratoire, a new innovation space in downtown Paris, where artists and scientists perform collaborative experiments.

Jim Yong Kim
Director, François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard School of Public Health
Chair, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Chief, Division of Global Health Equity, Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Jim Yong Kim holds appointments as François Xavier Bagnoud Professor of Health and Human Rights at the Harvard School of Public Health and Professor of Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is Chief of the Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a major Harvard teaching hospital; Director of the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights; and Chair of the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Kim returned to Harvard in December 2005 after a three-year leave of absence at the World Health Organization (WHO). Dr. Kim has more than 20 years of experience in improving health in developing countries. He is a founding trustee and the former Executive Director of Partners In Health, a not-for-profit organization that supports a range of health programs in poor communities in Haiti, Peru, Russia, Lesotho, Rwanda, Chiapas, Malawi, and the United States.

Paul Ridker
Eugene Braunwald Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School

Dr. Ridker is the Eugene Braunwald Professor of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School and directs the Center for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention, a translational research unit at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston which focuses on the molecular and genetic epidemiology of cardiovascular diseases with particular focus on inflammation. As a graduate of Brown University, the Harvard Medical School, and the Harvard School of Public Health, Dr. Ridker's primary research brings together classical tools of large-scale, population based epidemiology with emerging genetic and molecular techniques designed to improve our ability to predict and prevent thrombotic occlusion. Dr Ridker is also the Principle Investigator or Trial Chairman of several multi-national clinical trials including the ongoing JUPITER trial investigating interventions for CRP.

Bruce Walker
Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School

Bruce Walker is Professor of Medicine and Director of the Partners AIDS Research Center at the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Harvard University Center for AIDS Research (HU CFAR). In addition, Dr. Walker is adjunct Professor at the Nelson Mandela School of Medicine in Durban, South Africa. He obtained his undergraduate training at the University of Colorado and the Swiss Federal Technical Institute, and graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Dr. Walker’s research centers on the cellular immune response to chronic viral infections, including HIV and hepatitis C virus. In 1987 his group discovered that HIV infection induces a strong virus specific cytotoxic T lymphocyte (CTL) response in infected individuals, and have subsequently shown that these cells are extremely efficient at controlling virus replication in vitro. In addition to these efforts in Boston, Walker and colleagues have collaborated with the Nelson Mandela School of Medicine in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa to build a fully functional biomedical research facility to study the viruses fueling the extensive epidemic there, and to capacitate African researchers and clinicians to become involved in the global fight against HIV.

Dyann F. Wirth
Richard Pearson Strong Professor and Chair, Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases
Harvard School of Public Health

Dr. Wirth graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Wisconsin, spent one year as a Fulbright Fellow, and then completed her Ph.D. in cell biology and virology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She was awarded a Helen Hay Whitney Fellowship for her postdoctoral work in molecular biology at Harvard. She joined the faculty of Harvard School of Public Health in 1982 and was promoted to full professor in 1990. She is the recipient of the Burroughs Wellcome Award in Molecular Parasitology, the Bailey K. Ashford Award from the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. She was elected President of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (1998-1999). She is Senior Associate Member at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT and co-director of the Broad’s Infectious Disease Initiative. At the Harvard School of Public Health, Dr. Wirth is the Richard Pearson Strong Professor and Chair of the Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases. Professor Wirth’s research is focused on tropical disease, primarily malaria (which affects 200-300 million people, mostly children, worldwide). Dr. Wirth is an expert in molecular microbiology and has developed many of the molecular genetic tools used in the investigation of malaria and leishmania. Her work has focused on the mechanisms of drug resistance and her group was the first to discover multidrug resistance mechanisms in these organisms.

STARTING to make headway in organizing business matters

Sunday, December 28, 2008

In sunny South Florida 'til week's end, communicating ONLY through GMail

Thursday, December 25, 2008

In sunny South Florida for 2 weeks, I'm communicating through GMail ONLY.
In sunny South Florida for 2 weeks, I'm communicating through GMail ONLY.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

In sunny South Florida for 2 weeks, I communicate ONLY through GMail during that time
Working on the computer

Monday, December 22, 2008

Preparing for 11 days in sunny South Florida; 'friend' me, everyone...
Need 1994 "Health Economics"article: 'Health Care Reform' by RGEvans, A Maynard, APreker, UReinhardt

Sunday, December 21, 2008

is watching the Sunday morning 'talking heads' talk shows, noticing how many ecogroups and clean energy advocates are advertising

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Preparing e-mail to Christmas dinner hosts showing how to simply veganize many of day's menu items
Preparing e-mail to Christmas dinner hosts showing how to 'simply veganize' many of day's menu items

Friday, December 19, 2008

Monday in Longwood Medical Area, then to South Florida for 2 weeks. IM, e-mail me (or just wish me well!)
Cleaning up e-mail and social media before trekking home in promised 10-12 inch snowstorm
Nonessential personnel in the Longwood Medical Area were sent home at noon; I think I'm essential!

Thursday, December 18, 2008

At lecture "Are Health Millennium Development Goals Attainable in Cameroon" in FXB G12

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Marketing Harvard's 11th Annual Ethical Issues in Global Health Research Course (running from June 8-12, 2009) in Boston at HSPH

Monday, December 15, 2008

Making headway on clearing out roadblocks to working on summer global research ethical issues course

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Returning to Longwood Medical Area Salt Mines for another last week before winter holiday vacation.
One of my VERY GOOD (great) FRIENDS and I are IM'ing now. I'm E-N-E-R-G-I-Z-E-D...!
I'm NOT particularly proud of my loafing for 4 days to conquer my gripping cold!!
Still resting, waiting for the cold to break.
Watching John McCain on the George Stephanopolos show

Saturday, December 13, 2008

I took Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday as days of rest this weekend, I should be good with all the monotheistic religions.
Watching the Federal Reserve Cup Bowl on NECN Ch 6. Moderator: "It's about bragging rights."
DARING TO GO OUT for ORANGE JUICE & SOYMILK, despite phytoestrogen warmings for veg men & bad cold.
I'm frantic to realize I have 1 week left to publicize an intensive bioethics course before vacation
I'm waiting for the number of my Facebook friends to top 2500 at any moment now...

Other Publications and Websites

The following is merely a short list of publications that we think are useful for academic study on animal liberation philosophy and policy issues. There are many wonderful and thought provoking journals, newsletters, and magazines on animal rights, animal law, animal liberation, and animal advocacy, that we have not added. If you think that we are missing one of importance please contact us info@cala-online.org


ETHICS CENTER

LAW

GRASS-ROOTS

DIRECT ACTION

SOCIAL SCIENCE

PSYCHOLOGY

PHILOSOPHY

Friday, December 12, 2008

Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds...(Einstein)
Sounding like a parody of someone with a cold, I'm taking the day off and will go to sleep soon.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

I'm quite ill today and don't want to spread illness, so I won't be at work.

Monday, December 08, 2008

I'm playing around with Grouply
Finished thorough revision of the 2009 bioethics website, readying it for re-launch later this week.

Sunday, December 07, 2008

The first 45 minutes of "60 minutes" was great; I'm dragging this this last quarter of an hour about the painter Julian Schnabel.
I'm doing Sunday things after watching carefully the morning talking heads talk shows
I am watching carefully the Sunday morning talking heads talk shows

Friday, December 05, 2008

My work at HMS

Writing e’er changing
Data check so tedious
Truth is so refined!

Thursday, December 04, 2008

Finishing the major website overhaul for the 2009 Ethical Issues in Global Health Research summer intensive course. WHEW! Errors corrected
Working on the website for the HSPH summer bioethics course - June 8-12,2009. We changed the course's name in 70+ pages and many documents.
Working on the website for the HSPH summer bioethics course - June 8-12,2009. We changed the course's name in 70+ pages and many documents.

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Fismayed that cattle grazing is destroying Western lands, impacting most of continent
There were no universities in Biblical times.
There were no universities in Biblical times.

Sunday, November 30, 2008

I'm rejoicing that the brilliant vegan student he coached completed her graduate application to Harvard; it's in the works! YES!

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Coaching a brilliant student about her shift into a slightly different field so she can do further graduate work at Harvard. YES!
Looking for highly-skilled responsible oral historian-archivists with followthrough & track record for high-quality vegetarian oral history.
How do I unzip an RAR file from China?
Oh, my. Rights v well-being - whose obligation(s) is/are the well-being of the public/others in particular/oneself/future generations?
Having Grouply problems

Friday, November 28, 2008

Looking for that BRILLIANT grad student's application to HSPH
Now, down to earth on preparing that bioethics website to go live on Monday, so I can market the course to internationals and break even.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

http://MaynardClark.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!F1B64BFA99EC136!2258.trak
How many (well-intentioned) "Happy Thanksgiving" messages have YOU read, and how much holiday time have you spent reading them??

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Making connections for plant-based diets and cruelty-free lifestyles that are at once rights-based AND other-sensitive, respecting persons.
Making connections for plant-based diets and other-sensitive cruelty-free lifestyles.
Playing with http://media-src.nowpublic.net/
Slavery wasn't defended in terms of rights; it was justified in terms of economics. Animal slavery is justified the same way - PLUS TASTES.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Getting votes for the OBAMAs to GO VEGAN as a FAMILY !! www.Change.org/ideas/ search "vegan"
I urged the Obamas to "Go vegan! Go vegan as a FAMILY!" on Change.org
Thinking how time and the love of family and friends heal so much grief, sadness, and (hopefully temporary) dysfunctionality.

Monday, November 24, 2008

All good employees deserve to go home.
I'm OK with the bailout/partial buyout. The taxpayers have a reasonably fair deal. Now listen to Jimmy Carter on Zimbabwe. They do suffer
Aggressive blog marketing, not mere content, seems to make the difference in visitorship, as I've shown by 2 different blogs w/same platform

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Watching Sunday PM's 2-hour 24 Redemption/better than hoped. Sutherland's public drunkenness reeks - literally!! http://tinyurl.com/5q5vp7
preparing to watch this evening's 2-hour 24 Redemption, though Sutherland's public drunkenness reeks - literally!! http://tinyurl.com/5q5vp7
I'm doing Sunday afternoon things, sorting through current news.
finally going to sleep at 5 am Sunday morning, to awaken at 9 am for George Stephanopoulos

Saturday, November 22, 2008

I have many well-formed thoughts on many topics - but very few soundbites. You can quote me on that.
DO 'friend' me in places where you haven't friended' me already: LinkedIn, 360, Multiply, Facebook, MySpace, Xing, PickensPlan, MyBlogLog
I like the new Digsby - My public urging "Please 'friend' me everywhere" has yielded hundreds of new 'online friends' - many worthwhile.

Friday, November 21, 2008

It's COLD up north, and here in the NORTH, it's COLD outside...

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Talked it out - mm

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Posting BVA argument: rights-based veganism is defensible and, for animals' sake, desirable. But more, why rights-based veganism is just.
Posting BVA argument: rights-based veganism is defensible and, for animals' sake, desirable. But more, why rights-based veganism is just.
I'm searching for arcane post-WWII German language books on human subjects research
Watching decades of savings dissolve is no fun.
Working in Harvard's Longwood Medical Area, where the ENTIRE LMA will go PERMANENTLY SMOKE-FREE on November 20 for Great American Smokeout !

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

What's to say? HOUSE is on TV tonight. Stock market is DOWN, DOWN, DOWN. Do we STILL HOLD? Most folks BAIL OUT, and others get bargains.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Things are SO contingent and outcomes so tenuous (and people SO hard-hearted), that the "quantities" make good outcomes unlikely. Hopeless!
Will a VEGAN be Time's 2008 Person of the Year? Steve Jobs? Not likely to be Dennis Kucinich.
Will a VEGAN be Time's 2008 Person of the Year? Steve Jobs? Not likely to be Dennis Kucinich.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Found all the new Simpsons episodes online for free. I'll talk with 'universal friends' who friend me on LinkedIn, Facebook, everywhere...
A central tenet of ecological economics is that the planet is the foundation of the economy. The economy does not exist in a vacuum.
A central tenet of ecological economics is that the planet is the foundation of the economy. The economy does not exist in a vacuum.
A central tenet of ecological economics is that the planet is the foundation of the economy. The economy does not exist in a vacuum in space but rather is part of, and dependent upon the Earth.
Will Facebook members who added 'Hussein' as their middle names be removing them after the Obama victory? after inauguration? ever?
My LinkedIn friends totaled 1000 this morning, at NOON! The invitation arrived, and I accepted.

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Saturday's 10-hour "Just Health: Current Debates" - a conference on the recent book by Normal Daniels at HMS Gordon Hall, was OUTSTANDING !!

Friday, November 14, 2008

Attending "Just Health: Current Debates" - a conference on the recent book by Normal Daniels-all day Saturday at HMS, Gordon Hall - 8:30-6pm
Since WHEN does a single issue become morally obligatory against all OTHER claims?
The day so far has been VERY good: my work is moving along VERY well.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

I'll be at "An Inconvenient Food at Emmanuel College" until around 9 pm this evening, then home. Looks like MOST US stocks are UP, UP, AWAY!
My retirement funds have been weathering well the economic meltdown, until today when everything else when up, then they plummeted 4.4-5.5%.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Making connections for plant-based diets, since 1977
I'm in the LMA Salt Mines "doing ethics" all week through Saturday evening, when I'll be celebrating animal rights.
I've had a very good day today. I've accomplished much; I've played; and a loved one has found me again. Now, home to the cat(s).
Happy man! I'm finding journal articles and researcher contacts in nothing flat!
Happy man!
much relieved, though I probably shouldn't be. Oh, my!
much relieved

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

3 last days in bioethics, social medicine, and global health in Longwood Medical Area, then celebrate book by Norm Daniels, then CA's Prop 2
watched history of George HW Bush/Dan Quayle v Mike Dukakis/Paul McCartney
Watching history of George HW Bush/Dan Quayle v Mike Dukakis/Paul McCartney
Between noisy tenant UPSTAIRS pounding around on the floor and a noisy exerciser on the floor below.
"Getting caught up" at home on Veterans' Day, listening to NPR's analysis of our social issues with the US military.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Resting at home on Veterans' Day. There have been some "soft terminations" - yet again. Oh, my. Do we believe that?
Hope2work ALL day on 2009 bioethics summer intensive course: Ethical Issues in International Health Research www.HSPH.Harvard.edu/bioethics/.
Hope2work ALL day on 2009 bioethics summer intensive course: Ethical Issues in International Health Research www.HSPH.Harvard.edu/bioethics/

Sunday, November 09, 2008

is at BVS program this afternoon and evening @Grasshopper re: vegetable-oil-powered personal vehicles
LinkedIn contacts nearing 1000 and Facebook friends nearing 2250; please 'friend' me and link with me everywhere! Yes, EVERYWHERE !!
LinkedIn contacts nearing 1000 and Facebook friends nearing 2250.
BVS this afternoon (4pm) +evening focuses on vegetable-oil-powered transportation, followed by vegan buffet @Allston-Brighton's Grasshopper.
Watching Sunday morning "talking heads" political talk shows: this week, Fox, Meet the Press, Teen News, etc. Then BVS re: vegetable-oil car

Saturday, November 08, 2008

Saturday's monthly all-vegan day at My Thai in Brookline was great: Vegan Meetup, Vegan Toastmasters, BVA (Boston Vegan Assn). Get on board

Friday, November 07, 2008

Saturday is the monthly all-vegan day at My Thai in Brookline: Vegan Meetup, Toastmasters, BVA
Watching my 'portfolios' really IS 'scary'
Hitting the hay -- "To everything there is a season, and a time for everything under heaven." Yawn! It's not boring; it's the hours.
Saturday is the monthly all-vegan day at My Thai in Brookline: Vegan Meetup, Toastmasters, BVA
There's NO ONE IN THE WHOLE WORLD online right now I need to chat with tonight, so I'm powering down, doing the news, then resting (zzzzzz)
Ther's NO ONE IN THE WHOLE WORLD online right now that I need to chat with tonight, so I'm powering down, doing the news, and resting (zzzz)
All day Saturday at My Thai in Brookline MA is the monthly all-vegan day, from 11:30 am to 7:30 pm. I'll be there, meeting new folks etc.
Custodian locked me out of my own office; spoke with guards, who let me in, and supervisor, who will speak with custodian about duties.

Thursday, November 06, 2008

Plugging the cable into my laptop seems to have resolved my wifi connection, so I could keep my IM commitments to the world. Why is that?
I've "put in" an INCREDIBLY CREDIBLE day in Harvard's Longwood Medical Area; now I'm going home. Ready: ZZZZZZ
Awesome how I can work intensely for 8 hours for 6 hours pay
Thinking Terry Gross SHOULD be talking about Humane California and doing similiar referenda in all the other US states.
It's a rainy day outside; correspondence & filing indoors - massive amounts of materials should be put into a meaningful semblance of order.
Do we speak of the “vale of tears” or the “veil of tears”?
Rainy day outside; filing indoors - massive amounts of materials should be put into a meaningful semblance of "order"

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Did MUCH today. YOU know what 'MUCH' is... That's EXACTLY what I DID today...!
Got all my publications; now cleaning up then going home - VERY tired after all that hullaballoo last night about Obama.
Heading over to Countway Medical Library for six (6) more articles in psychiatry and ethics, which cost up to $51 each, unless from Countway

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

McCain's gracious concession. Watch California Prop 2 (farm animals) as polls closed;Mass Prop 3 (greyhounds), which easily passed by ~56%.
Watching John McCain's concession speech!
Watching John McCain's concession speech!
Watching California Prop #3 (farm animals) as polls closed, and Massachusetts Prop # 3 (greyhounds), which easily passed by ~56%.
Watching California Prop #3 (farm animals) and Massachusetts Prop # 3 (greyhounds), which we are confident has passed.
Watching California Prop #3 and Massachusetts Prop # 3
Thinking of going to sleep to avoid anxiety EXCEPT this TV watchnight explains how elections & polling work and why voters acted as they did
Stocks inched up, so I think that's because the markets expect an Obama victory.
Working on the 2009 EIIHR website at http://www.HSPH.Harvard.edu/bioethics/ (that's CURRENTLY the OLD site for 2006-2008). It NEEDS work...
Heading to the Countway Medical Library at HMS, across the LMA Quad, enjoying the 'up' stock market. Ha!
Checking out how often I've been cited in books in print, since my vegan friend, Lev of Google, has been working on Google Book Search!

Monday, November 03, 2008

Enjoying Saturday Night Live's 2008 Presidential Bash on NBC. How about I going to get to sleep in time to be wide awake by 6 am?
Enjoying Saturday Night Live's 2008 Presidential Bash on NBC. How about I going to get to sleep in time to be wide awake by 6 am?
Hoping to get EXTRA sleep tonight so I can vote as EARLY as possible Tuesday morning and STILL be at work in LMA by 9 am. WHEW!
Revised 2009 bioethics website nearly done for summer course; dong marketing matls, teaching schedule, applications; processing travel costs

Sunday, November 02, 2008

The number of my Facebook 'friends' (are you a 'friend'?) approaches 2200 and LinkedIn contacts is 965. There's math in everything !
The number of his Facebook 'friends' (are you a 'friend'?) approaches 2200. There's math in everything.
Puzzling why, despite much animal protectionist support in US (including McCain), there's much overt oppression of wildlife & food animals.
Listening to rebroadcast of today's "Meet the Press": John McCain's math problem in overturning Obama's likely win.
The cat was thinking of voting for that guy John McCat (no favoritism involved at all) 'cause he was interested in the security if Catsreal.
Listening to rebroadcast of Meet the Press: John McCain's math problem in overturning Obama's likely win.
Listening to African ex-Marxist revolutionary talk about his conversion to Christianity.

Saturday, November 01, 2008

Al Willis posted GREAT BVFF photos to BrightKite.com
The Boston Vegetarian Food Fest today was awesome...!! on World Vegan Day today - November 1st

Friday, October 31, 2008

Boston Vegetarian Food Festival 10am-6pm Sat 11/1 www.BostonVeg.org/foodfest - vendors begin giving away vegan food samples ~8:30 am

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Preparing 4 Boston Vegetarian Food Festival Saturday 10-6 (Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Ctr Roxbury Crossing) after hectic workweek in LMA

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Maynard is working on the history of a Kentucky prison where human subject research was conducted decades ago.
Working on ethics paper related to abuses of privilege and COI in complex institutions.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Synchronizing digital photos between home computer, laptop, and 2 office computers (for blogging & archiving)
Glad the cat isn't dying, my family members are getting healthier, and I've met some great people in American History through HMS & HSPH
Pleased to learn that our oldest cat may NOT be dying after all and may only need an IV.
Setting aside my HUGE list of personal reminders top focus entirely on work - which is interesting, timely, and VERY important!

Monday, October 27, 2008

Sleep is precious! YAWN !!
The rate of stock decline for some has declined, but stocks continue to lose value.
hiding my PERSONAL details, but sharing my PUBLIC LIFE. The Dow is NOT been kind to us default capitalists.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Great Sadness - then we knuckle down to continue the work

Preparing for a Monday morning Harvard memorial service for President Carter's Surgeon General, Dr. Julius B. Richmond, then 6-7 days diligent work in Harvard's Longwood Medical Area.
Preparing for a Monday morning Harvard memorial service for President Carter's Surgeon General, Dr. Julius B. Richmond, then 6-7 days diligent work in Harvard's Longwood Medical Area.
Sitting on the front porch enjoying the autumnj evening, blogging and doing e-mail, reminiscing.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Topped 950 LinkedIn contacts today, went OVER 2130 Facebook friends, and my blog has been over a million readers for WEEKS now! Stocks down.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Playing with iGoogle's MusicILike app
I am preparing for a public future FAR worse than we ought to be enjoying in face of homo sapiens acting out.
Planning for a weekend of work: YOW !
Maynard is working furiously on what remains from Thursday at HMS.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Chores before Al Gore speaks at Harvard

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

So much for my special blog entry. Think fast.
Oh, I have a blog entry due at a commercial health-related blogging portal.
Finishing up after working all day in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School
thinking about the Alternate Healthy Eating Index (AHEI)
"5 vegetables and 4 fruits" is what I tell folks who ask me what a vegan ought to eat

Blog title...

All of those who knew John Roman and George Engel and those not lucky enough to meet them, are indebted to the authors of this absolutely splendid book for bringing alive an experiment in psychiatry that succeeded so well and proved such a shining example for our field and for medical education. This book is a happy illustration of what scholarship and literary skill can contribute to the understanding of how to care for our patients and how to teach students to improve their skills.
Sleep-dependent memory processing, Harvard Review of Psychiatry 2008;15(5):287

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Maynard is spending the rest of evening doing bioethics work in FXB for HSPH, then going home to enjoy SNL's fun-poking at the candidates.

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

PickensPlan.com AFTER the Presidential Debate

PickensPlan.com - you could contribute to discussion
PickensPlan.com - you could contribute to discussion
PickensPlan.com - you could contribute to discussion

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Sarah Palin did very well this evening and handled Ifill's 'gay' question well and responsibly., and Biden-Obama didn't cave in to their party's handlers in ways that would compromise their own moral beliefs.
Sarah Palin did very well this evening and handled Ifill's 'gay' question well and responsibly., and Biden-Obama didn't cave in to their party's handlers in ways that would compromise their own moral beliefs.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Ready to crash for the night.

09-20-2008 Vegan Meetup at Veggie Planet Photos

Maynard posted photos from the 09-20-2008 Vegan Meetup at Veggie Planet to Flickr, Meetup.com sites, Facebook, and more.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

FRIEND Maynard Clark before YOUR life ends...

Please do say 'hi' (and friend me or connect with me) on any of my social media networks and check in with my map widget.

http://maynardclark.spaces.live.com

Maynard S. Clark is stoic about Wednesday's market drop;going to sleep early to awake at 6 am to vote take 9 am software classes at HSPH.

FRIEND Maynard Clark before YOUR life ends...

Please do say 'hi' (and friend me or connect with me) on any of my social media networks and check in with my map widget.

http://maynardclark.spaces.live.com/
Maynard S. Clark
is stoic about today's market drop;going to sleep early to awake at 6 am to vote take 9 am software classes at HSPH.

Blog title...

Maynard S. Clark
is stoic about today's market drop;going to sleep early to awake at 6 am to vote take 9 am software classes at HSPH.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Go vegan!

It's the RIGHT thing to do!!

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Going home! Tomorrow's a very long day for me, starting with work in bioethics, ending with socializing with vegetarians in a Vegetarian Meetup at My Thai in Allston-Brighton

Blog title...

Going home! Tomorrow's a very long day for me, starting with work in bioethics, ending with socializing with vegetarians in a Vegetarian Meetup at My Thai in Allston-Brighton

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I'm looking for the 'HDS Group for Animals'. Are they still around? Do(es) 'they' (s/he) still exist.
My last contact info is 2005, when they appeared once at Memorial Church, and once advocating for corporate responsibility towards animals.
Could you help me locate them, a URL, or any contact persons?
I'm looking for the 'HDS Group for Animals'. Are they still around? Do(es) 'they' (s/he) still exist.
My last contact info is 2005, when they appeared once at Memorial Church, and once advocating for corporate responsibility towards animals.
Could you help me locate them, a URL, or any contact persons?
I'm looking for the 'HDS Group for Animals'. Are they still around? Do(es) 'they' (s/he) still exist.
My last contact info is 2005, when they appeared once at Memorial Church, and once advocating for corporate responsibility towards animals.
Could you help me locate them, a URL, or any contact persons?

Monday, September 08, 2008

Grieving about Matthew Scully's become speechwriter for Sarah PalinHammering swords into plowshares http://ping.fm/F52Mu
http://ping.fm/F52Mu
Grieving about Matthew Scully's become speechwriter for Sarah Palin
Learning CDC's free app, Epi-Info and Epi-Map, which is built into Epi-Info, to produce a 10-year report

HSPH "Ethical Issues in International Health Research" program

Working on a 10-year report on the HSPH "Ethical Issues in International Health Research" program to submit to the Dean.

Ethical Issues in International Health Research

Hard to believe that this is our 11th year.

Longwood Medical Area

Social Networking and Social Media are going to lighten my extraneous personal load now that I've sorted out how to tweak out and eke out efficiencies by linking them and using them in concert with one another.

Please 'friend' me everywhere, on all social media, and link with me everywhere.

Sunday, September 07, 2008

Ping.FM

Ping.FM ids a great social networking tool, that I found by watching my social media guru friend in Boston, Michelle McCormack
Setting up my ping.fm account