Antares & Rho Ophiuchus Region
Credit: Philip Perkins
TommyPom digs Converse’s new music Tumblr.
12 Things i hate about you
I hate when you don’t answers my text, and that you use “lol”
I hate your capability to quote every movie that we watch together
I hate your grumpiness in the morning
I hate your little shy smile ;
and that you answered ”friend”
I hate that you like me only once a week;
and that i sleep better when you hold me
I hate the way you make me weak
I hate that you act like you don’t care even do i know, you do
I hate that even with all the promises that i did to myself and things people tell me i can’t let you go
I hate that you’re making me write a stupid poem.
Being alone is hard.
Sometimes i collapse
and i fall apart in your arms
even if i know that you don’t care
for a moment
i feel something,
i feel normal
Un certain samedi au soir.
Un certain mois d’avril.
three years of graphic design and this is how use my know how
I’m just happy!
Pandanaut by Daniel Hannih (Artist on tumblr)
Wide-field view of the Center of the Milky Way
Credit: ESO and Digitized Sky Survey 2. Acknowledgment: Davide De Martin and S. Guisard
There is a growing tendency for MR images to be viewed in combination with PET and/or CT in the quest for more accurate — and therefore more useful — diagnoses of complex diseases. While hybrid PET/MR machines have yet to reach the market, a new open-source software application offers radiologists a way to create three-way PET/CT/MR image fusion. Radiologists normally rely on external markers when attempting to match clinical PET and MR images. However, the fuzziness of standard PET scans and the difficulty of coregistering images created by different machines at different times often complicate the process.
But Swiss researchers have developed an inexpensive and user-friendly image registration capability based on the free-to-download OsiriX software platform, and they presented their application at the 2008 European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in Vienna.