Three Years and Counting
November 11, 2010 § 5 Comments
The Sterile Eye turns three today and one year ago I switched from my job at Oncolex to the Institute of Clinical Medicine. It’s been an exciting year both in work and blogging.
I planned to do something a bit more creative for this blogiversary, but I simply couldn’t find the time. It was, however, nice to go through the archives and find out what really happened the last year. This is what:
- I developed a new surgical procedure.
- I discovered there was something called EB.
- It took some time adapting to my new environment.
- The videos from my old job became available as an iPhone App. (Now you can even download the lung cancer bit for free.)
- I was admitted to a strange hospital in Latvia.
- I pulled my act together and became a host.
- I visited an old surgical building in Copenhagen.
- I ran around in the forest for a long time.
- I read a couple of very interesting books.
- I did an interview with a talented anatomical painter.
- I did not become a fashion photographer.
- The Sterile Eye had its first ever guest post.
Want to read something even older? Check out The Sterile Eye’s first and second birthday parties.
Want to see some more photos? Check out my Flickr Photostream.
Congratulations on the blogiversary, Øystein.
Congratulations! So happy you blog! :)
Congrats on the three-year “blogiversary”!! I have, and will continue to) enjoy reading and learning from your blog. And I want you to know that I have learned quite a bit from your posts, and they’ve helped my transitions much easier. Keep up the great work!
(And, I’m pretty excited that my guest post made the list! Let me know if you’d like me to work on another….one that won’t take near as long to complete.)
You are welcome to contribute any time you want, Rob!
Congratulations, Oystein! … you are a creative and dedicated blogger! … and thank you for working me into your list… I am honored! I look forward to doing some sort of collaboration with you :)