New Palm Program Specifically for Pre-Medical Students.

Gregory Gulick

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Hey gang. There is a new Palm program out there for pre-medical students that helps manage the medical school application process. It's called GuineaMEDSCHOOL and it lets you store tons of data about different medical schools as you research which schools you want to apply to. You can store stuff like admission statistics (average GPA and so forth), pros, cons, personal contacts within the school, the school's contact information, and all those little tidbits of information that you pick-up from the SDN forums.

If you want to check it out, you can visit: and download GuineaMEDSCHOOL.

Here's a screenshot:

Good luck, everybody.

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Are you running a derivative of Linux on your Jornada? Because if you're not, I think you may be running software designed by Microsoft. That makes your monopoly comment quite ironic.
Palm is quite good. They license the OS out to many competitors, so I don't understand why you think they are a monopoly. Sony makes some outstanding PDA's, and Handspring does as well. I think you'll find much more value and selection on the Palm side of the house.
If a monopoly angers you, please tell me you are'nt reading this post using Windows.
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