Archive for July 2018

Medicine and Military: What These Professions Have In Common

A recent article posted on MD Magazine’s website highlighted one Navy recruit’s journey from the military into medicine. The two subjects have a lot more in common than you might believe. Christopher Bell, the Navy recruit in question, shared his 20 year journey as an aviation medic and his transition into civilian life as he brought his…

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Time is Fascinating, Confusing, Essential, And… Not Real?

Time is fascinating, confusing, and, above all else, relative. The Soviet Union tried (and failed) to enforce both five and six-day weeks between 1929 and 1931. Additionally, following the French Revolution, French revolutionaries tried (again, and failed) to institute a 10-hour clock. Thankfully, there are plenty of other researchers who have been diligently working over…

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A Deep Dive Into PoE Network Clocks

Clock servers are an integral part of business nowadays. There are a few specific types of time servers that have certain benefits. POE clocks, NTP servers, and PTP servers. Precision Time Protocol (PTP) was originally defined and standardized by The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in 2002. This method is used to synchronize…

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