Posts Tagged ‘useful’

Windows Subsystem for Linux

May 25, 2018

How to Build a Mind Map in Microsoft PowerPoint

May 20, 2018

“Go to the Ribbon > Insert > SmartArt > Hierarchy > Horizontal Hierarchy.”

ADNI Website

May 20, 2018

1000 Genomes Samples sequenced deeply by Illumina, Inc

May 11, 2018

Here is the link to the new 150 deeply Illumina- sequenced 1000 Genomes samples…

There is also a planned trio panel (51 trios) and a repeat expansion project.

NWS NHV Page – 7-Day Forecast for Latitude 41.31°N and Longitude 72.92°W (Elev. 33 ft)

April 5, 2018 Haven

gwas catalog

March 31, 2018

nih GWAS catalog has moved to ebi

Bass 405 Audio Video Instruction Sheet

January 28, 2018

the Audio/Visual Department, has left new instructions in Bass 405 for using the audio/visual equipment in that room. I have been asked to send a copy of those instructions (attached) on to you in case you may need them.

Attached is the instruction sheet for the Bass 405 AV system. I will place a copy of it on the podium in 405. If you have any further questions feel free to contact me.

Classroom Technology & Media Specialist
ITS – Media Technology Services
Yale University

Bass 405 Audio Video Instructions

Touch the podium monitor screen to wake it up.

Select from the 4 sources on the left of the screen. Look for the projector to light up at this point. The volume for all sources is controlled with the “Source” buttons on the right of the screen.


Connect your laptop with either VGA, HDMI, or the Mini Display Port cables. Once connected the system will ask you to confirm your choice. If correct, select “yes”.
If your source doesn’t display right away you may need to select it again.


Wake the PC with the mouse or keyboard.
Log in with your Net ID, and password and continue as you would with any other Yale PC.


With a laptop, tablet, or phone go to your web browser and enter the web address that shows on the screen. (
If you already have the app, open it and select the “Enter IP’ tab and enter the listed IP address.
If you don’t already have it, press the button to “Get the app and connect”. Follow the instructions to download the app and connect.


Insert your disc into the OPPO player in the rack below.
Use the buttons on the monitor to select menu options and transport control.

Do not forget to shut down the system!

Press the power button in the upper right corner of the screen. Select “Yes” on the next page and make sure the projector goes off. Do not turn off the monitor power.
Bass 405 Audio Video Instructions.docx

Yale New Haven Hospital Walking Maps

January 21, 2018

DMV: Real ID Overview

January 14, 2018

PRIMARY document list
* US Passport or Passport Card

SECONDARY document list
* Connecticut issued non-driver identification card, driver license or learner permit

* W-2 form (issued within 5 years)

* Bill from a bank or mortgage company, utility company, credit card company, doctor or hospital
* Bank statement or bank transaction receipt showing the bank’s name and mailing address

How Long Does Yogurt Last? Shelf Life, Storage, Expiration

December 16, 2017

“Yogurt Expiration Date

(Unopened) Refrigerator Freezer
Frozen Yogurt lasts for — 2-3 Months
Drinkable Yogurt lasts for 7-10 Days, 1-2 Months
Reduced Fat Yogurt lasts for 1-2 Weeks, 1-2 Months
Yogurt With Fruit lasts for 7-10 Days, 1-2 Months

All yogurt manufacturers that we checked with guarantee their product quality for 7 days beyond the printed sell by date

How to tell if Yogurt is bad, rotten or spoiled?

Although not a perfect test, your senses are usually the most reliable instruments to tell if your yogurt has gone bad. A small amount of liquid is ok in most yogurts, it is called whey and actually contains several nutrients that should be mixed into the yogurt before eating. But an increased amount of surface liquid (or, in the case of Yoplait yogurt and a few others that do not have any excess liquid to begin with, it’s when a puddle begins to form) and a curdling texture near the bottom of the container are the first signs of yogurt going bad. The final signal that your yogurt has indeed gone bad is the formation of mold and at that point you must throw the entire container away, no matter what. Live bacterial cultures in yogurt act as a preservative, but once those cultures start to die off then mold can start to form. Never consume mold in any shape or form!”