Now that I’ve graduated from opto-school, I’ve decided to spend a little more time on Optonotes.com. In an attempt to revive the website, I’ve decided to change the look and layout of the site; perhaps it’ll motivate me to post more frequently. The website is now indirectly connected to my own, personal website – drzubi.com which provides information about my career, and will also become a resource for patients.
Anywho, I think Optonotes is a little cleaner now, and it has a few more features …and one less. I’ve removed the “tools” section for now. Until I find myself with some serious time to devote to the development of tools there, I’ll leave it out. I have added Twitter support though, and you can now follow the blog’s posts from the dedicated Twitter account, @optonotes. Optonotes also allows you to tweet its posts directly from its pages.
The student presentation slides are still password protected. The reason for this is that they may contain some information that is not 100% accurate — they are (after all) student presentations. For this reason, I do not want them disseminated to the general public. I will also be adding a set of notes known amongst Berkeley students as “Chong Notes” to the “slides” section. They will also be password protected in case there is inaccurate information there as well. If you are a student or doctor and would like access to the slides and notes, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will provide you with a username and password. Finally, if there’s anything you’d like to see added, please let me know in the comments.