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Tumblr Tuesday Feature

The Weight of Objects A portrait project by Ramsay de Give and Kristen Joy Watts. Each diptych features a portrait of an individual and an object with a story.
Future of Film From the Tribeca Film Festival, leading filmmakers and experts within the film industry share their thoughts on film, technology, and the future of media.
The How-To Issue Bookseller Molly Templeton was disappointed with the gender breakdown in the New York Times Book Review’s How-To Issue, so instead of complaining, she took to Tumblr.
Medical State of Mind A glimpse into the daily life of a year three medical student, chronicling the journey both within and without class.
Criminal Wisdom An existential detective investigates crime, culture, and dangerous ideas.
For updates on what’s new, check the official New & Notable Tumblrs blog!

The messages were pouring in and the counter continued to tick upwards. I was first alerted of this morning’s Tumblr Tuesday feature by a few longtime followers, news that took me by surprise.As always, I am humbled by and grateful for the opportunity that the great folks at Tumblr headquarters have given me. 
A special thanks goes out to the readers who continue to breathe life to this blog and who join me in this journey. My gratitude also extends to the Tumblr staff for their continued and wonderful work on this platform.
For the new readers who have found this blog today and in weeks past, thank you for your support and your readership. I hope to continue this blog through third year and beyond and I look forward to sharing the stories, trials, and tribulations of medicine with you. 
Sincerely,Tom of the Medical State of Mind 

Tumblr Tuesday Feature

The Weight of Objects
A portrait project by Ramsay de Give and Kristen Joy Watts. Each diptych features a portrait of an individual and an object with a story.

Future of Film
From the Tribeca Film Festival, leading filmmakers and experts within the film industry share their thoughts on film, technology, and the future of media.

The How-To Issue
Bookseller Molly Templeton was disappointed with the gender breakdown in the New York Times Book Review’s How-To Issue, so instead of complaining, she took to Tumblr.

Medical State of Mind
A glimpse into the daily life of a year three medical student, chronicling the journey both within and without class.

Criminal Wisdom
An existential detective investigates crime, culture, and dangerous ideas.

For updates on what’s new, check the official New & Notable Tumblrs blog!


The messages were pouring in and the counter continued to tick upwards. I was first alerted of this morning’s Tumblr Tuesday feature by a few longtime followers, news that took me by surprise.As always, I am humbled by and grateful for the opportunity that the great folks at Tumblr headquarters have given me. 

A special thanks goes out to the readers who continue to breathe life to this blog and who join me in this journey. My gratitude also extends to the Tumblr staff for their continued and wonderful work on this platform.

For the new readers who have found this blog today and in weeks past, thank you for your support and your readership. I hope to continue this blog through third year and beyond and I look forward to sharing the stories, trials, and tribulations of medicine with you. 

Sincerely,
Tom of the Medical State of Mind 

Gastric Subway by Steven McGaughey.
In the past, I have made no secret of my interest of the world of transportation. Steven, a medical student who has a passion for both medicine and design, produced this conceptualized diagram of the gastric area, the tissues, and vessels.
For more works by this exceptional student, you can check out some of his illustrations on his blog or website.

Gastric Subway by Steven McGaughey.

In the past, I have made no secret of my interest of the world of transportation. Steven, a medical student who has a passion for both medicine and design, produced this conceptualized diagram of the gastric area, the tissues, and vessels.

For more works by this exceptional student, you can check out some of his illustrations on his blog or website.