The Atlantus: This concrete ship was built during the steel shortage of World War I and served her country for one year. She was later purchased by a salvage company to serve as a ferry between Cape May, NJ and Lewes, DE. She broke free from her mooring during a storm and sunk on June 8th, 1926. Exit 1.

ID Solutions Cases Launches Redesigned Web Site

From the New Jersey Web Designers

Apr 19, 2005

ID Solutions, a company offering unique, case-based, Continuing Medical Education programs in infectious diseases, launched a new and improved website designed and developed by Cyber X Designs. The site allows users to sign up to take CME credits online at their own convenience. It includes a dynamic class schedule, video courses and follow up examinations for awarding credit. Doctors are required to complete continuing medical education courses regularly.

ID Solutions was initiated and is currently operated by BoomCom, Inc (www.boomcom.com), a specialized medical communications company, headquartered in Denver, Colorado. The medical education content of the initiative is accredited by Medical Education Collaborative (www.meccme.org), a non-profit organization that works to certify continuing medical education programs for credit. MEC is based in Golden, Colorado. ID Solutions is sponsored by an unrestricted educational grant from Cubist Pharmaceuticals.

Exit 131: The lightbulb, phonograph, and motion picture projector were invented by Thomas Edison in his Menlo Park laboratory.