Monthly Archives: July 2012

Retiring Virtually Shocking

I started Virtually Shocking when I had dreams of becoming the web’s foremost cardiac electrophysiology blogger, especially as it relates to simulation. As it turns out, I didn’t really have the interest, drive, or time required to achieve such lofty status. I would much rather blog about whatever interests me. Some of that relates to cardiac simulation, some does not.

I’ve therefore moved the blog to I’ve set up redirects and all of that good stuff, so old links should all still work.

I’ve taken down my fancy Virtually Shocking theme and replaced it with an oldish-looking default wordpress theme. This blog is about content, not presentation. At some point I’ll spiff it up a little.

I’m sad to see Virtually Shocking go, but if I’d been honest with myself, this should have become a long time ago. I may still post Cardiac Electrophysiology stuff over at