I could still recall few weeks ago, when my PDA stunned everyone in my team.
It was my department's bi-weekly X-ray conference with the radiology unit. Half way through the meeting, the radiologist mentioned a syndrome called "Maffucci Syndrome", but she could not really recall the exact definition of it. Everyone in the hall was puzzled with this bombastic term anyway. I saw my specialist even scratching his head looking puzzled too.
Then I whipped out my Pocket PC and ran through the syndrome list from a freeware called "Eponyms" and whoalah... "Maffucci Syndrome is enchondromatosis associated with soft tissue hemangiomas; associated with ovarian carcinomas and brain gliomas; essentially Ollier's disease with hemangiomas".
After blurping out those statements, I could see everyone in the hall staring at me in envy. Then my specialist broke the silence by saying,"Gosh, I think your that little computer can replace all the textbooks in the market now!"
Indeed it can! :)