Tag Archives: diabetes

How Lin-Manuel Miranda helped boost a tweet about insulin in Puerto Rico

The one thing you need to know about me as I tell this story is that I’m an insulin-dependent diabetic. My pancreas checked out several years ago and no longer does much.  Which means that I have to manually control … Continue reading

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Questions Worth Asking (Maybe)

What are the six types of Twitter communities?  And which are the most toxic? Would you be surprised if it were the political ones? Nah, me neither.  This is from The Fix blog at the WaPo, but you can read … Continue reading

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Questions Worth Asking – Maybe

Should we long for the good old days of the Alien and Sedition Acts? A look at how our understanding of the First Amendment has changed over the years. (Lawyers, Guns & Money) What does free speech look like globally? … Continue reading

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Guest Blog Post on Diabetic Highs at Six Until Me

Anyone who knows me well knows that I’ve been living with diabetes for the last 10 years.  One of the great sources of information for me about this disease has been Kerri Sparling’s great blog Six Until Me.  Kerri is … Continue reading

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