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The Downside of Virtual Interaction

Since my breast cancer diagnosis and–48 hours later–the creation of this blog, I have sung the praises of social media.  As my readership grew and my Twitter numbers blossomed, virtual roots that were planted started to flourish in a garden … Continue reading

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Learning Curves Blow

Like most people, I’m not a big fan of learning curves.  I still remember how hard it was to learn to tell time.  Big hand, little hand, half past, quarter to.  I didn’t think I would ever figure it out. … Continue reading

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