Tag Archives: Twitter

Emergency Room

It has been awhile since I have posted.  I apologize for my silence; you can probably reason that it takes quite a bit to shut me up.  And you would be right.  But this paincation has been particularly brutal.  And … Continue reading

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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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On Being Nominated for Multiple Awards

“It’s an honor just to be nominated.” We all hear this on the days and weeks that lead up the the Oscars.  And every time I hear it I say, “Bullshit!  You want to win!”  Then network television made the … Continue reading

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My First TweetChat

I have been on Twitter for some time under my professional name.  But I never saw the appeal because it was boring.  I did not care that my colleagues in Wisconsin were having a fire drill, that another colleague in … Continue reading

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