Yesterday I spent the better part of an afternoon at a research center, testing devices used for the application or a uniquely male oriented drug. I am prevented by a confidentiality agreement from discussing too much of what happened, or the company sponsoring the test. But I think I can relate some of the overall experience. It was a bit…
I am sure most of us have memories of New Year's Eve or Day. Some memories are good, some not, but all of them are stored in our collective conscious. In my case each year is stored like fine wine until they ripen and come out, or like some vintages they are declared unseasoned and kept in storage forever. My most poignant memory is of the first New Year’s Day I was married and the cabbage, potatoes and ham…
I come to you for help! I believe, it is crucial that our community comes together and take ownership of the wonderful opportunity of doing something really BIG: As you might know, We have less than 14 days to reach our 20000 Big Blue Test entries in order to raise $100,000 for people with diabetes in need. BECAUSE OF THE NOV. 14th DEADLINE, we need to act fast!
I also want to present to you the video we did for the Big Blue Test grantee in Haiti.…
We've been experimenting with a few things on the home page in the past couple of weeks, to better cater to the areas that most members come to the site for. These are the changes you will notice if you haven't been to the site in a while:
-We've moved the Groups to the right column, under the listing of Our Other Programs. Groups are one of the most popular features on the community and we're now dynamically displaying the ones with the Latest Activity.
Last weekend myself and Jaimie planned a meet-up for the TuDiabetes Long Beach, CA area. I am glad we planned the meet-up. I the chance to see Rebecca and meet Arturo. I see Jaimie all the time. When it comes to anything diabetes related you'll pretty much see the two of us together.
Rebka and I
Please bare with me, I was going to blog about… Continue
You probably don't know it but I have two other blogs besides this one. The other two blogs are about diabetes (becasue I have diabetes along with plenty of other family members) and my mother's fibromyalgia. One is hosted at my invisible diability community which is an awesome site to network with others who suffer from chronic pain, fibromyalgia and other "invisible" illnesses. The other one is hosted on wordpress which is my blog about life in Kansas City with diabetes. I usually blog about… Continue
After a little downtime last night, TuDiabetes is back with a few really cool new features will be:
* A Bulk Uploader for Photos and Videos: you can now add up to 100 photos and 30 videos at a time, by dragging and dropping them from any folder on your computer into the browser window, when you click on "Add Photos".
Just so you know, the first time you try to Add Photos, you will be presented with this message:
US Hispanics are often portrayed in the press as a single, monolithic group. But anyone who has spent any time in San Francisco’s Mission District or the Bronx can tell you, we’re not all the same. Now we’re finding out Read on! →
Traducido por Mila Ferrer. A menudo los Hispanos en Estados Unidos son retratados en la prensa como un solo grupo, monolítico. Pero cualquiera que haya pasado algún tiempo en el Mission District de San Francisco o el Bronx se Read on! →