Scott Hanselman has decided to Twitter all day today about managing his diabetes. He explains it all on his blog.

Partly this is to raise awareness of his fund raising for diabetes.

But isn't this a wonderful way to let others know what it takes to manage diabetes.

What if all the D-bloggers twittered on a single day and used this to let folks know how hard we work at it. Could we get the attention focused on a diabetes-related issue at the same time?

What do you think? Would you be prepared to Twitter your diabetes management for 24 hours?

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Comment by Manny Hernandez on May 18, 2007 at 12:27pm
I am in!!! http://twitter.com/askmanny
Comment by Bernard on May 18, 2007 at 12:30pm
So why don't we chat with Scott, Amy, Kerri and others and see whether we can all agree on a single day?
Comment by Kerri Sparling on May 18, 2007 at 1:26pm
I would do it. http://twitter.com/sixuntilme

I haven't done much with the account, but I would love to have a Twitter-Off to raise awareness.

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