This is last week’s Engage and Empower Me class, part of Stanford’s MedX Live. Susannah Fox is good people. When she speaks, you should listen.
Her notes can be found on her on blog – http://susannahfox.com/2014/02/07/put-down-the-clipboard-and-listen/ – if you’re curious.
It’s also worth noting that Susannah was on an episode of my podcast two years ago.
I am obsessed with the stat tracking on my blog. It’s a problem. I still believe that impact of my posts is measured by comments on posts and not specifically page hits but I enjoy watching the daily trends of my posts depending on the nature of the content. My specific obsession is with the “Referrer” stat. Seeing where people are coming from to my blog helps me keep an eye on where my stuff is being linked from. Since I have been registered with Diabetes Daily my referrers have become more varied but I still get the occasional oddball. Continue reading
Do you have a younger sibling that you think gets all the attention? Like no matter what you do, you’ll never be as good as your brother/sister? You ever think that that’s how Type 1 Diabetes feels about Type 2? It seems like no matter how significant of an impact Type 1 makes on society, its sibling gets all the publicity. What makes Type 2 Diabetes so special? Continue reading