Wil Dubois (aka Lee) is a fabulous resource. He’s a D-blogger, diabetes educator himself, and author of a bunch of very cool and down-to-earth informative books about living with diabetes. However, his experience with his publisher was the same as ours: Not enough marketing! Not enough help getting these useful books into patients’ hands! So Wil has decided to go rogue, by offering his Taming the Tiger book, a tiny pocket first-year survival guide for…Read more »
You wouldn’t believe the weird queries that bring people to diabetes websites. Or maybe you would. If you write a blog yourself, and have ever checked the search terms, I’m sure you’ve had a chuckle. Among my favorite recent search terms for landing here at the ‘Mine are:
“fun facts about the immune system”
“he didn’t have medical id”
For your National Diabetes Month reading pleasure, I thought it might be fun…Read more »
Red Maxwell is father of 15-year-old Cassie, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes as a toddler. He serves as National Chair of Online Communications for JDRF and spearheads their Juvenation social network. Despite being new on my radar, he’s also been blogging about diabetes since 2004, at his own site called Daddybetes.
On top of being a supercharged D-parent, Red happens to know a thing or two about collaboration. With over 20 years of design and…
Today, Nov. 9, is annual Diabetes Blog Day, thanks to community member Gina Capone, who founded this effort six years ago. It’s a day for us D-Bloggers to rally, and try to combine our collective voices to rustle up some attention from the outside world. A perfect effort for National Diabetes Awareness Month, of course!
This year’s topic is: 6 things you want people to know about diabetes.
When Gina says “people,” I’m taking that…
In memory of those who have lost their battle with diabetes…
For a long a time, many of us in the Diabetes Community have been wishing there were a place to honor Loved Ones and Friends who’ve been taken away by this disease. I personally have been toying with the idea for several years, but somehow never got around to making it happen.
Luckily, I recently ran into Barbra Marche of the Canadian-based site DiabetesAdvocacy,…