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#Hashtag Abuse – Marketing It Into The Grave

© 2013 Scott Strange, Strangely Diabetic and http://StrangelyDiabetic.com

Hash tags are wonderful things on Twitter. Used to “brand” a discussion revolving around some central topic. They make it easier to find information of interest. They also make finding people with similar interests simpler, remember that is what social media is all about: Connecting […]

Is It Any Wonder People Don’t Trust Pharma?

There is a brutal truth in pharma… Pharma companies exist to make money. End of story. Many people have expressed similar sentiment I’m sure, but I recently received a press release that put the situation into the spotlight for me and the diabetes community… and believe me, pharma really should have hit makeup before […]

Dexcom Keeps Making the Same Damn Mistake

** This post is about a device called a Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS). Read more about them here.

One of the complaints I had about the Dexcom 7+ was it’s stupid proprietary power and PC cable. The G4, despite it’s universally-defined micro-USB connector, has managed to accomplish the same damn thing.

To do […]

Finding Morpheus

** those following along the last few months know who Morpheus refers to… for those who don’t it is how I refer to my psychologist in my blog posts describing my experiences in talk therapy

One of the main benefits of social media is that it allows people to connect, to draw on the joint […]

And Then It Became So Hard

** You’ll want to read That Fateful Saturday and It Would Be So Easy first, otherwise this might not make much sense

So I Chose.

I was still terribly depressed, but no longer at rock bottom. I was able to see that if I wanted things to get better, I was going to have to […]