Nickie Coby (puppybraille) wrote,
Nickie Coby
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Lessons and links

More linky goodness.

I can't believe this story!
I found it through
Denise.

Apple has decided to start suing companies for using the term "podcast". There is a
Podcast is not Apple's Trademark
petition circulating, which I'm going to sign. I know I don't spend much time podcasting or listening to podcasts anymore, but I think it's worth signing.
Thanks for pointing it out Darrell!

This article from Wired is about anesthesia on the battle field and even mentions RSD (it may say CRPS in the article, but I'm not sure). It also explains more about how the brain handles pain, and why the new forms of anesthesia may even help prevent RSD.
The Painful Truth.

Susan has a great post on being a Chaplain and helping patients waiting for psychiatric treatment. I was on a
Yellow Ribbon
task force at my junior high, and often wondered how to help people who were suffering. Now that I'm starting socialwork classes, I have started thinking about these issues again. Read Susan's article
Heaven can Wait.

The Daily Headache has some great tips on
Effective advocacy.
It is incredibly important to be an advocate for yourself to get the care you need. I appreciated the reminder!

This was one of those articles that gets you through days when you want to spell
Witch with a B.
It was incredibly timely for me yesterday.

I've collected over 500
Delicious
links, but I couldn't get it to work with my BrailleNote. Now, there's a third-party site called
Mobilicio.us.
Now I'll have access to my information when I need it. Very cool!

That's all I'm going to link for now. I'm not feeling all that great, and I have work to do. But it's the weekend, and I'm incredibly happy about that!

Tags: blogs, chronic pain, faith, health, hope, rsd sucks, socialwork, tool box
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