Twitter and the Earthquake in Haiti

(This was originally written for the Mayo Clinic’s Center for Social Media blog when I was on the External Advisory Committee there.) (This was originally written in 2011 – before certain political figures and television “former” stars gave Twitter a bit of a black eye so to speak). Many people think that the only thing … Continue reading Twitter and the Earthquake in Haiti

Traveling at the Speed of Pain

I’ve been having a lot of conversations the last couple of weeks with people who are in pain.   Pain from remembering an earthquake in Haiti that happened 6 years ago.   Pain from emotional illnesses.   Pain from relational battle scars.   Pain from losses.   Pain from mourning – mourning the loss of people but also mourning the … Continue reading Traveling at the Speed of Pain