Thursday, March 22, 2007

Diabetes Power Show and dLife

As many of you may know, I found the OC by listening to a very beloved (and greatly missed) Podcast called Diabetic Feed. I am still hopeful that one day it may return.

As I was checking out Podcasts on iTunes and I found “Diabetes Power Show.” I subscribed immediately since it looked to be right up my alley. The show consists of 3 hosts who discuss different D related subjects and interviews as well as news and info about diabetes so I was really excited about checking it out.

Well, yesterday on the drive home I decided to have a listen and guess who they were interviewing...

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And guess who is coming up on the next episode?

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Wow! I love it. It is great not only to read about these people but to hear them interviewed is awesome too!

Speaking about OCer’s in media did anyone see last weeks dLife with Kerri on it? The Simmons Family did the wave when her segment came up. That was very cool.

And speaking of dLife, you should really make sure you watch Sundays show. It looks like its gonna be another great one!

The Story of a Pioneer
dLifeTV reports on the life of Elliott Joslin

One of the leading diabetes centers in the world was started by a man
whose ideas were years ahead of their time.

Watch dLife this Sunday
7:00pm ET, 6:00pm CT, 4:00pm PT

Be inspired this Sunday, watch dLife


Shannon said...

The TV was on and all set up to watch Kerri, but I missed it!!!!!!!!!! I'm so upset.

julia said...

I watched Kerri!

Hey, George, how'd you get that graphic in your blog? I tried to do it but it broke the images.

Shannon - I think Kerri posted a link to the online version in her blog.

Kerri. said...

Thanks, SuperG!! I just came back from St. John and saw that the DiabetesPowerShow podcast had been posted. Thanks for posting the link! And for doing the wave during my dLife segment. :D You are too much!

Shannon said...

The link doesn't work for me. My computer won't bring it up.

Joe said...

Nice post! You have said it very well. Keep going.