Online Q&A on Healthcare

I don’t want to link to Politico, because they’re a creepy right-wing spinning mill. But you might be interested in this:

Secretary Sebelius told us last week that she plans a customer-friendly approach to implementing health reform, and she’ll announce her first step today:

“To help everyone better understand the new health reform law, we are holding a live, online Q&A session. It starts tomorrow evening, Wednesday March 31st at 7:00 PM at http://www.HealthReform.gov.

… This will be the first in a series of weekly webcasts and discussions we here at the Department of Health and Human Services will holding with you, the American people, as we work to implement this new law

… I hope you’ll send in your questions and join Small Business Administrator Karen Mills and me at HealthReform.gov … Our health insurance system wasn’t broken in a day. And it won’t be fixed in a day, either. … But the good news is that, after decades of talking about the need for these changes, that work is finally beginning.”

Good Morning

I’ve rediscovered the fact that if I don’t turn on the teevee in the a.m., my mood improves considerably.

If It’s Not One Thing, It’s Another

I’ve mentioned the various repetitive motion problems with my hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, etc. that result from spending so much time on the computer.

Most recently, it was my hands – from using the regular mouse.

A few weeks ago, I finally got a new trackball mouse. And while my hands no longer hurt, my forearms are an achy, numb mess, to the point where I’m now working with them wrapped in Ace bandages. Arggh.

Isn’t blogging fun?

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