“Living with Multiple Sclerosis” is not exactly a formula for a light n’ lively sitcom, nor is it all gloomy. It’s simply a journey shared. … How best to share this information? Well, I simply blunder along chasing technology.
Sometime yesterday the 1,000th viewer watched our debut broadcast on You Tube, living with MS: wheelchair rollin’ (Originally posted October 5th, 2006 and embedded here again for this anniversary benchmark).
200 people a month, on average, watch this one 3 minute video slideshow on You Tube accompanied to “Proud Mary” by Ike & Tina Turner.
50 people, I estimate, read any single Caregivingly Yours, Journal entry. (A formula of hit counter divided by months divided by average number of entries.)
Journals and You Tube can no more be compared than apples and oranges. Yet it seems if you have a message to share, then people ARE “watching”.
…. except Stardust who 'needs' only a sunny window.
I want to thank Jackie of AOL Journal Life In Bama. Like a cyberspace muse, she encouraged me this past Fall to stumble my way onto You Tube.
Click on the following link if you would like to visit a menu page of our six You Tube broadcasts to date …