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Jodi Ettenberg
Once a lawyer, then a travel/food writer. Now disabled, writing about resilience, curiosity, and loss. Bylines: , , Tweets:
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TheBrowser 18h
What do 10 million stars look like? It's hard to imagine the vastness of the Milky Way, but a new zoomable image of its centre gives us an idea. Small section of that image attached to this tweet, with the full picture at the link. (via )
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Jodi Ettenberg 22h
Clear, visualized examples of risks related to getting COVID in three every day scenarios: a classroom, a bar, and a room. Includes how to help yourself stay safe in those scenarios, too:
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 28
Wonderful project, fusing wanderlust with intentional purchases that support local artisans.
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 27
Replying to @PressTMC
Haha sold!
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 27
Replying to @CrtvPrdx
You're just saying that because there is a llama photo ;)
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 27
Replying to @klawexperience
The patients I'm referring to either went to Panama, Mexico or got stems in US. They still fared very badly, but those without underlying mast cell dysfunction did better. It still did not seal their leak; they required more blood or glue patching for that, or surgery.
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 27
Replying to @klawexperience
Yes, and exosomes. Regenerative medicine is fascinating. With mast cell dysfunction already, I'm concerned it would worsen things. Anecdotally, other patients with CSF leaks with similar facts have done a lot worse thereafter.
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 27
A counterpoint to that Department of Defense study released this month that deemed risks of contracting COVID-19 on a flight to be "very low".
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 27
Replying to @joanna_haugen
Thanks for signing up, JoAnna! Hope you enjoy it.
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 27
I've consolidated sundry mailing lists into a monthly newsletter called Curious About Everything. Sign up below for personal updates, podcast progress, & the best reading from around the web. First one goes out next month!
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 26
Replying to @bearshapedspher
Thanks friend!
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 26
Replying to @PressTMC
Do I get a puppy?? (I’ll check now, thanks)
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 23
New York's MTA unveils a new digital subway map, the first one that uses the agency’s own data streams to update where trains are in real time. An animation of the map in action, over on --
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 23
Replying to @lauraolin
They also dubbed the ice leaving the nursery 'baby sea ice'. I appreciate the consistency in describing the consequences of our self-destruction.
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 23
For the first time since records began, the main nursery of Arctic sea ice in Siberia has yet to start freezing in late October:
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 22
I agree with that we all need a creative outlet outside of work. (And if our passion becomes our work, we need a new outlet.) As with Natalie, food was my outlet. Enjoyed her short post on why cooking nourishes her mind, body, & creativity:
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 22
Interesting read about psychedelics; makes sense that embodying a deep connectedness would lead to a more open state of mind politically: "psilocybin use leads to increases in the personality domain of openness, itself a predictor of liberal values."
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 21
Replying to @StevenTDennis
I’ve been getting great use of the infinite scream facepalm 😱🤦🏻‍♀️
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Jodi Ettenberg Oct 21
EU officials removed three countries — Canada, Tunisia and Georgia — while adding Singapore to the approved travel list:
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Jodi Ettenberg retweeted
kottke.org Oct 21
"A huge reason that our politics is not so extremely polarised and so far out there is because we no longer have Murdoch-owned press in New Zealand, and it's never taken a foothold."
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