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BlackBerry Twibbon Campaign – 10K Reasons To Believe


@BlackBerryDev, the official Twitter account for Research In Motion’s Developer Relations team, has begun a Twibbon campaign to help promote the 10k Reasons To Believe .

The 10K Reasons to Believe is all about what developers share why they believe BlackBerry 10 is the future of mobile platforms, and how they can be part of a great product.

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Another Week of Waiting


Sometime Tuesday or Wednesday of this week, the ATGAM medication had been approved, meaning that I’ll be admitted very soon to the hospital.  I’m assuming I’m waiting for a bed to be opened for me at the hospital, although, the communication from my hematologist‘s office is still leaving something to be desired.

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The Word Has Come Down – Treatment Ahoy



I go for blood tests once a week to see how my blood counts are doing, and yesterday was not a good result.  My platelet level, which help the blood clot, was at 8 (normal person 25-30), and this is the lowest level they have ever been.  I saw my Hematologist today, and we have decided on treatment due to my bone marrow failing, and the aplastic anemia gaining the upper hand.

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Vancouver Riots – A Taste of Western Social Media


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Vancouver should of been sad and depressed after the loss to the Bruins after Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals, gone home, and mourned, and reflected upon an amazing season by the Vancouver Canucks.

Instead, small groups of individuals took it upon themselves to start throwing objects at a large television screen, flip over a car, start fires, vandalize and destroy one of the most beautiful downtown cores in the world.

Vancouver Police Department with assistance from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, quickly brought these rioters under control after three hours, showing amazing control and restraint under some very tense conditions.

Within’ minutes of these hooligans starting this 3 hours of destruction and violence, civilians started tweeting, phoning and volunteering photos and video of the actions of small groups of individuals.

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