virtual community or butter? (bumbaugh) Fri 13 Feb 04 14:03
Thank you, David and Cynthia. I learned loads following along here.
Donna Odierna (strega) Sat 14 Feb 04 09:34
Me, too. Thanks!
jessica (gobeyond) Mon 16 Feb 04 09:09
Me, three. I especially appreciated the stark honesty from those of you who are caretakers. Eye opening and heart wrenching. Consider yourselves beamed upon.
Teleological dyslexic (ceder) Mon 16 Feb 04 09:27
Thank you for all the touching stories. (Tears are the hardest stains to get off of glasses.) :|
Angie Coiro (coiro) Thu 19 Feb 04 17:51
David Shenk is one of my guests tomorrow on Friday Forum on KQED-FM, 10am. 88.5 fm in the Bay area; streaming live at www.kqed.org/forum.
Gail Williams (gail) Thu 19 Feb 04 17:58
Wow, how cool!
Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Fri 20 Feb 04 10:04
Break a lip, David!
Angie Coiro (coiro) Fri 20 Feb 04 14:48
He was wonderful! That hour repeats tonight at ten. It's also available in our on-line archive at www.kqed.org/forum.
David Gans (tnf) Wed 9 Jun 04 09:33
From David Shenk: Hey everyone, Thought you might like to know that PBS's "The Forgetting" is re-airing nationally on Wednesday, June 16. To find out what time(s) in your area, go to: http://www.pbs.org/theforgetting/about/index.html Also, I've finally put together a decent website: http://www.davidshenk.com best, David
Zen Cohen (tinymonster) Wed 9 Jun 04 09:54
I'll bet it will get an added surge of interest, coming as it is on the heels of Mr. Reagan's death.
Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Wed 9 Jun 04 15:15
Thanks for posting the pointer, David.
David Gans (tnf) Wed 7 Jul 04 09:08
There's a story in a public-broadcasting trade publication, CURRENT, about the success of a film based on"The Forgetting": Proud memory: The Forgetting By Steve Behrens > Strange how a harrowing program about a nightmare disease can become a > major feel-good event for public TV. > Though some viewers said they didn't like seeing the difficult realities of > The Forgetting: A Portrait of Alzheimer's and its stories of three families > and medical researchers struggling with Alzheimer's disease, many more, > paradoxically, thanked public TV for showing it to them in January. > Along with the bad news, the program brought viewers some relief-- > information about a disease they didn't understand and hope about the help > they didn't know they could get. > "The more information that's out there, the more people can say, 'Grandma > was really mean today, but that's the Alzheimer's talking,'" says Chris > Siefert, outreach director at Montana PBS in Bozeman. http://current.org/outreach/outreach0411forgetting.shtml
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