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Goodbye HypeOrlando And April Crazy Travel Roundup

Sad, not crazy news to start off with, as of April 30th HypeOrlando will cease to exist. A big thank you to Katie Parsons at Mumbling Mommy who tirelessly promoted our content across the interwebs. I always looked forward to the latest posts from, Forever Young, But Growing Old, Hospitality Hive, House Calls, Running From Insanity and My Quest ... Read More »

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Hotel Rooms of the Future?

Anybody out there curious about what will await us when we check into a hotel room of the future?’ I am, which is why that headline caught my eye from a recent industry read.  Sure enough, some trends are fairly easy to predict because we’re already dealing with some of ... Read More »

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Farewell HypeOrlando

HypeOrlando launched in February 2014; owned by the Orlando Sentinel and we were lucky enough to be among those first invited to bring our stories to this new platform. Our first blog went live on February 21st that year (http://www.hypeorlando.com/wishes-and-pixiedust/2014/02/21/hello-world/) and we were off. We’ve also had two of our blogs featured ... Read More »

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HypeOrlando A Digital Amputation – Killing The Messengers

HypeOrlando A Digital Amputation – Killing The Messengers by William Jackson, M.Ed. Blogger on HypeOrlando #hypeorlando http://hypeorlando.com/ When the announcement that HypeOrlando was closing the realization that a platform that provided community activism, knowledge sharing, community engagement and even humor was about to leave, probably forever was for me devastating. ... Read More &ra...

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Eulogy for our pet fish

Dear Hank: I can’t say that I remember why in the F we named you Hank, other than it does rhyme with the word “tank.” Your tank was your refuge, your place of solitude, where you would read your Stephen King novels, and listen to your gangster rap. It’s also ... Read More »

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Drinking Local

I’m all for keeping things “local”. I prefer local restaurants to franchises, farmers markets over the regional chains and typically I’ll grab a local cold one before some mass-produced brew. The advantage of traveling is you get plenty of chances to #DrinkLocal. Here’s a tip, if you let your friends know that you’ll have no shortage ... Read More »

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Farewell to Hypeorlando- it has been a blast

In February of 2017, my nearly 25 year run as a contributing columnist for the Orlando Sentinel came to an end. Every week, for 25 years, I worked under a deadline to produce a roughly 700 word column related to medicine for the Lake and Orange County editions of the ... Read More »

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What should a doctor look like?

Rounds is a time-honored tradition in medicine. All hospital patients must be seen by their physician daily or, sometimes, even twice a day. In teaching programs, rounds may include a dozen or more persons, including the senior (attending) physician, residents, interns, and medical students. The patient’s current status is reviewed ... Read More »

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