Still home sick, having run a fever all through yesterday and being still quite a bit shaky on the breathing. AUGH.
We have established that I am totally backwards: during edits, I am asked to add stuff. I believe it is usually the other way around.
I blame my tendency towards flash fiction, actually. I am accustomed to condensing story into the smallest space possible. This is not the goal here. So: more story. You can has.
I did all but two things on my list yesterday, and I have given myself permission to not feel crappy about not doing All The Things. Because hey, I can't walk across the room without gasping for air. I get some leeway.
Link Soup: Daily Science Edition
* Researchers find cardiac pacing helps epilepsy patients with ictal asystole. The real DUDE! in this article is down at the bottom: "In addition, three of the seven patients needed less seizure medication after receiving their implants. "This may argue that in addition to helping reduce falls there may be some anti-seizure properties associated with pacemaker implantation. That's an exciting finding that needs to be studied some more," says Dr. Moseley." Must see if pacemakers are recommended for supraventricular tachycardia...
* New way to detect epileptic seizures
* Glimpses of the Fourth Domain? (Viruses! Weird and cool!)
Same as yesterday, plus an eye appointment (if I don't reschedule).