1  :  the act of moving

2  :  a group of people working together to advance their shared political, social or artistic ideas

This blog is largely a literary self conceit in that my personal views and observations are presented through the median of relating a story or series of interactions from the first person point of view. Over the last year of presenting these stories I’ve had the pleasure to meet like minded individuals across the world and have built an extended group of friends who share a bond and vision through the shared experiences of EMS professionals and first responders.

Through social media and the hard work of many professionals a vision of the future is slowly taking place. This vision of a new form of EMS has taken on the name of EMS 2.0 and though it means different things to different people we all share many of the same ideals for the advancement of the profession. 

To this end I have started the transition to relocate my blog hosting to First Responders Network. In the very near future there will be a minor face lift to the blog aesthetics and URL. Those of you that connect directly to will still connect with that URL. Those that connect using will get re-directed to the new site. And those that subscribe via e-mail or RSS may have to re-set the subscriptions once the transition is complete. For the most part this should be a fairly transparent process.

I want to take just a moment to thank everyone who has been reading my self indulgent musings over the last year and rest assured that the same level of content will continue and possibly improve over the years to come. There is no shortage of fascinating observations to be had in the Big City that is my daily workplace. 

To the thousands of people that have read my little blog over the last year let me say thank you so much for your time. I hope I have given just a few people something to think about and that possibly some good can come from that. For those of you that are on the job; stay safe.

Thank you!



~ by KC on April 24, 2011.

2 Responses to “Movement”

  1. KC, Thanks for posting these stories. I truly enjoy reading them and the fact that your personal views comes through makes them all the better.


  2. I second that statement. This blog is beautifully written; the stories always leave me motivated to become a better pre-hospital provider.

    I only wish there were more medics like you out there KC.

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