Something has happened for which I have no words, but I have to - so I have no doubts it will be done poorly. Please go to Remember Natalie for much better attempts.
Natalie Morris, wife of Tee Morris and mother to their young daughter, has died unexpectedly. If you are inclined to help please do so. You can donate money at http://teeandserena.chipin.com/tee-and-sonic-boom
You can also participate at http://www.theboomeffect.org/ in an auction for the family. If you have items to be auctioned please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tee's Video tribute to Natatlie
I can't imagine what it must be like for Tee and his family, especially his daughter. It is literal something that I don't wish on my worst enemy. Someone commented on Twitter that they had just had one of the worst days of his life recently; and that he would rather face a month straight of days like that than go through what Tee is having to face. I agree wholeheartedly with the sentiment. Tee and his daughter do not deserve to have Natalie taken from them like this, but it has happened anyway.
Probably most of you who read this are already familiar with Tee Morris's work. If you aren't then I'd suggest that you do yourself a favor and listen to some of his free audio books. If you like them, consider buying his printed books including books on Podcasting and Twitter.
If you already know and love Tee's stuff, then I encourage you to write reviews at iTunes and Amazon (or other podcast and book review sites). If you have a blog or podcast, then I encourage you to invite others into Tee's community.
I'm not sure if Tee will read this, but in case he does, this is my message to him:
Tee, you have done so very much to bring light and laughter my way. Not only because of your writing and podcasting, which have provided many hours of enjoyment - but because of what you have and continue to do for podcasting and social media. So very many of the podcasters I listen to every day (and I subscribe to over 100 podcasts) have been inspired and directly helped by what you do.
You have shaped the land on which you walk. And when look at what this community is trying to do on your behalf, it is in large part to the way you've brought us all together. No matter what we do, your load will be heavy in the coming days - but to the extent that we are able to help you bear it, please allow us and gain strength from us.
Finally, thanks so much for those countless hours of interviews and guest appearances on other podcasts. Because you have left me literally laughing out loud - and laughter is the best medicine.
Know you are in our prayers and thoughts.
Richard Green aka "Mainframe"