Ok, first of all, I am not dead and I didn't stop reading. In fact, I've probably read more than ever. I mostly read papers related to my research and a specific research problem though. That's why I keep them to myself. Hopefully, I will get on track again starting with this post.
This is a really good article on dinitrosyl iron units which are believed to be very important in cell biology. As the authors say "DNICs have been documented to be the largest NO-derived adduct in cells".
You can find some really cool synthetic routes to make these complexes and their electrochemistry in this paper. Hope you enjoy.