In June, we visited Belgrade, Serbia and experimented with 360° photography. This is a photo of the Krypta of the Temple. The main church space wasn’t finished yet, except for the mosaic in the rotunda. Christian also made a 360° image. It always looks funny when people using their phone to create these image. They … Continue reading 360° Tour Krypta in the Temple de Saint Sava, Belgrade, Serbia
A moral panic is a widespread fear, most often an irrational one, that someone or something is a threat to the values, safety, and interests of a community or society at large. Typically, a moral panic is perpetuated by news media, fueled by politicians, and often results in the passage of new laws or policies … Continue reading What was a niche discussion twenty-two years ago, goes mainstream. Moral Panic.
This morning, I went to a workshop at the local Unitarian Universalist Congregation on how to be a better white ally in the fight against racism. The workshop was help by the renown facilitator Dr. David W. Campt, who just publish the White Ally Toolkit Workbook. 55% of white people feel that racism against white … Continue reading 17 Ways to get ready to be an empathetic listener
Interesting videos that helped me understand a few more things.
You can use your own place or your rent space. You can use a professional or you use someone who know how to assemble things in Wix You can use a free hosting or a professional hosting. The choice is yours. Does your customer care? Do you care? An example of business who switch from … Continue reading Difference between a WordPress and Wix website
Below are my photos of the Cesar Chavez Memorial Sculpture I passed by every morning and evening while staying in Austin Texas for the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference. I admit my knowledge about 20th Century History in USA is very fragmented. I came across the name Cesar Chavez just recently after watching the movie Food … Continue reading Rayo de Esperanza – A Beacon of Hope
Thanks to Techsoup Global and NTEN, I was able to attend the conference and meeting in Austin, TX this month. I stayed with my fellow Netsquared Regional Ambassadors at an AirBnB house in walking distance of the Austin Convention Center. I very much appreciated the daily walks and my fitbit had me constantly way above … Continue reading Walking around Austin, TX during #15NTC
Oracle team took a break from hard computer work and drove to Immokalee. The team assisted Guadalupe Center to wrap Christmas gifts and give them out Families. Here are some photos.
Thinking about electronics for Christmas? The prices will be good for this year’s models. And then International Consumer Eletrconics Show 2015 happens and some of us will be looking at new electronics to want just about two weeks later. I feel very fortunate that I am not one of those early adopters. Early adopters, who always … Continue reading CES is upon us
I found this on an old NFN web page about its volunteers. Here is what I wrote in December 2002 After 10 years in Restaurant Management in Germany I not only changed my profession but also the country I live in and came to Naples in August 1998. Christian, my hubby, was relocated by his … Continue reading #ThrowbackThursday Early years.