360° Tour Krypta in the Temple de Saint Sava, Belgrade, Serbia

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

What was a niche discussion twenty-two years ago, goes mainstream. Moral Panic.

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.

17 Ways to get ready to be an empathetic listener

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

Difference between a WordPress and Wix website

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

Rayo de Esperanza – A Beacon of Hope

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

Walking around Austin, TX during #15NTC

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