Monthly Archives: July 2013

Press Release Infographic: Dos and Donts

I have posted some social media infographics before, yet I somehow longed for THE Press Release dos and don’ts infographic and today I found it and it’s quite smashing 🙂 (I think so).

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Stockholm Syndrome in European Democracies: Revolutions vs. Shopping

No hay un sentimiento de defender lo que es de todos, solo hay un sentimiento de querer guardar nuestros derechos individuales. Vivir lo mejor que podamos. Ir tirando. Eso es lo que hace que no haya revoluciones ahora. El poder … Continue reading

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EPISTEMOPHILIA

I am learning new words and not because it’s Sunday. This one is particularly interesting: EPISTEMOPHILIA n.  – an excessive love or reverence for knowledge.   My personal interpretation of this word would lie in the heavy paperbacks that I … Continue reading

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America Is The Greatest, Freest and Most Decent Society In Existence

Among the reasons why I like this blog community that I have over here is that on different occasions, I have been given a good advice or food for thought 🙂 As we speak, I am in dire need of … Continue reading

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Do we need a global cybersecurity framework?

Originally posted on The ITU Blog:
This issue is particularly topical, it is of rising importance globally and affects all of us – whether we realise it or not. In terms of global communications, we are living through the most…

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Daily Prompt: Stranger in a Strange Land

I thought I’d try the Daily Prompt : Stranger in a Strange Land. For me, it’s both the people and the places that fascinate me in a strange (read: new) place. And the silence or noise. There are different types … Continue reading

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Dire Straits – Sultans of Swing (Basel, 1992)

It’s a little bit long (12′) but worth listening to especially in the second part. Enjoy your Sunday! 🙂

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