Monthly Archives: April 2015

Windows 8 Tech Failure and Why Internet Cafes Are Extinct in Oradea

People are so used to using technology that they forgot how it feels when something goes wrong. Yes, technology fails and sometimes it is quite difficult to replace it. My PC is in a world of its own for several … Continue reading

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Chomsky’s Opinion on Terrorism, Nuclear Powers and Survival

http://www.euronews.com/embed/304347/ From generative grammar to survival… Noam Chomsky: “In the global scene we are racing towards a precipice which we are determined to fall over which will sharply reduce the prospects for decent survival.” More on Euronews

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The Catalytic Role of ICTs in the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda

Originally posted on The ITU Blog:
In 2000, the United Nations adopted the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) galvanized global efforts to meet the needs of the world’s poorest people. The development agenda framework outlined 21 measurable targets across eight goals…

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Happy Easter / Hristos a Inviat! Romanian Easter Eggs in Onion Skins

Originally posted on Communication for Development of Ideas:
Easter Red Eggs Boiled in Onion Skins – Husasau de Tinca Granny’s Recipe Easter Eggs boiled in onion skins (1) / Credit: http://www.communicationxdevelopment.wordpress.com ½ kg red onion skins that you collect inhouse…

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Current Levels of Food Waste Are Immoral, Says Janez Potocnik FFA Chairman

More on Agriculture and food waste in Europe available on viEUws

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Palm Sunday or Flower’s Sunday in Romania

Originally posted on Communication for Development of Ideas:
Romanian Orthodox are one week ahead of Easter Celebrations and this means today is Palm Sunday or Flower’s Sunday. White lilac Since Romanians do not have palm trees we’re using pussy willows…

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