Do you know what I heard this week? Words of love. Of hope, possibility, passion, purpose, unity and light.
Andrea Edwards The Digital Conversationalist
My kids went back to school this week – hallelujah!! It’s been nearly six months since they’ve been home, and overall, it’s been a really positive experience for all of us.
WhatsApp is not a collaboration tool! It’s a messaging app and it’s absolutely useless when it comes to collaboration.
The blast in Beirut was devastating. You can’t imagine that happening where you live, especially if you’ve never lived in a war zone. Of course, the global conversation on the cause has begun in earnest. I find this need to theorize before we have all the facts very challenging and disconcerting. Something big has happened
The North is empty. The doors are shuttered and every day new ‘for rent’ and ‘for sale’ signs are going up. Some of the business owners I spoke with said they would be extremely challenged to make it until Christmas if this isn’t over.
This year – 2020 – is a tough year for many reasons, but it’s also the year Thailand tackles its worst drought in 40 years!! I can not express how alarming it is when the wettest region in the world – the tropics – experiences drought
An Infodemic is when we experience an overload of information – which is usually false or unverified (non-peer-reviewed) information – and it’s a common reality during a crisis, which is why a pandemic ignites a Infodemic.
How can I get out in the middle of a pandemic you might ask? Well I live in Thailand and it’s been seven weeks since any cases of community transmission.
I don’t know about you, but I can accept the fact we’re in a pandemic and everything that comes with it, my struggle is in the idiocy we’re seeing around the world.