Il “Leonardo del legno 2.0” Mattia Gardenal


Ieri è venuto a trovarmi un amico che mi piace definire “Il leonardo del legno 2.0” .Mattia Gardenal. Un Artista veramente 2.0, innovativo e sempre alla ricerca di cose nuove è riuscito a costruire delle macchine di legno che all’inizio si ispiravano al movimento dell’albero a camme (quello che fa muovere le nostre auto ). oggi Mattia si è spinto molto più  oltre e con l’ausilio di sensori applicati al movimento del legno è riuscito a fare in modo che muovendosi, le sue creazioni producano un suono, dei suoni. Ne risultano delle composizioni articolate e originalissime, postmoderne e ritmate che troveranno senz’altro spazio nel mondo dei più giovani, ma non solo; visitando la pagina Beat Engine su Facebook dove Mattia Gardenal  ci aggiorna sui progressi delle sue creazioni, troverete un clip dove la sua musica viene applicata ad un Cortometraggio futuristico.

Mattia è stato veramente gentile a farmi dono di una delle sue prime creazioni; una barchetta che si muove tra le onde di legno dalla quale ero rimasto affascinato durante una manifestazione alla quale aveva partecipato a Roverbasso di Codognè qualche anno fa.

Vista la sua bravura gli avevo subito chiesto se potevamo fare un’intervista per potermi rendere conto più da vicino del suo enorme potenziale. Gentile come sempre me l’aveva concessa e ho deciso di inserirla all’interno del mio prossimo libro Cuore Veneto.Interviste e storie della nostra gente. Mattia vive e lavora nella nostra provincia ma è oriundo di Cimetta di Codognè.

Rimango solo in attesa di vederlo riconosciuto a livello nazionale ed internazionale per le sue creazioni muscali e lignee.Non ci vorrà molto. E sarà una grande gioia.

Codognè Cuore Veneto.Il libro diventa un dibattito a Conegliano il 16 Maggio


L’appuntamento per chi ama i dibattiti è Sabato 16 Maggio alle ore 19.30 nel foyer del Teatro Accademia di Conegliano Veneto in Piazza Cima. L’occasione per parlare di “Linguaggi antichi e Moderni nell’era di Internet” loa da il libro “Codognè Cuore Veneto” il paese della Mela Cotogna e dei codici QR scritto e pubblicato lo scorso 6 dicembre da Pio Dal Cin e Francesca Salvador. Il primo libro in Italia ad inserire contenuti multimediali quali video interviste e foto album attraverso l’uso dei codici QR (a colori). L’idea oltre che ad alleggerire il file del libro e renderne la pubblicazione più economica, accorciando di gran lunga il numero di pagine, seve a far dialogare le generazioni dell’analogico e dei documenti antichi, delle vecchie foto rimestate e ripescate dai cassetti impolverati,con i “nativi digitali” cioè i nostri figli e nipoti che sono nati già con l’Internet nel DNA.28487-samantha2bcristoforetti2bintervistaIl Codice QR che contiene l’intervista con Samantha Cristoforetti

Associando i due modi di dialogare, anche le generazioni lo fanno, scambiandosi preziose informazioni che li obbligano a  sedersi ad un tavolo e a discutere. In questo modo si salvano i valori antichi del buon senso e della saggezza dei nostri Avi di estrazione contadino- cristiana e si mettono a confronto con il Web 2.0 e le nuove tecniche di comunicazione che passano anche atttaverso l’uso di questi rivoluzionari codici QR che permettono di sintetizzare contenuti e informazioni spremendole in uno spazio ristretto e facilmente accessibile da un qualsiasi smartphone.

Perchè parlare di Codognè Cuore Veneto a Conegliano? Perchè l’autore è nato a Conegliano Veneto il 15 Ottobre del 1956 ed ha lavorato per lunghi anni come fotogiornalista per il Gazzettino. Qui ha studiato e passato i migliori anni della sua vita.P1050748La presentazione del libro “Codognè Cuore Veneto in Villa Toderini (www.villatoderini.com) lo scorso 6 dicembre

Francesca Salvador ha avuto uno zio come sindaco nella Città del Cima dal 1965 al 1970. Il puzzle si ricompone quindi dopo tanti anni ed è qui, grazie alla generosità del meraviglioso Giorgio Fabris che i due autori si confronteranno con il pubblico in un piacevole dibattito sull’uso dei linguaggi.  Siete invitati tutti a partecipare quindi Sabato 16 Maggio. L’ingresso è gratuito ma i posti sono limitati alla capienza del foyerP1050735La copertina del libro disponibile nelle migliori librerie della zona

Oderzo Perla del Veneto ispirazione per un fotografo di strada


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Oderzo Perla del Veneto. La sua gente le sue strade i bellissimi spunti per un fotografo di strada

Ieri in un gruppo al quale partecipavo su Facebook il moderatore ha postato un “Codice Etico per l’uso delle foto ” che ritraggono persone per strada. In queste ultime settimane mi ero permesso di pubblicare dei “candid shots” di gente presa così, mentre cammina per le strade di Oderzo. Precisando che se a qualcuno avessero dato fastidio avrei subito provveduto a rimouverle

Vengo spesso in questa bellissima cittadina del Veneto; mi rilassa la sua Piazza Grande ancora a misura d’uomo e ricordo anche le accese polemiche che ci furono negli anni 80 quando si paventò l’idea di renderla pedonale. Allora ero il fotografo del +Gazzettino  ed ho seguito la vicenda con passione. Sono felice che alla fine abbia prevalso il buon senso, regalandoci una delle più belle piazze della provincia di Treviso.

Una piazza che per un “fotografo di strada” come mi piace definirmi adesso è sempre una grande attrattiva.
All’inizio della mia carriera di fotoreporter d’assalto frequentavo luoghi più pericolosi. La guerra Serbo Croata mi ha insegnato che bisogna stare attenti alle mine anti uomo che sono verdi e sembrano dei grossi freesbee. L’Intifada in Israele mi ha insegnato che vivere o morire in certi casi è una questione di piccole decisioni prese in fretta, e così via.

Adesso sono tranquillo e ho famiglia. Le foto di guerra le lascio fare agli altri. Mi piace cogliere certi momenti nei quali la gente si ritrova anche così per caso come in questa foto fatta davanti al Duomo, dove due vecchi amici, un uomo e una suora si ritrovano per uno scambio di idee. Non ho ascoltato quello che dicevano ovviamente ma la loro conversazione era cordiale e genuina

Ho pubblicato decine, centinaia di foto come questa e non ho mai avuto nessun problema di Privacy o di ritorsioni legali per averlo fatto. Ho sempre pubblicato le mie foto usando un grande rispetto e puntualizzando (come ho fatto nel gruppo Facebook) che se avessero dato fastidio a qualcuno le avrei subito rimosse. I commenti sono stati tutti positivi e questo mi ha spinto a pubblicarne di nuove visto che incontravano il favore della gente di Oderzo. Fino a ieri, quando il moderatore ha deciso di insegnarmi cosa dovevo o non dovevo pubblicare. Ho deciso quindi di uscire dal gruppo e di pubblicare le foto della gente di Oderzo su questo blog e sul mio profilo Facebook (cercate se volete pio dal cin e mi troverete facilmente). Nel libro che ho pubblicato a dicembre +Cuore Veneto Codognè Treviso   “Codognè Cuore Veneto” (lo trovate nelle due librerie Opitergine) ho fatto un accenno alla bellezza della città di Oderzo. Nel prossimo volume in uscita a Natale ci sarà un’ampio spazio dedicato a questa “Perla del Veneto”. Ci saranno luoghi, scorci e personaggi. Se qualcuno si sentirà offeso dalle mie foto si accomodi pure e adisca a vie legali. Non accetto però lezioni di etica da nessuno e tantomeno da chi non è del settore. Per me la fotografia è stato e sarà uno stile di vita e una passione bruciante; un virus dal quale non sono mai riuscito a liberarmi. Non saranno le parole di un moderatore di un gruppo Facebook a farmi desistere a continuare a scattare e pubblicare le mie foto, come sempre nel grande rispetto di chi sto ritraendo. Non sono un Paparazzo, sono un fotografo di strada.

Riflessi sul cofano di un SUV in centro a Oderzo

Ieri al mercato…

Bibione Beach and the wireless flaw


(by pio dal cin) Bibione is a great beach on the upper Adriatic. The beach is wide and services abound. The prices are contained now in June. The broadwalk is full of people in the morning jogging, or riding their bikes along the shore. At night restaurants and pizzerias fill up with people and the downtown stroll is a wonderful experience.

If you are a web addict and you cannot live without your emails, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google plus, Youtube, get ready for disappointment as BIbione does NOT offer a free WIFI service. Why should Bibione do it? Because this is the Web 2.0 Era. People love the beach and the pizzas, the restaurants and the services on the beach, but business men and young people love to be connected 24/7, so by the same token you charge a tax just for being there (tassa di soggiorno) you should provide your spending guests with FREE WIFI. If not, we’ll go to a resort or beach with that service. Wouldn’t that be a shame? Wake up Bibione, this is the 2014.

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Priest sings Halleluja at wedding and makes it viral on the web


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Black Sabbath Live on Google plus Hangout Now!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=jY8kCC2uvGY#!

Google Glass and its impact on the way we live.Be Prepared by 2013’s end


by pio dal cin) I found this great article about +Google  Glass project on “Marketingland.com” describing the impact that the Glass will have on the market as the project prepares to release the commercial version of the product by the end of 2013 .


The “Glass” basically will allow you to see what you see now in your “Smartphone” through a pair of glasses that you are wearing. The product was publicized and +Sergey Brin  co founder of +Google  with +Larry Page  was spotted on a New York City subway wearing the “Glass”.

The following analysis by

“Marketingland.com” will explain  you what the real impact will be on the way we live in the future

http://marketingland.com/10-predictions-for-the-future-of-google-glass-34532

John Lincoln wrote the article

. The Small Screen Will Force Those To Adapt To Space Constraints

The Google Glasses will, of course, have a smaller screen than a PC. But the glasses will also have a smaller screen than any smart phone on the market. The viewing area is minimal, and it only resides on the right hand side. Because of this, everything that is rendered for Google Glass will be incredibly small. This will create a whole new medium for Web viewing and usability. Google and third-party interests will need to explore different ways to perform actions and render data.

2. Less Browser Changing

Google will, of course, make their browser available first for use through Google Glass, and this will result in most users sticking with that browser. However, it is safe to say that new browsers will most likely be introduced later. Regardless, this will mean more market share for Google-owned browsers.

3. Less Switching Of Applications

When we are on smart phones, we often switch from app to app to accomplish an objective. With Google Glass, we can expect to start with a core set of abilities that are inherent to the operating system. Following this, applications will be introduced and their use will grow. While this is true, Google will get the first crack at developing all the functionality needed for the device, much like the advantage Apple had with the iPhone. If Google can do this well, they will limit the need for new apps and gain more control of this new market.

4. A Greater Need For Voice Recognition Technology

Most of the usability in this device is activated based on voice recognition. Google has improved their abilities here, but voice recognition and activation technology is still very new and buggy. Google will need to continue to improve and expand the capabilities of this technology to make the product successful long-term.

5. Smart Phones & Websites Racing To Integrate

Google Glass is scary to everyone. You can bet Apple, Microsoft and other big players are having meetings right now (or have already) to develop an ad hoc Google Glass strategy. They are asking, “Do we create our own technology to compete? Do we look for ways to integrate? Or, do we just sit back and watch?” These companies are heavily invested in the smart phone battle right now. Google Glass means a whole new opportunity to create a new generation of devices. Each one of these companies is no doubt developing a strategic plan.

Google Glass Flight

6. New Advertising

Google appears to be offering this product with no ads to start. They are generating a little revenue from the sale of the device, but they will be creating ads at some point. When they do, a new ad format will need to be developed. This is going to be a tough one for Google. Creating an ad that is non-intrusive but also one inch from someone’s face is not easy. But trust me, they will find a way.

7. More Eye-Movement Focused Applications

Google has already patented a new eye tracking technology that basically follows the eye, and thus, can control the camera. According to techradar.com, “Several methods of tracking eye movement are provided, including projecting moving objects and displaying a path, such as a zigzag or partial circle pattern, for the eye to follow.”
While at this point, this technology is only being utilized to unlock the head-mounted display, there are many more implications. This could be used to play a racing game, move a chess piece, organize an excel spread sheet or perform an action (ex., move eyes to the right for “yes” or to the left for “no”). This eye movement technology, as it is developed, will be a great help for using the device when you don’t feel like speaking. It will also allow for some fun ways to interact with different device offerings. Finally, as users become more accustomed to eye tracking technology we will see it increasingly utilized in all technologies.

8. Social Media Will Need To Adapt

Google Glass is a game changer for social media. You know it, and I know it. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google +, LinkedIn, FourSquare, as well as other sites, will all need to develop strategies to deal with this new technology. Will the social sites allow for easy uploads? Will they have an area of their page that shows the person’s live feed when it is turned on? Does Facebook race to create their own device? One thing is for sure, if a social media site cannot interact properly with this technology, they risk losing users. Google knows this and will undoubtedly be creating seamless integration with Google +. At this stage, it would seem that Google + has the most to gain from Google Glass.

9. GoPro Will Suffer

GoPro has been an amazing venture to watch. A simple camera with better mobility and water resistant capabilities turned into a worldwide phenomenon very quickly. Google Glass is going to be a serious competitor for GoPro. Sure, Google Glass is much bigger than just video, but the two devices can accomplish the same goals, and to me, Google Glass looks a little less bulky.

10. SEO Will Change Yet Again

While right now, it appears that the search function is limited. Google will, of course, be offering full search abilities at some point. With the incredibly small visual interface, search listings will render a small amount of data, and overall, the way results are presented will change. I don’t want to go too in-depth on this one without more information, but it is clear things will evolve to fit the technology.

Wrapping Up Predictions

These predictions are simply ideas based on my experience in Internet marketing. They may not all be right, but there is nothing wrong with considering the implications of Google Glass. I hope you found this a good read. If you disagree with these predictions, that of course, is fine. Let’s get a good discussion going below on this topic. However, I believe we can all agree that Google Glass is a game changer on many levels.
Opinions expressed in the article are those of the guest author and not necessarily Marketing Land.

WordPress or Blogger which is best for SEO? (video) from GoogleWebmaster


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Elezioni 2013 Ecco i primi risultati- Italian Elections 2013 here the first results


expected grilo (by pio dal cin)

These should be the first results from the Elections in Italy as Grillo is expected to make a “killing” with his policies of “sending the old Nomenclatura away from the Parliament” Every Party is fearing his success as results are pouring in after the polls closed at 3:00 pm local time (GMT+1)

NASA Long-Distance Google+ Hangout to Connect with Space Station


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11:05 PM  –  Public

via +NASA   +Dori Storbeck   great HO from Space.

tag +Samantha Cristoforetti

NASA originally shared this post:
NASA Long-Distance Google+ Hangout to Connect with Space Station

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Here is an interview with +Samantha Cristoforetti  who is going “up there ” next year (https://plus.google.com/u/0/115135005437142391944/posts/TsQZtuhfepK)

G+ Bradley Horowitz Describes his Tesla Model S driving experience


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A Most Un-Peculiar Road Trip

A few weeks ago, we decided that we’d take advantage of the long weekend to drive down from the Bay Area to Los Angeles to see friends and family. The notion of driving down (v. flying) was made infinitely more appealing by the thought of taking our Tesla Model S.

In the intervening time, the +The New York Times +Elon Musk kerfuffle unfolded. I must say, it gave me a moment of pause about whether taking the Tesla was actually a good idea.

But I’ve already got more than 3000 miles on the car, and have learned to trust it.  So off we went.  And I started out by resetting the trip odometer, staying acutely aware of my energy consumption, etc.  But as the trip progressed (with another adult and two kids), we settled into the usual road trip rhythm of songs, games, and “Are we there yet?  How much longer?!”  It became clear that the fact that this was an electric car was a non-issue.  And so I stopped any notions of meticulous logging and just had fun and stayed present.  So this post is not in anyway intended as a rebuttal, filled with facts, figures, points and counterpoints.  Just one happy Model S owner’s experience, on one particularly well-supported route.

We trip was ordinary in the best possible sense. We had the air-conditioner going when it was hot (toward LA), the heater on when it was cold (back here), and we drove like we like to drive.  The car handled the steep grades on the path like a champ.  In fact the only thing missing was the roar of an engine struggling to make it up the hill.  😉

Per the attached map below, we stopped twice, breaking the trip into thirds.  This gave us an opportunity to eat, switch drivers, refresh… and of course recharge. In a gas-powered car, at least one of these stops would have been “optional” for me… maybe we’d have broken the trip into halves instead of thirds.  But we’d have still stopped to eat, and additionally I’d have definitely needed at least one bio-break and stand-and-stretch.  So in reality, there was a bit of a compromise.  For our second stop, what might have been a 15 minute pit-stop ended up being longer (by about 40 minutes.)  We put the time to good use, and it didn’t feel burdensome.

I heard a couple of NPR Marketplace correspondents last week describe this tradeoff well.  The first said (I paraphrase), “It’s not always appropriate to judge a new, disruptive technology against an incumbent across every dimension.  For instance, landlines almost never ‘drop calls.’  Cell phones do… a lot.  By that measure alone, you’d think that cell phones would fail.  But the added convenience of portability has trumped every other disadvantage.”  Another Marketplace reporter said (again paraphrasing), “I’m sure when gas-powered cars were first introduced some folks were dubious… since most of the oat-feeding stations in our national transportation network did not yet support gasoline pumps.  But that of course changed.”  😉

Here are some other random observations:
– One thing missing from the Supercharger stations – squeegees to clean the windshield of bugs! (+Tesla Motors help us out here!)
– This was my first experience using a Supercharger, and it’s pretty stunning how quickly it pours range back into the car.
– Lots of tumbleweeds blowing across I5.  Really big ones that folks had to brake for.
– Cost of travel for four to LA and back: $0 (thanks +Tesla Motors!) versus approx. $1000 for the flights we wanted.

Details:

Here’s a map of our route: http://goo.gl/maps/wpKpE

Palo Alto -> Harris Ranch Supercharger: 158mi
Harris Ranch Supercharger -> Tejon Ranch: 116mi
Tejon Ranch -> Koreatown (LA): 80mi

Total Distance: 354mi

Note that I actually passed a Supercharger in Gilroy, simply because I didn’t need it.  That was fun.  ;-)Collapse this post

Obama President Obama Hangout on G+ for his second time


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President Barack Obama addresses the House Democratic Caucus Issues Conference in Williamsburg, Virginia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

http://www.codognetreviso.com/2013/02/obama-president-obama-hangout-on-g-now.html

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10:33 PM  –  Public

President +Barack Obama  Hangs out on +Google+  for his second time.
The White House originally shared this post:
Today at 4:50 p.m. ET: President Obama joins a #FiresideHangoutlive from the White House. Learn more and watch live:http://wh.gov/d5zH #SOTU

On Thursday, February 14th at 4:50 p.m. EST, President Obama will sit down with Americans from all across the country for a “Fireside Hangout” – our 21st century take on Franklin D. Roosevelt’s fireside chats. The President will join a live, completely virtual interview from nowhere other than the Roosevelt Room in the White House’s West Wing.

This online event comes just days after the State of the Union address, where the President laid out his plan to create jobs and strengthen the middle class. During the hangout, which is hosted and moderated by Google, the President will connect with people who are active online to discuss the policies and proposals in the speech.

Do you have a question that you’d like President Obama to answer? Right now, you cansubmit a text or video question for the President, and also vote on your favorites. Then, be sure to tune in for the hangout live on Thursday, February 14th at 4:50 p.m. EST. Watch it live on the White House YouTube ChannelGoogle+ page and at WhiteHouse.gov/live.

Thursday’s event with the President is the latest in a series of Fireside Hangouts and White House engagement programs on Google+. Last month, Vice President Biden kicked off the series with a virtual conversation about reducing gun violence. And after President Obama presented his plan to fix our broken immigration system, Cecilia Muñoz, Director of the Domestic Policy Council, joined a Fireside Hangout on the issue.

The White House uses Google+, and other social media networks and online tools, to directly connect President Obama and his Administration directly with the American people. Since our inaugural White House hangout with President Obama after the State of the Union in January 2012, the White House has hosted hangouts about everything fromhealthy families to small business and mortgage refinancing to human trafficking.

More than 1.4 million people have followed the White House since we joined Google+ a little over a year ago — and we’ve invited those followers to join hangouts with senior staff and Cabinet members and come to the White House for special events, like our State of the Union Social and a Google+ photowalkFollow us on Google+ to stay connected to the White House and get the latest updates on how you can engage. You can also check out the White House on TwitterFacebook and Pinterest. Learn more about all the ways you can engage with the White House at WhiteHouse.gov/engage.

Hangout with the first Italian woman to go into the ISS for six months in 2014


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NASA astronaut Robert L. Curbeam, Jr. (left) and European Space Agency astronaut Christer Fuglesang, both STS-116 mission specialists, participate in the mission’s first of three planned sessions of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction resumes on the International Space Station. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

English: ESA Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti from Italy Deutsch: ESA Astronautin Samantha Cristoforetti aus Italien (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hangout with Samantha Cristoforetti (by pio dal cin) I am so excited and proud to announce to have had clearance for an exclusive interview with +Samantha Cristoforetti . I will interview her exclusively on my humble show on +Google+   called +You Are The Star (for FIVE minutes) 

The show was meant to bring “Gplussers”to the open in front of a camera and have a nice peaceful conversation about themselves and their experience both in life and on +Google+  as it was first launched almost two years ago.

First Italian woman astronaut, Samantha Cristoforetti does not like celebrity. She easily escaped the spotlight from the media to resume her training.
 A marathon that will end on 2014 when she will be launched into space to join the ISS (International Space Station) where she will spend a record six months studying Mother Earth and performing various  experiments 

The main training takes place in Houston Texas at the +NASA . Samantha has a great curriculum:
35 years old,  Aeronautic’s captain and over five hundred hours on military airplanes.

She was picked  among thousands of candidates in 2009 by the European Space Agency ESA along with five other astronauts among whom captain Luca Palermitano.

She is training very hard. As the leading engineer on board, she has to know the ISS inside out.

Her dream as a child was to become an astronaut, now that she has finally fullfilled her dream she is ready for the greatest challange of her life.

So, if you are ready to listen to her and what she has to tell about herself and her mission tune in on February 15th at  5 pm (Rome Time) on +YouTube . You’ll be able to see her LIVE and post your questions to her.

Here is the link to my +YouTube  channel  (pio dal cin Youtube channel)

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English: ESA Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti from Italy Deutsch: ESA Astronautin Samantha Cristoforetti aus Italien (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Electoral Vote Explained (video)


Electoral Vote Explained (by pio dal cin) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9H3gvnN468

I never understood how the system worked on the Election in the USA. I looked on Youtube for help and found this very helpful TED video that explains very nicely how the Electoral Vote works in the USA , so I thought I share with those of you, like me who had some doubts about it

Survive an Active Shooter Attack (Youtube Video)


http://www.codognetreviso.com/2012/07/survive-active-shooter-attack-video.html

(by pio dal cin) Thanks Casey McKinnon for sharing this valuable information

In this video you’ll find important information on how to survive the attack of an active shooter wether you are at the office, at the mall, or at any other public place. The events of Aurora Colorado has taught us that with all the aasault weapons that are sold every year in the USA, there is  a possibility that you may find yourself to face an event like this . If so, you’ll have three options :RUN, HIDE, FIGHT.

This well crafted Youtube video I found on the “What’s Hot” list on Google plus thanks to Casey McKinnon     Gives a few examples on how you can react to such an event and save your and other people’s lives. Thanks     Casey McKinnon for sharing this great video

Where good ideas come from (video)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NugRZGDbPFU&feature=player_embedded#at=42      Where good ideas come from (video)

 

 

Google Plus Song on You Tube (I’m a G+)


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5XKWiGcw3k

 

Google Plus Song on You Tube (I’m a G+)

Kittens Sleeping like Angels (video)


My cat Saetta just delivered four beautiful kittens on July the First. On the same day as my daughter’s birthay. Saetta was a gift for my wife’s last year birthday. A beautibul coincidence. Watch the small cute little kittens sleeping together as angels