Monthly Archives: February 2007

Back!

IMG_1233 Originally uploaded by mobile2rhymo. So…holiday is over.. Yearly maintenance has been done. Tommorow I start fueling the engine again.. This is Afghanistan bytheway…

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Barack Obama’s Social Network

The newly announced and fresh looking presidential candidate Barack Obama has launched a Social Network called http://www.my.barackobama.com. Very interesting to see his approach on truely involving the community in his campaign. See below a post from the blog of Barack … Continue reading

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Linkle: Social Sewing Cafe

Founded by 29 year old Linda Eilers, Linkle is the first dedicated sewing cafe we’ve come across. Knitting clubs have spread like wildfire over the past few years, with men and women gathering in pubs to stitch, bitch and get … Continue reading

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Nokia to arrange distribution for Scanbuy

Kate Berg from Scanbuy was so kind as to point me out on the fact that Scanbuy and Nokia have joined hands. Here an excerpt from the press release:  New York, NY, February 7 2007- Scanbuy, Inc., (www.scanbuy.com) a global … Continue reading

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Contribution to The Transition

I launched this blog January 1st this year. Some conclusions and outlooks.. From GROWTH to CONTRIBUTION has had the most impact on people. This philosophy that makes companies change their objective of running a business results in feedback, enthousiasm, recognition and creativity. Fertile … Continue reading

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Bells..

Just two pictures I took at Doi Suthep of bells..

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Healing Family Foundation

Couple of days ago we visited the Healing Family Foundation here in Chiang Mai. They offer people with disabilities the opportunity to learn, create and CONTRIBUTE. “How do we live a meaningful life?” This is a question for everyone, particularly … Continue reading

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Observations..

From Chiang Mai Thailand just a small note.. Fascinating to see how distribution of goods is structured in Thailand. It is much more democratized than in the Netherlands. Soo many “outlets” so many local distribution points of local needed goods. … Continue reading

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