So on Wednesday afternoon there was a small storm with some rain, thunder, and lightening. It was not a lot, but it was enough to wipe out the power for over a day. 228 more words
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This is the fourth post in our 5-part mini-series summarising the Public Affairs and Community Engagement (PACE) Panel event we held on 11thMarch 2015. Other posts in the series can be viewed by clicking on the ‘PACE Event’ tag at the bottom of this post.
Governments of developing countries have recognized that connecting to the networked economy is now possible. This has created the borderless society.
The borderless society offers the ability of free movement of goods services, capital and information. 364 more words
I’m so happy with this now, it’s rare that I make something exactly like how I visualise it but sometimes you get lucky. I want to continue with this, but I see it more as part of an installation than on its own.I want to surround it by ceramic glossy featureless rats to highlight the idea of wealth and status symbols being something to aspire to for many in the developing world. 72 more words
I recently got back from trekking to Everest Basecamp in Nepal. Thinking about it is surreal. My overall experience was very positive. I loved being outside and active every day, even when it was snowing and breathing became more difficult and I especially loved the break from the confines of my office. 727 more words
People should be given the opportunity to travel without worrying about the financial burden of it. I believe that there should be a reliable and safe free public transportation system for developing countries. 368 more words