This has been bubbling up around the web a couple of places, both in pictures and as text. I think this is really important, which is why I’m sharing it here. Sexism is bad and feminists are not whiny bitches, okay?
There is still a lot of things off with our society when it comes to genders and their stereotypes.
Keeping up with long term involvements, fast paced shorter situations can be a challenge. If you love challenges, you are probably going to chase a constant overload or high stress situations.
If you’re like the rest of us, or just not a workaholic you might find some of this stuff actually disturbing. Currently I have been thinking about work/work/life balance and a conclusion is still a little further away.
There is a right kind of pain I think. For me it’s mostly muscle ache and fatigue after having done something! Tonight I’m sitting in front of my keyboard again after a long day of shooting video and photo on one of our photo events.
Yesterday I was at two very different parties. I enjoyed both of them and I got some nice shots for my collection
First: The Christmas dinner at my dayjob. Everything was relaxed, great conversation, no music. We didn’t go out, but we just sat where we usually have lunch with our students. Continue reading Two very different parties
NFC stickers and chips are the new QR codes and offer some ease of use, if you know how to harness their power Where the user otherwise would have to type a long URL, we can make use of NFC enabled smartphones to just bump into the sticker to take them to a website or a check-in.
Shops and restaurants benefit through social media and especially through the ones like Foursquare or Facebook Places. Let’s have a look at how we can make the user check into our place with an NFC chip. All you need is:
The lucky guy I am, I got to work a place that cares about educating their employees. It’s not one or two or a couple that get sent to a conference that is relevant for them, it’s all of us, so a week in November I got to attend Skivekonferencen about autism, mostly in the educational sector.