Happy New Year to all of you. May 2007 brings you peace, joy and success in all your endeavors!
Christelle & Lydie
Source images: BBC website
As I wander around the world, I see myself lost in my thoughts while looking at the sunset on Mount Cameroon.The view is simply stunning and the memory to be cherished forever.
Life is a wonderful journey. One must go through each day as if she was hiking : it is a mix of enjoying the sight and what life has to offer and effort to make it to the top.
As for the different meaning of each day, please read below:
"Forget poverty, AIDS, TB, malaria and corruption and lets focus on making Africa stinking rich. Keep you charity money, we don't need a handout. But we do need your time and creative business ideas.
You want to help Africa - get personally involved. Advise on our business plans, open your markets, make it easier for us to contribute. Don't give us money because you feel sorry for us. Help us find things that we can sell to you and so make loads of our own money.
Handouts and charity are keeping the problems alive. Why would we stop begging if you keep on giving?"
Exemples en ROUGE qui marchent: le motorola Razr rouge pour combattre le SIDA, la tuberculose et le paludisme. Gracelda en a fait l'acquisition récemment, je dois avouer que le look est furieusement cool. :)
En photo Oprah et Bono écoutant une chanson pour la bonne cause.
Source image: CherryFlava
A: All of the above. The title "evangelist" doesn't quite capture that whole range of activities, but these are the things I do, and plan to continue doing.
Q: Will you become Microsoft's next Robert Scoble?
A: The way I see it, Robert played a key role in a grand experiment to make Microsoft's development processes more transparent. Channels 9 and 10, and the hundreds of Microsoft blogs throughout the organization, are evidence that the experiment is succeeding.
I've proposed a different experiment. I'll continue to be a channel for alpha geeks. But I also want to become a channel for a whole lot of civilians in the mainstream. And above all, I want to build bridges between these two groups."