The future has began with the digital technology age today. From video-cams, landlines, instant messaging and reading, the internet has transformed a new way of life.
With online virtual communities and social networking, one does not need to travel thousands of miles to meet and learn about society and culture.
Expressing emotions and ideas are ways to create a real sense of healing especially when humans go through difficult times in their lives. Understanding human ordeals is hard especially if we have never experienced the same hardships and situations.
It is no longer assumptions towards realities and analyzing trends but listening to people. On the other end, the listener has to have the compassion and sentiment to elicit a more positibe attitude.
This is not just about the business aspects of creating niche but also sharing personal experiences over life. The key is simply accepting what is present and then move on towards a new beginning. This is the real message depicted on the ideology behind why we have constantly promoted the online virtual community.
The popularity of Affordable Books had gone wild lately expanding to Affordable Shirts. In today’s economic disgust affordability seems to be the name of the game.
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A few weeks before the inauguration of the 44th President Barack Obama of the United States change has been the epitome
yet online technology and the way economics run might finally be the real way out of the financial crisis so deep globally
nowadays. With the Feds infusing money into the system the traditional way, people are stagerring to sell their checrished
possessions online just to survive. Maybe, what is needed is more involvement of the home based brick and mortar powered
small businesses who knows how to survive a dollar or a penny a day without cash flow.
Rev. Cecil Williams of Glide UMC in San Francisco announced the march that today starts from San Jose’s Freont Train and Bart goes to Port Townsend and ends at the Civic Center for celebrations.
A lot of us were babies or even not yet born when 1968 came for Dr. King’s assasination.
But, sometimes I just reflect on the different discriminations that I still encounter in daily life either disability, income, being Asian/Latino American, gender, etc.., If I am still going through such an ordeal can you just imagine if MLK did not fight for diversity. What kind of world would it had been today.
Luckily, among my circle of friends, I have a United Nations of individuals. Thank God for Dr. King and for democracy.