Archive | March 5, 2012

Vote for “My Asian Americana” in a White House Video Challenge

*Reposted from WITNESS’ Video for Change Blog By Guest Blogger | February 29th, 2012 By Christopher Rogy Did you know the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders is calling for video submissions? The aim is to explore stories from people who impact their communities through dreams, experiences and dedication. And did you know that under the Obama Administration, the number of deported […]

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Tracking The Vision In Our Mind

Cross-posted with some revisions at mrliterati.com I remember when I was a kid how I would flip through the first few pages of the books in the library, in search of a map. There’s something special when children’s literature uses maps to tell you where the story happens, whether it’s a fantasy, or in some real place. […]

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Travel, maps, DIY, mopeds

Mopeds are 50cc motorbikes that have pedals, and are usually about 30 years old. A few friends in Michigan found some and started riding them around, decided they were really fun, and the idea spread. Now the community of moped restoration is nation wide, organized, and highly networked. The online community is called Moped Army, […]

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NSA Mobility Capability Package

Having Nitin’s recent email about Leo Burd’s VoIP Drupal webinar in mind, I want to share something that I encountered via Twitter. At the following link, one can find the National Security Agency document Mobility Capability Package which “defines the first phase of the Enterprise Mobility Architecture and focuses on the architectural components of providing […]

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