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Arts & Culture, Communication Design
First Entry upon joining this Network :)
Made a poster for UNESCO's International Mother Language Day
With "language" up in my mind I decided to draw up a pair of lips. Yeah, that literal. Nevertheless, I do believe it fairly brings up the message.
The actual entry is just the pair of lips and a few languages written in the background. But as the competition brief requests, I made this A3-dimensioned-poster size to replicate how I would use it in poster mode.
No better way to promote one's language by speaking it. Live out loud and be proud of your native tongue.
Posted January 13, 2009
I dont know what you are going through so i wont pretend i understand.what i understand is that you will need a friend to be there for you.If you need your space i will go---------- for you are not ready for a friend to lean on .But when you do i wil rush to you with my shoulders for you to cry on.I will try not to say things will be okay but take your hands and pray.Dear jesus help my friend you alone can we depend.
Posted January 12, 2009
I have just discovered, thanks to Nicolas Gros, a very powerful document available for free on the Internet. It is a collective ebook inspired by Seth Godin's book Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us.
You can download it here
In a very efficient format, the ebook answers simple but critical questions about tribes: how they start, develop, evolve, change. It's also about the leadership dimension in a tribe, and other key drivers like transparency, engagement, technology, inclusiveness, influence...
What is a tribe? In TheValueWeb, we usually tend to use the word Community, but it doesn't work so well when you're talking about a group of people with "sustained interactivity" and a “larger purpose” that allows members to transcend their own personal interests and issues."
It reminds me the 2 sessions about Tribes we organized in Davos and Egypt with Dan Shapiro (Harvard International Negotiation Initiative), for the World Economic Forum meetings. They showed how leadership and emotions are connected in a deep, intimate, constructive but sometimes dangerous way.
Here, the list of questions first seem more about operational and rational aspects, but when you read answers, it raises so many emotional issues. Just by reading, you recall past experiences within Tribes you have belonged to, and you start feeling the emotions related to those experiences....
Posted January 12, 2009
By Gregoire Serikoff
Arts & Culture, Environmental Design
Material in natural states
'Mining' and usable forms
Uses and gratifications
Replenishment and applications as growth
Innovations in materials and processes
A Resource Base Perspective
Posted January 10, 2009