The simultaneous happenings in the real world and streaming events online is a learning path for cyber-physical realities. Gradually, the access to networks and connectivity is bringing the essential human relationships within the context and presenting through relevant content. While UN is thriving to give a legal framework for digital rights, Internet Society has a campaign of conferences (Milton on fragmentation) in a row to consolidate #TheNext25, individuals walk through puzzles of network best practice and do the best to match an appropriate behaviour.
Talking about the global trends through simple daily examples is of great help to all participating on the web.
I was part of a unique anniversary this weekend, English High School graduates celebrating many years from graduation day. Even if I don’t mention the years that have gone, the 4 classmates who lost their life, any nature of unfortunate struggles each of us has gone through and still struggling, it is the unique personality in a complete whole with the group, in mind and soul that hasn’t change along the way. That is a dynamic momentum.
Here are hints how to be wise with streaming events:
- Learn to implement digital tactics while in a flow with Google Plus.
- Stay secure with private data and communicate in private with the standard phone and messaging
- Stream in public in brief and keep up with quality
- Listen to acknowledges experts in digital communication
Communication Edges On Streaming Events
The 25 years of internet have just touched communication. It is not what companies regulate, but the public networking space. It’s about personal and professional responsibilities and roles individuals choose to contribute with in collaboration with like minded people. Google is running a campaign #BeInternetAwesome that is helping understand connectivity and behaviour.
English High School User case
Be awesome as English High School graduates have been and continue to be, advocates of thought leadership! We are a unique group of English High School graduates who lived on the edges of opposed systems and society transformation. As a user case to essential communication on streaming events, the English High School graduates have responded to evidence the power of communication edges.
In our teen years we learned to make difference, to understand deeply the nuances of talent, power, freedom, creativity further than words say, eyes see and ears hear. Quite often the opportunity to express ourselves directly was in our imagination only.
How did this uniqueness of the English High School graduate group support you along your carrier?
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