Second Review: Blogging

A -Girls-Business is on the halfway of the learning process: technology and people. Four weeks passed fast and each of us wrote 4 new Posts. The new tasks are completed and we believe our work is accounted for as a team – so the individual performance is just part of the overall team performance

Today we would like to summarize what we have learnt for that time, what else is left to be done.

Starting with the goals of the previous review, firstly, we set up personal blogger profiles with photos and short presentation who we are. We made sure that each of us assign posts to a category and add tags. Due to that it is easier to track the most popular topics we are talking about on the website. As before, our posts are rich with diverse themes, the only thing that has changed is that now they are all connected to IT world. Our team makes a good step here and each of the girls developed unique style of writing.

By checking the last posts and doing this review, I must say that we did learn new techniques of writing. First of all, we are discussing only the topics we are interested in, because this the only way to give strong arguments and convince a reader with the importance of the process.

Secondly,  we keep asking! Asking a) ourselves b) what others write c) readers . We  search and compare, we are trying to lead a conversation by posting different opinions on a problem and finding a decision for it. In the moment we are improving  the leading of a conversation and out next goal is to say bye-bye to any fear of technology.

SIX  interesting  facts  about  A- Girls-Business:

1. The most popular topics were dedicated to virtual revolution: Virtual Reality. The reality that could be seen as a second life for marketing. The virtual reality of the maps and roads: what they hide and reveal. What augmented reality stands for and what is the future of it.

2. The best heading: Sticky as Lip-gloss

3. Humane video ever:

4. Girls do not stand aside! Sign for GeoCaching and Volunteer program.

5. The most readable post on these weeks: Police 2.0 – How Police uses Social Networks. Great Job!

6. Make a pause and check this amazing web-site: empireonline.com

Fat Tax. Seriously ??

Arizona. Almost a quarter of the residents are categorized as obese. 50 $. Fine. Arizona. And you are not lucky if you are fat.

Was the implementation of fat tax fair?

Frankly speaking, I haven’t heard about this tax before today. I was reading some news and came across an article about Fat Tax in Arizona, which caught my attention immediately. Under Health program a fee was imposed in Arizona for those people who smoke, have diabetes, overweight and do not follow a doctor’s recommendation.                                                                                                                            The new law increased the cigarette tax as well.

Such approach should reduce the number of smokers and change the unhealthy lifestyle, as well as contribute doctors to talk to their patients about the particular reasons of obesity they have.

But these are not the all intentions. And may be … Continue reading

“A Rose in the Desert” or just a simple part of that Desert?

Hey, guys!Following Dr. B advice, I am going to write about the secondary interests’ area: politics and IT. I feel like to share something what I found interesting and unspoken. Hope you will not waste your time reading this post)

“A Rose in the Desert” or just a simple part of that Desert?

VOGUE. Who has ever hold this magazine in hands? Most of Girls?
What if you want to read articles issued 2 or more months ago? You’d probably go to library or ‘d never read it.

VOGUE. Who has ever open the web – site? I did it today.

The magazine, which is mainly oriented to Fashion and Lifestyle, praises today Asma al-Assad, a wife of Syria’s President, calling her “A Rose in the Desert”   …..  really? Continue reading