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Jonas’ Panono Ball Camera

“Jonas Pfeil’s Panono Panoramic Ball Camera marks yet another snapshot milestone leaving our flat border-bound world behind.  As Pfeil notes it ‘…captures everything in every direction with an amazing 72 megapixel, 360° X 360°  full-spherical panorama of images’. “ Think 360° X 360° –  Your world is round and so can the next picture you […]

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Peer Barber-Meyer

Peer Barber-Meyer –  Turning One‘s English into a Second Nature Peer‘s confident smile with a not far behind friendly humor is part of his English as a second nature.  He is, after all,  one of some 40,000 working worldwide for the UK megapublisher Pearson PLC. Peer represents Pearson‘s English Division for schools, higher institutions of […]

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Discover Banjo & Elfe

Berlin Discoveries

Discover Banjo & Elfe! Discovering Berlin, its talented up and coming artists and featuring them through social networks has become a passion for the duo who call themselves Banjo & Elfe! On top of their day jobs both bring international experience and service to their Berlin Blog of 8 months “Fundstücke aus der Mutterstadt” – […]

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Speaking a Language Without Borders

Dagmar Wankowski speaks to many in a language without borders.  What she does works for her.  It earns her a living and continues to give her a sense of pride and personal joy.  It  fuels her passion. Watching Others At exhibitions of her work, she is still surprised by visitors‘ reactions.  Smiles, focused concentration,  sharing […]

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Putting Your English to Work for You

Leveraging Your English for Fun and Profit. Some people standout.  Take Maja Benke.  She got the idea of writing a travel blog while waitressing in a Portsmouth Café.  But that is getting ahead of the story.   Early on when studying landscape architecture she also began travelling on her own a lot. It’s become a passion. […]

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An Offer Hard to Refuse

quizlet website

Can You Refuse the Quizlet Offer?  Let me know. Imagine 6 different ways to continue learning and remember what you learn.  Quizlet came with one of my own classroom exercises.  It is amazing.  And landing on Quizlet’s Home Page is a treat.  It is a live map of white dots of what and where people […]

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The Verbling Alternative

Clearly at this point, Verbling may not put language schools out of business but they are the digital handwriting on the wall. Verbling offers something many learners in at least 11 different languages should consider using, the opportunity to speak. All classes at Verbling are entirely free points out Co-founder Mikael Bernstein. Speaking with another […]

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Jonas’ Panono Ball Camera

“Jonas Pfeil’s Panono Panoramic Ball Camera marks yet another snapshot milestone leaving our flat border-bound world behind.  As Pfeil notes […]

Peer Barber-Meyer

Peer Barber-Meyer –  Turning One‘s English into a Second Nature Peer‘s confident smile with a not far behind friendly humor […]

Discover Banjo & Elfe

Berlin Discoveries

Discover Banjo & Elfe! Discovering Berlin, its talented up and coming artists and featuring them through social networks has become […]

Speaking a Language Without Borders

Dagmar Wankowski speaks to many in a language without borders.  What she does works for her.  It earns her a […]

Timed-Reading: The Need For Speed

For many seeking test preparation a major concern is knowing how to increase their reading speed.  It is quickly followed with […]

Putting Your English to Work for You

Leveraging Your English for Fun and Profit. Some people standout.  Take Maja Benke.  She got the idea of writing a […]