Sunday, September 28, 2008

Happy talkie, talkie ... Visual Talking

"What the heck are you saying?" Ever heard that before? Maybe Visual Talking can help. It's like the Twitter of PowerPoint presentations. Combine words and pictures to communicate -- it's that simple.

In your user question please consider asking something about a current event and how/if VT would apply, e.g., "Should the Olympic athletes use VT to help communicate?" or "Now that Britney has her bod back, should we send her VT messages to get her to quit smoking?" or "Should Homeland security include VT as part of their interagency communications package?"

Happy Birthday Tita!

Your birthday only comes around once a year so let's make today a day to remember.

Wishing you all the best on your speacial day.

Today is a gift of life, today it's your bithday.

Lot's of people are thinking of you on your birthday; I just wanted to let you know I'm one of them. Have a wonderful day!

May the best of your past be the worst of your future.


Talk it up!

We wave our arms, we inflect our tone, we reach out, we open our eyes, we lean in ... we do a lot of things to get our message across ... and then when we send a text message we abbreviate -- "OMG PAW KYFC" ... does our real message, our real intent, really get across to our online friends?

They, (whomever 'They' are) say that a picture speaks a thousand words ... hmmmm, maybe if we could combine text and pics, our messages would be more complete ... and a lot more fun.

Is that what a movie producer does, takes a text message and adds pics? How often have you read a book, then seen a movie and come out of the movie saying "that's exactly what the author meant" ... or "not exactly" ... the written word is powerful in the hands of powerful writers, but even that is left open to our interpretation.


This BLOG is made specially to my lovely daughters. I want to tell the world how lucky I am having them in my life. This is a diary of a mother who raise her daughters without a father's love. I am thankful and lucky to have a family who have been very supportive and very understanding. I am a proud mommy of two, a single parent, a daughter and a sister to my siblings. Life goes on no matter what happen. More post and news here once I finish updating and uploading this and that in my daughters blog. Ciao!

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