Very kind of you to show your concern. It helps me a lot!!! I mean really!!!
I am not in the mood of taking ACT8 yet!!! And I played with the content of ACT9 already also patly for not being able to upload pictures from my mobile phone yet. I am shy in asking help from friends. But I have contacted one of my friends already, who knows yet little about this, but who is very good in software anyhow.
I cannot upload pictures. I can make them with my mobile phone. The software on my computer does not work for taking the pictures out of my mobile phone. Plus: I have started to review all of my previous activities in a schedule up to May 10 in order to improve their quality a little bit.
It takes some time for me to get psychologically adjusted to this open space environment. Plus: It doesn't seem to be a copyFREE environment; and even if it was, ... ... ; I am still to find out all the platforms within this game and the publicly accessability of all of it. Just the idea. I'll just have to read your blogposts to learn about your ideas about poverty alleviation.
Hi Pradip. Thanks for your comments - I've decided that a compromise is much better! Leisurely approach it is! :o) I'm not doing an Evokation, but I'm eager to help you in any way that I can - if you are doing one! you have great energy and real passion for the things that really matter - I've noticed that you don't get caught up in the politics, you just keep on trucking with the game - big respect to you, Pradip. Take Care...:o)
Thank you for the blog, and comment, Pradip!! It is always very pleasant to open the inbox and see comments from others--and to learn from their perspective on blog exchanges... I look forward to your insights on my next postings as well!
Hello Pradip. Before submitting a blog, I've been gathering information about food sovereignty, and attempting to establish the full facts and implications before I have an opinion. You are extremely knowledgable and I'd appreciate your input into it.I've informed myself about the 'globalisation' of agriculture and also, the turning away from globalisation in preference to more independant national and home-based strategies. What are your views on Food Sovereignty?
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The exchange works directly for state and public workers and servants. It gives them credit in exchange for the amount of public work they contribute to the community. The more constructive they are based off a base rate the more credit they recieve.