Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Technology meets Education : Possibilities Episode 28

Education in Africa, and particularly rural Africa is of crucial importance. We talk to Mark Bennett from iSchool, which is based in Lusaka, Zambia, about e-learning and the benefits that are possible.

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Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Can you change the world with a ball of Yarn? : Lets Talk Possibility Episode 40

Stacey Rozen, Founder and Director of Story Scarves shares how young women express themselves and communicate their stories, while building a global movement. How much can you change the world with a ball of Yarn?

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What is the Social Impact of Yarn Bombing? : Possibilities Episode 27

Flash mobs have taken the world by storm. But what if a social movement could have a positive impact? Yarn bombing could just be that social movement. Improving bland social spaces and creating a meaningful and colorful contribution, all with the simple beginnings of yarn. On the show, we talk to Stacey Rozen, professional yarn bomber, as we discuss what yarn bombing is and the positive global impact it is having.

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Friday, 13 July 2012

The Characteristics of True Entrepreneurs : Lets Talk Possibility Episode 39

Denvor Phokaners is the CEO of Enterprise Development Essentials and believes that true entrepreneurs have a rhythm similar to dancers. Although you can teach a dancer the steps, dancing's true meaning lies in the rhythm. He talks to us about the characteristics of true entrepreneurship.

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What are the costs of Entrepreneurship? : Possibilities Episode 26

Do you want to be an entrepreneur? If so, listen to what Denvor Phokaners has to say are the costs of being an entrepreneur, and see if you really have what it takes.

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Friday, 6 July 2012

Lust and Revolution in the Oil Sands : Lets Talk Possibility Episode 38

The oil sands of Alberta, Canada is a controversial issue, with divergent views. "5000 Dead Ducks" is a novel co-authored by Lori Shyba, which represents an alternative way of addressing an issue like this.

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Ancient Archaeological Discoveries and Contemporary Crop Circles? : Possibilities Episode 25

We talk to Lori Shyba about an exciting new archaeological find and crop circles in the dust. Is there a link between the past and extra-terrestrial life...?

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