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April 2014

Follow-up: Prof. Dr. Virgiliu Gheorghe – “Drumul către familie… Abstinență sau concubinaj?” (2014.04.28, Parohia “Sf. Cuv. Antonie cel Mare”, Titan) – seară duhovnicească

Luni – 28.04.2014, în parohia “Sf. Cuv. Antonie cel Mare” din cartierul bucurestean Titan, str. Jean Steriadi nr. 19/A, sector 3, București, a avut loc seara duhovnicească cu Prof. Dr. Virgiliu Gheorghe, autor al cărților “Pornografia, maladia secolului XXI”, “Știința și războiul sfârșitului de civilizație”, “Revrăjirea lumii”, “Efectele televiziunii asupra minții umane”, “Efectele micului ecran asupra minții copilului”, redactor la Revista “Familia Ortodoxă”, care a vorbit despre “Drumul către familie… Abstinență sau concubinaj?”.

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Mai jos, foto + video de la eveniment.

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Follow-up: GoodWine (RomExpo, 2014.04.26)

În perioada 25-27 aprilie 2014 a avut loc la RomExpo târgul internațional de vinuri GoodWine.

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Mai jos, fotografii + un video de la eveniment.

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Fântână arteziană la Constantin Brâncoveanu, culori schimbătoare (2014.04.28)

În data de 28 aprilie am înregistrat cadrele de mai jos.

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Prezentare: SEO – Olivian Breda (Onlined, 2014.04.28)

În data de 28 aprilie 2014, am susținut pentru onlined.ro – școală gratuită de marketing digital (Facebook) prezentarea de mai jos, la sediul CROS.

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Mai jos, foto + video + prezentarea PowerPoint.

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Follow-up: Poze din Năvodari (2014.04.21)

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Dacă erați curioși să aveți câteva instantanee din orașul meu de baștină. :)

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Follow-up: Afilierea Home Deco – întalnire 2Parale (2014.04.10, Lugera Café)

În data de 10 aprilie 2014 a avut loc la Lugera Café întalnirea 2Parale pe tema “Afilierea Home Deco“.

Au vorbit:

  • Dorin Boerescu, CEO 2Parale, a deschis intalnirea cu cifre in premiera despre obiceiurile de cumparare online in cazul produselor Home Deco.
  • Andrei Radu, fondator si CEO al Galei Premiilor eCommerce (GPeC) a condus dezbaterea dedicata conversiilor din Home Deco, avandu-i alaturi pe Diana Chivu (4interior), Mihai Petroff (3 Suisses) si afiliatii  Alina Simion (InternetCorp) si Tudor Boatca.

Temele întâlnirii:

  • Cum castigi comisioane din afilierea Home Deco
  • Cum se cumpara produsele Home Deco – prezentare 2Parale.
    • evolutia vanzarilor din segment,
    • obiceiuri de cumparare online,
  • Afiliere si conversii in Home Deco – dezbatere advertiseri si afiliati 2Parale.
    • ce se cumpara,
    • metode de promovare eficiente,
    • ce vor afiliatii,
    • cum se implica advertiserii,
    • optimizare programe de afiliere.

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Mai jos, foto + video de la întâlnire + prezentarea lui Dorin Borescu.

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Despre corectare ortografică și diacritice

Bună,

Vorbesc în clipul de mai jos despre următoarele lucruri:

  • Cum verificați ortografic în mod automat un text în română, engleză (sau orice altă limbă)?
  • Cum să adaugați diacritice unui text?
  • Apoi, cum scăpați de ele foarte rapid (cum le eliminați rapid)?

Legături de care vorbesc în clip:

Notă: de văzut și: https://olivian.ro/verificare-ortografica-automata/

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PS, 2017.12.27: De văzut: http://diacritice.ai/

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) is a movie about freedom

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) is more about freedom than anything else. Most of the times (a huge amount of the time), that freedom is used for evil. There’s this joke:

Ninety percent of my salary I spent on booze and women … and the other ten percent I wasted
– Tug McGraw

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Who am I?

I will answer this question with various thoughts about it.

  • It is irrelevant for most people. If you are close to me, you might be interested in what’s behind my behavior, but for most people the behavior alone should suffice.
  • It is a little arrogant to consider people would really want to know the answer to this.
  • Most answers to “Who am I?” come not from self-analysis, but from comparison. I compare myself to others, and give a result. Thus, it is more efficient to focus on getting new experiences & a bigger network, rather than trying hard to focus on myself. “Stereotyping becomes mathematically more dangerous the more people you meet.” (Rand Fishkin – 24 Things I Know Now That I Wish I Knew Then – Rand’s Blog
  • In Groundhog Day (1993) – IMDb the main character, played by Bill Murray, is at first both despising pretty much everyone and mimicking he is a nice person. Love transforms him and he changes all his behavior accordingly. One friend recently told me I mean a lot to him. The thought scared me, and I didn’t have an equivalent reply to him. My life is pretty much into despising everyone. The rare exceptions of people I don’t despise is not due to the fact that they have no faults, but rather that I tend to blind myself, and ignore everything else but their single trait/quality/deed which makes them important to me. What do I ask of someone in order to like that person? The impossible made possible.
  • Bogdan Naumovici once said at a conference, talking to some students: “You’ll become meaner” (referring to the fact that in Faculty students are kind & gentle, but as they work into their careers, they tend to become meaner). I think I am in that position. It has the big advantage of being more realistic, and the big disadvantage of losing innocence. Gabriel Liiceanu once said that only stupid people are happy. While this might not be necessarily true (smart leads to negativity, but negativity might actually lead more into happiness than positivity, see the previous link), there is at least some truth in this.

Two motivating persons in my life

I once had a Sony camera. Time passed, I had a new one. I was very proud with the photos I took. I show them to a friend. He was very critical. Not sharp enough, not enough contrast, poor quality photos. I rejected his comments, and was very puzzled to know that he found my photos to be of poor quality. Years passed, I remained with his critique in my mind. Now, many years after the critique, I agree with him. Most photos I have taken at that time were of poor quality. And I’m not even a real photographer.

Another story: I did a web site for a relative of mine. I worked for two days at that web site, I made videos. I was impressed with the result. At the end, I wanted to just go home and have this job considered to be done. The person insisted I stay one more day and work at the web site. I was puzzled. The web site was done, I had worked at it quite a while, and that person considered the web site incomplete. Reluctantly, I stayed one more day. Boy, was I happy to do so. In that day I solved lots of minor imperfections. In the end, the web site proved to be one of the best I had made. The improvement wasn’t from 20 to 90%, but it was from 80 to 90%. And it felt good. Had I stayed a few more days, it would have been even better. You see, the Pareto rule states that 80% of the results are done with 20% of the effort. It may seem obvious to just do the 20%. Unfortunately, I don’t think this is a good strategy. Those remaining 20% may mean the difference between a successful and a failed project.

Both persons motivated me with critique.