Welcome to the virtual museum and top pop gala of leading human knowledge. To me TED is the cloud gifted program, along with Coursera. Contact me via LinkedIn if you feel that you have an online and international position for me: http://hu.linkedin.com/in/reginasaphier
I am a creative writer, a live TED conference blogger, and lately a Coursera user experience blogger (enjoyed the Gamification course). I am writing all sorts of things: closet play, poem, novella, blog, grant, case study, article, fable, essay, translation, in English and Hungarian, about anything (economy, gray matter, leaders, gender, being civil, emotions, films, memories, humans or science). I graduated from Columbia University Teachers College in 2002, and later worked for the Center for Talented Youth of Johns Hopkins University in the US. I am the founder of Project Retour, an experimental NGO program (the outcome: unfortunately Hungary's economy, society and job market is NOT ready for its returning young professionals, therefore I closed the project). Today I am living the indirect leader's recluse and serene life. My blogs are luckily increasingly popular.
introspecting, listening, speaking, writing, mentoring, learning, writing live conference blogs about TED Long Beach & TED Global... and about Coursera.
"Vitamin" D can protect you from many illnesses, if your blood level is maintained by sufficient "vitamin" D intake from the sun, and foods or supplements, because the D hormone (!) cycle is an important component of the human immune system. Optimum and safe range according to the literature: 100 - 150 nmol/L or 40 - 60 ng/mL. "Vitamin" D might be toxic if over 10 000 international units per day are taken for months. Above 32 N latitude, you should spend at least 15 minutes under the sun at 11:00 am (several times a week), to produce over 10 000 IU "vitamin" D each time, from March to October, on sunny days. But no more per day! No sunscreen! Read more on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/keepupthegoodD/
the live TED conferences, Coursera, mild Asperger's or not being neuro typical.
telling you where the International Space Station is right now. Also, I am good at living a really simple life.
I have been watching TED for years. My first TED video was Sir Ken Robinson's talk. I loved the TED2010 Conference in Long Beach, California online, live & for free as an "Associate-Stream Member". I felt appreciated as a volunteer TED translator and reviewer and I have become a TED live conference blogger. TED is a surface that provides challenging, fun, often even dramatic educational materials that I am able to share with my friends via Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Skype. I am educating my nation via my TED blog and my translations. I contributed as a reviewer in three languages. After I encountered Coursera during a TED conference, I started focusing on the MOOC phenomenon and mainly Coursera, because this is what I have been waiting for since I graduated from TC Columbia University.
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