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WK Onder Werk

It’s almost time for the World Cup 2010 in South Africa. Of course this year we will be the Winner of this tournament and as usual we will cheer our National Team. But there is one problem…The first game will be Monday 13.30! Oops…I have to work, but I want to see the game!!! Not everyone is able to take a day off. Luckily there are enough employers arrange big screens to watch the game. These employers realize the will create extra loyalty from the employees.

Unfortunately there are also some employers doesn’t do anything at all and this UNACCEPTABLE! Because of this “WK Onder Werk” have start a website. The purpose of this website is to convince all the employers to accept that employees can watch the World Cup game!

Please visit WK Onder Werk and help everyone who wants to see the World Cup!

Posted 7 years, 3 months ago.

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Heineken Pletterpet – World Cup gadget

Heineken chooses again for a hat as World Cup gadget. This time it’s the “Pletterpet“.

Short after the launch the Germans make their own variant of the “Pletterflet“. Watch en enjoy!

Posted 7 years, 4 months ago.

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Will Zynga take FarmVille off Facebook?

Update: “Facebook and Zynga has signed a contract for 5 years”.

Zynga, the founder of FarmVille wants to terminate the contract with Facebook. FarmVille has 82 million users, but Zynga says that Facebook is charging to much for each transaction.

Facebook wants a long term agree with Zynga for FarmVille. During negotiation Facebook punish Zynga, such as shutting off notifications for FarmVille and other games, and Facebook has threatened, say multiple sources, to simply shut some of Zynga’s games down permanently. But the frustration come from the Facebook credits. Facebook credits is the only payment that Zynga and other application can use. Facebook takes a massive fee – 30% – for Credits, and the big publishers like Zynga see it as little more than a protection racket.

Zynga has already taken steps to distance itself from Facebook in the event of a breakup, such as launching FarmVille at Farmville.com. And they have been extra aggressive about trying to get users’ email addresses so that they can communicate with them off of Facebook.
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Posted 7 years, 4 months ago.

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Dutch Telegraph calls Ruben

A young Dutch boy who was the only survivor of the Libyan plane crash in which 103 people died had been returning from a safari holiday with his parents and brother. Rescuers found the 9 year old Ruben Van Assouw still strapped in his seat and breathing in an area of desert sand strewn with the plane’s debris.

The Dutch Foreign Ministry asked all the media and people to gaurd the boy’s and the familiy privacy. But somehow the Dutch newspaper (Telegraaf) managed to contact him trough a phone call to one of the hospital staff. The newspaper published the whole story on their website. Short after the publication there was a huge discussion about the publicity of Telegraph. Have the Telegraph cross the privacy line? In my opinion they do. What were they thinking? Just let Ruben heal from his injuries and his emotional feelings. He is already suffering a lot. Not only the Telegraph have cross the line, but also the hospital staff make a big mistake. Continue Reading…

Posted 7 years, 4 months ago.

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Innovative Apartment in Hong Kong

What will you do where space is a luxury? Gary Chang, a talented architect from Hong Kong, have turned his incredible 344 square foot apartment into a futuristic sliding wall system that creates up to 24 different room combinations.


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Posted 7 years, 4 months ago.

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Aggression on the streets

Would you interfere if you see aggression on the street?

More often we see people with a public task have to deal with intimidation, aggression and violence. Because of this the police, conductors, ambulance staff and others can’t carry their work out. Can these people in threatening situations count on YOU? How more people intervene at aggression, the safer the streets will be.

How can you help with aggression on the street?

  • Ask others for help and addresses together the perpetrator
  • Call 112
  • Stay with the victim
  • Make pictures and be a witness in this case.

Posted 7 years, 4 months ago.

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