Greenhouse gases affecting sunlight as viewed from my window. For the climate change deniers, this is it happening in real time. No time lag of hundreds of years. :-)
Sunday, January 31, 2010
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
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Sunday, November 16, 2008
The other week I wrote about the Election Night Party at the Mensa (cafeteria). Last Tuesday I practically stayed there the whole day to promote the Sustainable University Freiburg. It's one of the most strategic place to do promo because of the high student traffic during lunch time. It was unusual to see this place with no students lining up to get there meals once we packed our stuff to end the day. Once the Mensa was deserted in the afternoon, I took a couple of photos to while waiting for a couple of colleagues. Here's a couple of them.
Saturday, November 15, 2008
The report I made for Deutsche Welle is finally online. To listen to the entire Living Planet programme, click here. To hear just my bit of report ('Counting birds with computers') in the programme, click here. I did this report until the last few hours of my internship.
One of my many learning from the internship is that one should be more appreciative of media work. A reporter puts in a lot of hours to produce one report, from looking for a news, researching, conducting the interviews, writing a script, voicing, and editing. That's not exclusive to radio, but also for a printed article, online content, or TV. Giving a feedback is one way of showing your appreciation to our work, and you can do that by leaving a comment here or sending an email to Deutsche Welle. Thanks to Irene, Cheryl, and Mark who helped me made this report 'air-able.'