Photograph by Dr. Akira Takaue, National Geographic Your Shot
Structural engineer and Your Shot community member Akira Takaue captured this shot at the Mall of Asia while on a business trip in Manila, Philippines. The city “has a lot of interesting and characteristic architecture,” says Takaue.
Longrich BioScience is now in the Philippines for Health, Beauty and Wellness and Wealth.
Kindly do like its Facebook Page for Promotion : Longrich Philippines on Facebook
A fly lands on the head of a vine snake in the Choco of Colombia
Location: Choco, Colombia
Photo and caption by Robin Moore (National Geographic Channel)
Am I on “Red Alert”?
Ever since I became a part of blogosphere, blogging has become an element of my life. It is within this world where I could generously share some, if not all of my favorite stuffs over the community of weblogs, to a broader extent. However, it may seem sometimes that I have subconsciously become gripped on matters about it.
Most often, when I wake up each day and every time I am off my laptop computer, things like the following engross my attention:
- Have I got good topics worth sharing today?
- What photos will I be sharing? And have I got some?
- Who have just liked my earlier blog posts?
- Will I need to get back and double-check some stuff in my earlier postings?
- Whose blogs will I be checking out?
- Who will I be following today? Etc.
It may sound odd but these few things really seem to be my personal realities.
Can this be considered as a simple addiction or just plain passion?
Either way, I find blogging more than just a “Red Alert”. Definitely.
You know the feeling when you wake up early in the morning, checked your email and got a message from Twitter that your account was “suspended”? And you realized that you just deviated one of their TOS. Well, that’s what I had been feeling for 3-days since my account was suspended on Sunday. But I am so glad now that it was back. Yes! Just this morning.
I got an email from Twitter that it would be working fine now and yes, it really is up and running perfectly!
One thing I learned from using any social media is to be responsible always. Sometimes, we unconsciously do some things over the net irresponsibly.
This is a heads up as well to all Twitter users. Don’t let your accounts be suspended and then learn your lessons from it later, with regrets
I am just happy now^^