Eventyard features a simple, but appealing design with a focus on functionality. The tasks available to perform are stripped down to the minimum. The user has the ability to create events, host and also to import from Facebook. There is also the usual discussion and share on the most important social networks effect. Check out this short video Eventyard intro!
There is a new hope for Bulgaria and it is called #ДАНСwithme. Over a month now, thousands of Bulgarian are protesting on the streets against the symbiotic existence of government and mafia. They are opposing the lack of moral and the apparent disregard of public interests in favour of economic and media cartels.
On April 29, 2013, a Nepolitkorektno blog post went viral within the Bulgarian community on Twitter and Facebook. Within the first hour of it being published it was read 3,000 times. In the following twelve hours it was read ten times more – 30,000. And this post ended the day by being read almost 40,000 times.
“Why do you speak so many languages?”. This particular question I get a lot. I get it at job interviews (naturally), parties, social networks, at work and when I stumble into a fellow traveler on a train or plane to places unknown. The answer is always different in length and content. It is never extensive enough… And this is why I decided to blog about it, and refer the curious minds to it should they want to dig deeper than hearing the elevator pitch.
Today, I noticed that one of Bulgaria’s telecom’s (@GLOBULPR) is tweeting about a Force Majeure circumstance in English… I quickly (and probably not very empathetically) shared my surprise that they do it in English. Almost immediately two of the tweeps I follow pointed out that there is also a @GLOBULBulgaria account that communicates in Bulgarian. And this made me even more curious and reflect a bit on the matter.