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INVITADO: LUIS NATERA
Ciudad Pixel está conformado por un grupo multidisciplinario de jóvenes enfocados en diferentes áreas de estudio, pero teniendo como un punto común el estudio de las ciudades y su relación con las personas.
Luis Natera, director y editor de Ciudad Pixel, ha sido emprendedor social con proyectos como Una Ciudad Alterna, blog de cultura ciudadana en Guadalajara.
Actualmente co-dirige Colectivo Triciclo, oficina de arquitectura y urbanismo en donde realiza proyectos de espacio público, movilidad urbana e infraestructura para la movilidad no motorizada. Participa como miembro activo de la Plataforma Metropolitana para la Sustentabilidad.
¡Escuchanos este lunes y conoce a detalle este interesante proyecto!
Co Host: Monica Rosales, Executive Director of DocMiami.Org
Regina Yau is the Founder and President of The Pixel Project (http://www.thepixelproject.net), an innovative virtual volunteer-led global non profit organization using social media and online strategies to turbo-charge global awareness about violence against women while raising funds and volunteer power for the cause.
She is a global citizen who synergises Western liberalism with Asian pragmatism and her own social conscience. The hallmark of her working style is her blend of inventive creativity, strategic thinking, practical execution, and sheer bloody-mindedness at getting the job done.
Prior to The Pixel Project, Regina was nominated in the Education and Public Service category of The Malaysian Women’s Weekly’s “Great Women of Our Time” Awards 2008 for her innovative awareness-raising work for breast cancer.
As a Rhodes Scholar with a long-standing commitment to gender issues, she has two post-graduate degrees from Oxford – an M.St in Women’s Studies and an M.St in Oriental Studies. She also has a First-class Degree in English from Royal Holloway University of London.
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Project Empowerment has planned two very special shows with their partner, The Pixel Project.
This episode will be with Michelle Stevens from Lost Monkey Studio and musician Pete Ahonen. Both are doing special projects for the Pixel Project and Music For Pixels.
We will be discussing their work and why they chose to support the cause ending violence against women, along with Pixel Project Founder, Regina Yau.
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This weeks very special show will be with musical guests and R & B broup, AHMIR. We will be discussing their work and why they chose to work with The Pixel Project to help end violence against women. Joining us also is founder of The Pixel Project Regina Yau.
Welcome to WV-You! A podcast for West Virginians made by West Virginians. Current events, news, sports...we have it all. This episode: Beauty and the Beast, the future of WV, and Snakes Alive!Whether you still reside in the state or have moved on, remember "Once a Mountaineer, always a Mountaineer."
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Ever wonder what goes into making a card game? Ever wonder what goes into a board game? Ever wonder what goes into a cardboard game!?
Well, the latter we, sadly, won't be covering next week. However, The GCR Crew WILL talk more in-depth about card games and board games. We'll tear open the proverbial booster pack, move the pieces into position, and decipher the different card -- and board -- games we see today and even the different types of card -- and board -- gamers that exist.
Also don't miss out on another pix-elating Impromptu Game Review of: Pixel Lincoln, by Island Officials LLC and Game Salute.
Bob Hudson is both a teacher and a social worker who has worked in the field of addictions and in urban education for over 40 years. He also a retired major from the United States Air Force Reserve and worked as a mental health social worker during Hurricane Andrew in 1993. He worked briefly in 1998 and 1999 as an assistant manager for Blues Hall of Fame Artist and Grammy Winner, the great Robert Lockwood, Jr. He has a bachelor degree in social work from Cleveland State University and two master degrees. These include one in community counseling from John Carroll University and another in Special Education from Notre Dame College. He is licensed in the State of Ohio as a professional teacher for student with both special education and gifted needs. He is also a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) in Ohio.
Bob also has an interest in writing poetry using high quality images which might include high definition photography or paintings and other artwork. Recently he has worked with many high definition images from the Cleveland photographer Matt Shiffler. Both Matt and Bob are hoping to publish a book with images and poetry in the near future. Bob writes a lot of his poetry on his Facebook page and many of his poems can be seen there. He has also recently written many poems for two artists with autism both Michael Tolleson and April Dawn Griffin. Bob is also an amateur photographer with his 12.1 pixel Nixon camera.
In the social networking realm, Bob is very active on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. He has a site on Facebook which is dedicated to social communication and autism acceptance. This site is called: Cognitively Social Environments -- https://www.facebook.com/CognitivelySocialEnvironments
His regular Facebook page is at: https://www.facebook.com/bhudlion
His LinkedIn page is: www.linkedin.com/in/bobhudsonlion/
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Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ interviews Alfred Linke of http://ledpixelart.com/ about Pixel V2: Led Art. It is an open-source, interactive framed LED wall display that allows you to send animations and images from an Android device or Windows PC.
Kickstarter Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...
It's time for the nerdiest show on Blog Talk Radio ...it's Nerdy 30s time! We are bringing you all the nerdiest and geekiest news on comic books, video games, movies, wrestling and so much more! Tonight our guest is Kevin, owner of Pixel Nation, about the opening of his new location here in Princeton, WV. Video game lovers rejoice Join us live every Wednesday night at 10PM Eastern either in the chat room or on the phone! Also subscribe and download us free on iTunes. It's time to get Nerdy America!
On this extra special episode of "Speak Out LOUD with Eliska Hahn", Eliska will discuss her volunteer work with "The Pixel Project" (www.thepixelproject.net) who's goal is to end all violence against women (in all of it's forms) worldwide. The Pixel Project is an innovative virtual volunteer-led non profit organization using social media and online strategies to turbo-charge global awareness about violence against women while raising funds and volunteer power for the cause. Eliska is honored to have as her live on-air guest Pixel Project Founder and President, Regina Yau. Regina will discuss why she started The Pixel Project, the worldwide goals of the organization, and specifically how you can help be part of the solution by participating in the US holiday Purple Pamper Packages Spa fundraiser going on right now! Thirty (30) U.S. women’s shelters from California to Virginia signed up to received sponsored Purple Pamper Package spa sessions. Just US$25.00 will provide one Purple Pamper Package to serve 8 battered women helped by these shelters!! Tune in to learn more about this great non profit Eliska supports, and find out how you can help make this Christmas extra special by making a difference in lives that have been torn apart by the horror of domestic violence and abuse. You won't want to miss this exciting and informative interview and call to action! We will also be taking your calls and answering your questions live on the air this week on "Speak Out LOUD with Eliska Hahn" exclusively on BlogTalkRadio!
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Joining us is Regina Yau, the Founder and President of The Pixel Project (http://www.thepixelproject.net), a virtual volunteer-led global non profit organization taking the Violence Against Women cause into the 21st century through innovative, powerful viral campaigns across various online and virtual channels including social media.
The Pixel Project is a worldwide coalition of activists and volunteers using the power of the internet to mount a global effort to raise awareness about and mobilize millions to get involved with ending violence against girls and women. We strongly believe that men and women must take a stand together for the right of women to live a life free of gender-based violence.
Our first project is to turbo-charge global awareness about VAW while raising US$1 million for Malaysia’s Women’s Aid Organization and the U.S.A.’s National Coalition Against Domestic Violence by getting a global audience to collectively unveil a million-pixel mystery collage of Celebrity Male Role Models at US$1 per pixel.
As a Rhodes Scholar with a long-standing commitment to gender issues, Regina has two graduate degrees from Oxford University – an M.St in Women’s Studies and an M.St in Oriental Studies. She has previously worked on the breast cancer cause.
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