- Producer07/07/2016Pollination - It's why we Blog ... ReduxThis article is being moved to my WordPress site. Please visit me there for more insights.thanks, John Vaughan This continues the thread re "how we share" information on beBee. That's not just a "Producer" issue (Initiate a discussion). We also...
Comments09/07/2016 #14 John Vaughan#13 Bless you, @Chas ✌️ Wyatt - You're one of the good ones for sharing. But also very much in the minority. Actually, this article has a significant number of shares ... so maybe that indicates something. In a related vein: I also wish that my short public "buzzes" could be part of the mix.07/07/2016 #1 John VaughanHey, @Federico 🐝 Álvarez San Martín. This article also exhibits some ugly artifacts in the lines "BeBee is different because it is an affinity based site." and "It helps you focus your message". These lines do not display as style text when published, even though they look OK when I have the page in edit mode. See "WYSI.not.WYG" in https://www.bebee.com/producer/@john-vaughan/editorial-tools-get-it-in-writing. The artifact appears to be triggered by overlapping styling and or cut&paste during the editorial process. Thanks
- Producer01/07/2016Living the Pollination of an IdeaI am repeating an experiment I did before so that we all may witness how the progressive pollination of an idea takes us into different paths. We see pollination of ideas working, progressing, illuminating, giving hues of new ideas and develop...
Comments02/07/2016 #55 CityVP 🐝 ManjitHow we imagine a rainbow represents our imagination and that imagination represents an essential idea of freedom. When I look at a rainbow I know that it is more than what I can physically see - that the actuality of the rainbow is that it is a full circle, but my imagination can make it an arc with a beginning and end, it can make it a vessel. That I have all these choices is a freedom of imagination, that I know its reality is to know the meaning of being whole.01/07/2016 #50 Anees Zaidi#49 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD seeing the world through the eyes of a child is the most beautiful experience. Although my Grandpa's garden has vanished in the rough and tough tides of carelessness and wilful negligence, I still enjoy and relish it's beauty through the eyes of the child sitting inside me. Your memorable moments spend with your siblings will never let you grow.01/07/2016 #49 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#42 @Ali Anani: I 'raised' my six siblings since age 13, then had one baby at age 19 and now another at age 42. Kermit the Frog still lives on, as does Disneyland...and I was blessed to have a hand in raising 3 generations of child(ren)...and have learned to see the world through the eyes of a child. I don't even realize when I do it. I just shrink myself up into a little ball, and try to describe the colors, the wind, the rustle of the crinkling leaves underfoot, and the little kind rollie-pollie bugs that crawl like a centipede so harmlessly on my arm. What joy it is, to look at the world through a child's eyes. Therefore, I shall never, ever grow up!01/07/2016 #47 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#41 You are so complimentary...and I credit you with bringing out the creative writer in me...urging me to push on with first poetry and now with script-writing...yes. The flower is re-born and circling back yet once again, it does so also in the slow graduation from 'like' to 'love.' All because of you, great mentor, @Ali Anani. All because the Father spurs on both the sons and the daughters ;-).01/07/2016 #41 Ali Anani#35- like watching a flower bloom in slow motion- you must be great in writing scripts dear @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD. This visual of words speaks tons. Great comment and I also invite @Anees Zaidi to read your comment and see what amazement you added to his dried petals. Thank You margaret for planting a flower in my heart.
- Producer17/05/2016Buzzstorming more than BrainstormingWe seek for finding ideas blossoming to give flowers enriched with nectar and pollen so that they may get pollinated and spread fast. We brainstorm to get better ideas with greater potential to flourish. Seeking an idea is not different from a bee...
Comments01/07/2016 #23 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#21 That's another good route. I think Javier wanted to automate from one image to the next. Other options would be to split the PDF, convert to images and re-assemble as an mpeg. That would also allow a soundtrack. I'm not sure how I feel about that. Come to think of it, why start from PDF at all? Not everyone has the capapbility. Why not start from Word, Powerpoint or even Google Docs? Or even JPG uploads? Stop it guys! I don't want a new project right now. Too many ideas.... Too little time.30/06/2016 #21 Phil FriedmanAli Alani, Javier, et. al, I am not sure what the objective is, but I HATE slideshare. Instead, I have converted PowerPoint slides to jpegs and loaded them into long posts as photos on bith beBee and LinkedIn. To view, the reader simply scrolls down the page. You can provide a photo with a link to take the reader to hyperlinked material if you want, although only one hyperlink per slide. See below example:
Maximizing Throughput on Fixed Assets and Overheads
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@phil-friedman/maximizing-throughput-on-fixed-assets-and-overheads via @bebee_EN30/06/2016 #19 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian#18 It would be heavy, but PHP has two functions that could do the trick, fpdf and PDFlib. PDF files could be split into individual pages as images, provided they are not encrypted(locked). Then you would simply need to play the images in sequence. Easier said than done, but doable.17/05/2016 #12 CityVP 🐝 ManjitIn order to fully appreciate buzz from nature we need to be fully cognoscente of the meme of buzz from marketing. Buzz today is a marketing behaviour. I do prefer the buzz of nature yet I also know that nature has not been a core agent of my life formation, for I was born with a sibling called television. Brainstorming itself needs us to consider quality of lightning which itself is nature.
- 15/06/2016bees as sex helperHow bees help plants have sex - Fernanda S. Valdovinos View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-bees-help-plants-have-sex-fernanda-s-valdovinos Plants have a hard time finding mates -- their inability to...
- 24/05/2016Pollination is a space where our thoughts get pollinated
La polinización es un espacio donde sus pensamientos consiguen polinización
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