Imagine knowing that for 1 whole minute, where ever you may be or what ever time it is, the entire population of the world would be thinking/doing the same exact thing as you are. And that this thing was a positive thought or action. The same feeling you get when you are looking at the … More Human experiment – Concept
I have been working on some material for a Safety and Security Plan. Scouring different sources and concepts of setting up an efficient and effective plan which needs to account for all aspects of security within most countries and contexts. Here is one source that is interesting: http://eprhandbook.actionaid.org/
Some tracks never get old. Also some tracks should not be messed around with. So I am slightly conflicted by this one as I feel the original is just too good to be remixed. Then again I do like A$AP Rocky and the fact that Moby has agreed to this collaboration Im beginning to like … More Classic Moby song re-interpreted by A$AP Rocky
Found this site last week. Reminds me a bit of Soundcloud but less restrictions 🙂 https://www.indiesound.com/
WiseTwo is an internationally acclaimed street and studio-based artist. Following an active street art career spanning more than 10 years, his work can now be found in major cities around the world. I used to study with him in university and it really is amazing to see how much he has grown. The art he … More A friends beautiful street art!
So I recently arrived back to Nairobi for work and will be here for the next couple of months. I am very happy to be back again! Will be sharing some pictures and adventures at some point. Here is a song from one of the biggest artist groups in Kenya (Sauti Sol) whom I went … More Back in Kenya!
“He who does not understand your silence will probably not understand your words.” – Elbert Hubbard Finnish Proverb – Talking is silver, silence is gold. These days with so much information flooding all our senses 24/7, every second of every minute. It seems hard to find a moment of total silence with or without people … More Do we give silence enough credit?