"Different but mixed" is the slogan for the new ALRIFAI print AD, slogan that we always hear in Lebanon but don't think is a reality...Alrifai tells a great story, we all want to believe.
Monday, August 29, 2011
Sunday, August 21, 2011
I have a passion for marketing, food, photography and all thing social media related, I have been involved with social media for the past few years.I am not a social media Guru I consider myself a student of the social business...Social media is the big thing. The fact is that Social Media is transforming the way the world does business.
This is why I am so excited to announce my new social media blog [Social Medina]
Social Medina Blog is a focused on Social Media, New Media, Technology, and all things Web 2.0. In my new blog you will read Social Media Marketing and Technology tips, social media strategies,Social Media Case Studies, Examples of companies using and being used by social media marketing In Lebanon and in the world. Hope you will enjoy my new blog. To read my first post click [Here]
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
The Law to Ban Smoking in Public and Closed Areas in lebanon has just passed.what will be the effect of that Ban?
- This summer, we will breath fresh air in the public places
- We will consume more food
- We will consume more alcohol
- We will visit more diet centers
- We will buy more natural health products
booming rooftop bar in the city
- cafe-trottoir style will become the new trend
- None smokers will join the smokers outdoors
- We will tweet less
- We will work less and socialize more
- We will live longer if the Lebanese authorities ban playing with dangerous bombs in public spaces.
Sunday, August 14, 2011
I am a sea man, but I 've never seen these small species in my area, and never knew existed in Lebanon until I saw a picture shared by @SanaTawileh on twitter. Apparently you can find the sea turtle in Batroun coast -North Lebanon and Tyre coast -south Lebanon
The Orange House Project is a private initiative working hard to preserve the sea turtle in Lebanon,
Threats to turtles according to the orange house project
threats to turtles include the use of close-meshed fishing nets and illegal dynamite fishing, often the work of impoverished southerners in search of a livelihood who need to be offered an alternative, sustainable way of fishing. Pollution from rubbish, plastic bags and industrial waste is a danger to marine life along Lebanon’s 150 km coastline. Some municipal dumps are located on the coast, notably a giant one in the southern city of Sidon which has partially collapsed into the sea several times.
Natural predators include crabs, dogs and seagulls.
Baby sea turtles are being sold in pet shops in Lebanon.
To read more about that project check out the Orange House Project [Here]
You can also Like their facebook page [Here] for more updates and pictures
Picture Credit: The Orange House Project-Facebook
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Monday, August 8, 2011
An old post reminded me that I missed my blog birthday, as on the 1st july this blog was 4 years old;
This blog has helped me to share ideas and get your feedback, helped me to find a job and meet interesting people (readers) offline .
When you have a blog you can monitor the number of your readers but You never know who's reading your blog because most do not leave a sign.Thank you and hope to meet you soon…
Thank you to all the bloggers who linked up to my blog :)
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Cool Jell-O interactive billboard which monitors the mood of the world based on number of smiley and sad faces emotions posted on twitter.
Yesterday we installed a billboard that uses Twitter to monitor and display the world’s mood in real-time. When the mood starts to dip, we use Twitter to give away pudding until it comes back up. via: @copymatt