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Items filtered by date: Friday, 29 June 2018

Google Calendar Is Making It Easier For You To Be Truly “Out Of Office”

Google Calendar is hopping on the digital wellness train. Google’s native app, which currently exists as a built-in time-management and scheduling service, just announced that they will be rolling out small changes to the platform – most notably, a new “Out of Office” feature.

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Virtual Reality in Filmmaking Immerses Viewers in Global Issues

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Melting glaciers and rising seas in Greenland; raging fires in Northern California; a relentless drought in Somalia and the disappearing Amazon forests. Famine, Feast, Fire and Ice are the four installments in a virtual reality (VR) documentary on climate change by filmmakers Eric Strauss and Danfung Dennis.

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Uniting with music for humanity

Eka Ahasak Yata’ is an iconic musical extravaganza organized by International Movement for Community Development (IMCD) to present one of a kind musical experience which focuses around the idea of bringing together artists of different genres under one roof to raise funds to facilitate for a worthy cause. IMCD is a non-for-profit organization spearheaded by a group of passionate youth intending to encourage community development in Sri Lanka, Eka Ahasak Yata is one such an initiative spearheaded in 2017. This year “Eka Ahasak Yata” is focusing on raising funds to eradicate Chronic Kidney Diseases of unknown etiology (CKDu) from Sri Lanka through distribution of water purification systems - RO plants (Reverse Osmosis Plants).

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Grooving to Latin beats

Leading the inaugural event was Sri Lanka’s own Kasun Dias – founder and principal teacher of Star Latino’s Dance Academy. The dancers took to the streets with renditions of Salsa, Bachata and Kizomba, grooving and moving to the Latin music beats.

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