Communication before the internet │ Part 1

How was communication before the internet? We know. It’s hard to believe that people communicated without the internet once upon a time (not so long ago) → But there actually existed communication before the internet. ༄ Nowadays, the internet goes out at the office, and company-wide panic ensues. The alarms blare, people are astounded and … – Continue reading “Communication before the internet │ Part 1”

MEETINGS THAT SHOULD BE EMAILS

➤ Meetings that should be emails! Exciting News! Our comic short “Meetings should be emails” is a: ⭐️ FINALIST at the following film festivals: — INDEPENDENT SHORTS AWARDS — CYRUS INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL ⭐️ SEMI-FINALIST at the: — INDIE SHORT FEST — INDIEX FILM FEST ⭐️ QUARTER-FINALIST at the: — TOP SHORTS ESP.- ¿Habéis notado que … – Continue reading “MEETINGS THAT SHOULD BE EMAILS”

Why language matters

Why language matters How many times have you used language today? Have you read a word on a sign? Or have you spoken to someone? Let words structure your thoughts? ➤ Language matters. It is an unsung hero that subtly permeates every aspect of our daily lives, since language matters a great deal, sometimes going … – Continue reading “Why language matters”

Aussie English learning & Content creation

Learn with us in our conversation with Aussie English learning & Content creation Pete Smissen presents Aussie English learning & Content creation. He’s the host of the Aussie English, which is an online English learning platform with podcasts and a YouTube channel. Do you feel you are an influencer or Youtuber? I don’t think I … – Continue reading “Aussie English learning & Content creation”

The impact of a universal auxiliary language in the world

The impact of a universal auxiliary language in the world An airport can sometimes feel like a modern-day Tower of Babel, and the effect of a universal auxiliary language there is crucial. Foreign words linger in the air, and the effect of a universal auxiliary language is present! People exchange sheepish, hesitant looks that say, … – Continue reading “The impact of a universal auxiliary language in the world”