Communication before the internet │ Part 2

How media and information affect communication So, if the internet has only been around for a relatively short period in the grand scheme of things, why are we so dependent on it? When we step back and get a bird’s-eye view of the overall timeline of communication before the internet, we see an undeniable trend: … – Continue reading “Communication before the internet │ Part 2”

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”

Get your life goals with the help of words

How to get your life goals WITH THE HELP OF WORDS Use words to achieve your life goals by first finding the vocabulary that defines you. In the summer of 1999, Anna asked Paul a decisive question. In her gaze, Paul sensed she wanted to know more than the obvious. ANNA – When you look … – Continue reading “Get your life goals with the help of words”

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 greatly, sometimes unnoticed. Aristotle postulated … – Continue reading “Why language matters”

5 puntos clave para trabajar desde casa eficazmente │ 5 key points to work from home effectively

Trabajar desde casa │ Work from home VERSIÓN EN ESPAÑOL ✓ Full English version DOWN below ↓ Trabajar desde casa │ Work from home 5 puntos clave para trabajar desde casa eficazmente│Trabajar desde casa │ Work from home Estos días estamos viendo que a muchas personas se les ha presentado la necesidad de ponerse a … – Continue reading “5 puntos clave para trabajar desde casa eficazmente │ 5 key points to work from home effectively”

Cómo usar lenguaje inclusivo de género en la creación de contenido

A veces nos preguntamos cómo usar lenguaje inclusivo de género en la creación de contenido. ➤ English version below ✓ Con este análisis, estudiaremos cómo podemos ser respetuosos en nuestra creación escrita. Fuente principal de análisis: guía multilingüe de Naciones Unidas Shooting location – Localización: Finca Colonya Veamos cómo usar lenguaje inclusivo de género en … – Continue reading “Cómo usar lenguaje inclusivo de género en la creación de contenido”

¿Qué es “pregnancy brain”?

Análisis sobre el cerebro de embarazada, ¿qué es “pregnancy brain”? ¿Te has preguntado alguna vez qué es pregnancy brain o has oído hablar de ello? Según el artículo publicado en la revista Nature Neuroscience, referenciado en este enlace: Pregnancy leads to long-lasting changes in human brain structure ⤷ El embarazo supone cambios hormonales y adaptaciones … – Continue reading “¿Qué es “pregnancy brain”?”

Aussie English learning

Learn with us in our conversation with Aussie English learning Pete Smissen presents Aussie English learning. He’s the host of Aussie English, an online English learning platform with podcasts and a YouTube channel. Do you feel you are an influencer or a Youtuber? I don’t think I get enough feedback from students to know that. … – Continue reading “Aussie English learning”

Will language learning become obsolete?

Technology is speeding ahead at a dizzying rate Mobile apps like Google Translate have revolutionized how we attempt to jump over language barriers, essentially allowing us to carry around mini translators in our pockets. Language teachers everywhere may tremble at the idea of language learning becoming obsolete, but do modern-day trends indicate that technology is … – Continue reading “Will language learning become obsolete?”