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Asian Female Threesome Discuss: Flirting with European guys, what really happens in coffee shops in The Netherlands and oh yeah…some advice for students

My friend Ha has a YouTube channel. One of the things her channel is about is differences in cultures. It’s been a while since she’s made a new video but she’s back with a new one. In this 2 part video she wants to help students with their sex lives. No, not really. She wants to give you some advice. 😉 If you are you a Vietnamese student who wants to study abroad, you should […]

7 Tips for Adding Video to Your Blog

Adding video content to your blog can be scary. Especially if you prefer to writing to recording. Don’t be afraid. I’m going guide you through how to create your first video. By the end of this post you’ll be ready to get in front of the camera. Author’s Note: This post is written for a beginner who wants to record a video and put it in a blog post. Even if you’re not using a Mac […]

Virtusa Lends a Helping Hand to One Laptop per Child

How a company with a big heart chose to help One Laptop per Child with their mission.   Cambridge, Massachusetts — June 2010 The mission of One Laptop per Child (OLPC) is “to create educational opportunities for the world’s poorest children by providing each child with a rugged, low-cost, low-power, connected laptop with content and software designed for collaborative, joyful, self-empowered learning.” How is that mission being accomplished? So far over a million laptops have […]

The XO Travels to the Vung Vieng Village Floating School in Vietnam

Imagine you are sitting on your comfy couch watching TV. You decide to tune in to 60 Minutes. They are talking about a non profit organization that is on the way to bring a low cost laptop to children in developing countries. You think that is a great idea and decide to learn more. Fast forward two years later and you are in the middle of a floating fishing village in Ha Long Bay in […]

Class Act Tips from an Experienced Volunteer

  Are you leaving your country with a bag full of XOs? Would you like some helpful tips before you go? Then this article is for you. It was written for One Laptop per Child (OLPC) volunteers who are about to depart for a deployment. The information came from a presentation at OLPC by experienced volunteer, Nancie Severs. She took 12 XOs to the Vung Vieng Floating Fishing Village in Ha Long Bay in Northeast […]