life of a globetrotting family of 5 in the US foreign service
Photo Project: 52 Bolivian Sundays [week 15, ‘Change (in numbers)’]
Innovation. Technology. CHANGE. Using social media tools to change the way the world is perceived. In this case, celebrating the landmark of having 100,000 friends on the Facebook page of the U.S. Embassy in Bolivia [text extracted & adapted from the US Embassy Bolivia Website, link here] – simultaneously welcoming guests in the five different cities in Bolivia, through webchat technology. Changing the way celebrations are done… 😮
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11 thoughts on “Photo Project: 52 Bolivian Sundays [week 15, ‘Change (in numbers)’]”
What a good use of technology! Thanks for sharing the joy. Are you familiar with http://tckid.com/, “A Home for Third Culture Kids” or with D. L. Nelson (http://theexpatwriter.blogspot.com/), an author who introduced me to the term “Third Culture Kids?” Interesting world.
Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by… I’ll definitely check D L Nelson’s blog. Haven’t been to the tckid.com… I feel like I’m always learning… every single day… in order to become a better parent to my TCKs!!! 😮 Much appreciated!
A fab way of using technological change!
Thank you, Gilly! 😮
This is awesome. The girl on the right look like Paris from Gilmore Girls!
Thanks… She’ll be happy with the ‘girl’ mention – she’s one of our Public Affairs Officers, and I’m sure, will be very flattered with your comment… 😮 thanks for taking the time to stop by and check it out!