Day 93 Become A Responsible Netizen

A netizen is a 'citizen of the net', basically anyone that uses the internet. Many people nowadays have access to the internet and it is becoming more and more powerful as it develops. It gives us access to information and knowledge, encourages communication between friends and families, allows us to shop from home, and so… Continue reading Day 93 Become A Responsible Netizen

Day 90 Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg was founded in 1971 by Michael Hart, with the mission "To encourage the creation and distribution of eBooks.". Since 1971, Project Gutenberg has developed a library of more than 60,000 eBooks, which are available for anyone to read for free. It has done this with the help of many volunteers who signed up… Continue reading Day 90 Project Gutenberg

Day 69 Send An E-card

With all the paper we waste each year, we can build a 12 foot high wall of paper from New York to California!The World Counts Every year millions of trees are cut down for human use, being made into paper, cards, packaging, posters, books and more. Some of these products are incredible and particularly helpful… Continue reading Day 69 Send An E-card

Day 64 Email Your MP

We all have a political view. Whether you follow politics regularly and completely understand it or you see it every now and then but have no idea what it is (don't worry that is me too). You may worry about emergency services, education, victims of war, benefits, etc. Well, it is time your views are… Continue reading Day 64 Email Your MP

Day 46 Junk Mail

When you get up and check if the postman has delivered anything nice, you root through the stack of papers and find brochures, vouchers for the local pizza shop and a random flyer for a blinds company. Sometimes you might actually find letters addressed to you, but that is 2 of 5 and then one… Continue reading Day 46 Junk Mail

Day 31 World Leprosy Day

Every two minutes, someone is diagnosed with leprosy. That's more than 200,000 new cases a year.Leprosy Mission World Leprosy Day is an opportunity to raise awareness and understanding for people infected with Leprosy, this is observed on the last Sunday of January every year. Leprosy is a disease caused by a slow multiplying bacteria, Mycobacterium… Continue reading Day 31 World Leprosy Day

Day 30 Internet Free Day

Almost 4.66 billion people were active internet users as of October 2020, encompassing 59 percent of the global population.Statista Since 1990 when the World Wide Web was invented, the internet has developed into a daily necessity for many of us. The idea of living without it is somewhat unthinkable for some. It has made life… Continue reading Day 30 Internet Free Day

Day 29 Mental Care Packages

One in four adults experiences at least one diagnosable mental health problem in any given year.NHS England Mental Health.gov describes mental health as "our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act.". Biological and Psychological factors, as well as our environment can cause issues with our mental health. Mental illnesses… Continue reading Day 29 Mental Care Packages

Day 23 Translation

When we speak to people on the street or even when visiting another country we often just assume that they will speak English, whether fluent or just basic. This is somewhat rude as there are over 7,000 languages in the world. Even though, English is the most popular language spoken, whether native spoken or not,… Continue reading Day 23 Translation