Buguri has started to connect with their community via conference calls. Children who did not have a phone could join their friends for a read-aloud session. Lakshmi and her team created a play Maya & Thoonga to spread awareness about COVID amongst the children in the waste-picker community. Their creative healing sessions are also now being run via calls. Each centre has a WhatsApp group to stay in touch with the children of their area. The library also started a podcast in four languages on a local radio channel called Radio Active, which helped connect with children and even parents without mobiles or internet. … [Read more...] about The story of India’s community libraries — Spurned by state, struck by lockdown
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“It’s not utopian,” he goes on. “It’s just, honestly, let’s be real. There is nothing new here. This is not revolutionary. It shouldn’t even be disruptive. That’s how low the bar is. All we’re trying to do is be decent human beings in a business that makes content. And we believe that through that process, every deal we do, every friend we make in the business—they might then go and treat someone else differently too. Maybe they’ll be inspired by the way we do things.” … [Read more...] about Wayfarer Studios, the company behind Disney Plus’s ‘Clouds,’ makes social justice the star
Our assignment At the end of our coaching sessions with Bill, he would give us an assignment for the next session, something to think about and work on. With this article, we give you our interpretation of how Bill would coach us today. But everyone’s situation is different, so your assignment from us is to think about Bill’s principles and decide how to best apply them for your situation. How are you going to take care of your people and teams, and lead them? What are you going to do differently? Now that you know what Bill would do, what will you do? … [Read more...] about What would Bill Campbell do?
The problems boil down to a few things. Ikea’s inventory management seems poorly updated. The company doesn’t appear to know when many items will actually be replenished, and where. In some cases, it sounds like large swaths of items are simply listed as out of stock. When they are listed as in stock and buyable, their shipments are delayed for months, and then delayed for months again. Redditor caitlineljo complained that an order she placed on June 7 is now scheduled for delivery on November 15. “I have matching storage boxes that I’m trying to coordinate with for our nursery,” she writes. “At this point, getting this damn boxes is harder than being pregnant during a pandemic.” … [Read more...] about Ikea’s e-commerce was already pretty bad. During COVID-19, it absolutely fell apart
I also ran into multiple issues relating to signing in with a Microsoft account—a necessity for getting access to files stored on the OneDrive service, syncing OneNote notes between devices, and the like. You’re supposed to be able to sign in once via Android’s account settings, but when I tried to switch from one Microsoft account to another, the phone didn’t acknowledge my repeated attempts to add the second account. Thereafter, individual Microsoft apps on the Duo got discombobulated, each in its own way. Trying to sign in via the Office app led to it telling me that I wasn’t connected to the internet, even though I was. Meanwhile, OneNote gave me a link for signing back in that didn’t work. Eventually, I got back into the individual apps—but I still can’t add a Microsoft account via Android’s settings. … [Read more...] about Microsoft Surface Duo review: Two screens, unfinished software