How did a rural dairy farming community get to be a film buff’s dream? Arohanui Film Festival

In the Waikato region of New Zealand, in Te Aroha (Tear A-raw-ha) a rural dairy farming community, there lies a film buff’s dream event called the ‘Arohanui Film Festival’. The Arohanui Film Festival showcases new, entertaining, original, and adventurous films from around the world on the big screen. It will be held at ‘Future Te Aroha’, a former bra factory that has been converted to a multi purpose, non-profit facility for community and cultural use. It’s where film enthusiasts gather […]

Let’s Speak French

After being asked many times to teach people how to speak her native language, Lise (Lees) created ‘Let’s Speak French’. It is a Brisbane, Australian based language school with digital capacity to teach online. Originally from Montreal, Canada, (The French part of Montreal, Quebec province of Canada.), Lise now calls Brisbane, Australia her home.   What began as a love of sharing her passion for the language in local cafe settings has now turned into a business venture. We had a […]

Evernote: A more powerful way to simplify your digital organisation

From a podcast by Keith Keller and Tracey Gayner: Managing your information (Evernote) You have a great idea that you need to write down or maybe it’s a phone number or an address – where do you store it?  Where can you just offload everything out of your brain and store it all in a place safe? The answer is Evernote – from that great idea, to a phone number and even that novel that you’ve been meaning to write. […]

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