On Friday, I wrote about a social networking project, Commkit, that some VSee people are involved in, and I just wanted to share this video screen capture of i-Act co-founder and director, Gabriel Stauring, talking about the life-changing impact this social networking access has had on the children in the refugee camps and the community as a whole. He made a trip to Chad this year to bring Commkits into the refugee camps and to train people to use them. Btw, he’s sharing this at a lecture via VSee (starting about 1:09:00)! Also sorry about my bad laptop mic.
At VSee we have several people who are passionate about improving the situation of refugees around the world. They volunteer their time, knowledge, and resources to make a difference in the lives of refugees. In the past VSee has taken a very active role in supporting the cause, so in honor of the upcoming World Refugee Day on Monday, June 20 put together by the UN Refugee Agency, I thought I’d highlight a project discussed in Continue reading →
It’s been a wonderful year for VSee: Several major version releases, some very large customer deployments, World Refugee Day with Hillary Clinton and Angelina Jolie, a townhall meeting on Facebook for Mandy Moore and Nothing But Nets, helping the Playing for Change Band perform in Boston simultaneously with a music school in South Africa, and then capping it off with a phenomenal time at Dreamforce!
And of course, all of you!
That’s it for this year. (Yes, that’s a remote in Penny’s hand.)