Exactly one week ago at this very hour, our daughter Sophie was born into this great big world of ours. We're so thrilled to have her. She's a joy to behold and a joy to be with: peaceful and lovely, an enchanting little angel. We were a couple before and now we're a family. And … Continue reading Sophie’s here!
Hiriko is the name of this new foldable ultra-compact car, which is great for cramped city driving (and parking). It can turn sideways and fold upwards, reducing its wheelbase and allowing it to squeeze into spots where normal cars just can't go. And it's also 100% electric. From the videos (posted below) I can see … Continue reading A folding, fully electric city car
This is big news for those of us providing captions or subtitles for the videos published on YouTube. I noticed today that the oEmbed video player for YouTube videos, the one used for all WordPress blogs, has been updated to include the CC button. It didn't have it the last time I checked, which was … Continue reading YouTube and WordPress update oEmbed player to include CC button
My show, Romania Through Their Eyes, was featured a second time on TVR International this past weekend, on a news program hosted by Horia Grusca, called “Romania in Vazul Lumii” (March 19th, 2011 edition). You can watch the archived show online. The segment where my show is presented starts at minute 13:14 and ends at minute 22:23. … Continue reading Romania Through Their Eyes featured on TVR International (again)
My show, Romania Through Their Eyes, was featured on TVR International this morning, on a news program hosted by Horia Grusca, called "Romania in Vazul Lumii" (March 12th, 2011 edition). You can watch the archived show online. The segment where my show is presented starts at minute 14:05 and ends at minute 21:02. And, if … Continue reading Romania Through Their Eyes featured on TVR International
We've all seen photos and videos of the 8.9 earthquake and tsunamis that have devastated Japan. My heart goes out to them. I hope as few people as possible died, and they recover as quickly as possible from this tragedy. What bothers me more than the event itself is the unfeeling coverage of the event, … Continue reading My thoughts on the massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan
My wife and I are raw vegans. We eat a 60-75% raw vegan diet, supplemented with some cooked foods. The recommended ratio is 75% raw / 25% cooked. We've been planning these past several months to put together a raw vegan cooking show, which will show people how to change their diets and lifestyles so … Continue reading Ligia’s Kitchen: Avocado and Red Cabbage Salad