Not just our electronic gear but all of the often-used things can be a breach on our attempts of infection prevention. Phone, headset, earphones, but…
It is hard to imagine how strong structures can be made from the everyday strings of pasta we eat for dinner. Yet Hungarian students every year spend long hours but rather days building spaghetti bridges only to have them broken (or blown) into pieces for the sake of the Reccs (meaning ‘crack’ in Hungarian) competition – no wonder some of them can’t bear to watch it.
It is a common question: how can you find out if a photographer is professional or not. There are many different answers but below is one set of possible criteria.
David Guttenfelder thinks his images taken in North-Korea help to open the doors of the regime closing off from the rest of the world and helps the world better understand the distant and very special country.
How about this for a practical accessory to protect your personal rights. Protests and political gatherings are becoming common again in Hungary and attendees might be interested if they don’t want to appear in the media. At protests and other public events however it could be problematic as law forbids to hide your face. But it definitely should be a mandatory part of the Hungarian police uniform.
Not much after Newsweek ended its print edition Financial Times annoucned they will concentrate their resources to digital editions and give them a higher priority than their print edition. If someone really feels the business reasons behind decisions then it shall be an economic newspaper.
One of the Hungarian online pizza ordering sites took a chance to congratulate president Obama for his reelection. The only question left is what’s up with healthy life?
News reporting says in today’s heat we have yet again a country wide heat record broken here in Hungary. We are above 38 degree celsius (100.4 degree Farenheit) but I cannot even follow these records. As I hear during the weekend firemen helped people to prevent heat related illnesses not just in Ópusztaszer where I have been working.
Members of the Parliament voted Janos Ader to be the next president of Hungary.