Interview with James Ochieng Bloomtrigger Ambassador

March 26, 2013 § 2 Comments

James Ochieng at Freedom corner, Uhuru park, Nairobi
James Ochieng at Freedom corner, Uhuru park, in Nairobi

James Ochieng’ okelo is Kenyan. He has been working on building and construction projects in Warrap, Northern Bahr el Ghazal and lake states of South Sudan from 2003 to 2007. He now lives in Northern Bahr el Ghazal state and works as a volunteer administrator and teacher at Aheu Dit women Group’s Kan Ajak primary school since 2008 . He dedicates his time to sourcing and passing on of relevant information about conservation and the environment to interested members of his community. He is starting Bloomtrigger in Kan Ajak Primary School (See link for video about this) and trying to help bring our project to continent of Africa.

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* What inspires you?
Children

* What makes you angry?
Ignorance at all levels.

* What is your personal mission?
Contribute towards efforts of educating children about technology and the environment. Currently I engage school children in recycling and making fuel from waste.

* If you were Prime Minister, what would be the first thing you would change?
Ban the use of charcoal. The use of charcoal kills the spirit of those involved in environmental conservation; I would encourage the use of alternative fuels.

* Why did you agree to become a bloomtrigger ambassador?
I agreed to become a Bloomtrigger ambassador because it’s a unique combination of technology, environment and education, with children as the main actors in conservation of rainforests (bloom planting etc.)

* Can you describe a typical workday?
I officially start my workday at 8:00 am with assembly at the school followed by class and other school activities until 1:00 pm. Lunch and rest till 3:00pm if possible, administrative meetings, briquette training, and building consultations, whichever is at hand from 3 till late.

* Can you think of a place or event you have been that has really inspired you?
An event that inspired me is the first annual all Africa Biomass briquette producers conference at Olasiti Lodge, Arusha, Tanzania November  2011, it was inspiring to be with people from different parts of Africa and the world discussing about sustainable solutions to help environmental conservation. To see more about this visit the Legacy Foundation website.

* How do you define success?
Seeing things you work hard for bloom.

* What’s the best advice anyone’s ever given you?
Be yourself, ask for less and thank more.

* What’s your favourite book or film of late?
It takes a village” by Hillary Rodham Clinton

* If you could get anyone to become a part of the bloomtrigger project who would it be and why?
Lisa Hansen, she is passionate about conservation and all her life and travel are based on the subject. She has dreams for a greener world and puts her efforts into matters that support the environment around the globe.

* How do you go green in your daily life?
I use bio fuel briquettes for all my cooking and boiling, and I also train individuals and organized groups about the importance of planting and conserving our trees by using alternative fuels produced from domestic waste.

* What would you most like to happen to protect the planet?
I would like to see every person plant at least one indigenous tree or help plant a tree every year during their lifetime.

* Do you have a favourite quote you can share with us?
“The future is ours”.

* If you found yourself stranded in a rainforest, what is the one thing you would like to have with you?
A mosquito net.

Can you think up one more interesting question that we should be asking for this interview, but have not thought of yet and then answer it?
What would happen if rainforests disappeared?

There would be lack of pure air, increased temperatures and high levels of poverty!

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Interview with Jaya Srinivasan Bloomtrigger Ambassador

July 26, 2012 § Leave a comment

Jaya Srinivasan
Jaya Srinivasan at the hills in Moulsecoomb, Brighton.

Jaya hails from a coastal town in southern India and has spent most of her life in love with the hills and the sea. She holds an engineering degree in Computer Science and is now studying for a Masters in International Relations in Brighton. She enjoys reading and writing, and hopes to live in the Himalayas some day. Her favourite rainforest animal is the Royal Bengal Tiger, also India’s national animal, sadly endangered now.

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* What inspires you?
Happy people; the spontaneous smiles you see on strangers’ faces on the street.

* What makes you angry?
Indifference towards small things than can help bring about positive change.

* What is your personal mission?
To work hard at contributing, in my own small way, towards improving the lives of those for whom each day is a struggle.

* If you were Prime Minister, what would be the first thing you would change?
The first thing I would want to work for would be the rights of children around the world- too many suffer unnecessarily as a result of the grown-up’s mistakes.

* Why did you agree to become a bloomtrigger ambassador?
For the cause it embraces – where would we be without Nature?

* Can you describe a typical workday?
I’m a student, so most of my time goes into reading and working on my dissertation, with a bit of travel thrown in at times.

* Can you think of a place or event you have been that has really inspired you?
I can’t think of one particular occasion, but I pick up random bits of inspiration from various places or events. What impresses me most is the passion with which people do things they really care for.

* How do you define success?
Being comfortable and happy with whatever you are doing, and not feeling that given a chance, you’d like to change things altogether.

* What’s the best advice anyone’s ever given you?
To live in the present without worrying about the future- I tend to do that a lot.

* What’s your favourite book or film of late?
Favourite film: Senna, the documentary based on the famous F1 driver’s life.

Favourite book: A Confederacy of Dunces, at the moment.

* If you could get anyone to become a part of the bloomtrigger project who would it be and why?
Roger Federer, because he is so widely respected and recognised, and known for doing his bit to help the underprivileged as well.

* How do you go green in your daily life?
Trying to save electricity and water, minimising the use of plastics, recycling, etc.

* What would you most like to happen to protect the planet?
Generating as much awareness as possible. It’s not difficult, we just need to make our minds up to look after the planet.

* Do you have a favourite quote you can share with us?
“Those who do not want to imitate anything, produce nothing.” – Salvador Dalí.

* If you found yourself stranded in a rainforest, what is the one thing you would like to have with you?
A nice, thick book.

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Interview with Peter Hancock Bloomtrigger Ambassador

July 18, 2012 § Leave a comment

Peter Hancock
Peter Hancock planting a native tree up on the northern tip of New Zealand.

Peter Hancock lives in East London, UK. For over 20 years Peter worked in the communications industry initially as a Development Engineer, then moved through various analyst and team management roles involving IT Systems and Business Processes. Increasingly aware of sustainability issues, over the last 2 years he took the opportunity to improve his knowledge on this and climate change and consider how his professional experience might contribute to solutions. He’s also sought to develop new skills involving public outreach and awareness of his own community through volunteering with local conservation and recycling charities. If he had to choose a favourite rainforest animal he would go for the spider monkey.

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* What inspires you?
Meeting and hearing about people who are willing to persevere with activities in keeping with their principles. This needn’t be from high profile people it could be the person next door!

* What makes you angry?
Extravagant use and waste of resources.

* What is your personal mission?
This continues to evolve but it involves using any skills and experience I have to offer that will help the communities I live in be sustainable.

* If you were Prime Minister, what would be the first thing you’d change?
I’d work on the framework and policies that allow investment in cleaner technologies. I would also aim to build job opportunities in those areas and break down any silo/either-or structures that might exist between meeting treasury targets and addressing environmental needs.

* Why did you agree to become a bloomtrigger ambassador?
I was really impressed by the method used to address the areas of sustainable development, education and tackling biodiversity and climate change. Like many things they are all linked and this is reflected in the approach used. It’s already shown in the pilot how small contributions can add up to changes on a large scale.

* Can you describe a typical workday?
Lately my working days can be quite varied. Recent weeks saw me working on the recycling project in my borough talking to residents about their views and needs, attending events related to sustainability and business in order to meet people and pick up new ideas, I helped out at a local green fair and I also spent a couple of days on a sustainable systems course.

* Can you think of a place or event you have been that has really inspired you?
The time I’ve spent working on voluntary and local projects has been inspiring. This is because of the people I’ve worked with and met in the neighbourhood as a result of the work. It’s been fantastic to hear from so many people who are keen to work at doing things which enhance the quality of the areas they live in.

* How do you define success?
Being able to achieve a balance in your life and with the world around you is a pretty good goal.

* What’s the best advice anyone’s ever given you?
The only thing you can ever try to be truly in control of is yourself.

* What’s your favourite book or film of late?
Of late I’ve been watching many of the David Attenborough ‘Planet’ series which I missed first time around. I’m going through the ‘Blue Planet’ series right now and find the camerawork and descriptions amazing.

* If you could get anyone to become a part of the bloomtrigger project who would it be and why?
As I have been watching his series, David Attenborough himself comes to mind. He has been such an influential figure in raising awareness of the challenges that are facing the planet.

* How do you go green in your daily life?
I try and stay aware of the resources I’m using and keep my consumption levels at a reasonable level. The change in pace and focus I’ve had means I’ve tried out such things as going vegetarian five days a week, growing my own vegetables and where I can using the cycle or walking to where I want to go.

* What would you most like to happen to protect the planet?
Greater awareness and action by nations about the impact from changes to climate and biodiversity.

* Do you have a favourite quote you can share with us?
I recently read E.F Schumacher’s ‘Small is Beautiful’ and liked ‘Character…is formed primarily by a man’s work. And work, properly conducted in conditions of human dignity and freedom, blesses those who do it and equally their products.’

* If you found yourself stranded in a rainforest, what is the one thing you would like to have with you?
A sharp knife would be useful for such things as building shelter and making a fire.

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Interview with Lydia Hales Bloomtrigger ambassador

July 12, 2012 § Leave a comment

Lydia Hales
Lydia Hales crossing a hanging bridge in Borneo.

Lydia Hales is originally from a smallish beachside town in Tasmania. The intensity of the landscape there is just beautiful, from the dry summer heat to the green of the bush and mountains and the starkness of the sea in winter; “It will always be home regardless of how much I love travelling”, she comments. She studied marine biology and zoology in Townsville, North Queensland and is now studying a Master of Journalism in Melbourne. She has always loved to write and will never stop being fascinated by nature, so she hopes to build a career combining the two! Her favourite rainforest animal would be a tie between any kind of wild cat and the orangutans, which she spent time with in Borneo last year.

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* What inspires you?
People who are truly passionate about what they do and pursue what they want out of life. People who are selfless and who appreciate the small things. My family and my amazing and varied group of friends.

* What makes you angry?
When people are unnecessarily wasteful, or don’t appreciate what they have. It’s easy to take things for granted sometimes but it makes such a big difference when you take a moment to put things in perspective. Also, when people treat animals as though they can’t feel.

* What is your personal mission?
For more people to appreciate how truly beautiful the environment is, and to cherish each animal for the part it plays – not just the cute and cuddly ones. People will only protect what they love.

* If you were Prime Minister, what would be the first thing you’d change?
I definitely wouldn’t want to be, it would be a horribly tough job! There are so many groups that need to have their needs met. Many of the things I’d truly love to do if I was Prime Minister would be far too idealistic – I know in reality there always has to be some kind of compromise. But I’d start with the small things, which can still really go a long way.
– More education on how much of a lasting impact we can have on the planet, targeted at all age groups and organisations.
– Getting people to turn off appliances, air conditioning/heating and lighting etc when they don’t need them.
– Sticking to the promise of committing 0.5% of Gross National Income to Official Development Assistance (foreign aid) by 2015.

* Why did you agree to become a bloomtrigger ambassador?
I think the approach that Bloomtrigger has taken is really clever: so many people are on the internet, it makes sense to utilise it. Buying virtual blooms is accessible and gives people who normally might not be able to help in an environmental-based campaign a chance to contribute. Focusing on education in primary schools is also a big investment in the future and shows a commitment to instigating long-term change. I think it’s an exciting project.

* Can you describe a typical workday?
I’m still studying at the moment, so in between university, work, social life and exploring a new city I don’t really have a “typical” day to describe!

* Can you think of a place or event you have been that has really inspired you?
While I was in Borneo we went to the Orang-utan Rehabilitation Centre in Sepilok. While it wasn’t as amazing as seeing them in the wild like at the Danum Valley Field Station, there was a moment where a mother orang-utan came down to get some food with her baby. She sat on the platform and cradled her baby in front of her, then she kissed her baby on the lips. The expression on both the mother’s face and the baby’s as she looked up at her mum were so beautiful. Knowing how much these animals (and many others) have suffered, and continue to suffer, due to human practices, I felt guilt and sadness. I felt like if I did something with my life that protected this kind of beauty then it would be a worthwhile life.

* How do you define success?
Finding balance, and being at peace with yourself. Being resilient. Doing the thing that makes you feel alive. Not being consumed by “work”.

* What’s the best advice anyone’s ever given you?
“If you really love something, find a way to do it, right now.” / “Life is not a dress rehearsal.”

* What’s your favourite book or film of late?
I’m currently reading What is the What by Dave Eggers.

* If you could get anyone to become a part of the bloomtrigger project who would it be and why?
Schools everywhere – involving all age groups to spread the message.

* How do you go green in your daily life?
I’m vegetarian, but recently trying to follow a more vegan lifestyle – aside from not eating animal products, also not using cosmetics or products made from or tested on animals.

* What would you most like to happen to protect the planet?
For humans to realise that the planet and everything in it does not exist just for us to exploit. We might have higher-functioning brains but there is nothing smart about destroying the place in which you live.

* Do you have a favourite quote you can share with us?
“For most of history, man has had to fight nature to survive; in this century he is beginning to realize that, in order to survive, he must protect it.” ― Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

* If you found yourself stranded in a rainforest, what is the one thing you would like to have with you?
A good pair of leech socks? They’re really interesting animals but I’m not a fan of them when they’re attached to me!

* Can you think up one more interesting question that we should be asking for this interview, but have not thought of yet and then answer it?
Addressing issues related to the environment can be somewhat overwhelming and confusing. How do you overcome these issues?
I think if you try to consider absolutely every issue then you can get caught up in it all and become overwhelmed with all the things you “should” be doing. As individuals we can’t turn the entire world around and fix every problem, but we can still have a huge and long-lasting impact. When it comes to environmental issues, reading widely and critically is important.

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Interview with Celina Leila Coelho Bloomtrigger ambassador

July 5, 2012 § Leave a comment

Celina Leila Coelho
Celina Leila Coelho in Barigüi Park, Curitiba-PR-Brazil.

Celina Leila Coelho is from Belém-PA (Brazil), it is in the middle of the Amazon forest. When she was little, she loved to go to the zoo, where the most beautiful and mysterious animal for her was the black ounce (a type of jaguar). She is graduate in advertisement and finishing a post-graduation in social management and sustainability in Curitiba. She is also a part of several initiatives, such as AIESEC-Belém (Biggest students run organization in the world), HUB Curitiba (an international coworking space) and Follow the Women Brasil.

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* What inspires you?
Creativity, innovation, perseverance and meeting people who do things that seem almost impossible.

* What makes you angry?
Intolerant people who are small minded and do not respect other peoples point of view.

* What is your personal mission?
I want to help other people to realize their visions for the good of the community. In today’s world of increasing globalization people have a lack of responsibility in their own community. So in order to improve communities and peoples quality of life, we need to be empowered to take action and I believe that is the key to long term prosperity and sustainability.

* If you were Prime Minister, what would be the first thing you would change?
Well, if I was in power in Brazil I would be the president not the prime minister and I think the most important thing would be to invest in education and in news ways for learning. Because in Brazil we are taught to be part of the bigger organization and not to think for ourselves, we need to invest in the long term, so people can question the way the things are done.

* Why did you agree to become a bloomtrigger ambassador?
It was an honour to be invited, I think this is a good initiative and it can make the difference, besides its very easy to be a part of it, anyone can help the cause.

* Can you describe a typical workday?
Now I’m applying for a master degree, so a typical workday for me is reading and writing, probably in a cafe or in the coworking space at the Hub.

* Can you think of a place or event you have been that has really inspired you?
I worked in a NGO located in Bogotá, Colombia. I was inspired because the people who lived in the community and who were part of the project were very poor, but they did many things with very little.

* How do you define success?
Living according to my values.

* What’s the best advice anyone’s ever given you?
An aikido sensei (A non-violent martial arts master) once told me: If there is a sword pointing in your direction, you tend to see only the sword, but a black belt can see the entire context and thousands of alternatives around the sword. To emphasise his point he demonstrated this in front of me.

* What’s your favourite book or film of late?
I love Invictus, the film about Nelson Mandela and Women who run with wolves by Clarissa Pínkola Estés.

* If you could get anyone to become a part of the bloomtrigger project who would it be and why?
You! who is reading this right now but is still not a part of the bloomtrigger project. What are you waiting for? Hurry up and join us!

* How do you go green in your daily life?
I think that the first step to be truly sustainable is to start asking questions: From where the clothes that I wear come from? And what is the impact that I cause when I make a decision? when you begin to question these things, then the true sustainable consciousness appears. So I wonder if the decisions I make today will impact in the future.

* What would you most like to happen to protect the planet?
I would like for people to become more tolerant about other human beings, respecting the people who you don’t know is the way for us all to share a healthy planet.

* Do you have a favourite quote you can share with us?
I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul – William Ernest Henley.

* If you found yourself stranded in a rainforest, what is the one thing you would like to have with you?
A raincoat is very useful to protect you from the rain, it would also be a shelter and besides it is possible to capture rainwater.

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Interview with Marta Rubio Bloomtrigger ambassador

June 26, 2012 § Leave a comment

Marta Rubio Marta Rubio in Spitalfields Market, London.

Marta is a creative, dreamer and fighter! A talented woman originally from Saragossa, Spain, who is currently living in South London. Since 2008 she has been designing and producing projects to raise awareness about cancer. She is now making a short film and documentary. She loves travelling, discovering, learning, animals, above all, animals which can fly. If she was an animal she would be one of which can fly.

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* What inspires you?
Living, wake up in the morning and thinking I have the opportunity to do everything I want to.

* What makes you angry?
Why make people suffer when is so easy to make people happy?

* What is your personal mission?
To transfer my positive attitude towards life to others. I try to achieve my dreams and help to the others to reach theirs.

* If you were Prime Minister, what would be the first thing you’d change?
If I were Prime Minister I would get crazy.

* Why did you agree to become a bloomtrigger ambassador?
If you had the opportunity to help this project, wouldn’t you do it?

* Can you describe a typical workday?
I hate routine so I don’t know what a typical workday is.

* Can you think of a place or event you have been that has really inspired you?
I am living in London and I come from a city where almost everyone is an artist so, I can’t say only one, but I can say hundreds. However, you don’t need any event. Go to any forest, park, beach,… and you will see how you feel inspired. I always find the inspiration in nature.

* How do you define success?
Success in my opinion is living as you want, achieving your dreams… and to value the simple things in life.

* What’s the best advice anyone’s ever given you?
Let’s dress slowly that I have to rush (Vístete despacio que tengo prisa).

* What’s your favourite book or film of late?
Film: Into the wild. / Book: The Alchemist and Eleven minutes by Paulo Coelho.

* If you could get anyone to become a part of the bloomtrigger project who would it be and why?
I thought about a good person and friend. In my opinion it has to be a good person who I already know would help. The climber Carlos Pauner. He has the most important characteristics. He loves nature, he is a good person and always does his best to help others… He once went to the other side of the world where he climbed, he got to know someone who needed a home for his family, he built a home, he paid the money, he did it all with his own hands and he made sure that everything went well. It is just one of his anecdotes I know well. He goes, he builds, he puts his effort in and he swears to help…

He was the person who fulfilled the last dream of my father. My father wanted to fly and he took him up in one of his planes. It has been and will be the most beautiful gift I have seen in all my life. He fights for his dreams but also helps others to get theirs.

* How do you go green in your daily life?
Recycling, saving water, helping small charities and I love giving away everything I don’t use, because we don’t need the most things we have. I’m a  fan of reusing things, furniture… everything I have is from the bin or someone gave me… you would have to see. Things which you can turn into something better, something beautiful.

* What would you most like to happen to protect the planet?
A miracle.

* Do you have a favourite quote you can share with us?
“Happiness is only real when shared” – Christopher Johnson McCandless.

* If you found yourself stranded in a rainforest, what is the one thing you would like to have with you?
Imagination, which I already have.

* Can you think up one more interesting question that we should be asking for this interview, but have not thought of yet and then answer it?
Why do you think that we have chosen you to be a Bloomtrigger ambassador?
Because I will do my best to help you!

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Interview with Charles Cotton Bloomtrigger ambassador

June 21, 2012 § Leave a comment

Charles Cotton
Charles Cotton in a park of London playing his mandolin.

Charles Cotton lives in King’s Cross, London. He is a student, he did an undergraduate degree in biochemistry and is now working on a PhD on carbon fixation mechanisms/biofuels. His favourite rainforest animal is the lemur, “those guys are awesome”, he says. He has only ever seen them in a zoo in Zurich though, he would love to get out to Madagascar to see them in the wild! He can’t forget the rainforest plants though, that’s mostly what he is about.

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* What inspires you?
People making bold decisions for the right reasons.

* What makes you angry?
I try to get angry as little as possible these days, you can be passionate and effective without anger! I’m passionate about social mobility and increasing people’s personal valuations of the environment.

* What is your personal mission?
To make it possible for everyone regardless of background, geographical location, income and education to be able to live a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. I think a big part of what drives me is believing you have to make it possible for people to do the sustainable things they probably already want to do (like drive a car without burning fossil fuels, or protect the rainforest in a meaningful way, not burn kerosene for lighting).

* If you were Prime Minister, what would be the first thing you’d change?
I think the very first thing I’d do is shift our economy in a much bigger way towards renewable energies looking at other heritage countries like Germany (who recently hit a day of 50% solar power supply) for some tips.

* Why did you agree to become a bloomtrigger ambassador?
I like the idea of getting people more personally involved in rainforest preservation, of it being a bit more than just a bank transfer.

* Can you describe a typical workday?
Life as a scientist is very variable, and as yet I’m still very junior so there’s still a lot of “learning by trial and error”! The short answer is probably, go in, move some colourless liquids around, see if something somewhere has grown or hasn’t, go to a meeting, struggle with a new technique for a couple of hours and sit down for a bit scratching my head  and thinking about all the things that just happened. Then I leave with a vague sense of satisfaction that I may just be a little bit closer to understanding what I didn’t understand the day before.

* Can you think of a place or event you have been that has really inspired you?
Amersham. Zone 9 on the tube. I was surprised too. Spent a weekend in the countryside in a friends cottage in some fields and it was perfect.

* How do you define success?
Making either more people happy or the same number of people happy for longer than you did the last time you thought you had succeeded.

* What’s the best advice anyone’s ever given you?
Be excellent to each other. It’s technically from Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure so I guess it’s not advice from anyone but it’s still probably the best thing I’ve ever heard.

* What’s your favourite book or film of late?
The Secret Life of Trees – Colin Tudge. I wish I was joking but that book is too good to joke about.

* If you could get anyone to become a part of the bloomtrigger project who would it be and why?
Good question. I think you’d want someone who has a big voice, it’s a simple message it just needs spreading! So Oprah Winfrey, why not.

* How do you go green in your daily life?
I’ve been making incremental steps since I was maybe 17, trying to fly less, I turned vegetarian about three years ago, I cycle around London, I recycle really obviously when people are standing near bins, I cook outrageously tasty vegetarian food to try and convert people.

* What would you most like to happen to protect the planet?
Proper valuation of our natural resources. This is such an umbrella concept, if we valued oil properly (i.e. for making plastics, cool chemicals) we probably wouldn’t burn it to move from A to B. If we valued the rainforest properly for the benefits it can and does bring, it probably wouldn’t be efficient to burn it and cover it with cows.

* Do you have a favourite quote you can share with us?
“When I saw I was under attack from all sides, I knew I was on the right track.” – Man Ray.

* If you found yourself stranded in a rainforest, what is the one thing you would like to have with you?
A quality jokebook. Nothing like a sense of humour for a bit of strandedness.

* Can you think up one more interesting question that we should be asking for this interview, but have not thought of yet and then answer it?
What’s your favourite website (apart from bloomtrigger.com obviously!)?
They don’t update so much, but when they come out I generally like these RSA Animates a lot: http://comment.rsablogs.org.uk/videos/ and I’ll admit to reading reddit.com a little bit too much.

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