BlogDay 2010

Blog Day 2010
Today’s the day. BlogDay 31. avgust.

Šta je bre ovo, niko na srpskoj blog sceni se nije setio ovoga? Kako je to moguće. Ajd’ dobro, biću ja prva.

Ako i vi želite da učestvujete, uputstvo pročitajte ovde.

Dakle, potrebno je da preporučim pet novih blogova. Evo ih:

1. Definitivno prva na spisku moja omiljena devojčica (i po obrazovanju buduća koleginica) Leyla. Blog, i sajt sa nosivim divotama. Gledajte, ako vam se šta dopadne, naručite. Ja sam ponosna vlasnica nekoliko predivnih komada nakita.

2. Sjajan, ali sjaaaajan blog o učenju engleskog jezika. Toplo preporučujem. Kako da nikada ne naučiš engleski ! : )

3. Simpatične životne pričice. Moj tzv. život. Piše Tanja, pročitajte.

4. Smarach divno slika grad. Preporučujem.

5. Poslednja, ali definitivno ne najmanje važna, Verkić, kao mesto gde ćete uvek naći inspiraciju za otkrivanje novih blogova. Verkić, skidam kapu. Uspesi, padovi i život uopšte.

BlogDay 2009

Blog Day 2009

Ove godine evo me ponovo sa BlogDay postom.

Preporučiću neke blogove koje mi je Twitter (re)otkrio. Neki su skroz novi, a drugi su sve samo ne novi.

Evo ih, azbučnim redom (url-a):

Avramov bRlog
Nemanju mi je odavno ‘donela’  Skrabalica, još iz vremena nastanka AVrAmTAR-a. Onda mi se ‘zagubio’ pa ga je Twitter vratio. Mnoštvo korisnih IT alatki i saveta, kao i simpatičnih životnih pričica. l totally cool reklama u ćošku, na koju nikad nisam kliknula (izvini), al me uvek privlači da je odškrinem.

Dijicina blogoreja
E Dijica je skroz nova blogerka, ponikla sa Twittera. Tek će da se pokaže i dokaže.

Najdrvenija advokatska e-kancelarija
Drvena je tu već neko vreme. Ja sam prvo mislila da je ona stvarno advokat. Onda, na Twitteru shvatih da nije, da je devojka od reči i knjige. I onda mi se još više dopala, što sebe ne naziva advokaticom/akvokatkom, kako li se već to kaže kad se veštački insistira na rodnoj ravnopravnosti u  jeziku.

Džangrizanje jednog Nadžaka
Kako sam o sebi kaže: “Ekletantan egzemplar ortodoksnog džangrizala“. Oštro pero uvek je interesantno, nestrpljivo čekam šta će sledeće da nadžangriza. Od skoro je tu sa ovim džangrizanjem, al’ ga znamo od ranije sa Kutlače.

Zapisi
Još jedan interesantan IT-ovac meni prepoznatljiv po lokalizovanoj terminologiji za nešto za šta većina nas nestručnjaka koristi izraze u izvornom obliku. Deluje ponekad čudno, ali to je samo zato što smo nenaviknuti. Ovo nije samo blog, ima tu mnogo korisnih stvari koje  mi mali možemo da iskoristimo, a i mnogo onih koji su za nas ‘španska sela’. Kupio me Azbukom, Matematikom i Engleskim za male školarce.

Autore preporučenih blogova ne poznajem, ali se nadam da će na sledećem BlogOpen-u krajem nedelje neki, a možda i svi, biti prisutni, pa da se iz virtual prebace u real world.

Do tada, pozdravi i preporuke.

BlogDay 2007

U poslednje vreme, nekih godinu ili malo više, pokušala sam da se malo distanciram od svakodnevnog pretraživanja net-a i čitanja raznih tekstova na temu “posebnih potreba”. Pre nekog vremena, kontaktirala me je jedna baka, zabrinuta za zdravlje svoje male unuke, sinoć dobijem mail od devojke koja je sadržaj sa bloga iskoristila za diplomski rad na Faklutetu Političkih nauka, danas sam sa taksistom, komentarišući lokaciju stanovanja i vrtića takođe razgovarala o ovoj temi, i on je imao svoje viđenje. Ovo me je sve potaklo da vam svima preporučim neke blogove koji nisu novi, ali sam sigurna da ih niko od vas koji mene čitate nije nikad video. Ne znam ni jedan blog iz Srbije koji se bavi istom temom, znam dva-tri iz Hrvatske i jedan iz BIH, no ovog puta ću vam preporučiti one na koje sam ja prvo naišla, svi su naravno, na engleskom jeziku.

1. Grupni blog, jako dobra ideja, žao mi je što u poslednje vreme nema mnogo postova

Postcards from Holland is a group blog for families of children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses, or any physical or mental disability, and those that have lost children.
It was conceived as a creative and therapeutic outlet for parents to express their thoughts on living a family life different than the one we all envisioned. Writing is a wonderful way of working your way through the challenges of the medically-obsessed or therapy-driven life, as well as celebrating the successes.
Title inspired by Emily Perl Kingsley.

2. Ovaj je blog nekako najsličniji mom, i zaista ga mnooogo volim.

A condition in which onlookers and people in the community tell parents how terrible life must be raising a physically challenged child. This condition manifests itself through pity and audible sighing of those around you. Terrible Palsy can be deceiving because you can be asymptomatic for weeks, months, or even years, and then just when you and your family are feeling really good about your child, it can present itself in the form of a condescending pat on the head or a blessing from an anonymous busybody. Best known treatment is to carry a list of snappy comebacks in your pocket or a large bag of peanut M & Ms.Sometimes, your worst fears – when realised – are not so bad after all. Life changes, but not always in a negative way. This blog is about a family coming to terms with having a child with a physical disability and the journey along the way . . .

3. Izuzetan mladić, jedan pogled iznutra, meni je to vrlo vredno.

Growing up with Disability These are my reflections on my interview project. I am recording the stories of people living with disabilities. Personal, real stories – be they humorous, sad, angry, fun, or … whatever!

I am 21 years old and am taking a year away from college to pursue this project. I like sports, music, travel, and conversation. And, I have cerebral palsy. I believe society often underestimates the complexity of living with a disability – the joys, the challenges, the ordinary, and the extraordinary.

4. Božanstvena inspirativna priča, puna sjajnih saveta kako da živite dan za danom.

Special Needs Mom
When Zoe was just a baby, we sought the opinion of the professionals involved in her care. Asking her physicians and therapists “ What are your expectations? Will she ever walk, or talk? They were the experts, back then, and there was only their opinion.

And so we held her, nurtured her, worked with her, cried with her, fought for her and protected her. She has grown into a happy, three-year old little girl. And now, I believe, it is the expectations that we,her parents have of her- that will define her. We have become the experts. We can empower and strengthen her, by helping her develop her capabilities. By expecting her to try, before she determines she is unable to accomplish something. By expecting her to practice, before she determines she cannot learn a new task. By expecting her to pursue her interests, experience new things and develop her abilities and talents so that she will live a passion filled life.

5. Ova me devojčica podseća na Vanjinu drugaricu iz vrtića, čija je majka, negde, moj real life idol.

Lovely and Amazing
This is the story of a life less ordinary… a story of my journey with Miss Emma Jayne and the story of our evolution as we walk the road less traveled
Emma was born with Trisomy 21, also known as Down syndrome. As with all children the future is hers to make and her potential is infinite.
Emma has Down syndrome, Down syndrome doesn’t have her.