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Dusan Vrban
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Anyone from #Boston ? You may drive into your water reservoir for an interesting submerged village ride. :)
 
The forming of Quabbin Reservoir required the destruction and flooding of four towns. Learn about them on @ar-tour.com/guides/stories-of-submerged-towns/the-lost-towns-of-quabbin-valley-usa

#SubmergedTowns   #travel   #QuabbinReservoir   #USA  

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_One of two things generally happens during that first week. In the first scenario, I get an email from an ecstatic mother or father saying, “I can barely believe it, Johnny slept through the night for the first time in years,” or “Johnny had a normal bowel movement,” or “Johnny said two new words yesterday!”

That’s what I hope for. The second scenario is... I never hear from the family again. There may have been tantrums, or an adjustment period related to The Diet that proved too much for them, and they decided to pursue another avenue. That’s not to say that everyone sees a miracle, or that there’s no middle ground. Some of the results are less obvious, such as more eye contact or less redness in the face, but generally speaking, we see positive changes. Any change is a good sign. The Diet is only the first piece of the puzzle. We must continue from here, layering in interventions until we get the desired, end result _

From the book Healing the symptoms known as Autism. 

Not really sure the whole process is valid and helps. But this is certainly the truth part. :)

#autism   #diet   #solve   #treatment
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The submerged towns stories continues. Where will it takes us?
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Art. :)
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Memories of Bled 3 years ago: ar-tour.com/guides/bled-in-the-early-spring.aspx
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Special, double rainbow yesterday.
Look, one rainbow. Wow, look another above. Yeap, not bad for an evening with friends. :)
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Had fun yesterday at this scene. Fisherman and sea gull were synchronized. Up. Down. :) 
 
Fisherman and sea gull, synchronized. Up. Down.
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Okay, maybe before there was more fish :)
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Bring it on.
 
In Olden Times
When I was young, the world was different. You couldn’t do anything online, because there was no online. To see your friends, you had to go physically locate them, because we didn’t even have cell phones (I know, and dinosaurs roamed the earth. It was so cool when we finally got electricity!) We sometimes missed out on a get-together because of our primitive communication methods, and it was even possible to miss a particular episode of a tv show. Unimaginable, right? If a friend was in trouble, you had to pick them up and take them out drinking   cruising past the house of the person they had a hopeless crush on   home for mom’s cooking  somewhere, or go over to their place with a thermometer/bottle of wine/supply of chocolate/box of kleenex.

I’m not really nostalgic for those times. I had fun with my friends. But I was also bored, a lot. There was so much wasted time. Rewinding videotapes was a drag. Waiting for letters from my boyfriend who was in Europe for the summer was frustrating, even though the stamps were cool. I’m a lot happier and more self-confident now than I was then, and I have way better taste in shoes.

Besides, as an introvert who sometimes isn’t in the mood to make eye contact, with a personality type which makes 96.2% of the American population regard me as an alien life form, I like wired society. I love being able to make friends with people all over the world at the touch of a button, with an added bonus of being able to meet them for a castle-storming or to destroy someone's spacecraft. I delightedly shop in the middle of the night in my pjs. I get excited about being able to do more than one thing at the same time, even during meetings. I haven’t rewound anything for years, and I’m no longer doomed to boredom if I forget to bring my book with me.

As an introvert, who doesn't think what people look like is important, and wants to let them define themselves, I might actually prefer online friendships. What’s not to like? There’s a worldwide talent pool, and you have flexibility of time, lack of logistics, and multiple types of communication which you can change on the fly. Where else do you find people with the time for a serious, long conversation .. which can be interrupted, saved and resumed as necessary? Or people who are obsessed with the same esoteric cooking ingredients and obscure musical genres? Even people who tolerate your belief in the existence of gnomes! Yes, there are times when I’d prefer a real hug to a virtual one .. but that’s not a dealbreaker. I can have chocolate and wine delivered. I can listen just as well .. maybe better, because less distractions .. on the phone. And if an online friend ever really needed my physical presence or help I would go in a heartbeat, just like I would for anybody I care about “in real life”.   

My kids are growing up in a world that’s almost unrecognizable in many ways to those of us who remember the pre-technology era. I sometimes can’t relate to their social lives (what possessed you to invite three different girls to the homecoming dance?), their educational experiences (yes, girls do talk to each other about who asked them to the dance), and their approach to problem-solving (no, you can’t just not show up) .. and I expect that feeling is going to keep increasing like compound interest. But, on good days at least, I find it .. well .. exhilarating. Different isn’t always worse, or even bad. Sometimes a change of perspective is exciting and spurs creativity.

Besides, I firmly believe that every generation since the dawn of time has had the “omg young people today, too many changes, everything is falling apart” mentality, so it’s hard-wired. And I’m enough of a rebel to want to grin and say “bring it on!”

And on bad days, there’s always chocolate.  
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World of flooded miracles being discovered.
 
A magnificent palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in India. Learn about it on @ar-tour.com/guides/stories-of-submerged-towns/jal-mahal-india

#SubmergedTowns   #travel   #palace   #lake   #India  

//Image source: http://incredibleindiatours.com/favourite-places-india-jaipur/
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Time for some scuba diving through the centre of an old village. :) 
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+Zex Konjina​'s got a point, +Dusan Vrban​. You better take that into consideration when you calibrate your Android phone water sensors. 
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  • Kainoto
    Changing routines, 2006 - present
  • Spem
    Marketing research, 1998 - 2001
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    Marketing, IT and HRM management, 2001 - 2006
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    Marketing research, 1997 - 1998
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    Market research project, 1996 - 1996
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MarketingIT and HRM expert, with strong preferences to photography, psychology, leadership, google, internet and cloud technologies. You may as well add me to football (soccer) circles.

Want to sell me something? You must have an awesome product or service. Otherwise I'm ignoring you.

I will put you in circles if I sense you might bring added value to my life. No, I will not circle you only because you have great body and awesome lips. You need some good own posts, make some plusses or interesting comments. Engage, not just think you're awesome because you post, but do not respond to comments.

I will not circle you because you're an amazing SEO expert and need 20k followers to be the king.

I have established own brand and company Kainoto. Besides hundreds of other projects I have managed, I happen to develop:
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Listened more than talked.
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  • Faculty of Business and Economics Maribor
    Marketing Masters, 2000 - 2007
  • Faculty of Business and Economics Maribor
    Bachelor Degree, 1995 - 2000
  • High school for electronics Maribor
    Electro technician, 1991 - 1995
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Dušan Vrban
Fantastic food, hospitality. Feels great.
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Friendly, modern apartments in a typical coastal old village.
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Best sugar in town. :)
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Old school, really a local restaurant as it was 50 years ago. Not modern stuff, but lots of great food.
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