Recently I encountered a little accident and thought I should keep this little note written somewhere. We, Sri Lankan are usually reluctant to go for medical advice when damage appears to be small. “Ah.. it’s nothing. It’ll heal.”, is it? We get most of our medical expenses covered by the government, and for these little things we are less likely to spend a night or two at hospital.
What now, Mobitel?
Recently I wrote about Mobitel LiveScreen because I was unhappy about the experience.
As soon I published that on my Facebook page (850+ likes), it instantly took vast public attention. So far it reached 13,000+ people without targeted advertising. Given my page’s member base is small, the post made a significant reach. Unless advertised none of my other blog posts ever reached more than 500 people on average. By the time of this writing, I’ve seen more people have started to voice against VAS scams which is a good trend.
මතකයේ ඇති සිද්ධියක්… (මිදි තිත්තයි)
රටේ දැන් දැන් සිද්ධ වෙන බරපතල සිද්ධිත් එක්කම මට එකපාරටම පරණ යමක් මතක් වුණා. 2005 අවුරුද්දෙ උසස්පෙළ නිමා කරල රජයේ විශ්වවිද්යාලයකට යන්න සුදුසුකම නූලෙන් මිස් වෙලා රාජගිරියෙ රසායන විද්යා ආයතනයෙ උපාධිය හදාරන්න යන කාලෙ ඇහිච්ච, හිත කලකිරවන වචන කීපයක්.
Vote for Sri Lankan Telecentre Projects!!
eIndia 2010 is the India’s largest ICT event, which is to be held on 4-6 August 2010. As part of this programme, there’s an award ceremony which covers six categories; e-gov, digital learning, e-health, e-agriculture, telecenter and municipal IT.
Under the telecentre category, there are three submissions from Nenasala‘s of Sri Lanka, for the Innovative Grassroots Telecentre Initiative of the Year award. They are,
- Nenasala: Rural Knowledge Centres – Submission from ICTA
- Digital Local Language Content Competition – Submission from
Nenasala ICTC, Haldummulla.
- Fishing Lanka – Submission from Weligama Nenasala.
- Lak Aruna Telecentre – ( Lak Aruna Foundation – ICTA, e-Society Project)
Please visit http://www.eindia.net.in/2010/awards/ and submit your vote. You don’t need to register, but you’ll need to provide your email address. One person, one vote.
Guys, you know what to do… 🙂