How to avoid looking like a fool when ordering your corporate video

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Going straight to the point: enrol in this short online course. By me. Seriously. Over the last 15 years I’ve created and overseen the creation of hundreds of corporate videos. Quite a number of those started with customers who didn’t have a clue what they wanted, how to go about specifying their video project, what reasonable budget to put in place for it, and generally have been completely untrusting of the video producer in front of …

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next? a pouring of meandering thoughts.. you have been warned.

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It’s been so long that writing these words seem so foreign to me. When I started blogging, we weren’t limited to 140 characters, nor was peoples’ attention span. Our experience wasn’t curtailed into how fast a thumb can flick through pictures in an endless stream of blur. We had the time to actually stop, evaluate and pour thoughts into articles. Of course, newspapers and traditional media looked at us in a different way; probably like how …

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Bahrain Personal Data Protection Law coming into effect

Some of you may know that I have been on a campaign to protect data, personal data specifically, from misuse and my demands for legislation to strenuously protect that data to prevent its misuse, and to enact stern penalties on those who do misuse personal information. On August 1, 2019, the Bahrain’s Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL) comes into effect. And it seems to address my raised concerns, which is a relief not just for me, …

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Estoy disfrutando español

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I started Spanish lessons about a year ago and am really enjoying it. Our class is small, just about 7 people so we have almost a one-to-one relationship with our teacher Niurka who is a Cuban married to a Bahraini. We take the lessons every Saturday morning at the Hiraf Aldiyar in Muharraq. It’s part of the Shaikh Ebrahim conglomerate. I’m going to write some more about my experience with this later, for now, I want …

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