India Gate is a monument build in the 1930s in memory of India soldiers who died during first wold war. I was surprised to see something about France written on it, close to the top.
One week already in India and I finally got to go to some sight. Today I visited the India gate, Humayun’s tomb, Lotus Temple, Qutub Minar, Chhattarpur Mandir.
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A lot of trainer will say the same, one of the major problem when training adults is to connect with them and make them feel accepted so you can set a safe and efficient learning environment.
Here are some tricks and tips on how to setup this safe learning environment.
1 – Be early.
Here is the map.
Iran is surrounded by several countries. Turkey, Iraq, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, and across the golf, Saudi, the Emirates and a few other tiny ones.
I have been literally traveling the world and went to odd, interesting, strange, welcoming, funny and bizarre countries like Greenland, India, South Africa, Chile or Japan. But this week I had to go to a different country. Iran.
In order to fly there I chose to use the direct Finnair (AY) flight from Helsinki to Dubai and to use short Qatar Airways (QR) flights to get to Tehran.
I have had some problem with my Tripit badge on the left of the screen. For some strange reason it wouldn’t load on my Google Chrome. It would load if I would open this page with Firefox or IE though. The weirdest thing is that after loading it from Firefox or IE, I could then load it with Chrome.
So I decided I would take a different approach and cache the badge somewhere.
Here is how to do it:
Here is the code of my badge:
TuneIn Radio Pro: very good online radio player
Wunderlist: to do list
Tripit: traveler helper
Trapster: drive safely by knowing in advance where are the traps and accidents or road works ahead.
This summer I finished a partial rewrite of the FM (Fault Management) module of the NetAct OSS ADM3 Troubleshooting class.
I have been compiling lots of troubleshooting guides and troubleshooting techniques into this course and applied it to all the FM processes of a regional cluster.
It has now been tried several times and it seems people are liking it.
If you want to follow this course, contact your local NSN solution manager or go to the academy website if you’re an NSN internal and enroll for the course OS9033 (customers) or OS9034 (internals)
Easy as a breeze:
APN Name: TeleFinland
MMS protocol: Wap 2.0
APN type: default
All the rest, don’t touch.
My Nexus one has been a good friend for the past year but now I am running into problems with the power button.
I had 2 options:
– open heart surgery, order the replacement unit and change it myself.
– flash the phone in order to remap the power button to the trackball.
I chose the second option as it was available to me right now.
I followed this guide: