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  1. Nov 2020
    1. An interesting article in the ways how different genrations use onlnie tools:

      • use of e-mail and social media
      • the way how they position camera during video-conferencing.

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  2. Oct 2020
    1. Insight

      For our communication we can use more this 'I' trinity

      Insight (insights from Diplo5 AI and data system) Impact (impact worldwide on diplomacy and governance) Inclusion (involve countries, communities and citizens who are missing in current debates).

      We can also play with I from Diplo logo.

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    1. Integrate their AI strategies with their overall business strategy

      Diplo 5.0 approach of integrating AI in our activities.

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  3. Jul 2020
    1. Videos versus GIFs Both Videos and GIFs have their pros and their cons. Some key points to consider: Videos are more efficient than GIFs, so they’re better for longer clips and high-quality outputs GIFs will “play” in the body of an email, but videos can usually only be attached In some contexts, like on Twitter, GIFs can play and loop automatically while videos require the user to click play

      it is useful guide when to use GIF and video

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  4. Jun 2020
    1. A further cultural difference is in the style of presentations. Chinese executives don’t reveal anywhere near as many personal details in their speeches as Western CEOs. Presenters don’t tend to make eye contact with the audience but read the text off a laptop they bring on stage. Slides tend to be packed with detail as a way of imparting information. Western-style slides with lots of space are seen as lacking useful content.

      An interesting difference in perception of presentation between China and the West (use of slides, etc.)

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