This is probably the most inspiring video I have ever seen. The message is simply amazing and also amazingly simple - but still, somthing we fail to see everyday.
I think the video speaks for itself.
Juan Mann and Shimon Moore, thank you for this truely inspiring video.
Originally from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vr3x_RRJdd4
Sometimes, a hug is all what we need. Free hugs is a real life controversial story of Juan Mann, A man whos sole mission was to reach out and hug a stranger to brighten up their lives.
In this age of social disconnectivity and lack of human contact, the effects of the Free Hugs campaign became phenomenal.
As this symbol of human hope spread accross the city, police and officials ordered the Free Hugs campaign BANNED. What we then witness is the true spirit of humanity come together in what can only be described as awe inspiring.
In the Spirit of the free hugs campaign, PASS THIS TO A FRIEND and HUG A STRANGER! After all, If you can reach just one person...
PS. The response to this video has been nothing short of overwhelming and touching. Hugs to every single one of you who messaged. There has been thousands of emails from all over the world by people seeking to participate in the Free Hugs campaign and asking for permission. You do not need permission. This is the peoples movement, this is *your* movement. With nothing but your bare hands you can make THE difference.
Imagine all the people.
In "Your guide to green electronics", Greenpeace ranks some top tech companies, such as Apple, Motorola, Lenovo, Dell, Nokia, HP, Samsung, etc regarding their use of toxic chemicals and electronic waste (e-waste) policies. Some surprises...
Debian is ready to change the name of Firefox in its distributions, beginning with Etch. They say it can be done within a week. The reasons stem from Mozilla's recent insistence on trademark fidelity and its preferences regarding Firefox patches. Ubuntu is also asking similar questions.
There's even a poll at Ubuntu Forums asking "What should Ubuntu do about Firefox?"