I last updated my portfolio 15years ago. Decided to spiffy it up for 2021. We’re almost there.
I was so glad to finally tell my story about Humanwire to The Principal Post. If you are not familiar with their model, have a look, they are designed to give people a fair chance to tell their story. I can not tell you how excited I was to learn that such a group exists, the world needs this in a big way.
In 2003 I pitched the idea of publishing a blog to New School’s Parsons. “Ok.”, said Sven Travis. I invited Josh Kinberg, Alison Lewis and Frank-Yu Lin. We started posting on November 11, 2003. I believe it was the first university blog in the U.S. if not the world. It takes some effort but you can find all the posts via a.parons.edu/~juliaset and juliaset.com on the way back machine. See: Juliaset on the Wayback Machine
10 Years later and we’re still waiting.
See the original Twitter Down Art Collection from 2008 at https://www.dembot.net/2008/02/01/twitter-down-art-collection/
Today we celebrate the successful entrance of 250 Syrian students into the public school system in Lebanon. Humanwire’s brick-and-mortar Butterfly Effect in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon prepares children to enter school for the first time in their lives.
Humanwire Report, October 2017 by Andrew Baron. Almost a year old as a non-profit, here is a look at where we are today as a company, and our plans for the future. View video on Vimeo.
Facebook has dramatically changed their algorithms over the last couple of weeks which affects reach. When someone signs up for our Humanwire page on Facebook, that’s a way of saying, “I want to see Humanwire posts”. But as you prob know by now, FB will not let that happen for the vast majority, and throttles … Continue reading Facebook Further Limits Reach
Today we are as excited as ever to announce that Humanwire’s brick-and-mortar Butterfly Effect Center for displaced children in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon has been awarded a $50,000 USD grant from the Royal China Round Table Foundation (RCRT) based in the United Kingdom. RCRT is a charity which originates and finances impactful projects around the world focused … Continue reading Humanwire’s Butterfly Effect Awarded $50,000
Overview The Butterfly Effect Center is a solution for refugee children growing up in a world without education. The majority of displaced children around the Earth have no access to educational offerings and after three years out of school, statistically, it will be too late: the majority will never go back. The Butterfly Effect Center, … Continue reading The Butterfly Effect Center 2017
Xenia Mathys teaches a music lesson to Syrian refugees at Humanwire on Friday in Boulder. (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer) FROM THE DAILY CAMERA: http://www.dailycamera.com/cu-news/ci_30939635/cu-boulder-student-family-provide-gift-music-young In middle of the night, magic of Mozart and more shared with distant audience The honey-colored glow of the Sundown Saloon’s neon sign illuminated faces of rowdy youth out late … Continue reading CU Boulder student, family, provide gift of music to young Syrian refugees