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As the Xcapedcat has been silent for so long, what better way to restart blogging, than with a post about why we all should blog more. And as we are the xcapedcat-crazy-team we wrote the post live on twitter and also stringed Sunil ( @gupshupblog ) along to write the […]

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Of cold quiches, bad jobs and the feeling to be in the wrong movie every day. This post contains strong language, swearing and stuff like it, if you do not agree on reading such things abandon all hope or leave this post now. I am not responsible for any damages […]

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We all die, some of natural causes and some of illness. – And then there are the cases for the amusement of the Death Angels. We thought we do not only educate you about the enormously upopular ways of dying but also the similar clever ways to avoid the said […]

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You had a bad day too? Poor you, life sucks right? No problem, the @xcapedcat’s papa and mama are here to help you get through it. It’s not a mental illness nor a sentimental issue, it’s just a bad day that you will recover from, and fall in it again […]

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Citizens of the world are increasingly demanding more from their leaders, organizations and businesses, and humanitarian organizations are no exception. We expect them to have a sound moral compass because of the nature of their work. Yet financial abuses, arrogant CEOs and workers embellishing statistics of grant reports are just […]

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Guest Blogger: Sarah Lenssen from #Ask5for5 Family photos by Mike Fiechtner Photography Thank you(insert blog name) and nearly 150 other bloggers from around the world for allowing me to share a story with you today, during Social Media Week. A hungry child in East Africa can’t wait. Her hunger consumes […]

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The biggest 21st century achievement is the establishment of free media that has been a strong and robust recourse against abuses of power within the democratic structures of modern societies. It is not unusual for the three traditional areas of power – legislative, executive and judicial – to make mistakes […]

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As the countdown to 2012 in Pittsburgh, has begun, and during some short and some long plane and train rides home, I am sure there has been lots of reflection happening in the minds in each and every delegate, as well as everyone that has been involved in One Young […]

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One Young World is a global youth leadership summit, bringing together 1,200 delegates primarily under 25 from over 170 countries worldwide. Unlike any other event in the world, One Young World gives delegates the kind of media platform and forum afforded ordinarily only to those who lead countries and corporations. […]

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