Shamsia Hassani prefers the medium of graffiti art and often paints over bullet holes

A burka isn’t a cage, if you take off a burka it isn’t freedom. Freedom is in the mind.

Here is a wrap up of great articles I found worth reading from the internet this week

First of a series of conversations with some of the world’s most prominent experts on the global fight for free expression and the role that technology plays on both sides of the struggle.

Read about Shamsia Hassani who prefers the medium of graffiti art (a term no one has heard in Afghanistan before), and often paints over bullet holes.

View story at Medium.com

Read  Google’s Eric Schmidt exclusive article on how he sees artificial intelligence developing, why it is experiencing such a renaissance and where it will go next.

Read how a principal -Nancy Hanks – met a student she expelled, and it changed her approach to discipline.

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Ivan shares his lessons learnt as an Android App Developer

The growing popularity of Android platform inspires many to take up Android App Development. But few persist to become good at developing quality Apps.

Ivan is someone who has been able to do just that. In his blog he shares how each of his App was instrumental to make him better.

For instance he writes that the one App that inspired him was a two-hour project.

Originally developed to make me a millionaire, once 1,428,571 users purchased the app as Google takes 30 cents out of every dollar, The Dollar App was made to test my merchants account.

Little did I know that years later I will receive an email from a happy mom stating that it was the best dollar that she ever spent since her boy was smiling every time my app gave him a hug.

Like wise every App he created has a Story to tell. His tips and advice is quite valuable to anyone who is considering App Development.

You can read the rest of the Article here.

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