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To Complete Recycle Bin Recovery, This Is What You Should Know

To Complete Recycle Bin Recovery, This Is What You Should Know | BeBetter | Scoop.it

Recycle Bin recovery seems quite difficult to us if the Recycle Bin is emptied or the files are further deleted from it; however, it is not the case,. This tutorial shows how to restore deleted files from Recycle Bin in Windows and Mac. 


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Anna's comment, July 7, 2016 10:33 PM
Thank you very much, Kenneth. :)
Anna's comment, July 7, 2016 10:35 PM
Thank you so much, Arnie.
Anna's comment, July 8, 2016 3:43 AM
Thank you very much, Catherine. :)
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Singapore, Kindness and a Story Game-A Biz Can Do This Too!

Singapore, Kindness and a Story Game-A Biz Can Do This Too! | BeBetter | Scoop.it

Kindly Ever After, a Fairy Tale of Graciousness to Come True

Kindness is in everyone. The Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) wants to encourage everyone to start, show and share kindness.

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SINGAPORE, 7 March 2013 – Students and parents will have something to look forward to this term break as the Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) announced today the launch of its first mobile game application, Kindly Ever After. Through a series of tightly-woven storylines, players are reminded of the importance of being kind, gracious and friendly in communal spaces.

 

Held at Orchard Xchange, the launch attracted lively participation of commuters, many of whom were working adults and students. Despite the morning rush, commuters stopped by the Kindly Ever After game counter to try out the game.

 

Kindly Ever After is the brainchild of four students from the Singapore Polytechnic. With Diploma in Games Design & Development, Tng Bing Rong, 19, Chng Yang Da, 19, Jack Kew Zi Jian, 19, and Shawn Cheah Chenxuan, 19, drew inspiration from the timeless closing phrase, “happily ever after”, in fairy tales.  The game features four animated stories that are real-life depictions of ungracious acts often seen onboard public transport, at hawker centres, on public roads, and in cyber spaces. Players will first be engaged in the tales of graciousness before embarking on their quest to eradicate ungracious acts committed by characters in the game.

 

In each stage, the player will have to “fire” the kind spirit towards the unkind spirit to transform the latter into a kind soul. As the game progresses, obstacles get increasingly challenging at each level. The aim is to transform unkind spirits into kindhearted souls to create a friendly and gracious environment.

 

Read More: http://kindness.sg/blog/2013/03/07/kindly-ever-after-a-fairy-tale-of-graciousness-to-come-true/#.Ul-pM5ROrEz

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, October 16, 2013 6:58 PM

Right on the heels of the last article I curated about the future of storytelling comes this article about how the Singapore Kindness Movement is using a storytelling app that's a game. The purpose is to promote being kind, gracious and friendly in communal spaces.


This is exactly wha the Wild (?) Future of Storytelling article was mentioning: stories will make the world a better place.


This is a very short article but delightful. The stories in the app are based on fairy tales. And each story is interactive.  Sounds like fun.


For businesses, it begs the question about how you want to use stories, and in what innovative ways can you do so? Would it fit with your Vision/Purpose to create a story app in a similar vein to Singapore's app? Hmmmm.


Many thanks to colleague Evelyn Clark @corpstory for pointing me to this post!


This review was written by Karen Dietz for the Just Story It curation on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it 

malek's curator insight, October 17, 2013 7:23 AM

Karen Dietz keeps hammering this fact:  our product, idea, or personal brand, is dead on arrival.Without a compelling story. Here's another inspiring example from Singapore

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How to Recover Data from Not Formatted Hard Drive

How to Recover Data from Not Formatted Hard Drive | BeBetter | Scoop.it
If your external hard drive keeps asking you to format it after you have tried all kinds of solutions, you can download free MiniTool Power Data Recovery which is an excellent program that brings file recovery to Windows to have a try. Follow these steps to carry out data recovery process from not formatted external hard drive:  

Step 1. Launch MiniTool Power Data Recovery, and then select "Damaged Partition Recovery". You can see this module is specially designed for recovering data from damaged, RAW, or formatted partition when moving mouse over it. So it is most suitable for not formatted hard drive data recovery. 

Step 2. Then select the external hard drive to have a full scan (We take a 16 GB Kinston flash drive for example here). The scanning time depends on the capacity of your data in it. 

Step 3. When the scanning is finished, Power Data Recovery will show you the files it has found in the hard drive in tree structure. Tick the files and click "Preview" to check whether the files are the right ones. Note: you can press "Filter" button to choose specific file types to be shown in the middle pane. 

Step 4. In this step you are expected to click "Save" and then choose a safe location (usually it is another hard drive) to store all data you have selected. After that, wait for the success.  https://www.powerdatarecovery.com/hard-drive-recovery/external-hard-drive-needs-formatting.html

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Anna's comment, July 4, 2016 10:00 PM
Thank you, Lynnette.
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So glad you like it. Thank you very much, JP Fourcade. :)
Anna's comment, July 5, 2016 12:03 AM
So glad you like it. Thank you very much, JP Fourcade. :)