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After Ice Bucket Challenge, challenge Facebook, which was to overturn a bucket of ice water on his head and publish video, users now share a list of books that inspired them and should invite their friends to do the same thing.
Book Bucket Challenge đang là thử thách được cư dân mạng Việt Nam liên tục thực hiện trong những ngày gần đây.
Ice Bucket Challenge movement has subsided somewhat over the social networking world. However, its influence is still completely original when another batch Bucket Challenge was born. Most prominent on several social networking Vietnam today is Book Bucket Challenge.
Even though the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge swept up the world with its gushing enthusiasm, numerous contractions emerged in its wake. From being accused of slacktivism that offers a medium of escape from donation, to being called a staunch enemy of droug...
Let the world know what left a mark on you. Take the Book Bucket Challenge today! (Don’t forget to add the hashtag #bookbucketchallenge to join the parade!)
The mobile learning revolution is creating a lot of buzz in the education world, and the benefits undoubtedly stand out. But nothing exists as a purely positive entity. While the movement toward “m-learning” (as those totally in the know call it) marks a change in how education approaches technological developments, anyone considering the developing tools needs to research the downsides before making the leap.
The Book Bucket Challenge, a sequel to the viral Ice Bucket Challenge, has become the latest fad among young social network users in Vietnam, as they share their interest in reading, have fun, and hopefully inculcate a habit of reading among youngsters
There's a new fad on Facebook: people are making lists of books that "changed their thinking." I'm impressed and pleased that people are publicly expressing their love for the written word but I have to call all of you out: stop lying, you...
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