Archive for September 11th, 2009

google9716937f0af296c1

google-site-verification: google9716937f0af296c1.html

Open Letter to Orange Telecom Jordan on their terrible service

Join Jordanian Blogger Nasseem Tarawneh, click on the link below. See how you can help:

 http://www.black-iris.com/2009/09/09/revisiting-that-open-letter-i-wrote-to-orange-telecom-jordan-on-their-terrible-service-call-to-action/

I like the following part of his post:

Consider it an experiment in Jordanian social media. People are constantly asking me whether Jordanian bloggers have an impact on politics in Jordan – and I always say probably not. But let’s see if we, as customers and as citizens, can use blogs and social media to impact the private sector.

I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of just writing…

Improving my English Writing vs. Improving my English Pronunciation?

This morning, I woke up after a night full of bad dreams. An idea crossed my mind of stopping concentrating on writing. But why?

Yesterday’s afternoon and evening, my second Language-Exchange meeting took place. In it, I only had half an hour out of 2.30 meeting. Despite how short my turn was, I was furstrated how writing needs a lot of practice.

What is more, I thought that I must be concentrating on something that will help me in medicine. Surely, writing will have a very minor role in Medicine.

As a result, from now on, I want to practice reading and comprehension from a book which I recently bought from Irbid:

Medical Terminology A Living Language, Bonnie F. Fremgen and Suzanne S. Frught, 3rd edition.

Concentrating on Medicine, my specialty, or conecntrating on more than one thing (medicine and writing)? I should concentrate on the former.

If I am a good doctor, this will help me –somehow- in my writing.
If I am a good writer, will I be a good doctor? Impossible!