Simonas Žilinskas on Making GovTech happenE-democracy | GovTech | Startups4 months ago
My obsession with numbers and graphs 📈intensifies and I present you - the Number of the day (series that will last 2 days tops): 70% of corruption cases involve the use of anonymous companies. Solution? more Open Data 📦
The world’s dirty money by the numbers

Gabija GrušaitėAuthor of Stasys Šaltoka, Co-Founder of Qoorio & Vieta
"56% Share of EU citizens surveyed by the European Central Bank who had never seen a €500 note by 2009, seven years after they started circulating." Wow, these numbers are mind blowing
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Jacopo Pizzi on What's happening in Italian Politics?Political science grad, IT Consultant, Italian, English and French speaking10 days ago
This weekend in Italy there will be a referendum on a constitutional reform. The same days, there will be regional elections in 6 regions. If you are interested in knowing something more about what's going to happen and what impact the vote will have on Italian government. Please feel free to ask

Jacopo PizziPolitical science grad, IT Consultant, Italian, English and French speaking
However I don't think this vote will led to a crisis of the actual government. For non European there won't be significant repercussion since new migration law are not under discussion for now
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Adomas Matusevičius on How to make a warehouse work?Logistics pro. In an interesting way.19 days ago
What to do to do nothing? In today’s hyper effective office workplaces you are tempted to think that doing nothing is some sort of a sin. Having nothing to do is a waste of your time and consequently - of someone else’s money (usually your bosses). Manufacturers used to call it (and some still do) a downtime and a downtime usually means inefficiency a.k.a. - a loss. But in the same way that the workplaces in offices have become hyper effective, the workplace of a service provider, blue collar worker has become more unpredictable: orders are erratic, plans usually are more of a fairy tail than a thing to follow and uncertainty is the most certain thing. Loosing time as a service provider is quit often a normal thing - some orders get canceled, plans are not fulfilled and forecast are a myth. On these often occasions one is tempted to find something to do. If one is not a freelancer and has a boss, the boss usually encourages that seeking of “self worth”. So, how can doing nothing in this case be good? You want to be useful, your boss wants you to be useful. Who is wrong here? Doing nothing usually will not bring you more income on its own, but it can be a useful measurement tool of your success. Figures vary from industry to industry, but if you, as a service provider, can reach a “free” or “lost” time portion of 20%, you are on a right track (german industry standard). In this case, doing nothing (but you need to be sure, that there is nothing planned to do) and measuring that free time will let you know how much free time in your process you have. Never mind, that that time can’t be immediately used - it is the measurement of the whole process, not that particular task. I would like to link some references for these insights, but it’s just my experience and the way I was lucky to use it. Using that free time and reaching a goal of 20% as a service provider could be another topic for the future.
Ronaldas Buožis on Making a documentaryCinematography, tech and boats5 months ago
Every day we are surrounded by huge amount of visual information, and my job is to make it visually appealing for a viewer to watch. For 13+ years I have been responsible for every shot made in various commercials and movies. One of the biggest achievements is a documentary movie about famous Lithuanian athlete Rūta Meilutytė “Rūta”. Once you go through the whole film-making process any other challenge is a piece of cake. I am happy to share my knowledge on any chosen topic and to help you see the field from the professional and personal perspectives.
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