Short on Time?

Time2Grow #1 Damn the paradox! Full speed ahead! Apart  from   time travelers  -  which are a very rare type of people -   we all  get the same  24 hours   a day .  Similarly, monks , hermits and lone wolves are usually the only ones capable of freeing themselves without delay from the most ordinary types of everyday hassles and many other kinds of  not-so-fun   responsibilities. Ain't it cool to shave your head...? So, what does this leaves us with? šŸ˜•   Well... with an overwhelming majority of people having exactly the same amount of time in hand as you do , and – most likely – the same unexceptional daily chores and struggles ... Same "stuff", different day... We’re not all that different , although some may try to convince you otherwise. Especially time lords . They’re the worst.  Speaking of which… never trust a time lord .  Have you ever met one?  Full temporal perception … being able to observe the past, the present and the future… in any timestream . Hm

prima:News 03/2022

 Thanks to all your feedback, we are being able to continuously improve our app, week after week, so that all our users can also benefit from and use it with the highest possible degree of comfort. Technical updates Complex technical improvements were implemented, which will allow the application to run faster and to become absolutely stable. These changes will also make it easier for our developers to implement new features much faster. To-Do List rework A new functionality was implemented into the To=Do List mode. The To-do List section The pink rectangle Tasks can be directly marked as done by clicking on the "checkmark" icon, as seen above. The blue rectangle Tasks can be directly removed from the To-Do List by clicking on the "X" icon, as seen above. The yellow rectangle New Tasks can be created for the corresponding project by filling in the task's name and clicking on the "+" icon, as seen above. The green rectangle Tasks can be added int

Customer's story - Maturus, n.p.o.

Introduction (brief history, etc.) Maturus, n.p.o. is a public benefit organization specialized in the field of graphic arts. It employs creative people with disabilities. It now offers a wide range of graphic design services alongside with an eight-month training program. It helps graduates of Jedlička Institute school (school for disabled people) to work and learn graphic and computer skills under the guidance of experienced trainers. Maturus was founded in 2010 by the Jedlička Institute Foundation as part of the Vodafone Foundation's "A Year Different" programme. Immediately after its establishment, Maturus started working on various projects, for instance the agenda of New Year's cards and calendars with pictures created by students of Jedlička Institute schools. Thanks to the foundation of the social benefiting company Maturus, people with disabilities have gained employment. Question 1: What is your main mission? How do you help society? We promote the work of p