Bob Reina Talks About How Talk Fusion Will Change Lives

Bob Reina has given interviews in the past about his belief in Talk Fusion. He has spoken about how he believes the program will change the lives of those using it.

He wants families to connect on the system, and he wants to see businesses use the system for better communication. There is quite a lot that may be done through Talk Fusion, and this article explains how Bob wants to change the world.

#1: Talk Fusion Connects People Easily

Businesses and families may connect over Talk Fusion easily, and they will find it simple to see and hear everyone they care about. A worker who is operating from a secondary location may call in to the office, and there are many people who must check in for their jobs.

Bob believes Talk Fusion will help businesses reach out quickly, and families may call each other when they are too far to visit.

#2: How Simple Is The System?

The system is quite simple to use, and it may be set up on any computer at any time. bob wanted the system to be easy to use for everyone, and he created versions that may be downloaded to any computer.

According to Forbes, the computers running the program will connect directly with other Talk Fusion users, and children may be taught to use the program to contact family. An office may be trained to use the service in moments, and they will have many interesting conversations with those around them.

#3: Video Email

Bob is a big proponent of video email, and he wants to see more people using it to share their ideas. He included video email in Talk Fusion to ensure businesses may share ideas, and the emails look like a postcard that has been sent to family through the system. Talk Fusion offers a video experience that is fun for the user, and it may be informative at the same time.

Bob Reina’s work on Talk Fusion has altered the video conferencing world. Anyone who wishes to reach out across borders or oceans may do so using the simple video system in Talk Fusion.

Doug Levitt Chasing ‘The Greyhound Diaries Dream’

The satisfaction of helping the less privileged in the society fills up the heart of Doug Levitt when he is chasing the dream of giving media coverage to people in poor conditions. In his project the’The Greyhound Diaries’ which involves storytelling and photographic images, paints the picture of people who are struggling in the society. Although not many people who may appreciate the condition the country has plunged into, Doug has chosen to be the voice of the voiceless. In his media project, he has covered 100,000 miles with a vision of gathering stories, memories, songs and pictures of people who use a bus to travel.

 

 

The project dabbed ‘The Greyhound Diaries’ has made Doug to interact with people of all kinds. This is because the culture of travelling in buses is slowly dying and those who travel in them have no options. He has thus met different people and has changed his perception about the lower class in the society. ‘The Greyhound Diaries’ has been a project that the artist uses to travel and explore areas which many people in the U.S do not even know. The journey began in 2004 and has been ongoing with a vision to hit the 100,000 miles target.

 

 

The Unstoppable Doug Levitt

 

 

Doug Levitt, who is a singer-songwriter, was brought up in a family that was doing well financially and thus had an opportunity to attend Cornell University. He studied on different areas but finally settled on a career as a journalist. He worked with Cable News Network (CNN) and later moved to London, United Kingdom. His life again took a twist after he quit journalism and dived into a life of an artist. His desire for art began when he was 16 after his father committed suicide.

 

 

It was back in 2004 that began ‘The Greyhound Diaries’ with a mission to showcase to the world places people did not even know they exist. Through ‘The Greyhound Diaries’ he has recorded two records, photo exhibits, a web series, a one-man show and published writings. By the time he was quitting to join the art industry, he had worked as a foreign correspondent. Foreign correspondence work involved being dispatched to Bosnia, Iran and Rwanda.