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MyTree.TV has a New WebPage!


A new, fresh look & a new navigation!

Dear followers,

MyTree.TV can proudly announce that the new web-Page is online now. It would be treetastic if you would follow us. Because unfortunately with the transfer of a blog it is not possible to transfer the WordPress-Followers.

The picture on the top of the new WebPage contains many important aspects of the philosophy of MyTree and you can click on it. This navigation will be improved with the next update in the near future. I hope you like the new webpage and if you have any comments you can let me know. Ah, by the way the music on the intro-Navigation-Page is composed by Helge van Dyk.Yes, exactely that’s the producer of “Jewel”. It’s Dechen-Shak-Dagsay’s wonderful album with Tibetan music.

It’s growing!

I am also very happy to have found two more TREE-Magazine-Contributors:

Elaine Harte from Ireland and Shruti from India. Welcome under MyTree! :-)

They will both receive a treetastic welcome-package with the new Postcards soon.

KEEP it green and put MyTree on Your Screen!



Watch Gandhi – The full movie on MyTree.TV

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, commonly known as Mahatma Gandhi, was the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British-ruled India. Employing non-violent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for non-violence, civil rights and freedom across the world. Watch the full movie here on MyTree.TV

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Happy 2013!?


Postcard-Design by Sandra Roth

The new Year will start with some treetastic news!

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Charlie Chaplin!

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Custodians of living history

Originally posted on National Trust Press Office:

The Woodland Trust’s Ancient Tree Specialist, Jill Butler, writes about her favourite National Trust trees and the threats facing the UK’s historic trees.

“As a tree archaeologist, I don’t find it very surprising that the National Trust for England, Wales and Northern Ireland is one of the major custodians of ancient and other veteran trees.

The ancient Ankerwycke Yew at Runnymede in Surrey. Credit John Miller

The ancient Ankerwycke Yew at Runnymede in Surrey. Credit John Miller

“One of the most special on my list would be the Ankerwycke Yew at Runnymede in Surrey. It is thought to be the location where King John, almost 800 years to the day, sealed the Magna Carta. Yews, which can live such long lives, were often used to distinguish burial or religious sites or venues for special occasions.

“The National Trust’s Ankerwycke Yew, Shugborough Yew and Newton’s Apple Tree were, quite rightly, shortlisted in this year’s Tree of the Year competition for England run by the…

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Frangipani Flowers

Originally posted on photographybycalliec:


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Lips – Pencil drawings by Christo Dagorov

Originally posted on e-MORFES:


Creative pencil drawings of lips by Switzerland-based illustrator Christo Dagorov.

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Trees Are Alive

Originally posted on wadingblueheron:

Trees Are Alive

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Katzenjammer – I Will Dance (When I Walk Away)


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Originally posted on Steffs Musikblog:

ganz unten das offizielle Musikvideo. Super!

In our cold and empty house
I lingered now for far too long
I vainly held the rosary
To pray you’d stay with me a while

But nothing seems to keep me here
The way it used to do before
This time it’s me that’s leaving you
I’ll never turn around

Cause when the laughter’s gone
I know I must be moving on

And I will dance when I walk away
Oh, I’m gonna sing
I won’t beg or pray
I will dance when I walk away
Oh, I’m gonna sing
I won’t beg or pray
No more

(Verse 2)
I’m standing at the crossroads now
The fields of opportunity
I’m ready to go anywhere
I’m full of hope and full of fear

And bridges back have all been burned

And freedom has been duly earned
I’ll remember why I’ve gone

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Yin and Yang of Patents

Originally posted on Business Of Software:

This is one of my recent conference presentations on both sides of patents and innovation, I call them yin and yang of patents. (Click below image or use this link)


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