Der Fanclub Animexx e.V. wurde im Januar 2000 in München gegründet. Neben regelmäßigen Fantreffen im gesamten Bundesgebiet und der vereinseigenen Zeitschrift Tsunami organisiert er einmal im Jahr die Connichi-Convention in Kassel.
Beim Animexx sind folgende Veröffentlichungen erschienen:
- Animexx Manga-Mixx
- Shinkan Special 2003 – 2005 (in Zusammenarbeit mit Egmont Manga & Anime)
- Ein Stück Wahnsinn
- Märchen meets Manga
[Bearbeiten] Awakening Our Collaborative Spirit
The physicist, David Bohm, while researching the lives of Einstein, Heisenberg, Pauli and Bohr, made a remarkable observation. Bohm noticed that their incredible breakthroughs took place through simple, open and honest conversation. He observed, for instance, that Einstein and his colleagues spent years freely meeting and conversing with each other.
[Bearbeiten] Would Gandhi Use Social Media?
If Gandhi were alive today, would he use social media? He was never anti-technology, or even anti-changing with the times. Quite the opposite, actually. If Internet technologies and social networks were around, he would certainly have embraced them -- but with a conscious mindfulness of their strengths and weaknesses.
[Bearbeiten] The Secret to Success Kindness
Take a look at these simple but powerful words from the Dalai Lama, Kindness and a good heart are the foundation for success in this life, progress on the spiritual path, and the fulfillment of our aspirations. Our need for them is not limited to any specific time, place, society, or culture.
[Bearbeiten] Not a Fairytale: Americas First Public Food Forest
Hungry? Just head over to the park. Seattles new food forest aims to be an edible wilderness. Seattles vision of an urban food oasis is going forward. A seven-acre plot of land in the citys Beacon Hill neighborhood will be planted with hundreds of different kinds of edibles
[Bearbeiten] Refugee Turned Entrepreneur Uplifts Women Abroad
While some retailers have struggled in the recession, Amber Chand, an online retailer of items made by women living in war-torn countries, is experiencing success."As the economy was going into a downturn during the holiday season, which is my primary season, I noticed actually that my company was increasing in terms of sales and revenues, and we grew by 22 percent," says Chand.