Robin Cook

April 30, 2015
curing kids

Meet Jonathan Pitre – the Butterfly Child

Jonathan Pitre is 14 years old. He was born with Epidermolysis Bullosa. Since his birth, Jonathan has not known a day, or even a moment, without pain. But, Jonathan’s story is not about his pain, and once you meet him you will be forever transformed. Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) is a […]
April 5, 2015
solar technology

What Happens When You Put Together the Latest in Solar Technology Training With the Newest Class of Military Veterans?

Vivint Solar Grabs the First Class of Graduates from the New Solar Energy Training Camp Vivint Solar, headquartered in Utah, provides all the tools necessary to help homeowners design or retrofit their homes to be solar energy reliant. Services include everything from designing individualized energy-efficient systems, to installation, to long-term […]
March 22, 2015
posting to the net

How One Viral Tweet Has Turned the Table on Bullies

Sean—Dancing Man, as he is affectionately known throughout the world—is a Londoner who was simply enjoying himself at a concert. Dancing carefree, Sean caught the eyes of a cameraman and his buddy who began laughing at him, at which point Sean stopped dancing and looked down to the floor dejectedly. […]
March 3, 2015
green house

Good News for South Africa’s Lower Middle Class Home Buyers

Affordable housing is on the way South Africa’s society and economy continues to recover from the decades of apartheid, even though the system was removed 20 years ago. Still high on the list of needs is affordable housing, especially in the urban centers of the country. Approximately three million homes […]