Video conferencing with services such as Zoom,and has become the primary way many people stay connected during the . People have found ways to make business meetings and calls to family and friends on the platform more interesting by adding . Another Zoom trend is starting to appear: adding a farm animal to your call.
Peace N Peas Web Solutions, a North Carolina website design studio run by Peace N Peas Farm, has Mambo, a mini donkey, dial in for 1
"So far everyone is enjoying the phone calls, because people are just amazed to see a funny horse or donkey pasture that they expect to attend another boring meeting," said Francie Dunlap of Peace N Peas Farm .
Dunlap said the group got the idea from Sweet Farm, a shelter in Silicon Valley. Sweet Farm has a program called Goat-2-Meeting, where you can pay $ 100 to have llamas, goats, or other farm animals make a cameo at your next meeting. Dunlap said Peace N Peas is looking forward to bringing Mambo and others to classrooms.
Would you like to invite a farm animal to your next video conference or chat with family or friends? Go to the Peace N Peas Farm website and scroll down to the calendar. Select the desired date and time and enter your payment details (you can cancel for a full refund 48 hours before your scheduled time or reschedule afterwards) and your virtual meeting link.
Or go to the Goat-2-Meeting site and schedule a virtual tour or video cameo by clicking Schedule Your Goat-2-Meeting selecting the desired option and entering your payment carry information and virtual meeting link there too.
When using Zoom, it is important to consider thethat have come to light since the rapid rise in popularity during the pandemic. Privacy experts have voiced concerns about the privacy risks and vulnerabilities of the video conferencing software, as well as about (when uninvited participants disturb intrusions and meetings). The New York City Department of Education recently told teachers while .
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