With doctors and nurses in the frontline in the fight against coronavirus, restaurants and members of the public have been rallying around to make sure they have enough food to keep them going.
With people becoming ever-more distracted by their phones, the chair could become a place to relax and unwind.
Taking to Instagram at the end of September with the greeting ‘Hello World’, the Warsaw-based ‘influencer’ has now garnered over 2,000 followers in just six weeks, posed in celebrity selfies and struck endorsement deals with leading fashion companies.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki opened a Facebook account last week and in his first entry assured users that he would find time to share his thoughts about the future of Poland with them.
Technology from Samurai Labs will help protect Poles living in the UK from online hate speech and cyber-bullying.
The two-day Warsaw Dialogue for Democracy focuses on social media and free elections, with four panels organised with international partners involved in democracy promotion.
Mr Włodek can hit the market again with a new van and new books thanks to public donations.
With her metamorphosis into elves, princesses, videogame warriors and fantasy and sci-fi characters, Justyna Sosnowska has clocked up over 183,000 followers on Instagram and more than half a million Facebook followers.
Oxford-educated Polish vlogger Ewa Zubek (a.k.a. Eva Zu Beck) once took a fledgling start-up to 10m monthly visitors. She now hopes to do the same with Pakistan by showing her hundreds of thousands of online fans the country’s delights