Below video is Cisco CEO John Chambers interact with Marthin De Beer, Senior Vice President of Emerging Technology Group. Yeah… so what’s new about it? Well, what’s new is, Mr. John Chambers was in India while Mr. Martin De Beer was in Los Angeles. How on earth this guys can do it? Find out here.
Commoncraft has done it again (i embed several of their explanation videos in the past). Their style of explanation is phenomenally simple and yet effective. As simple and effective as generating clones like this TV ad. This time they come up with Social Media in Plain English. This video focuses on basics of social media: […]
Read at Work is a fun geekery. The purpose of the website is to let people read at work and don’t let their boss know that they are actually reading and not working. When you visit www.readatwork.com, you’ll be welcome by a Window start page designed web page and an instruction: To Begin, click your […]
Firefox is my default browser and have been using Firefox 3 release candidate since the day they launch and really in love with it. It has been said that there are 14,000 improvements since the version 2. I didn’t really dig it but from what i feel, the version 3 is so light and really […]
This is fun. Emma Watson converted into truck driver using a.viary, an online image editing (and more) tool. A little description about the service: Aviary is a suite of web-based applications (RIAs) for people who create. From image editing to typography to music to 3D to video, we have a tool for artists of all […]
Amazon affiliate program is probably the oldest and the most successful internet affiliate program in the world. They provide a wide range of supporting tool for their affiliates. However, among those fancy and helpful tools, my favorite is always their aStore. aStore is a program for Amazon affiliates, that wishes to have their own niche […]
This tool come right on time when i decided to move another blog from Blogger to self-hosted WordPress. When updating DNS (changing servers etc), most of the times it’s just painful to wait up to 72 hours just to see your DNS propagate to the internet. The thing is, it might happen anytime soon and […]
For the last 2 weeks, i start to use another Blog Editor. I use it because i need to overcome these constraints on running and authoring self-hosted WordPress blogs: I’m authoring multi blogs. I use hosting plans with its limited shared resources. At slow loading times, i can spend mostly an hour only to publish […]
Note: This is too much geeky if you don’t run your own WordPress blog, an active Twitter account and setting up your name/aliases at Google Alerts. Somehow Twitter and Google Alerts can be very annoying if i get too much updates. But i found this interesting that connect the 2 services (and a WordPress blog) […]
I was stumbling around and found this interesting site, Worldometer, which is a site dedicated to world statistics that updated in real time. Worldometer is managed by an international team of developers, researchers, and volunteers with the goal of making world statistics available in a thought-provoking and time relevant format to a wide audience around […]
Tetris is the original time waster. It competes head to head with Solitaire in my PDA. These kind of games are also useful while wait my Firefox loads. However, i never thought this simple game could mixed nicely with Arm Wrestling (who would? I bet not even the creator!). Anyhow, Tresling is a machine that […]
I posted the initial story in my music blog. So i just want to keep this story going. Today, i tried to buy a hosting plan recommended by John Chow. When i first read the blog post, i suddenly went to the link and email the hosting provider (to the sales dept.) and they replied […]
This is fun.