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[1 Oct 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Book Review- Inside Larry & Sergey’s Brain by Richard Brandt

It is not just a review of a good book on Google founders- it has something about me as well.

Emerging Technologies, Technology, video »

[25 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

Talk about Steve Jobs and probably the first image that comes to your mind is him claiming a stage in his trademark black turtleneck and blue jeans, talking about some uber cool stuff from Apple. Saw this classic video recently (via techcrunch) where Steve Jobs is seen delivering his first big demo- 25 years ago! Prompted me to quickly put together some more videos. The change in Steve Jobs over the years in some of the more recent videos…watch and enjoy!

Events, singapore »

[15 Dec 2008 | 7 Comments | ]
Do bloggers take a Sunday Break?

Social Media Breakfast: Attended this on a Saturday- and blogging on Monday. But I am not the only one apparently. Makes me think: Do bloggers take a Sunday Break? I think I was amongst the senior citizens in the event- what with many seeming to be about 20-ish. One of them looked like 13 years old (she was not though- she was a ripe old 22). Does that speak anything about the blogging scene in Singapore? Check out some bloggers I met at the event…

Asia, Digital Media trends, GermFeed, Hilarious, online marketing, online media, rss, singapore, social media, start up, video, web 2.0 »

[10 Dec 2008 | 3 Comments | ]
Bloggers block? Seek Seth Godin. Not Shalabh Pandey.

So you started a blog- spent a good deal of time on it. Now it looks just dandy.After days of excitement, the inevitable happens. You hit the block. Dead frigging end. What do you do? Whatever you do, do not take Shalabh Pandey’s advice. This, and some more ground breaking tips for those getting initiated into blogging.

BrainStorm, Digital Media trends, singapore, start up, venture capital »

[4 Dec 2008 | 5 Comments | ]
15 questions that wireless entrepreneurs need answered

I got in touch with Neo Wee Wu- who has founded TAWA- (Technopreneurs Association of Wireless Applications) and asked him some questions: What followed was an interesting volley of questions and answers. Read on…

Digital Media trends, Emerging Technologies, video »

[1 Dec 2008 | 3 Comments | ]
How will you search the web a few years from now? Watch this video

The search monopoly of Google is threatened by new search engines. I came across a concept that might be the next immediate option when it comes to searching the web. Read on…

social media, video »

[28 Nov 2008 | No Comment | ]
Video:Crowdsourcing=Wikipedia+everything!

Hear Jeff Howe (Creator of term Crowdsourcing) speak about how crowdsourcing is changing the face of how things are being done all across the world, in the wake of the new media

Asia, online marketing, online media, social media, web 2.0 »

[27 Nov 2008 | 7 Comments | ]
Are Asian businesses using Twitter?

We all have heard a lot about using Social Media Tools for Businesses. However, most of the examples that we see today are ‘western’. Almost no effort is visible on how have Asian businesses adopted to the Social Media phenomenon. This is more true of newer tools like Twitter.
I did a research on this lately and spent some 2 good days trying to find examples to share with Storm Chasers, i.e. readers of this blogzine. Read on and contribute to this for the benefit of everyone…

Advertising, Asia, GermFeed, Hilarious, video »

[25 Nov 2008 | 2 Comments | ]
Video featuring Bruce Lee- GermFeed from Nokia

A “GermFeed” video from Nokia featuring Bruce Lee, nunchuk and table tennis. And this is an ad for a mobile phone!

Emerging Technologies, online marketing, online media, rss, singapore, social media, start up, web 2.0 »

[28 Sep 2007 | No Comment | ]

There is an almost sudden deluge of news articles about Online media. Forget about articles, there are new magazines launched (my guess is in the last one year or so) specifically for the new media- Internet and Mobile. This is specifically in Singapore and Hong Kong¬† though I’m sure the trend replicates elsewhere in Asia as well.
Every other day,¬†someone is found propagating the virtues of online media, and with me there have been instances where mainstream advertising people think Online is going to eat up all other media in the …