8 January 2008

Speaking Freely

“You may remember yesterday I posted a blog on some voice recognition software that allows users to dictate their entries into a mobile phone. Following this post I received a call from Jonathan at SpinVox who offered to set me up with a trial of their service. I am always up something new so I said yes and what you …

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8 January 2008

Speaking Freely

“It’s test time on the voice recognition software. You may remember yesterday. I post a blog on some voice recognition software that uses to dictate their entries into mobile phones. Following this post I received a call from Jonathan at SpinVox who offered to set me up with a trial of their service. I am always up to something new …

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8 January 2008

Project Management Tips

Some useful tips when managing a project: Keep it simple. Stick with what works. Put the real before the ideal. Have a process but be flexible. When all else fails, just work. Make sure everyone knows the goals of the project. Make sure everyone knows what their role is and what’s expected of them. Keep track of the schedule and …

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8 January 2008

Blogging made easy – part 2

It’s test time on the voice recognition software You may remember yesterday I posted a blog on some voice recognition software that allows users to dictate their entries into a mobile phone. Following this post I received a call from Jonathan at SpinVox who offered to set me up with a trial of their service. I am always up for …

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8 January 2008

Yahoo! open up their mobile software and Intel make some bold predictions

On Monday Yahoo! announced to the world that it will be opening up its mobile platform, so that external programmers will be able to develop new applications for Yahoo pages accessed on mobile handsets.  With Yahoo’s overall growth faltering somewhat in recent years, the announcement is most certainly a strategic move to try and make up some lost ground to …

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7 January 2008

The Olympic Year and SEO in China

The 2008 Olympics is absolutely a great festival for all the Chinese, as it is the first time that China would host the game.  Almost everyone in China would pay attention to anything that related to Olympics. On a Search Expo held in Beijing in Sep 2007, it was indicated that search engine would be a big helper to increase …

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7 January 2008

Wiki Search Launched

After declaring that Internet Search is currently broken, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales spend several months of development and acquisitions to assemble the infrastructure needed to build a search engine to fix the problem. Wiki’s new Search Engine officially goes live today. Wiki Search is a product of Wiki Inc. a for-profit company wholly separate from the Wikimedia Foundation. Following a …

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7 January 2008

What is the prospect of Facebook in China?

Facebook has obtained great success from 2004 in America and quickly spread across Europe. Now Facebook put its expansion plan on China, what would happen in this so special market? 1. The conflict between gross and average. China has 162 million internet users until June 2007, but the percentage of total population is 12.3%, which is far less than global …

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7 January 2008

Blogging made easy

Writing is so old fashioned! When I write for this blog I do exactly that, write. But that could soon be, well is, a thing of the past if according to a report in the FT. Voice recognition software being used at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas allows users to dictate their entries into a mobile phone. This …

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