Oct 02, 2010
With all this social media around I have asked myself if Jesus would have tweeted: "Performed miracle at Cana wedding. Guests thirsty and restless. Asked mum to fetch more water”, or "Cranking out a few parables after lunch with Stephen Fry"?
Sep 20, 2010
V9 Design & Build is pleased to announce the launch of its new website in Laos today. Our goal is to provide Laos companies and individuals with a web presence to promote goods and services in Laos.
Sep 04, 2010
In this week's Economist, it expounds on the future of the internet. They argue that there is a virtual counter-revolution in the making, one that has powerful forces of fragmentation that are "threatening to balkanise it". I don't agree.
Sep 02, 2010
Imagine Arthur C. Clarke's third law: "any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic" and that Harry Potter's "magic" will soon be realised through advanced technologies nearing a "Singularity", the dawn of a new civilisation.
Aug 28, 2010
The advance of social media discourse could be harshly described as a continual distraction of rapidly-sampled psychotic diatribes from multiple silos. This, it is said, is one of the profound questions about the narcissism of the modern psyche.
Jul 26, 2010
An article in The Guardian newspaper claims that Rupert Murdoch’s online version of the Times is losing “almost 90% of [its] online readership”. Transposing business models of print media into online deserves an unrighteous kick in the pants
Jul 11, 2010
Google said it was “very pleased” that the Chinese government has renewed its ICP licence, thereby resolving a six-month stand-off. Had it not done so, it would not have had the platform to develop and market Android on the mainland.
Jun 24, 2010
Britain's experts have challenged the new British chancellor of the exchequer, who claims to have delivered a "tough but fair" budget, while Nietzsche warns us to withdraw from the idolatry of they, the superfluous ones, that the state devised.
Jun 21, 2010
A recent report issued by the OECD paints a gloomy picture for the future of newspapers. However, according to The Economist, the publisher of Bild and Die Welt "recently recorded the most profitable first quarter in its history".
Jun 02, 2010
A number of media commentaries have predicted eruptions of social unrest in Europe, some with revolutionary connotations, as a direct result of the economic crisis and that Thailand has just suffered the consequences of these and other struggles.