Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Vintage Internet Safety Video for Kids

I wonder what the young teeny bopper "accidentally" saw on the Internet that made his eyes go wide?

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Mystical Moment: Aurora Borealis

The magnificent beauty of nature is captivated in this magical video of Aurora Borealis.

The Aurora from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo.

Norwegian landscape photographer Terje Sorgjerd spent one week around Kirkenes and the Norway-Russia border, in -25 Celsius temperature, to make this magnificent time-lapse video of the Aurora Borealis.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Big Voice from Tiny Girl Named Maria (Lady Gaga's Born This Way)

Check out this talented little singer as she belts her version of Lady Gaga's Born This Way!

Friday, February 4, 2011

Mattel Launches Cute Social Media Campaign: Ken and Barbie on Match.com

This is such a cute and clever digital campaign by Mattel. Combining both online (Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Match.com and YouTube) and offline efforts to spread its message, this creative and timely campaign has just won me over. More fun-filled details about the campaign can be found on Mashable.

Good luck Ken! I hope Barbie takes you back :)

Happy Valentine's Day to Ken and Barbie! 

Oh great! Spammer created a Facebook account with my Gmail address

Fantastic! I woke up with morning with 10 SPAM messages from Facebook in Chinese!

Looks like spammers are creating Facebook accounts with email accounts they find. Of course, I didn't confirm the Facebook account.

Instead, I reported it to Facebook to have it disabled immediately. You can also send an email to disabled@facebook.com for more information.

However, it's interesting how I was able to receive these SPAM messages (below) before I even confirmed the Facebook account.

Hopefully, this will do the trick!

Friday, January 21, 2011

Qwiki: Introducing the Information Experience

Qwiki at TechCrunch Disrupt from Qwiki on Vimeo.

Pretty impressive presentation about the future of search - Qwiki, software that verbally and visually presents information on computers from search queries.

According to the company's website, Qwiki has created some buzz particularly because its software generates presentations of information directly from computers -- humans don't produce visual layouts, embed videos or photos themselves or feed data to the software, it does all that on its own.

Friday, January 14, 2011

How Jack Dorsey Succeeds Through Simplification

Jack Dorsey, the cofounder of Twitter, talks about his latest startup, Square, a revolutionary service that enables anyone to accept credit cards anywhere. Square offers an easy to use, free credit card reader that plugs into a phone or iPad. It's simple to sign up. There is no extra equipment, complicated contracts, monthly fees or merchant account required.