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Underground 89 @ Rock School – 28 November 2009

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Underground is on 28 November 2009 at Rock School, doors open at 9:30pm.  Head on down and catch some vibes.  For more info on the artists, head over to http://www.undergroundhk.com.

Source – Underground

November 19, 2009 Posted by | Bars & Clubs, Event, Hong Kong, Music, Underground | , , , | Leave a comment

CNET Asia Community Blog Entry – The Hit-and-Misses of Oxford’s Word of the Year 2009


My new entry over at CNET Asia Community Blog is up. This week’s entry, “The Hit-and-Misses of Oxford’s Word of the Year 2009”. Click here for the full read.

November 18, 2009 Posted by | Beyond Geekiness, Blogroll, CNET | , , | Leave a comment

First Look Video – Palm PIXI

Now this reminds me how a Palm phone should have worked. Cheap, doable and……

Source – Mobility Today

November 18, 2009 Posted by | Gadgets n Gizmos, Mobile Phone, Palm | , , , | Leave a comment

Should Bloggers Have to Reveal Ties With Brands

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In this issue of Media, I have a chance to share views together with three others on whether bloggers have to reveal their ties with brands, click here for full read.

Source – Media

November 10, 2009 Posted by | Blogroll, General, Hong Kong | Leave a comment

Web Wednesday v.30 @ Roxie – 6 November 2009 – “Ma Yin Jeo 2.0 – Secrets of Running a Successful Online Presidential Campaign” with Charles Chuang

FRIDAY 6th November at a NEW VENUE, Roxie (formerly, the saucy strip club “Goodfellas”), Ground Floor, No 24-30 Ice House Street, Central (just down the street from The Fringe Club and the F.C.C.).

The topic is “Ma Yin Jeo 2.0 – Secrets of Running a Successful Online Presidential Campaign” with Charles Chuang, Taiwanese Internet entrepreneur and open source social enterprise activist.

The night kicks off at 6:30pm and ends around 9:30pm, there will be an entrance fee of HK$100, unless you’re a bona-fide student, in which case it’s HK$50. This includes one complimentary drink. All other drinks are at Happy Hour prices. 10% of entrance fees to Habitat for Humanity’s work in China: http://www.habitatchina.org/e/default_home.asp

Source : Web Wednesday Hong Kong

November 5, 2009 Posted by | Event, Hong Kong, Web Wednesday, Web Wednesday HK | , , | Leave a comment