Spoke at the panel discussion on Generation Y and the Emerging Power of User-generated Content at the IDC conference alongside some prominent bloggers from Asia. Amongst them, Kenny Sia of kennysia.com, Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan from the Compulsive Confessor; and Daryl Tay from Unique-Frequency.
Check out the post for more details and picture recap on my trip to CNET Singapore as well.
Introduction from the panel moderator, see my logo on the slide? cute right?
Me in the middle
The next Web Wednesday Hong Kong social mixer will be held on 5 December and will be featuring Mr. Sean Seah, General Manager of ZUJI at their sofa session interview and he will be sharing the ‘ins and outs’ of running an online travel company in Hong Kong, a busy city where people are used to calling up their travel agent for deals.
For more details on the event, visit the Web Wednesday Hong Kong website or click on their Facebook event page.
Here’s the excerpt –
If you’re a frequent YouTube user or to a certain extent, an addict, I just might have the application for you. iDesktop.TV, previously known as the YouTube Desktop, first launched its beta in August this year and was renamed and relaunched just last week.
The user interface let you watch multi videos on one screen by utilizing multiple players and there are four different aspect ratios for playing the videos. Videos are pulled off YouTube and the searching functions work just as well if not better. In addition, iDesktop.TV also allows users to import playlists or favorites from their YouTube user accounts.
Apart from all that, the single most useful function is that you can download any video and save it as avi, mp4 (ipod), mov, 3gp, 3gp2 (mobile), mov, wmv, flv, exe (built in standalone player) or even zip formats……
My new entry over at CNET Asia Community Blog is up. This week’s entry, “My love-hate relationship with iPhone (bonus: got my iPhone working with Bluetooth stereo headphones for calls and music)”. Click here for the link.