Because I am caught in between all the social websites, I am trying to have a life as well. I think the following video does speak some of our geeks’ heart out, well, only occasionally.
There are few things I am monitoring lately, starting with Google’s I/O conference with much attention on the upcoming Android system, the event is covered extensively online. If you are a devel geek, and in love with Google’s awesomeness, wait for the Google I/O videos to be online.
Then I started to use Twitter more often since days ago, which unfortunately had lately a lot of down times and service outbreak because of the backend service platform they are using are not quite scalable than they had thought.
Since Estee and I started our own show with Michael Cheng and Bernard Leong, I am constantly thinking how to improve, and when I stumble upon this video interview of Leo Laporte, I am really inspired.
That’s pretty much all is happening, remember to Follow Me Me, and Kevin Lim. If you really like Leo then follow Leo Laporte and Kevin Rose.
Note the loading speed of the video is relatively slow
Awesome project done, and I really really like it, for both its creativity and the message conveyed.
Guy Kawasaki, who is going to Malaysia to give a talk soon, has a good idea on this, but I am not talking about him. He’s Gary Vaynerchuk, interviewed on CNBC on his ideas how he has realized his dream, and how they helped other people.
Here is a short video podcast we did for about two weeks, our pilot episode of the Geek Goddess show. It is created by Bernard Leong and Michael Cheng. Though it has been a tough time filming and editing it, I thoroughly enjoy working both of them on the show.
Take a look at the first episode and you’ll understand the title. From the next episode onwards, we hope to have more news for you and concentrate more on the Asian region.