Social media has been around for a long time and you would think that people in high-profile positions would be more careful with what they say in public.However this certainly wasn't the case for a certain Nike shoe designer who created a maelstrom on Twitter with his views that mocked a top athlete in the U.
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Jul. 9, 2011 will be remembered as the day Malaysians from all walks of life took to the streets to campaign for free and fair elections.
A couple of weeks ago, I blogged about some interesting developments in the telco world that would have taken place in March.Two of the three events did happen last month, with TM launching its high-speed broadband service, UniFi, on Mar.
As journalists, it's not uncommon to find companies which press conferences we attend, issue clarifications after the event has ended.But having gone to hundreds of these events, I've yet to come across one I've attended that changes the terms and conditions of their product offering a mere 48 hours after the event.
Yes, I finally did it. I've joined the ranks of millions who have started blogging since the phenomenon hit the Internet as far back as 1999.
Malaysia is mulling the creation of a cyber court to deal with the problem of bloggers who post content that may be deemed seditious.Prosecuting bloggers is not the solution.
I'm in the process of launching a new Web site for The Edge. It's to replace their current Web site.
The government has decided to order the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) to reinstate access to blocked Web sites including Malaysia Today, the popular but controversial political site maintained by Raja Petra Kamarudin.This is a good move.
The "Power of Web 2.0: Branding, New Media, Politics" forum was a success in the sense that the packed crowd truly had a fun time listening to the political stories that the panel had to share.
I'll be speaking at an upcoming forum called Power of Web 2.0 organized by the Association of Accredited Advertising Agencies.