The second part of tips for a good presentation. If you missed the first part of this article, view it here :)
I’m totally impressed by this video A Day Made of Glass from Corning. I believe Corning again presents powerful ideas on glass to the world, and for us, it sparks endless imagination about the future world.
I searched videos about Japan Nuclear News on YouTube, too. For comparison, I took a look at the most famous Chinese Video Websites Tudou, YouKu, and Ku6 as well. I like the YouTube’s loading speed, but prefer the news format in Chinese video sites.
I am very concerned about Japanese Earthquake these days and following different sites to get latest news. I have some of them also on my iPod Touch, so that I could get updated as soon as possible. The news sites I am following are: CNN, NHK-World, Wall Street Journal-Chinese and BBC.
NoteSlate is a monochrome tablet device, all we need to do is to sketch whatever we like on it!!
I did a simple usability Analysis for Microsoft (MS) Office Word 2007 a while ago, and would like to share it with you.
Some ideas about website localization – Amazon US vs. Amazon China vs. Amazon Japan.
Emailing is an essential communication tool. Dealing with hundreds of emails per day is hard to imagine, but it’s a true story for Computer Science people and, I believe, for some other majors, too. Emails become much more important when we are doing a project. Project Managers (PMs), I believe, should be the ones who pay attention to writing good emails, as they need to make sure the team get their messages right in a very short time.
During one of my Android project development course, our professor gave us great feedback each team’s presentation. His professor’s feedback/notes was excellent and would be a great note to improve our presentation in the future.
I was totally impressed by this enthusiastic DJ – he was immersed in the music. I can tell how much he loves his job. I want to have a career that I can put so much passion into, too :)