Archive for June, 2010

Jun 28 2010

World’s 1st-ever Dual Touch Screen Laptop from Toshiba

Let’s welcome the Toshiba Libretto W100, the world’s first-ever dual touch screen laptop manufactured by TOSHIBA in celebration of their 25th anniversary. The laptop weighs 819 grams and it runs on Windows OS. With its two screens, you can use the laptop as an e-book reader and a fully-functional laptop too.  Both of the two screens [...]

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Jun 26 2010

Win an Instant $5 or $3 in BloggityBoop’s Mini Contest

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I have a mini-contest going on in my other blog – Bloggityboop (CONTEST POST: and you can instantly win $5 by giving the best answer to the question: What is the most special birthday present that you received and why? I’m also giving $3 for the 52nd commenter on the contest post.

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Jun 26 2010

No Blogging For Soldiers – China

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China already has many rules on web censorship but this one is new – NO BLOGGING for soldiers. Wan Long, the political commissar of the People’s Liberation Army announced that “Soldiers cannot open blogs on the Internet no matter (whether) he or she does it in the capacity of a soldier or not.”  Apparently, this [...]

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Jun 04 2010

Animate Sketches with SCRIBBLE

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Students from the University of Michigan successfully came up with the SCRIBBLE. It is a handheld touch screen, sketchpad-like gadget which can turn a series of sketches and drawings into animations – instantly. The Scribble follows the principle of the ‘flip book’. Basically, you have to draw a series of images and then the Scribble [...]

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Jun 02 2010

Why Women Are Better Than Men In Onsite Sales And Marketing

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On a recent study conducted by researchers from Columbia University and the University of Alberta, results showed that a woman’s touch can encourage men and women to take risks – even financial ones. This study was published in the journal, ‘Psychological Science’.

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