Can you believe email is 40 years old? According to this article, this month 40 years ago the first email was sent out.
You can imagine how life has been changed since email is taking the place of mail. At least we do not have to spend time writing on a piece of paper and dropping the mail in the street posting box.
We don’t think of death until one day death is so close, whether it is related to someone you know, or of your own.
Since Steve Jobs died, people are viewing his commencement speech at Stanford University online more than ever and indeed it is so remarkable.
In this address, Jobs told us three stories.
Steve Jobs has passed away, but Apple is still the talk of the town.
One day before we heard the news of the death of Steve Jobs, I met an academic outside my office building telling me how anxious he was in waiting to receive his new Macbook Air. In the past he has mentioned to me he was so delighted to use his iPad.
The new iPhone has been announced. To our surprise, it is not iPhone 5, but iPhone 4S.
That is why The Sydney Morning Herald claims this is an evolution not a revolution. Apple fans still desperately need this upgrade even though it is considered a mild disappointment.
iPhone is taking 40% of Australian’s market share and it’s growing more popular than ever.
How many cameras and lens do you currently own? One, two or three?
How much you think is enough?
This is a simple question but the answer is not simple.
From a recent news report we learn that Australia is now an underachiever in education.
The reason is simple: the funding from our government is scarce.
Students from overseas have been the main revenue of our local universities for many years. Now with Australia dollar is on par with US dollar, many have made their way to other continents.