I have been given a task to build a Wedding website for a dear friend. While researching for his wedding website, I wanted to blog my find with the fellow readers and share the development process. It is quite surprising to find that the wedding website generate large source of revenue for the web development industry. Newly-engaged are willing to pay if the website can tailor and really spark their life’s happiest moment. Continue reading →
New Window 8 requires 4 steps as compared to Window 7’s 2 step hibernate/sleep/shutdown. Not only is this considered horrific in the UI/UX perspective, it takes a very long time to load the side panel on the right.
Here is a cool tip that might be useful. Most tech savvy people have been using this trick, Continue reading →
IBM Toastmasters Club
Hone your communication and leadership skills the fun and effective way.
You’ll notice your abilities improve during interviews, presentations and event planning.
Question: What are the FEATURES/QUALITY of Toastmasters which appeal to you as an intern?
I remember when I started IBM, I was full with excitement, determination, and I was ready to become a better me by the end of my internship. What I’ve realized soon enough was to get what I want, I had to go and find it myself. I needed help, and ToastMasters reach out and helped me take that first step. Continue reading →
How Obama is effectively using social media for his presidency against Romney
In today’s world, information is transmitted instantly and interactively through the numerous social media platforms on the Internet. Social media can reach millions of young and eligible voters in an efficient and cost effective way. Before Obama’s campaign in 2008, radio and TV were the main channels of communication to the voters. The numbers and ages of the people that they were able to reach were limited, and often younger voters were disconnected. U.S. Census Data reported that approximately two million more young Americans between the ages of 18-30 voted in the 2008 presidential elections in comparison to the 2004 election . Continue reading →