Internet users in China hit back with 'Love China MS

If you have friends from China on your MSN then you shouldn’t be surprised to see an msn window like the picture above. A Love China protest campaign is spreading through Chinese Internet users as they are adding a “Love China” icon to their MSN chat names by the thousands to show support for their country. The icon is clearly in response to Olympic protest seen in the western countries

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Blogging Your Way Into a Business – New York Times

I found this post on New York Times ‘small business’ edition to be an interesting read. It has great examples of blogger’s who have stumbled upon opportunities by writing about their experiences and expertise with passion. Many approach blogging from the lure to make the fast buck but invisible is the effort, time investment and sheer talent that is needed to make it work. I myself sometimes struggle to come

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You've got junk mail

Published in ‘Times Computing’ on March 7th 2001 Unsolicited e-mail, or e-mail you get from unknown and unsubscribed sources is a growing menace on the Internet. You get junk e-mail in different flavours — plain simple commercial advertising, chain-letters, mail-bombs aimed at clogging up e-mail servers, some stealthily spliced with viruses, worms and Trojan horses — all to wreak havoc on the unsuspecting. No one can dispute the fact that

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The new breed of Internet Executives

Published  in ‘The Education Times’ in year 2000 From growing MNC investments in local Internet companies to increase awareness of information-age strategies by Indian corporates, the writing is on the wall – the Internet revolution is being unleashed. Indian web-sites are now mushrooming by the thousands. Online shopping, booking of movie tickets, product inquiries, corporate Intranets, online recruitment, Web-EDI, personalized news services and even Web matrimonial services have hit Indian

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