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And Now For Some Tech Talk Of the Apple Kind

If you are interested in the kinds of social networking applications Chinese are now using today, David Feng offers some ground-level observations in this article. I’m a great fan of first hand research and observations and David offers some excellent observations. Maybe it’s been a reaction to some of media coverage of everything which has [...]

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Is Twitter the American QQ?

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past six months, you have probably heard of Twitter. Developed with Ruby on Rails, it has now hit the big time, with many companies offering client versions of Twitter, so that you don’t have to keep the Twitter web page open to record your deepest [...]

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Ruby on Rails, Agile Development and the New Website Development Paradigm

I have been spending some time researching Ruby on Rails, how it works, its development philosophy, and how it has affected web development, and will affect business in the near future. The Ruby on Railsframework was released by David Heinemeier Hansson(it’s open source) in July 2004 has had a profound effect, and has been especially [...]

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A Quick Look at 2008 and China

Is there any way at all that 2008 will not be the year of the Chinese Olympics, and by extension, China? Will we be stuck between the rise of China narrative and the sourness to the point of completely puckering up of the US media and to a lesser extent European media re China? I [...]

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What’s Wrong with China’s Internet Developers?

In the course of my work, I’m often asked, based on my experience living and working in China, “What’s wrong with China’s Internet developers?” Unfortunately, I have never attacked the problem in a systematic way and organized my thoughts, even though I should. Today, I was visiting the Signals vs. Noise website which is maintained [...]

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