Archive for May, 2009
Here comes the part 2 of Nokia N97 sneak preview, it’s all about the software the phone uses.
Let’s have a look what we have on the main screen of the phone :-
You will be able to add up to 6 favourite widgets on the main screen and you can even arrange them according to your preference (see screen shot below). All widgets will load automatically if you have an active data plan or you are hocked up with a wireless (WiFi) network.
Some of the applications in N97 are specially developed with the collaborations between Nokia and 3rd parties such as Facebook, Bloomberg, Reuters, etc. How thoughtful that is!
I was invited to attend the sneak preview of, the real iPhone Killer (at least I think so), Nokia N97 in Kuala Lumpur (KL) last week. It was my pleasure to meet up with the people from Nokia, David and Erna. Special thanks to David for getting in touch with me and given the chance for me to have first hand experience with this long-awaited mobile phone.
Well, let me tell you all that Nokia N97 will be available in Malaysia real soon. :-)
Let’s take the first glimpse of 2 black N97 side by side :
The size of the phone is unexpectedly smaller than I thought and it’s lighter that I thought too. I don’t have a big palm and the phone definitely doesn’t look bulky at all when I’m holding it.
I owe a long due review of this copy of ebook titled “WordPress For Business Bloggers” because I received it quite some time ago from Packt. Workload was high in recent months and I just finished 2 smaller projects last week. Now I have some free time so I really hope I can finish the book by next week and post a review of it as soon as I can.
This book is for anybody running or starting a business blog using WordPress. Whether you plan to use your blog for PR and marketing, or want to profit directly from blogging, this book offers you everything you need.
As we want to get into the specifics of business blogging as quickly as possible, we don’t cover the WordPress basics. So it’s best to have some experience with WordPress before you start with this book.
The book mainly focuses on a self-hosted WordPress installation, but most of the advice also applies to blogs hosted on WordPress.com.
You can view the table of content to understand what are the topics covered in this ebook.
While I’m crunching every word in this 365 pages ebook, please feel free to take a look of the detailed information of the ebook. You may choose to order either the physical book, ebook, or a bundle of the two.