Open Web Asia ’08 started. I wrote here that WiFi connection worked well yesterday, yes exactly, the signal was strong enough, but I found I couldn’t get bandwidth enough to bring live pictures with Ustream, because a number of audiences using WiFi came together in a very tiny room of the hotel. Andrew Shuttleworth, an… Continue reading Open Web Asia ’08 – Video Report
Countdown to Open Web Asia ’08
As announced a lot here on Asiajin, Open Web Asia ’08 is held in Seoul tomorrow, where web industry CEOs, experts and venture capitalists come together to talk about the future of web in Asia. I just arrived here at Sheraton Grande Walkerhill a few hours ago, and I was wandering around to check the conference venue.… Continue reading Countdown to Open Web Asia ’08
Register for Open Web Asia ’08!
Open Web Asia ’08 is just two week ahead. Don’t forget to register and attend! Now, our registration form is much improved. If you had any problem to register before, please try again with our new form by Amiando. Open Web Asia is a rare occassion for Asian Web industry people to gather in one… Continue reading Register for Open Web Asia ’08!
Open Web Asia ’08 conference announced
Open Web Asia ’08 conference has been announced to be held on 14th October 2008 in Seoul, Korea. 後ろに日本語の案内があります。 — “The first pan-Asia web technology event bringing together executives, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists from throughout Asia” October 14 2008, Sheraton Grande Walkerhill, Seoul, Korea in association with the 9th World Knowledge Forum Open Web Asia… Continue reading Open Web Asia ’08 conference announced
Tokyo2point0 event: Google Cloud and Korean Internet Ventures
This month’s Tokyo2point0 was held at Nishiazabu Super Deluxe with two sessions. Google: Programming the Cloud After (very) short talk on marketing pitch of Google Cloud usage, Gregor Hohpe from Google Inc. talked on technical/architectual advantages of Google engineering system and external services. It is explained that the characteristics of Google’s services are formed by… Continue reading Tokyo2point0 event: Google Cloud and Korean Internet Ventures
Hangame: Japan’s No. 1 online gaming site
Japan is known as the world’s No. 1 producer of high quality video games. After all, companies such as Nintendo, Sony (Playstation) or Sega are rooted in this country. In the light of this, it seems strange that the leading online game service in Japan comes from Korea: Hangame (only accessible with IE). At certain… Continue reading Hangame: Japan’s No. 1 online gaming site