Years ago, the first thing up and running on my computer was the internet browser. Months ago, it was the feed reader - FeedDemon. Now, the first thing I read up every morning is tweets arriving at my TweetDeck.
Yes, you can say that I am addicted to Twitter. However, I am not a serial poster but enjoy observing updates within my circle of interest. I do tweet occasionally (when geekness kick in) and here are some of my selected tweets.
Jason Jiang: There are plenty of people with bright ideas, but there are very few who can implement bright ideas.If these are within your circle of interest, follow me at @ckaywong.
According to Maxis, more than 40% of its subscribers surf mobile internet.
My dream gadget, Amazon Kindle goes international later this month, please make it available in Malaysia! http://bit.ly/ph4SR
Pathetic! Malaysia has one of the world's lowest broadband download speed, #59 out of 66 countries studied. http://bit.ly/2NQ6HX
Japan’s No. 1 Online Mall Rakuten Buys Into Thailand’s Leading E-Commerce Company Tarad. http://bit.ly/2P5aAY
Just realized Google has generated sitelinks for my blog. http://bit.ly/4CH3rS
Compilations from HMetro (khalwat's) and SinChew (celeb gossips) have always made it to the @staronline "Most Viewed" section.
@ovistore Why don't you sell mobile content in local currency (Ringgit Malaysia)?
I wonder why so many are doing McDonald's a free promo with their so called Drive-Thru VIP Stickers?
@myMaxis Foul language not accepted on WebSMS? I am impressed that you can filter out Cantonese and Hokkien ones, haha! http://pic.gd/1e85
RT @myMaxis Save up! Send & receive SMS for FREE via any PC with Maxis WebSMS at websms.maxis.com.my.
Malaysian shoppers hang out in malls, but prefer to find out about and buy products online. http://bit.ly/czgMg
Another hidden Malaysian heritage, one of the founders of plurk.com is Malaysian. http://bit.ly/4XmrB (in Chinese)
Wow, sharein is led by a Malaysian and engineered by some Malaysians too! http://bit.ly/BZskH #sharein