In Cambodia these days, people start to smell politics and rumors. As news organizations are doing their job to serve their audience, they also have to do in a much more competitive manner than ever. Thanks to the Internet, newspapers are able to deliver news content to their readers over the Internet. As Cambodians are […]
This is a full email interview I gave to Colin Meyn, an editor at The Cambodia Daily, on social media in Cambodian politics. It’s conducted on 13 June 2013. The last answer was quoted in this news article: With Limited Media Access, Opposition Turns to the Web [by By Colin Meyn and Phorn Bopha – […]
A houseboat I rented for a week is located in Borneokade, Amsterdam Some daisies on houseboat There are two bedrooms; I stayed in the left one. A kitchen in the houseboat A view of Borneokade, Amsterdam
From left: Tharum Bun, Sophal Ear, Kounila Keo Where: Udong, the north-western part of Cambodia’s Kampong Speu Province Taken in December 2010 by Eric Wang
Social Media History Becomes a New Job Hurdle
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World Bank Is Opening Its Treasure Chest of Data So it might come as a surprise that the president of the World Bank, Robert B. Zoellick, a career diplomat and member of the Republican foreign-policy elite, argues that the most valuable currency of the World Bank isn’t its money — it is its information.
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Twitter for Newsrooms as a relationship-building guide
Lessons in Longevity, From I.B.M. “I.B.M. faced the challenge that all great companies do sooner or later — they dominate, they lose it, and then they re-create themselves or not,” observes George F. Colony, the chief executive of Forrester Research.