How Internet Communication Is Different From Face to Face Communication

How Internet Communication Is Different From Face to Face Communication

Internet Communication is all about virtual reality while face to face communication is all about genuine reality. How else are they different? What really is missing from Internet Communication? Any ideas? Read on to find about.

Internet Communication can be done by Viber, Skype or Facebook video chat. Continue reading How Internet Communication Is Different From Face to Face Communication

A Happily Ever After for Chatbots & Messaging Apps?

On the aftermath of their debut on messaging apps, chatbots have been at the epicenter of an ongoing conversation about personalisation. Why did this collaboration happen? And how far will this go? It’s time to take a deep dive.

In the ’60s, renowned media analyst Marshall McLuhan argued that the ‘Medium is the message’. He was certain that it had a role in shaping and controlling “the scale and form of human association and action” up to an extent. According to this theory, the medium embeds itself onto anything it transmits, and it directly influences the way the actual message is perceived. Continue reading A Happily Ever After for Chatbots & Messaging Apps?

Dealing With Common Windows PC Problems To Improve Efficiency

Dealing With Common Windows PC Problems To Improve Efficiency

If you rely on your PC to get most of your work done, then you understand how frustrating even the slightest computer issues can be. One of the best ways of ensuring that your computer performance is efficient and reliable is by at least learning to solve common problems. There are a number of Windows PC problems that can easily be solved getting you back into enjoyable performance and they include the following:

Slow computer – It is one of the commonest problems among Windows users. Continue reading Dealing With Common Windows PC Problems To Improve Efficiency

Microsoft Paid How Much for LinkedIn?

    Microsoft Did What?

      Many heads were scratched and shaking in disbelief this June when Microsoft announced it was acquiring the popular business social network LinkedIn for just over $26 billion dollars. What was Microsoft thinking?

    First off, LinkedIn is a profitable company. Not as profitable as some wish they were, but with an EBITDA margin of 26% and free cash flow of $300 million, LinkedIn was doing pretty well on their own. Continue reading Microsoft Paid How Much for LinkedIn?

Avoiding Digital Probate

Many of my friends are professional musicians, just like my saxophonist grandfather.

It’s a tough life. For all but the top few, it means barely scraping by, in exchange for opportunities to do what they really love – opportunities that are diminishing year by year.

Musicians inhabit the same world we do, however, and that means they have all sorts of digital connections.

In fact, they’re more likely than most to use mobile banking, so they can deposit checks from their gigs instantly. Continue reading Avoiding Digital Probate