Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Phono: A website phone.

Sales people are always looking for people and they are willing to make cold calls most of the time to reach out to clients.

What about clients making cold calls to the service providers? Phono.com is a new service that allows you to have a phone handset on your website that is always open for your clients to dial in.

It is written in javascript using jQuery and uses Flash to capture audio from the MIC. It is a new revolution in the audio aspect of the web and might change the way business is done.


Sunday, November 07, 2010

Yahoo Pipes

It is a great innovation from Yahoo folks. I has been around for long time but I have seen it only now. It is amazing and visual.
If one would like to enjoy weird programming, s/he should try this piping tool.


Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Down the tunnel
light is waiting for you
The more we struggle
The brighter will be your view.

MS patients suffering waiting and surviving. The government is just watching PHARMA sitting on the hands of those struggling.

It is time now for all Canadians to step up for justice and support the patient patients.

We need CCSVI.
We need the light of life.
We need what brings the smile back.

For more info check: http://www.ccsvi.org

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Acne medicine clears up MS symptoms

A well-known acne medication used to treat teens' pimply faces could help delay the onset of multiple sclerosis, a University of Calgary team has discovered.

If the treatment can be that simple, it is surely not related to neurons. In fact, there are a lot of theories claiming that the demyelination is a result for a problem in the other areas of the body and not just because some T-cells went nuts and want to destroy the body.

I hope Neuros would read that and react to it reasonably because patients are paying too much money (and the government as well) to pay for injection bad materials into the human body.

Go CCSVI ... Go Liberation

Monday, November 01, 2010

Web marketing stories: Interest based mortgages and Islamic Finance

Suddenly out of nowhere, someone emailed me willing to post an article on my slowly dying blog. I accepted the initiative and thanked her for her nice offer.

I noticed a link in the middle of the article pointing to a mortgage publicity website. I did not remove it and thought that adding the website address without the hyper-link would satisfy both parties. However, it seems the whole article was nothing but a hook for that web-link.

I would not mind that on any blog, however, it is kinda unethical to promote cigarettes on stop-smoking blogs. I do not know about her strategy for her web marketing program. However, I am sure that this campaign can not generate sustainable results.