Category Archives: Vietnamese Digital

Start-ups 2.0: one, or no one?

Consider these: Facebook is popular because the whole team puts their efforts into making Facebook as good as it can be. Twitter is on its way to becoming mainstream because a slim team of 30 people are staying up late … Continue reading

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10 topics I’d like you to blog about in 2009

It’s a few hours away and we’ll find us all celebrating a New Year 2009. 2008 has been so eventful that nobody can ever forget about it. But it’s time to turn over a new leaf, and start blogging about … Continue reading

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Is the demise of Vietnamese online newspapers nearing?

A new advertising law being drafted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism of Vietnam and circulated among different parties for feedback is putting an end to online newspapers. According to VnExpress, the draft, once ratified, will forbid all … Continue reading

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No API for Vietnamese Web Services?

I came back from Google DevFest with a big question in mind. I care less about how all the programming is done, but more about how the end-products can end up with a revenue stream. I turned to Tai Tran … Continue reading

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Blog scientifically and personally

The Ministry of Information and Communications has let it be known that it is proposing a controlling mechanism over blogging activities with a view to not loosening Vietnamese bloggers to the wild. Certainly this is not news. Anyone knows that … Continue reading

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