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Name: Julian Matthews
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Hi. I'm a former journalist and Malaysian correspondent to CNet, ZDnet, Newsbytes (Washington Post-Newsweek Interactive wire agency), Nikkei Electronics Asia and I also previously contributed to The Star, The Edge, The New Straits Times, The New Zealand Herald and various magazines. Currently, I train and advise managers and executives on strategies to optimize their use of social media and online channels to reach customers. My company, Trinetizen Media, runs media training workshops on social media, media relations, investor relations, corporate blogging, podcasting, multimedia marketing, online advertising, multimedia journalism and crisis communications. You can connect with me on Facebook or LinkedIn or Twitter.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

OQO, not okay?

The OQO - a product that was nothing more than vapourware like ages ago - is finally out. The verdict - judging from reviewers - is that perhaps Model 1 is a dud. Do we need to wait till Model 3 before they actually do user feedback?

Seems handy enough from the video though. I can imagine using it to load up on photos that I have taken with a Sony Cybershot when it maxes out, then handing it around at weddings for guests to view. Sadly, the display is only 800-by-480-pixels, doesn't tilt and the HDD is only 20GByte.


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