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by Daniel Chun

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http://OpenClass.hk ranking at ALEXA


After a lot of hard work, the project that I found is inching slowly towards traction, cutting all possible costs, scrambling  jobs of all kinds and only maintaining a talent technical person. We are now ranking at 4,198. Soon we will be top 1,000 http://OpenClass.hk a search, review, booking management portal and it follows my original…

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Andre K. Fowlkes: Why not a ‘venture fund’ to support community initiatives?


Found a tweet from Andre K. Fowlkes: Why not a ‘venture fund’ to support community initiatives? http://t.co/dh4aMVgI — djychun (@djychun) Isn’t what Philanthropy Capital or Foundations like Gates Foundation does ? setup to provide funding to meaningful ventures with a cause ? This article presents some great notions but yet hasn’t left any pointers to…

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A new month in August – pivoting, operating milestones, papers


I am about to start reviewing more literature and papers relating to professional practice in Archivist, KM practitioners and librarians and assessing the type of ICT and Web 2.0 educational technologies and how these emergent methods (online, mobile, social, pervasive) computing-enabled , whether synchronous or asynchronous in nature can deliver the promise social learning and…

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Telco meet and China E-Learning market study


Today was a big day for a couple of reason. I just had a first meeting with HK’s largest telco, celco, ISP and TV franchise (all-in-one) and through a contact I had knew for a while. And it marks the beginning to build traction and content partnership, inching our progress towards 2014 disruptive innovation. As…

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Mobile Learning at the crossroads of ????? disruptive innovations


The reason why I chose the above title is that while many writers (whether they are scholars, management gurus, journalists and web bloggers) have written much about new disruptive innovations business models. Not many covers the subject in the learning industry; many covers “disruptive technologies” in daily deals, gaming, payments, gadgets and devices. Applying the…

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Cloud and Mobile in Education


This following diagram is originally from page 58 (or 74 in the pdf) of NETP 2010 Education Transformation from US Government. Quite impressive insights for their willingness to embrace CLOUD and MOBILE.

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World Entrepreneurship Forum, Nov 2-5, Singapore


A couple of weeks ago, I received an invitation from the World Entrepreneurship Forum to attend their November forum in Singapore. Apparently, this is an invitation only to invite for think tanks. More details available from their website http://www.world-entrepreneurship-forum.com/ Our ClassBooking is also finding its roots to Malaysia/Indonesia and this timely participation will hopefully bring…

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ClassBooking – Mobile Learning Article at Capital Weekly Dec-24, 2010


Our company has recently been awarded with a few industry recognitions in Asia Pacific and as a researcher in Mobile Learning, we also help develop advocacy and public awareness.  In a recent interview with the Chairman of HKWTIA –  Kenneth Fong, we were able to present our solution to an existing problems in the marketplace…

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ArtGroup enters Red Herring Asia 100


On Oct 18, I received an email from Red Herring’s Founder Alex Vieux and congratulating our company being shortlist into the Red Herring Asia 100. We have responded courteously that we will present our company’s vision and product roadmap and why we will become one of the most promising company in Asia Pacific It is now…

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Blue Ocean Strategy


It’s not unusual for a b-school student or graduate to have read about the various strategy frameworks such as Porter’s Five Forces, Value-Chain analysis, Barney’s Resource-based View, and the Blue Ocean Strategy by Kim & Mauborgne. I am delighted to have the opportunity to have hands on experience and training from the authorised regional center…

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