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Sungmoon Cho
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I love it, too. Technology is amazing.
I love comparing old stuff to new, it shows how far we have come. I can't believe they had 250MB drives in 1979 though! wow, that would have been HUGE!
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세계 시장 진출을 노리는 한 한국 스타트업의 영문 웹사이트를 보다가 든 생각. 예전에 '기획자'를 영어로 뭐라고 하는지 몰라 Planner라고 했던 적이 있는데, 지금 와서 보니 참 황당한 번역임. 'Planner'는 Event Planner 등에 사용하는 용어이고 일반 기업에는 없는 직책. Designer 또는 Product Manager가 적절할 듯.
예를 들어, '게임 기획자'는 Game Planner가 아니라 Game Designer임. 그리고 한국에서 말하는 '디자이너'는 Visual/Graphic Designer와 UI/UX Designer 등으로 나누어 부름. 
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Very funny.
Apple Glass.... They win!
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구글 글래스 사용 경험에 대한, 지금까지 본 중 가장 인사이트 있는 글: I used Google Glass http://vrge.co/Yrnk53
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Salesforce.com의 2013년 새로운 모토는 "Become a customer company". 그들이 하는 일의 색깔을 잘 나타내주는 비디오. 아주 잘 만들었음. Become a Customer Company with Salesforce.com
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Fascinating.
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인앤아웃 매장 내부. 올 때마다 놀랍니다. 캘리포니아에서 이렇게 바쁜 레스토랑을 본 적이 없음. 관찰해보니 10초에 버거 하나씩 파는 듯. 분당 6개. 시간당 360개. 피크타임이 4시간이라고 하면 하루 1440개. 다 합치면 하루 2000개 될 듯. 하나에 5달러면 하루 매출 $10,000. 주말이 더 바쁠테니 월 20만달러 정도?
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I hope they have access to Internet soon, but who knows when it will happen?
Here is an edited version of my comments when Governor Richardson's delegation returned from Pyongyang:

I wanted to thank Governor Richardson for inviting my crew along on this trip. This was a private visit to North Korea to talk about the free and open Internet. The North Koreans showed up, listened to us and asked us a lot of questions.

Overall, the technology in North Korea is very limited right now.

There is a 3G network that is a joint venture with an Egyptian company called Orascom. It is a 2100 Megahertz SMS-based technology network, that does not, for example, allow users to have a data connection and use smart phones. It would be very easy for them to turn the Internet on for this 3G network. Estimates are that are about a million and a half phones in the DPRK with some growth planned in the near future.

There is a supervised Internet and a Korean Intranet. (It appeared supervised in that people were not able to use the internet without someone else watching them). There’s a private intranet that is linked with their universities. Again, it would be easy to connect these networks to the global Internet.

They also demonstrated their software and technology based on open source (mostly Linux) and it was obvious to us that access to the Internet and all of this was possible for the government, the military, and universities, but not for the general public.

As the world becomes increasingly connected, the North Korean decision to be virtually isolated is very much going to affect their physical world and their economic growth. It will make it harder for them to catch up economically.

We made that alternative very, very clear. Once the internet starts in any country, citizens in that country can certainly build on top of it, but the government has to do one thing: open up the Internet first. They have to make it possible for people to use the Internet, which the government of North Korea has not yet done. It is their choice now, and in my view, it’s time for them to start, or they will remain behind.

Thank you.
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It works!
Hi - I'm testing Google+ from Earth orbit, onboard the International Space Station. If I can make it work from here, I hope to post more in the future.
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