The Asia-Pac TurboTech Podcast Lowdown
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Round one tee times for The Masters have been released. You can see them here.
Apparently my tickets to attend The Masters got lost in the mail once again.
That's okay, my Sony Bravura HD demonstrates the blades of grass at Augusta National quite brilliantly, and I can make my own mint juleps in the kitchen without having to fight my way back to the concession stand.
This Thursday, in the opening round, Tiger Woods tees off at 1:52, and is partnered with Stewart Cink and J. Singh.
Just in case you were curious.
And as Tiger's score hopefully goes down down down, Facebook's continues to go up up up, with CEO Mark Zuckerberg announcing in his blog today Facebook's 200 millionth user.
Did the 200 millionth user get a free virtual beer or anything? Nothing??!
Maybe the option to revert back to the old Facebook home page, perhaps??! Doh!
Inquiring minds definitely want to know.
Of course, not everybody around the globe uses Facebook, as I found out last week during my Asian-Pacific travels.
Instead of writing a long blog post on the topic, developerWorks' Scott Laningham grilled me yesterday PM which resulted in this podcast.
In it, Scott and I chatted about my impressions during last week's seven-day swing through Hong Kong, South Korea, and Japan -- everything from economics to broadband and mobile use to China's "50 Cent Army," all in 14 minutes and 47 seconds.
Whew, no wonder I'm so worn out!