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  • Mordhekhai 3:09 pm on April 15, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: April, Digital Kids, Digital Kids Conference, Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Game Moderation, , Kids, London, London Book Fair, Los Angeles, Publishing, Social Apps, , Social network, Teens, Tweens, Warwick Road   

    Packing up my stuff… 

    Rendition Digital, Inc. is travelling to london on the 16th of April to particpate in an event, where the focus will be about understanding the issues affecting the publishing industry today, as well as engage with colleagues, question expert panels and discover new ways of applying your skills to your work. The London Book Fair, 16-18 April 2012, is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels.

    Taking place every spring in the world’s premier publishing and cultural capital, it is a unique opportunity to hear from authors, enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and explore innovations shaping the publishing world of the future.

    The London Book Fair brings you direct access to customer, content and emerging markets.

    When: 16 – 18 April 2012
    Where: Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Warwick Road, London, SW5 9TA

    I’m thrilled as it will be my first time in London.

    After our event in the United Kingdom, we’ll need to fly to Pasadena, California to attend another gathering about Online Social Media Games for kids. The event provides insight into the latest strategies, technologies and techniques. We bring an incredible amount of brain power together under one roof. The show is a ‘must-attend’ event for entertainment and media companies looking to compete in the digital space.

    Digital Kids® 2012 takes place April 25-26, 2012 in Los Angeles at the Pasadena Convention Center. Now in our 6th year, Digital Kids 2012 is focused on tools and strategies for reaching the constantly connected kids and youth.

    See you guys in a few weeks.

  • Mordhekhai 5:42 pm on April 8, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , new features, Online Communities, , Social network,   

    LinkedIn App for your Handheld Devices 

    LinkedIn is one of popular social media. Now, you can stay connected with your account on your android with LinkedIn app for android. The current version is LinkedIn 2.0.2 android. You can download the app for free via android market. Here is the detail about LinkedIn 2.0.2.

    LinkedIn 2.0.2 apk android


    Get on-the-go access to your professional network with LinkedIn for Android. Find and connect with more than 120M members worldwide, read the latest industry news, keep up-to-date with your groups, and share content with your network from anywhere. This is official app from LinkedIn for your android phone or tablet.LinkedIn 2.0.2 android brings some new features and improvements. Here are the new features:

    • Support for Move to SD card!
    • Fixed connection photos so they now update as part of Connection Sync.
    • Sharing to Twitter is back! Anything you share or re-share from the app can be sent to Twitter.
    • In-app notifications for new messages and invitations.
    • Various bug fixes and tweaks based on user feedback.


    Now, if you want to stay connected with your LinkedIn account on your android, download Download LinkedIn 2.0.2 APK from the link below.

    Download LinkedIn 2.0.2 via Android Market

  • Mordhekhai 7:06 pm on July 13, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Color tool, Friends, Keyboard shortcut, RGB color model, Social network, TweetDeck, Twimbow,   

    Webapp that Colors your Twitter Stream 

    If you’re the kind of person who uses color labels for organization or are just very visually oriented, Twimbow may be the perfect Twitter client for you. The free webapp looks like TweetDeck but adds color labels, filtering, and other interesting features.

    The constant deluge of tweets makes it hard sometimes to keep up with what’s happening and who’s interacting with you on Twitter. Twimbow, which recently came out of private beta, tries to solve that by adding default color-coding to your main Twitter activities (your tweets are in blue, replies to you in green, direct messages in yellow or orange, etc.).

    For your main Twitter stream, the people you follow, you can add customizable labels such as “Friends” or “Tech Blogs” and color them as you see fit. Twimbow doesn’t give you just a handful of colors to choose from—you can use the color picker or enter RGB values or hexidecimal values to really fine-tune your color labeling.

    Twimbow also offers a filtering feature to remove tweets that contain specific words, supports a few keyboard shortcuts, and has a few styling options (if you don’t like the dark gray option, for example, you can switch to a light background).

    If you’d like to see the Twitterverse custom colored, check out the free app below.


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