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Number of online meetings and webinars has increased quite a lot. Many people switch to online activities with the situation of the Corona Virus in the world. Online meetings suddenly become a hot topic in the market.
For most people, this might be their first time using these online tools. Particularly, it is even more difficult for those who need to speak online, no matter whether he/she is an experienced public speaker or not.
A Chinese vlogger called Li Ziqi 李子柒 from Sichuan became very famous in recent years not only in China, but also worldwide. She has a YouTube Channel with 8.6 million subscribers, more than CNN. The following news about her can be found from:
The Google Maps function, formerly known as Google Places, is now part of the Google My Business dashboard, which is Google's dashboard for managing and tracking your online presence across Google's various platforms, including:
- Google Maps
- Google+ (now only available for Google Business)
- Google Analytics
- Google Adwords
This is part of the digital branding or digital presence for businesses in the digital age. Following are the advantages:
In Hong Kong, it is not uncommon using the English version of Windows but still requires Chinese languages in both Traditional and Simplified versions. The phonetic (pinyin/bopomofo) Chinese input is probably one most people use. The following are good information of how Windows 10 can be setup to satisfy this:
If there is a need to upgrade to Windows 10, here this YouTube video dated 2019-05-14 below describes how free upgrade to Windows 10 can be made:
Introduction of QR Codes
QR code is an abbreviation for Quick Response Code, which was developed in Japan in the early '90s as a 2-dimensional matrix bar code. It is a cheap solution enabling print-to-online by delivering machine-readable encoded information. With the popularity of the internet and e-commerce in China, and the popularity of mobile applications and mobile payments, the use of QR codes has become not only popular but also essential in many mobile applications nowadays.
In some occasions, we wish to specify in a YouTube video where to start watching, and where to stop. This will help us to share just the important part instead of watching the entire video.
To set up the starting point, it is easy because it is already available in the SHARE button.