2:26 pm March 7, 2014 | No Comment
Startup is renowned in entrepreneurship circle as an early stage company working to solve certain problems with a repeatable and scalable business model. In Indonesia, the startup landscape is still in its infancy, yet holds a very promising prospect with its sizable and growing market, and encompasses a wide range of fields from technology-based venture to social enterprise, creative industry, among others.
11:37 am March 7, 2014 | No Comment
This, dear reader, is the eighth in a continuing series of articles examining that unique Asian republic – Gilanesia – as it revs up the national engine room in a historic election year. This week, how a nice party turned into a cannibal feast and those attending ate themselves. Not since Miss Lesley Gore belted more »
1:32 pm March 3, 2014 | No Comment
The "19-Billion-Dollar Deal" was one of the most talked about news since word got out on February 19 that Facebook had acquired instant messaging service WhatsApp.
4:27 pm February 28, 2014 | No Comment
Mike McCurry, who served as press secretary to former President Clinton, was featured in a news profile over the weekend, about him becoming a teacher in religion and politics at Wesley Theological Seminary in Northwest Washington as he earns his degree there. Some people might have been surprised by this turn toward faith and to more »
3:45 pm February 28, 2014 | 2 Comments
Gilanesia prides itself on being a religious and moral society. And indeed the majority of the population are devout and kind people. However, for those who have attained the heights of power, temptations come their way that don’t afflict the average Gilanesian.
11:00 pm February 25, 2014 | No Comment
BlackBerry announced on Tuesday that it had set an April launch date and a sub-$200 price tag for the Z3, the Canadian company's newest smartphone for the crucial Indonesian market.
12:40 pm February 25, 2014 | No Comment
Indonesian diaspora have a critical role to play as they comprise almost half (46%) of the total voters in the Jakarta II electorate, which covers Central Jakarta, South Jakarta and overseas. Because overseas voters potentially hold the key to 3 out of the seven contested seats, they should not be careless in making their choice or worse, be abstain from making any choice at all.