Many people come to the foreign countries and feel lost/confused traveling around and/or getting services. If possible, they like to go places with a local friend who will point out the best features, explain how things work and/or translate the requests into the local language. This is a service for those who do . . . → Read More: “Your local friend” – business idea for travellers
My VOIP phone company (Lingo) has just announced that they are now on MySpace. I have heard of car companies doing that, but it feels rather weird when a utility company wants to do the same.
I can see two reasons they could be doing that:
They are not doing too well and are getting . . . → Read More: My phone company wants to be a friend
My primary phone number is provided by Lingo – a Voice over internet provider. One of the features it has is server based voicemail with the message automatically forwarded to my email. A feature like this would (AFAIK) be very expensive from a traditional provider, but usually comes for free from most VOIP-based providers. Some . . . → Read More: Gmail + VOIP = great reference system in the Net cloud
I usually suck at Velentine’s day presents. This year, however, I may have just killed several birds with one stone and impressed my wife too.
It all started a couple of months ago, when I noticed ever more frequent mentions of internet telephony becoming a very big thing. I have dutifully subscribe to a couple . . . → Read More: Love calls over the IP network