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Week VI and Video

Work In week VI, I mainly worked on content writing for the company website. As the web today becomes an important tool for lead and sales generation, companies start paying more and more attention to their website content. Not only does the content have to speak well for the products …

Week V highlights and Alcatraz

Sorry for my late post! Have been trying to write about my week V experiences for the last few days, but didn’t really get to do it till today. Like any other weeks, last week was eventful and fun. Several highlights of the week: 1. Palo Alto We went to …

Lessons Learned from Week IV Speakers

We had three speakers in week IV, all of whom are successful, well-known experts in their industry: Phil Black from True, Brad Garlinghouse, former Yahoo SVP, and Om Malik from GigaOM. It was amazing to listen to their stories, and have small-group conversations with them. Having often attended formal presentations …

Website Strategies and 4th of July

I learned a ton about online marketing and website development this week. During college, my only website design/building experience was building a simple website using HTML as an assignment for my computer progamming class in freshman year. I remember back then it was quite fun to play with different features …

Week 2 at Syncplicity and Structure Conference

The highlight of my second week was definitely the Structure Conference by GigaOm. Coming from a non-technical background, I barely had any systematic knowledge about cloud computing before I started my internship. I work with Syncplicity, which also falls under the cloud computing area. It was great that some of …

First week in SF and Syncplicity

The first week was busy and fun. I work with Syncplicity, a company that offers synchronization and collaboration software for consumers and businesses. My first project is to research competitors and compile a competitive analysis. Easy as it sounds, it turns out to be a challenging and time-consuming project. Never …