Learn Thai Alphabet

September 19, 2012 in Product News & Reviews

Learn Thai Alphabet in Minutes

Learn Thai AlphabetLearn Thai alphabet? Why you may be asking do you need to learn the Thai alphabet!

Well, if you are going to be living and working in Thailand or even if you want to make deeper connections when traveling through the Land of Smiles, you will soon notice most things like road signs, shop boards, restaurant receipts and your utility bills are all written in Thai. That shouldn’t come as any surprise after all, you’re in Thailand right!

You can get by without reading Thai but if you start to learn to speak Thai you will progress quicker and easier if you can read Thai too. Besides you’ll have a better quality of life (cheaper too) if you can read what you are buying at the market and how much you’re paying for it.

That’s why I recommend investing in ‘Learn the Thai Alphabet in Minutes’.

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This is the book I wish I discovered when I first started to learn Thai language. It can be a daunting experience when you first discover there are 44 Thai consonants, 32 vowels, 3 classes and 5 tones to memorize and don’t forget about the numbers! This book helps you to connect all these new symbols with things you already know and so aids for a quicker and more rewarding learning experience.

The book is available as an instant download in the form of a PDF, a digital flip book style and now also in a mobipocket version for your smartphone. It also comes with a full 60 days money-back guarantee. It works on Mac, PC, iPad, iPhone and windows mobile.

So don’t delay, join the thousands of other satisfied Thai language students who have downloaded this book since 2005 and download your Thai alphabet now. Within just a few minutes from now you will be learning how to read in Thai.

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Dropbox – Your Cloud Cover in Thailand

August 22, 2012 in Product News & Reviews

Dropbox

If you are seriously thinking about living and working in amazing Thailand than you will definitely need Dropbox.

You no longer need to carry around extra hard-drives, memory sticks or SD Card, now you can host all your important folders and files in Dropbox.

Dropbox simplifies the way you can create and share you documents and media files and always have your stuff available, wherever you may be. So if you are living your dream lifestyle in Thailand or working from the beach, you know you’ll always have your information saved and instantly retrievable with this cloud storage solution.

 What is Dropbox

dropboxDropbox lets you take all your photographs, documents and even large media files like videos anywhere and share them easily with who ever you choose – friends, colleagues or your whole team. You no longer have to email files to your self to work off more than one computer. Everything you save to your Dropbox will automatically save to all your synced computers, smartphones and even the Dropbox website.

If you accidentally knock a cup of tea or a beer Chang over your laptop or even if it was stolen, Dropbox has you covered and none of your files will be lost.

Dropbox is also available on iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and Android smartphones. I have it on my Samsung Galaxy S3 and it works like a dream!

Also, for every friend you invite and who consequently joins and installs Dropbox (which is free), they will give you both 500 MB of bonus storage space up to a limit of 8 GB. So if you click the link below we both win!

Discover more about Dropbox here.

If you liked this review, read my review for Jing by Techsmith.

If you found this post useful and are making good use of Dropbox, let me know how you are getting on in the comments below.

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Learn Thai… The Word of the Day: Cloud in Thai language is: Meek

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Jing Jing Thailand

August 20, 2012 in Product News & Reviews

What is Jing?

Jing is a free and easy way to create images and videos of what you see on your computer screen then share them instantly online!

Simply capture an image (screenshot) of what you see on your computer screen and use the built in mark-up tools (arrows, text and boxes) to enhance your image. See the image of IMAlwaysHappy2Help.com’s logo below as a ‘work in progress’.

I want to convey to my designer I want the Kingdom of Thailand flag removing from the header image. So I simply capture the image and then use an arrow pointing to the area that needs his artist attention and then add a text box with some simple instructions. I then save the image and attach it to an email as normal and send.

 

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Alternatively you can capture what you see and do on your monitor (screencast) in a 5 minute or less video recording and share with your audience. You can share the video you have created by embedding the code into a webpage or use a link that will direct your audience to your Sceencast.com video hosting page. Watch my brief example Below!
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Jing Jing

Jing by TechSmthOf all the cool tools and resources I’ve found and share with friends and colleagues, Jing is without a doubt, always the most popular and for good reason. It’s easy to add notated screenshots to all your online conversations, or create a quick tutorial video you can share with your staff, designer, sales team or customers. It gets everyone on the same page fast and is fun to use. Once you start using it, you’ll wonder how you ever managed before.

Discover more about the Jing here

Let me know how you get on with it and how it helps you work online in the comments below.

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Learn Thai: Jing in Thai language means: real or true. Jing Jing emphasise’s the truth-fullness of a statement I.E. it’s really true! Or you can use it as question: Really? 

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