Showing posts from July, 2012

S60 Handy Tips

S60 Handy Tips.
-------------------------------------------------- :- At the top of the main-menu and every folder, the keys 1 to 9 are shortcuts to the icons 1-9
:- A shortcut on the left ‘menu key’ in standby-mode will take more time to open than a shortcut on the right ‘menu key’. Reason: The left key is also used for the keylock so it shortly waits for pressing the “*” button.
:- While writing text press and hold "#" to switch between Alpha mode and Number mode. You can also press a key long to insert its number. :- In standby-mode, press and hold 0 to launch your wap home page. :- If you have your keylock activated just press the on/off button to turn on your backlight to look at the time when it's dark without having to unlock the keypad.
:- To keep the back-light on, run Torch (freeware), press and hold the Menu button and go somewhere else on the phone.
:- To check your current firmware version simply type ‘*#0000#’ in standby screen.
:- To check your IMEI (International …

6 Ways to Integrate Great Content Curation into Your Marketing Mix Today

If you're in advertising or marketing, you might have heard the term "Content Curation" thrown about quite a bit over the last year or so.

For those afraid to ask, content curation is the continual process of finding, reading, contextualizing and sharing of online content for a specific audience. For most marketing professionals, this will include clients (current and potential), colleagues, peers, vendors and those who are interested in the field. For those of us who share links on our Facebook or LinkedIn profiles, retweeting insights via Twitter or pinning images on Pinterest, we are already engaged in content curation. In this case, our friends and associates are our audience, and by sharing content that we believe would resonate and add value to the conversation, in many ways we are defining aspects of our personal brand to them.

What's good for the goose is good for the gander. Over the past few years, savvy marketers have learned to integrate content curation as…

Fox 26 takes in-depth look inside Fire Station No. 6

The day began early for Laura Hughey and Ashley Hernandez, who opened the Axiom doors before 6 a.m. to receive the KRIV-TV Fox 26 van driven by photographer Stu Brown, with reporter Ruben Dominguez and intern Anna Wiernicki in a separate vehicle on Wednesday.

The TV crew took about an hour to set up the camera and lighting for the live shots scheduled for the 8-9 a.m. and the 9-10 a.m. programming hours of the Fox 26 Morning News. Axiom President Tom Hair arrived about an hour later, at 7 a.m., ready to interview.

Dominguez and two other Fox 26 media members visited the station two days earlier for a tour and shot footage for a recorded segment that aired during Wednesday's live interviews, which took place at 8:20 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. The first interview was shot in the Axiom lobby, where Tom Hair discussed Axiom's "bling" wall of awards and the artifacts on loan from the Houston Fire Museum. He noted that Fire Station No. 6 (est. 1903) was built during the time the Wri…

Simple trick to speed up your PC & internet connection

Tips and Tricks

This is a very simple trick and requires several basic steps, follow the instructions below and see if this trick works for you, it is most compatible with windows xp.
1> Open Notepad.
2> Type "FreeMem=Space (64000000)".
3> save it to Desktop as "RAMcleaner.VBS"
4> then double click on it.

Axiom HQ lauded by Houston Business Journal

The restoration of Fire Station No. 6 continues to be in the spotlight as longtime preservation writer Betty Chapman profiled Axiom's home base for the Houston Business Journal's June 29-July 5 issue.

During Ms. Chapman's tour of the building, she was impressed with the attention of detail that went into the restoration, from the replacement and matching of 100-year-old Cedar Bayou bricks and pinewood flooring, to the execution of a modern office layout within the station's original space and annex. Her article focused on the historical significance of the building, which opened in 1903 as home to Houston firefighters until 1931.

The HBJ article also became another marker in highlighting a building that resonates throughout the city. "Axiom's pride in Houston's past and success in reclaiming that past for a 21st century application are clearly displayed today at 1702 Washington Ave.," Ms. Chapman wrote.

"We are proud to successfully repurpose the bu…

Fire Station No. 6 gaining notice nationwide

Word about Axiom's headquarters at the historic Fire Station No. 6 near downtown Houston has spread well beyond city limits.

Since moving into the station in late February, Axiom has been profiled by local websites CultureMap, Preservation Houston, Ultimate Montrose and Houston Press, as well as the Houston affiliates of NPR (KUHF 88.7) and ABC (KTRK-TV Ch. 13).

On the print side, the Houston Chronicle and Houston Business Journal newspapers also have covered the restored station, hailing it as a shining example of saving a historically significant structure and repurposing it for 21st century use.

And the buzz goes on.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation, which is based in Washington, D.C., published an online entry about Fire Station No. 6 on its blog site, The entry includes two slideshows and praises the building as "a beacon for historic adaptation done right."

Even Hollywood has an eye on Fire Station No. 6. A Houston-based location scou…