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  • TECH

    Defining a framework

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 17/02/2016

    » As a member of the global IT industry and Asean Economic Community (AEC), Thailand has been standardising human resources by adopting Japan's Skill Standards for IT Professionals. or ITSS.

  • LIFESTYLE

    A beautiful yet random mess

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 17/02/2016

    » Perhaps "Heavy Metal", a new show at Tars Gallery, was not that well thought out. That was just an initial response, though. The whitewashed walls and good lighting of this newly opened space make a good start for any show; the clean minimal set-up of its debut show "Untitled 1" last year was proof of that. But now, it's a lot more complex -- "messy" may be the preferred term -- primarily with a scatter of potted plants, bright pastel-painted canvases and images of Roman sculptures mounted on plasterboard.

  • TECH

    Easy-to-use websites have flown the coop

    Life, James Hein, Published on 17/02/2016

    » I was trying to book a flight on the Qantas website recently and I realised that websites have become too busy. Consider the average traveller. They want to go from one place to another on a particular date, sometimes at a particular time, and most likely they want to come back again. For a single provider like Qantas this should be easy; pick the departure city and date, the return city and date, and a list of options is presented. You can try a test for yourself to see how easy this is. For example, you can't type in a date and the date picker take ages to appear, at least with my browser. There are some cute icons next to the date fields that I will never use and what used to be an easy task took three goes to get something back. The art of the clean, simple, easy-to-use website is for the most part lost and drowned in advertising and unnecessary options which makes them slow and unwieldy. There are exceptions of course.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Against the flow

    Life, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 17/02/2016

    » Songkhram River is a little-known tributary of the Mekong River. Yet staying under the radar has turned out to be a blessing in disguise, for the placid 420km river has been left untouched from development projects such as dams and major construction. Compared to other waterways in the northeastern region such as the Chi and Mun rivers, which are straddled by dams, the Songkhram -- known as a source of delicious freshwater fish -- is the only tributary of the Mekong which runs free and unobstructed.

  • TECH

    Lenovo K4 Note

    Life, AKIN, Published on 17/02/2016

    » Lenovo K4 Note delivers an uncompromised entertainment experience for streaming and watching video through a vibrant 5.5-inch Full HD display with a 178-degree wide viewing angle and 1080p clarity. It comes with advanced sound input and recording capabilities, 3,300mAh embedded battery, 64-bit octa-core processor and 2GB of RAM. PDAF rear camera and a 5MP fixed-focus selfie camera, these features make the device ideal for creative content producers. The K4 Note features a fingerprint sensor to give greater security to your data.

  • BUSINESS

    G-CCEI seeks Thai partners

    Business, Lamonphet Apisitniran, Published on 17/02/2016

    » Seoul: Korean companies have expressed an interest in expanding into Asean, mostly in the high-tech and information technology (IT) sectors.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Connecting people with public places

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 17/02/2016

    » Aspiring interior architectural designer Yolapath Ruchithamkul could not have asked for a better beginning to 2016 as she proudly held the highly coveted Thailand Interior Designers' Association (TIDA) Thesis Awards last month.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Exquisite Thai-French fusion

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 17/02/2016

    » 'I only go to countries where there is durian," says Gilles Garachon. This would explain why the latest French ambassador to Thailand's diplomatic career in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs has included only Asian postings in India, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand. 

  • NEWS

    Lokomotiv player taunts Turkey with pro-Putin shirt in Europa clash

    AFP, Published on 17/02/2016

    » ISTANBUL - Lokomotiv midfielder Dmitry Tarasov on Tuesday stoked tensions after a Europa League clash between the Moscow club and Turkish giants Fenerbahce by revealing a T-shirt praising President Vladimir Putin underneath his club strip.

  • NEWS

    Spieth admires Federer, Djokovic drive

    AFP, Published on 17/02/2016

    » PACIFIC PALISADES (UNITED STATES) - World number one Jordan Spieth says he wants to emulate the relentless drive of tennis icons Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic as he aims to cement his place at the pinnacle of world golf this year.

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