Saturday, December 15, 2007


Are you having trouble making end meet? Do you need to find a way to generate extra income? If so, which way will you go? Like most people, you would explore the Internet only to find yourself burned in more material than you could read in your lifetime! There is a way...

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Instead of trying to outdo each other, we should be sharing such knowledge for members to benefit. We should learn from what Indonesian call ABG or Anak Baru Gede. (Gede = Besar)

ABG means maturing children who have no qualms about sharing everything.

The ABG Concept can be applied to technology development, wealth development etc. where every members provide support and share the responsibilities together. So, applying ABG Concept (sharing) is KEY TO SUCCESS!

Mentor's message:- Malaysia is regarded as one of world's "Success Nation" in term of economic development. But the speed of development has widen the gap between the rich and poor. It's sad to hear the PM said, "We have 1st class infrastructure but having a 3rd class mentality"- people are being pampered (you can't blame it- in Malaysia we are a caring society) -they blame the government for everything - education, business opportunity , homes, welfare etc. And for this very reason, the government has now promoted " Building The Strength of Human Capital" (membina modal insan) as the National Mission. You can't find a more caring society than in Malaysia -believe me - but that was before.Now, if you don't innovate and care for your self -you will be left behind -it's true!

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Read more on recent technological conference....

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 11 -- Malaysia today called on developing countries to look at Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation as a way to move their economies up the value chain and to spread development across society.

Abdullah said that as the leader of a developing country, he was aware of some of the challenges faced by countries seeking to modernise and develop themselves, like lack of access to knowledge and technology.

"I'm confident that such efforts can help bridge the technology divide between countries and ensure more sustainable national development," he said in his speech at the opening of the 3rd Global Knowledge Conference (GK3) here.

"Developing countries also face challenges in the form of wider access to quality education, healthcare and housing, as well as the provision of effective government service. However, for many under-developed and developing countries, poverty remains the single most fundamental challenge that needs to be addressed," he said.

Abdullah said Malaysia recognised the significant role that knowledge technology and innovation could play in helping to create wealth and spur economic growth.

Hence, it had identified information communication technology (ICT) as a key enabler and strategic driver to contribute to economic growth and a higher quality of life.

"However, speaking as a leader of a developing country, I for one am deeply concerned that although we can live in a time of advanced and sophisticated technologies that can provide solutions to many of our problems there are still too many poor nations unable to take advantage of these tools to advance themselves," he said.

Beyond the issue of high infrastructural costs, other barriers such as a lack of relevant content, poor technological support and the dominance of the English language on the Internet continued to hinder many developing countries from participating in the knowledge economy.

Indeed, Abdullah said, the lack of local content for developing countries is seen as one of the key factors leading to the widening of the global digital divide.

"If this problem is not addressed immediately, developing countries may find themselves in a more critical situation, falling even more behind in the development curve," he added.

Abdullah also stressed the need for developing countries to focus their attention and resources on enhancing education in their respective countries by increasing their education budgets as well as facilities for learning.

"In particular, the role of technology in education should be explored and maximised. These investments may take a long time to bear fruit, but they must be made to ensure the long-term success and sustainability of developing economies," he said.

He also commended the Global Knowledge Partnership for its efforts in promoting innovation and advancement in ICT for development by bringing together the public sector, private sector and civil society organisations to narrow where the gaps in knowledge and technology are likely to exist.

"It is my sincere hope that the insights and recommendations developed at GK3 (third Global Knowledge Conference) will be taken up by those who create and influence policies and strategies around the world,

"This is pivotal so that our shared vision of a world of equal opportunities, where everyone has access to knowledge, will become a reality," he said.

Third Global Knowledge Conference (GK3)

Over 200 key international proponents of Information and Communications Technology with role players exchanging knowledge and learnings within the GK3 theme of "Emerging People, Emerging Markets, Emerging Technologies", in order for participants to obtain a deeper understanding of how ICT can impact and accelerate development.