Monthly Archives: December 2013

New Year’s Resolutions Are Bad For You

The eve of the new year is upon us and as we are waiting to kiss 2013 goodbye, we are undoubtedly making eager preparations for 2014. We make New Year’s resolutions every year but it is more out of habit, a perfunctory ritual, than to express serious commitment to change. Take a good look at […]

Zimly For Dummies

As if we haven’t been talking Zimly enough, here’s yet another presentation on Zimly; but this time, it’s done Prezi-style. Prezi offers a different type of presentation from our familiar PowerPoint’s style. You will find yourself mesmerized by the graphics of the content that you will be mindlessly pressing the next arrow key throughout the […]

Snapchat Siphoning Users From Facebook

The biggest desire for any teenager is being completely free from the prying eyes of their parents.  It’s the phase that all of us at one point in time must go through – as a rite of passage – and during this particular stage of our lives, we’d rather share our innermost secrets with acquaintances […]

Season’s Greetings

Thank you for a wonderful year with Zimly and we are very excited to see what 2014 holds for us!

Happy Festivus!

Now, if you are scratching your head and saying, “Happy what?”, I pity thee for not knowing Seinfeld. Festivus was introduced to the public in an episode of Seinfeld and it has lived on to this day. George Costanza’s father, Frank, dreamed up this non-holiday as a way of fighting back against the rampant consumerism that […]

Zimly Launched in China!

Zimly has made appearance in Chinese market place, NetEase, Inc., a popular web portal. As of August 2010, the site was the 27th most visited site in the world. We made a wonderful app in Zimly and it is our goal to make it available to as many people as possible. While full language support in […]

The Great Privacy Debate

Snowden’s decision “to inform the public as to that which is done in their name and that which is done against them” has fueled a heated debate of national security vs. information privacy. And really the issue translates to public vs. private cloud as the issue deals with how information is stored and moved about. […]