ITS4K and ITS4Thai

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I never have gotten around to writing those journal entries about Taipei, as I have been working like crazy in the office lately. No compaints here, though. It's been a lot of fun, and it's really great to see us making a lot of progress. But perhaps I underestimated the amount of work it would take to do what I want to do. Oh well, I'm not going to give up any time soon.

In any case, we launched two new websites. The first is the main website for the company -- ITS4Knowledge -- and it can be found at ITS4k.com.

The second website will soon be the home of a site to help us farang learn to speak Thai Language. I don't think I have mentioned it here, but that site will be located at ITS4Thai.com. If you are at all interested in learning Thai language, then head on over and sign up for our updates newletter.

And while you're there, check out the brand-new screen shots that we just posted today. Our designers are doing great work, and I am really looking forward to seeing the final product in a month or so.

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Congratulations on the fast progress of your new company. Looking forward to seeing the website for learning Thai. Let me know when it is done and we will advertise for free on our LearningThai.com forums.

Cute screen shots. I think the phuuying looks like a thin Kirstie Alley.

In the final screen shot, wouldn't it add a nice touch if instead of (or in addition to) the "Very Good" that the avatar also said "Dii maak"?

Hi, Entrepreneur and Stuart and Helen Ruth!!!!
I hope y'all are having a ball!!! Bring back pictures for us and Ava Marie!!!!
Love, Sharum

Hi, Entrepreneur and Stuart and Helen Ruth!!!!
I hope y'all are having a ball!!! Bring back pictures for us and Ava Marie!!!!
Love, Sharum

The screen shots are really well animated. They look modern and interesting - like MTV style, if that makes any sense. I think it is really well done from an animation perspective (can't give input on the educational aspects, I guess I should try the sample lessons when they are available!)

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