Tharum Bun · January, 2006

Tharum Bun is a blogger by passion and communicator by profession. Blogging in Cambodia since 2004, Tharum is interested in media and technology and how the two fields making impact on citizens. He currently runs kokitree.

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Latest posts by Tharum Bun from January, 2006

Around Cambodia with Digital Citizens

  23 January 2006

A blackout in the United States in 2003 made history and news headline, but not at all in Cambodia. In Stung Treng, while composing an email in a community Internet center, a development worker could not finish because the generator-powered computer was running out of gas. In Krong Keb, Cambodia’s...

Development of Information and Communication Technologies in Cambodia

  8 January 2006

Since the computer made its debut in Cambodia, using Khmer-language characters has not been easy. Although different Khmer language fonts are available such as: Limon, ABC, Khek, Battambang, ABC-Zero-Space and Khek, etc., these non-interchangeable fonts have also undermined communication among khmer users. Without font uniformity among users, users certainly cannot...

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