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Real Estate Agent - Coldwell Banker Dynasty
Song San has been in the Technology industry for 15 years dealing with many aspects of technology including desktops, servers, web design, web programming, database, and management. Song worked for and consulted for a long list of startups, multi-million, and multi-billion dollar companies including Pom Wonderful, Circor Aerospace, Suncal, and Fox Interactive. Song is also a real estate broker in the Los Angeles, California area. He does a lot of networking with buyers, sellers, investors, and agents for many hours on a daily basis. He also spends much time with his family and doing technology consulting work for his clients and on his on projects.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
  Newer versions of web browsers that are used to surf websites such as the latest Mozilla FireFox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome will have a feature to prevent companies from tracking your surfing habits on their sites.    Most websites have "Cookies", which track information of...
02/27/2011
   If you are in real estate, are you also in the technology business? For many agents especially the ones that have been in the real estate business for a long time, the answer is "no".  Many agents doesn't have a decent website or a website at all. If the computer does not print or go on the In...
02/17/2011
  Wireless is cool and neat. Whether it is using a wireless phone compared to a corded phone or using wireless to connect to the Internet compared to needing to connect using a network cable.   Most users including myself have a few gadgets that unfortunately need different charging adapters. An ...
02/09/2011
  Back in the 80s, hard drive was very expensive and small. Data was saved on the big and thin 5.25 inch floppy disks. The 3.5 inch floppy disk was more sturdy and was about to write on both sides for up to 1.44 MB. These days not many people carry these floppy disks anymore and instead carry the...
02/03/2011
   At home, I usually leave one or two of my computers on 24/7 in case I wake up in the middle of the night and wanted to do some work or am too lazy to close all the opened programs and files.    This bad habit cost me about $10 - $15 per computer per month. Imagine a real estate office that hav...
01/31/2011
 Being even a little tech savvy would not only show clients that you can do the job but can also save time. Instead of using the mouse to click on the "print" button or click on the menu on "File", then "print", it is a lot quicker to just press Ctrl+P. Each time they are used, it would save time...
01/29/2011
  Just got a new listing at San Gabriel, which is 3Bed, 1.5 Bath, 1,449 Sq. Ft. on 7800 Sq. Ft lot in San Gabriel. There is a pool and spa at the back. The back have a garage with an extra room in the back that could be use for an entertainment room. The back also have a storage den.   Below are ...
01/26/2011
  The what? Never heard of this phone until today. I have my current Blackberry for about 2 years and am pretty happy with. It is easy to make phone calls, send and receive emails, keeps track of my contacts and alerts upcoming calendar events. Once in a while would have to look up things on the ...
01/25/2011
  In the beginning there was the typewritters. Then came the portable wordprocessors. Afterward came the Personal Computer (PC). None of these devices was able to automatically correct spellings or grammar until Microsoft Word or WordPerfect came out with these features. Still the grammar help is...
01/24/2011
  How often do you let your subscribers know of changes to your website? For many people the answer is never.  Whether it is because they never got to it or they do not have the capabilities to do it, being able to update customers of changes to your website could be a great business opportunity....
01/24/2011
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Song San has been in the Technology industry for over 15 years dealing with many aspects of technology including desktops, servers, web design, web programming, database, and management. Song worked for and consulted for a long list of startups, multi-million, and multi-billion dollar companies including Pom Wonderful, Circor Aerospace, Suncal, and Fox Interactive. Song is also a real estate broker in the Los Angeles, California area. He does a lot of networking with buyers, sellers, investors, and agents for many hours on a daily basis. He also spends much time with his family and doing technology consulting work for his clients and on his on projects.