PROFESSIONAL-COMMUNITY SEGMENTATION

By M. Suyanto

A professional-community segmentation is an established community to support professional communication,  the exchange of professional work, or research information; for example, Analog Devices (www.analog.com) creates chip-design engineer communities for their technical experts; Linux Documentation Project (www.linuxdoc.org) gathers variuos articles related to Linux; Tom’s Hardware (www.tomshardware.com) provides information on computer hardware, including motherboards, hard disks, and so on; Tom’s Hardware supports the components of personal computers. Besides, another facility is also to help not only reveal CPU, bug chip sets, new processors, but also test motherboards, graphics cards, or RAM. At last but not least, Ofoto (www.ofoto.com) is provided for the professional photographers who can obtain free photo software, free shipping for the first order, exchange photos, store images, and perfect images online.