Thursday, June 29, 2006

Long waiting Google Checkout launched today

Google has launched the Google Checkout today (June 29, 2006). Google Checkout supports a variety of payment methods, including credit cards from Visa International, MasterCard Internationa, American Express and Discover Bank. Meanwhile, Citibank cardholders who enroll in Google Checkout and make at least one purchase before Sept. 15 will receive either a credit on their statement, cash back or reward-program points. Many stores are participating Google Checkout launching party and offering $10 off your order of $20 or more.
Take a tour here


Wednesday, June 28, 2006

McDonald Flash Game

I personally don't like eating McDonald's but playing this game is kinda fun. Basically you have to manage McDonald's company to get profit. Test your management skills here.


Tuesday, June 27, 2006

TV shows, music videos and anime online!

Watch all your favourite tv shows, music videos and anime online at Peakvid. Internationals movies, drama series, and music videos are also available.


World Cup 2006 Goals and Highlights Archive

Highlights and goals of all matches archive for FIFA World Cup 2006. If you missed any match of World Cup, you can watch here. Videos are hosted on youtube so quality is not excellent though.


World Cup Live Feed, June 27 - Spain vs. France

World cup 2006 live feed.
Live coverage begins at 2:55 PM ET

Spain vs. France



World Cup Live Feed, June 27 - Brazil vs. Ghana

World cup live feed.

Brazil vs. Ghana



Monday, June 26, 2006

World Cup Live feed, June 26 - Switzerland vs. Ukraine

June 26, 2006 match 2. Match starts at 2:55 PM.

Watch this live feed on your PC.

Switzerland vs. Ukraine


Free online image editor - Cellsea

I just found the new free online image editor called Cellsea. It will let you load image from your PC, from image link from the web, or you can provide web page URL and it will load all imaged on that URL and let you pick the image you want to edit on that page. Kinda cool and handy.

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World Cup Live feed, June 26 - Italy vs. Australia

June 26, 2006 first match.

Italy vs. Australia


Saturday, June 24, 2006

Amazing Pull-Apart Girl Magic

Amazing magic trick. I wonder what happened with that woman after the show. Some said that video is edited video. Any one know?

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Micro Shots of Insects

Amazing micro shots of insects. More micro pictures are available on this site

Thanks NYI LYNN SECK for the interesting post.


Amazing clouds over Iowa sky

A weather phenomenon filled the skies of Eastern Iowa Tuesday, and meteorologists say it's something we might not see again.

News Link (videos are also available)
More Images

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World Cup Live feed - Argentina vs. Mexico

Live feed

Argentina vs. Mexico



Friday, June 23, 2006

Watch World Cup 2006 on your PC

Quick instructions

Download the TVU player.

Run the installer program from your desktop.

Look for the TVU icon added to your desktop and double-click it.


Credit goes to Paul Boutin

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World Cup 2006 Jun 23 Live feed

Today matches

Saudi Arabia Vs. Spain
Ukraine Vs.Tunisia



Performancing for Firefox 1.2

I heard about Performancing for firefox blogging tool since I started this blog. Today I've a chance to play with it for a while. I've set up Metrics for my blog to check the stats of my blogs. I'm using this tool to publish this post right from Firefox browser. I saw Technorati (I don't know much about it yet, will try it later) in Page tools and in Bookmarks (my favourite bookmarking site by the way). Adding tags from Performencing seems promising, since this is my first time publishing the post using this too, I can't say much about it. So far, it is very time saver for posting to a blog. If this post turns out as I expected, I would be using this tool for posting from now on. Don't let me down Performancing!

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Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Howto use Free 1G online storage as network drive on your PC

Box is afree Online Storage. It will allow to access any files that you uploaded to storage from any computer anywhere. Free Online Storage features includes:
- Save backup copies of important files
- Move documents between your computers
- Setup sub-accounts for multiple user access
- Store photos and other important memories
- 1GB for free or 5GB for only $4.99/month
Yes, 1G free storage and you can do Webdav from any computer that has internet access. So I upload some importants file and some handy tools to my account. It allows me to access that drive from anywhere when I need it. To manage my Online Storage easily, I managed to use my free 1G Online storage as my network drive (Webdav)
This is the how to for adding 1G storage as a network drive on any PC. I'm gonig to show you as how I did on my Windows XP machine(Windows 2000 will have a little bit different steps, however the main idea is the same).

1. Sign-up for your free 1G storage at Box
2. Launch the "window explorer" or "internet explorer". In the Address bar, type “My Network Places” and hit “Enter”

3. Click “Add a Network Place” under Network Tasks. (Hint: If you used window explorer to launch “My Network Place”, you may need to close left panel window to see Network Tasks.

4. Click Next on “Add Network Place” window.

5. Select “Choose another network location” and click Next.

6. Enter for Internet or network address, and click “Next”

7. Enter your username and password and click “OK”

8. Enter the name of your Box network drive as you like.

9. Click “Finish” to complete

10. Your Free 1G storage from can be access from your desktop PC(My network place).

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Dell laptop explodes at Japanese conference

An inquirer reader attending a conference in Japan was sat just feet away from a laptop computer that suddenly exploded into flames and snapped it as amazing pictures.


Google Map updated many cities in high resolution satellite images

Google added many places in high resolution satellite images around the world. I've been using Google Maps since it launched and it is getting better and better. Well done Google team!
Google Map


Gmail down for some accounts

Many Gmail users are getting "Server Error" message for several hours. Many users reported about that issue. Weird thing is one account is working fine but other account didn't work in same location. My account is working fine as I'm posting this.


Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Added tags and Diggit to all post

I found out that it is really hard to find old posts as my posts grow. So I added tags to all of my posts and linked with tags. I also added tagrolls to the sidebar for easy access to all my posts using tags.
I also add Diggit link for diggers.

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How to open a bottle of beer in many ways

This video will show you how to open a bottle of beer in many ways.


Cool Rare "Rainbow" Spotted Over Idaho

This rainbow spotted over Idaho just looks cool!



Another way of advertising

This clip is of an interactive advertisment planted in a busy subway (SMRT/SBS Transit) station. It's basically a projector showing ads on the floor with interaction with the people walking by.


Monday, June 19, 2006

Happy Birthday Daw Aung San Suu Kyi!

"It is not power that corrupts but fear. Fear of losing power corrupts those who wield it and fear of the scourge of power corrupts those who are subject to it." (Aung San Suu Kyi, Freedom from Fear (1991))

June 19, 2006 is the 60th Birthday of Aung San Suu Kyi, (pronounced Aung Sawn Sue Chee) Nobel Peace laureate, one of the world's most renown freedom fighters and advocates of nonviolent, having served as the figurehead for Burma's struggle for democracy since 1988.
Many people around the world are celeberating her birthday withour her, since she is still under house arrest.
On your 60th birthday, I wish your life and your wishes will be coincided from this birthday to the future."

About Aung Sann Suu Kyi

Aung San Suu Kyi's Birthday Links:
Happy birthday, Aung San Suu Kyi
Leading US Congressman Delivers Suu Kyi Birthday Cards to Burmese Embassy
Aung San Suu Kyi Celebrates 60th Birthday Under House Arrest
Statement Of Senator Mitch McConnell On Resolution Honoring Daw Aung San Suu Kyi
Aung San Suu Kyi Birthday Wish Campaign


Sunday, June 18, 2006

Throwing a bowl of liquid nitrogen in the swimming pool

Ever wonder what happens when you dump a bucket of liquid nitrogen into a swimming pool? At Penguicon 4 in 2006, Nifty Guest Howard Tayler of took this video of Penguicon co-founder Rob Landley throwing a bowl of liquid nitrogen in the swimming pool, and the resulting billow of fog.


Google Checkout preparing to launch

I've read Google Checkout or Gbuy is about to launch on Cnet. According to Eric Schmidt, Google Checkout will not be like PayPal (if you mean person to person transactions) — but it will be very much like PayPal if you mean a way to accept payment for items online through a website. I've test and it took me to log-in page saying "Sign in to Purchases with your Google Account".


Microsoft France Hacked Today

According to SecurityDOT, Microsoft France was hacked today (06-18-2006). site is still down while I'm posting this. Screenshot had been taken.


Australia's Technological World Cup Advantage

The Socceroos are running software that looks for patterns in attacks of the opposing team. It also shows the effectiveness of different response strategies by recording where attacks fail when countered. I've seen how Australian team played on last world cup qualifying matches and not impressed by their style of play and performance. However, in the 2006 World Cup, I was impressed by how they play with Japan and Brazil so far. This is the first time in more than 30 years that Australia have qualified for the World Cup finals. May be the software they have been using is really helping the Socceroos??


Report: 86% of E-Mail Traffic is Spam!

I admitted that I've forwarded/sent some useless emails when I started using internet. Since I found out that those emails are actually useless and sometimes annoyed to other people, I stopped forwarding chain emails. Reports show that, "Of the 25 billion messages we processed in May, an astounding 86 percent were malicious or spam," said Andrew Lochart, senior director of marketing for Postini, a messaging security firm based in San Carlos, Calif. Please read below post from if you forward those email and think again if it is worth to forward those emails for using pricious bandwidth.

To all my thoughtful friends,
My heartfelt appreciation goes out to all of you who have taken the time and trouble to send me "forwards" over the past twelve months.
Thank you for making me feel safe, secure, blessed, and wealthy.
Extra thanks to whoever sent me the one about the rat crap in the glue on envelopes cause now I have to go get a wet towel every time I need to seal an envelope.
Also, I scrub the top of every can I open for the same reason.
Because of your concern, I no longer drink Coca Cola because it can remove toilet stains.
I no longer drink Pepsi or Dr Pepper since the people who make these products are atheists who refuse to put "Under God" on their cans.
I no longer use Saran wrap in the microwave because it causes cancer.
I no longer check the coin return on pay phones because I could be pricked with a needle infected with AIDS.
I no longer use cancer-causing deoderants even though I smell like a water buffalo on a hot day.
I no longer go to shopping malls because someone might drug me with a perfume sample and rob me.
I no longer recieve packages from nor send packages by UPS or FedEx since they are actually Al Qaeda in disguise.
I no longer answer the telephone because someone will ask me to dial a number for which I will get a phone bill with calls to Jamaica, Uganda, Singapore, and Uzbekistan.
I no longer eat KFC because their "chickens" are actually horrible mutant freaks with no eyes or feathers.
I no longer have any sneakers -- but that will change when I get my free replacement pair from Nike.
I no longer have to buy expensive cookies from Neiman Marcus since I now have their recipe.
I no longer have to worry about my soul because at last count I have 363214 angels looking out for me.
Thanks to you, I have learned that God only answers my prayers if I forward an e-mail to seven of my friends and make a wish in five minutes.
I no longer have any savings because I gave it to a sick girl that is about to die in the hospital (for the 1387258th time).
I no longer have any money at all - but that will change once I recieve the $15000 that Microsoft and AOL are sending me for participating in their special e-mail program.
Yes, I want to thank you so much for looking out for me that I will now return the favour!
If you don't send this e-mail to 144000 people in the next seven minutes, a large pigeon with a wicked case of diarrhea will land on your head at 5:00 PM (CST) this afternoon. I know this will occur because it actually happened to a friend of my next door neighbor's ex-mother-in-law's second-husband's cousin's beautician.



Craigslist has added many new cities and are categorized by state now.

Q: What is craigslist?
A: Local community classifieds and forums - a place to find jobs, housing, goods & services, social activities, a girlfriend or boyfriend, advice, community information, and just about anything else -- all for free, and in a relatively non-commercial environment.

Q: How did craigslist get started?
A: In early 1995, by Craig Newmark, in San Francisco, California. A little more history is here.

Completely useless facts collection

I was just browsing the web and found this site. A web site of all the useless facts, cool trivia, and interesting information that have been collected from various sources over the past few years. True to its name, most of the facts are useless, but many of them may actually help you in the future. Happy Browsing!

AIMPhoneline + Skypeout = Free all incoming calls & outgoing calls to US and Canada

AIMphoneline launched by AOL is offering a personal, local phone number you can give out to anyone - Your AIM® Digits, Voicemail, Caller ID and more - all FREE
You need to register here and download the software.
AIM Digits are part of the FREE AIM® Phoneline service. When you're online, you can screen calls, answer the ones you want, and talk as long as you'd like. When you're not online, your calls go to voicemail and are delivered to your e-mail.
Use Skypeout for Free calls to all landlines and mobile phones within the US and Canada and receive calls using AIMPhoneline for totally free incoming and outgoing calls. Not bad if you spend most of your time infront of your computer and has high speed internet.
Update: For some reason skypeout link is not showing up in the above paragraph in Firefox. So here is the link
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Saturday, June 17, 2006

How much power you need for your computer?

Which computer brand is the best? Some people will say Dell. All of the computer geeks will say "Custom built PC". While setting up the computer, all devices should get enough power or become a faulty or unstable computer. So how much power you need for your custom built computer with your selections of devices? This site has nice and handy power supply calculator.


Friday, June 16, 2006

Google tests online payment system "Gbuy"

Google's online payment system, Gbuy, is expected to launch June 28. Several retailers have been quietly testing a Google payment system called GBuy. Read more about Gbuy news here, here, here, and here.

World’s first 18x rewritable DVD Writer

I still don't have DVD writer on my desktop PC. I've been waiting for faster write speed. June 14, 2006, the Samsung’s SH-S182D features a speedy 8X double layer recording and quick 12X DVD-RAM recording, providing a five-minute improved RAM writing time over current drives. Which made one step closer for me to own DVD writer, but not my speed yet. :D

Cooling Computers with Tiny Jet Engines

The computer servers that fill huge data centers are producing more heat with every new generation of processors. It's a problem that's sending engineers on a search for cooling fans that are both small enough to fit inside ever-smaller server chassis and powerful enough to dispel increasing amounts of heat. At Hewlett-Packard, they've found one answer in an unexpected place: model jet airplanes. Great idea! I wonder how noisy it is.

Digg CEO Jay Adelson responds to Netscape challenge

Digg CEO Jay Adelson took time out of his busy schedule to email me some thoughts about Netscape's new digg-inspired community news site.
"Finally, we are very proud of the fact that there have been thousands of clones of digg. Keep them coming! (Time Warner is the first billion dollar company to do it, but bring it on. Surprised they went for the look and feel too, though.)
Stay tuned for v3! (Should be fun.)" (Jay Adelson)



Thursday, June 15, 2006

Netscape launches Digg Clone Beta

Netscape has launched a beta home page that turns the portal site into a social network focused on news. I see it as just a clone of Digg with ads everywhere. Ads in the middle of the comments is just a plain annoying! Digg is a technology news website that combines social bookmarking, blogging, RSS, and non-hierarchical editorial control. With digg, users submit stories for review, but rather than allow an editor to decide which stories go on the homepage, the users do. Digg has been one of my favourite sites and visit many times a day. You can compare how clean and simple is and Netscape Beta by yourself.
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Firefox Add-On with Live Updates from the World Cup

Mozilla had released a Firefox Extension for the World Cup that shows you notifications of goals/penalties/etc right in the browser. Great way to follow the World Cup while you're at work. GOOOOOAL! I found that the sidebar is little annoying to me so I turn it off. This add-on also shows scores/updates in the status bar. To turn off the sidebar, click Tools\Extensions, then right click on Companion and uncheck the open sidebar on browser starts. I know that FootieFox does the same thing however it was showing random scores for all matches and kind of leg in updating scores for me. So I switched to this one. We will see..

Post to added

You will notice the icon at the bottom of each post. What is that icon? What do I do with that? Well, I just added it last night for readers who use users can now post articles from this blog as easy as two quick clicks.
If you are not a user, you may wonder what is? is a collection of favorites - yours and everyone else's. Use to:
* Keep links to your favorite articles, blogs, music, restaurant reviews, and more on and access them from any computer on the web.
* Share favorites with friends, family, and colleagues.
* Discover new things. Everything on is someone's favorite - they've already done the work of finding it. Explore and enjoy.
If you are thinking to give a try, I recommend to read this before you starts, which will make your clean and save your time.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

More of your information than you think might be online

(CNN) -- If you are worried about a thief stealing your identity, it's not your wallet that needs guarding -- it's your state and local governments. Government Web sites often display Social Security numbers.. Read more


Picasa Web Albums

Google just launched Picasa Web Albums TEST service available to sign up.
It’s available by invitation, along with the latest downloadable version of Picasa, and offers:

* One-click web upload using Picasa’s new “Web Album” button
* Free storage space to post and share approximately 1000 photos, with the option to upgrade to more space
* High-quality photos, automatically resized and optimized to fill available screen space
* Pre-loaded images enable quick scrolling using arrow keys, and mimic a desktop experience of “flipping” through photos, even on the web
* End-to-end photo management that makes it easy to download uploaded photos back to your computer
I've jsut signed up and waiting for the invite. I've viewed Picasa user’s Public Gallery and found that transitions between photos are very fast!
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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Warcraft III and Google Earth on a Table

This video shows some PhD students research on multi user multimodal tabletop interaction. It allows multi user gesture and speech interaction ... all over Google Earth and Warcraft III on a digital table display. For more information please visit project homepage.


How hard is cancelling the AOL account?

A guy tried to cancel his AOL account.Knowing the frustration of cancelling AOL service he decided to record the conversation between him and CSR of AOL. Read more and listen what he recorded here.

Google Earth (Release 4 - BETA)

The latest version of Google Earth is being released in beta form. The nav panel at the bottom of the screen is gone, freeing up more real estate for actual imagery. The nav panel tools are still accessible, though; the nav controllers are now in the upper right and the tools (measure, print, email) are in the new tools bar along the top. improved the terrain and Linux version of Google Earth is now available in beta. Download free version of Google Earth.

Monday, June 12, 2006

Random Live web cams

Somebody diggit and I found it interesting. These Random Live webcams were found automatically through a variety of clever search techniques. Their owners might or might not have intended for them to be public. But they obviously are.
This one is what I've found on the net long time ago. Similar to those random live webcams.

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Algonkian Regional Park Golf Course

Today, I went to play golf at Algonkian Regional Park Golf Course. One nice thing of this golf course is you can see deers are going around on the fairway. Today I aslo saw a fox crossing infront of the Tee. I shot some pictures of deers and fox.

Deer in the rough

Deer next to the fairway

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Friday, June 09, 2006

2006 FIFA World Cup - The countdown ends today!

The 2006 FIFA World Cup finals (officially titled 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany, sometimes referred to as the World Cup, or more rarely, the Football World Cup) are scheduled to take place in Germany between 9 June and 9 July 2006. Qualification for the tournament is now complete, with all 32 competing teams confirmed. The 2006 finals are the eighteenth to be contested. In June 2000, Germany won the right to host the event, beating the bids of England, Brazil, Morocco and South Africa (which is due to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup). The motto for the event is "A time to make friends".
This year, most of the matches are playing during working hour in Eastern Time. So, I planned to use, Firefox Browser and its extensions. Here is my plan-
I've installed ReloadEvery firefox extension. I will set it to reload automatically every 30 seconds for page. I've installed another extension called FootieFox as a back-up. So I will know the scores while I'm not on page.

My favourite player, Ronaldinho

Information for 2006 FIFA World Cup
Germany 2006 Match Schedule
TV Schedule

Wikipedia 2006 FIFA World Cup


Satellite Photos Updated in Google Earth

One of my friends(thanks Taz) told me that Google has updated satellite photos in Google Earth. I then fired up my Google Earth and found many South East Asia countries got new satellite photos and some cities can be viewed in decent view level (I can find my house there :). Free version of Google Earth can be downloaded here.

Thursday, June 08, 2006

Get rid of stuffed or running nose without drugs

I've been suffering from allergy for almost a month now. When I had my allergy at the beginning of this season stuffy nose or running nose are the worst problem at sleep time. Today I found how to Get rid of stuffed or running nose without drugs on this blog. I will give it a try.
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Disable Thumbs.db

I found thumbs.db annoyed me whenever I want to move/delete folder that contains image files. Here is how to Get rid of Thumbs.db from

There’s a file called Thumbs.db in almost every one of the folders on my computer. What is it and how do I get rid of it?

Thumbs.db is a system file generated automatically by Windows XP when you view the contents of a folder in “Thumbnail” or “Filmstrip” view. Thumbs.db contains a copy of each of the tiny preview images generated for image files in that folder so that they load up quickly the next time you browse that folder. Thumbs.db also stores your settings with regard to thumbnail and filmstrip view.

Despite the fact that Thumbs.db is a hidden system file, it annoys people because it tends to show up in places where it’s not wanted. Many times you’ll try to zip up a folder full of images and e-mail them to a friend or upload them to an FTP site, and Thumbs.db goes along for the ride.

To stop your computer from generating and regenerating future Thumbs.db files, do the following:

If you’re on the desktop…

1. Click Start
2. Double-click Control Panel
3. Double-click Folder Options

Or, if you have My Computer open and are browsing any folder in your system…

1. Click Tools (next to File, Edit, View at the top of the screen)
2. Click Folder Options

After performing either of those two operations, the “Folder Options” window will open up.

1. Click on the View tab
2. Check off the circle next to Do not cache thumbnails
3. Click the Ok button

Once you click the Ok button, your computer will cease to generate Thumbs.db files. If you delete any of the existing Thumbs.db files, they will not return. Be forewarned though, if you browse a folder that contains a large quantity of image files (or extremely large image files), it will take a long time for that folder to load even if you have previously browsed it because the thumbnail images will not have been cached in Thumbs.db.


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Searching in Google and Gmail

I use these as my Cheat Sheets. Very handy!
Quick Reference: Google Advanced Operators
Using Search Operators (Advanced Operators)
Using Advanced Search in Gmail
Cheat Sheet in PDF document
Searching Tips
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Blug Frog failed but Okopipi is here!

After Blug Frog had been failed fighting with spammers, fans of blue frog formed as a community called An Open Source Blue Frog(Okopipi). Birthplace of Okopipi is here and this is the home of Okopipi. If you are a programmer and want to contribute something to fight spammers, google discussion groups can be found here and here and here.


Wednesday, June 07, 2006

dBbr: No Bashing or Whining!

M$ really need to focus on their products for improvement and don't bash or whine others like this.
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10 flagrant grammar mistakes that make you look stupid

If you want to craft an error-free message that reflects your professionalism, be on the lookout for these common grammatical slip-ups.

#1: Loose for lose
No: I always loose the product key.
Yes: I always lose the product key.

#2: It's for its (or god forbid, its')
No: Download the HTA, along with it's readme file.
Yes: Download the HTA, along with its readme file.

No: The laptop is overheating and its making that funny noise again.
Yes: The laptop is overheating and it's making that funny noise again.

#3: They're for their for there
No: The managers are in they're weekly planning meeting.
Yes: The managers are in their weekly planning meeting.

No: The techs have to check there cell phones at the door, and their not happy about it.
Yes: The techs have to check their cell phones at the door, and they're not happy about it.

#4: i.e. for e.g.
No: Use an anti-spyware program (i.e., Ad-Aware).
Yes: Use an anti-spyware program (e.g., Ad-Aware).

Note: The term i.e. means "that is"; e.g. means "for example". And a comma follows both of them.

#5: Effect for affect
No: The outage shouldn't effect any users during work hours.
Yes: The outage shouldn't affect any users during work hours.
Yes: The outage shouldn't have any effect on users.
Yes: We will effect several changes during the downtime.

Note: Impact is not a verb. Purists, at least, beg you to use affect instead:

No: The outage shouldn't impact any users during work hours.
Yes: The outage shouldn't affect any users during work hours.
Yes: The outage should have no impact on users during work hours.

#6: You're for your
No: Remember to defrag you're machine on a regular basis.
Yes: Remember to defrag your machine on a regular basis.

No: Your right about the changes.
Yes: You're right about the changes.

#7: Different than for different from

No: This setup is different than the one at the main office.
Yes: This setup is different from the one at the main office.
Yes: This setup is better than the one at the main office.

#8 Lay for lie
No: I got dizzy and had to lay down.
Yes: I got dizzy and had to lie down.
Yes: Just lay those books over there.

#9: Then for than
No: The accounting department had more problems then we did.
Yes: The accounting department had more problems than we did.
Note: Here's a sub-peeve. When a sentence construction begins with If, you don't need a then. Then is implicit, so it's superfluous and wordy:

No: If you can't get Windows to boot, then you'll need to call Ted.
Yes: If you can't get Windows to boot, you'll need to call Ted.

#10: Could of, would of for could have, would have
No: I could of installed that app by mistake.
Yes: I could have installed that app by mistake.

No: I would of sent you a meeting notice, but you were out of town.
Yes: I would have sent you a meeting notice, but you were out of town.



Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Google video player for Mac

Google video player for Mac has been released by google.

Google spreadsheet

Google spreadsheets has been launched for testing.
You can sign up for Googlespreadsheet to test.
This blog has nice video of how google spreadsheet works.
I just received email from google saying my account for spreadsheet has been activated. I've been using it for 5 minutes and it is very neat.


Canon S2 IS

I was testing the Canon S2 IS camera.