Thursday, November 11, 2010

Chromium OS - Flow

Chromium OS - Flow

Flow is the latest in the line of Hexxeh's hugely popular ChromiumOS builds. Flow is the most exciting version yet, bringing even more hardware support, an auto-updater, webcam support and an improved application menu & directory. All this, requires only a 2GB USB drive (download size is 327MB)

Any question ask the programmer code Hexxeh:

  • Make a ChromiumOS live USB drive on Windows
  • Make a ChromiumOS live USB drive on Linux
  • Make a ChromiumOS live USB drive on a Mac
  • Development blog
  • FAQ's
  • ChromiumOS Wiki
  • Issue tracker
  • Submit an app


Chromium OS - Flow Interface
Image credit to http://technologytosoftware.com
More explanation here

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

ASP.net and blog development

If you are not familiar with
computer languages like javascript or perl, you may
find that the release of ASP.NET does not directly
affect you at all. However, if you are an experienced
web designer, you are likely to find much to celebrate in
this exciting new program.

A lot of people have welcomed ASP.NET blogging
software with enthusiasm and with open arms.
However, that doesn't mean that the ASP.NET program
is right for everybody.

Of all of the different kinds of programs on the market
today, many people feel that Microsoft's recently
released ASP.NET blogging software is the most
advanced. In many ways, this particular program is
more adaptable and more versatile than any other
blogging software on the market. Although most of the
people who favor the program are accomplished coders
who are familiar with programming languages like html
and C++, this new program from Microsoft is much
easier to use than a lot of other blog design software
that incorporates hands-on coding. One of the things
that makes ASP.NET stand apart from its competitors is
the fact that it allows designers to use a wide variety of
programming languages when they build a blog. This
means that a larger number of coders can realize their
dreams by programming in the language with which
they are most familiar and in which they are most
accomplished.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Skill for internet and information technology manipulation

Skill for internet and information technology manipulation
  1. Skilled in the use of the term information and communication technology
  2. Skilled in the practice environment in an efficient computer workstation
  3. Skilled in managing the electronic files
  4. Excellence in Internet use
  5. Using a technique very effective when doing electronic research
  6. Skilled produce documents with features mail merge using a word processor
  7. Skilled use features form, function categories, formulas, database features, Sorting and autofilter in spreadsheet software.
  8. Skilled produce tables, queries, forms, and reports using database software.
  9. Skilled in the production of documents berfitur slide show transition, custom animation, hyperlinks, and insert movie, sound, chart, picture, etc.
  10. Last but not least computer it self that are you using now

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

5 Important Rules in Website Design

5 Important Rules in Website Design


When it comes to your website, extra attention should be paid to every minute detail to make sure it performs optimally to serve its purpose. Here are seven important rules of thumb to observe to make sure your website performs well.

1) Do not use splash pages

Splash pages are the first pages you see when you arrive at a website. They normally have a very beautiful image with words like "welcome" or "click here to enter". In fact, they are just that -- pretty vases with no real purpose. Do not let your visitors have a reason to click on the "back" button! Give them the value of your site up front without the splash page.

2) Do not use excessive banner advertisements

Even the least net savvy people have trained themselves to ignore banner advertisements so you will be wasting valuable website real estate. Instead, provide more valueable content and weave relevant affiliate links into your content, and let your visitors feel that they want to buy instead of being pushed to buy.

3) Have a simple and clear navigation

You have to provide a simple and very straightforward navigation menu so that even a young child will know how to use it. Stay away from complicated Flash based menus or multi-tiered dropdown menus. If your visitors don't know how to navigate, they will leave your site.

4) Have a clear indication of where the user is

When visitors are deeply engrossed in browsing your site, you will want to make sure they know which part of the site they are in at that moment. That way, they will be able to browse relevant information or navigate to any section of the site easily. Don't confuse your visitors because confusion means "abandon ship"!

5) Avoid using audio on your site

If your visitor is going to stay a long time at your site, reading your content, you will want to make sure they're not annoyed by some audio looping on and on on your website. If you insist on adding audio, make sure they have some control over it -- volume or muting controls would work fine.

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Trick to remember password and username

Every of us today want to memorized something for password, code, usename, telephone numbers, credit and debit card numbers, ZIP codes, PINs etc...

following is just my imagination or what other people suggest in point.
  • Create Associations

  • Break Long Numbers into Smaller Parts
  • Look for Patterns

  • Learn Actively

  • Repeat It

  • Visualize the Shape the Numbers Make on a Keypad

  • Convert Numbers to Words or Images



Above all matters you may also take care when creating your password and username. Read here on how to secure your password