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October 5, 2010

Masa aku pegi MOSC2010 yg lalu, byk diorg tekankan pasal penggunaan image for securing data…diorg ada tunjuk demo how to hide data behind the image…presenter tu dari India tpi menarik sgt aku rsa…before2 ni, code digunakan utk hide data tpi skang ni guna image plak..cool gak aku rsa…masa demo tu diorg tunjuk gambo pomwan pose seksi di tepi pantai..ekekekee…hacker or any spam pon klu tgk image pomwan camtu maybe diorg pon bakal ‘terleka’ jugok…hahhahaa…n baru2 ni aku adalah terjumpa sebuah web yg menggunakan pendekatan tersebut…tahniah aku ucapkan..walau web tu biasa2 jer tpi aku rsa mcm geek plak…ekekekekee…

cool tak???

So, orang2 arab takleh join laa web ni…hahahha…for sure diorg xkenal p.ramlee punya!!…hahahhaha 🙂

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Ermm..sejak guna Chrome ni, aku rasa lebih brand new feel…ya, inilah yg aku maukan…byk perkara yg membuatkan aku rasa sebegitu..salah satunya adalah penggunaan search engine such as google…Google search on Chrome akan predict and list down all the related topic starting from our 1st alphabet!! cool huh?..so tak perlu lagi kita menaip full wording (melainkan kalau google search tak jumpa laa)…sangat menyenangkan hidup lah..so meh aku list down yg boleh membantu kita mempermudahkan carian..byk technic sebenornya 🙂

1.Know the notation. One of the most important factors in a Google search is the way you type your request. For example, if you simply type the name Joe Smith, you’ll get hits about everyone ever named Joe or Smith or was a blacksmith or listened to Cotton Eye Joe … you get the picture. If you place quotations around your search words, Google will know you are only hunting for the exact phrase “Joe Smith” and nothing in between. A dash before a word indicates that Google should avoid that word. If you’re getting a lot of hits for a bar Joe Smith and you want a person, use this technique to make all of those unwanted results disappear: “Joe Smith”-bar.

2.Help Google help you. If the above notation still seems a little too complicated, Google will actually insert these features for you. Click on “Advanced Search” next to the search button and fill out the appropriate fields according to your wishes. The helpful prompts say things like “Find pages that have all these words.” The advanced search also allows you to filter your results by language, file type and website. You can even control how many results appear per Google page.

3.Think outside the search engine box. Once you have mastered the basics, you can get even more creative in the way you narrow your search. Using a combination of advanced search features often yields the best results. For example, if you want to find a dance club in New York, type “dance club” “New York.” This will give you every result with both of the exact phrases you want. To take things to a trickier level, if you are trying to find the Bob Smith who is married to Susan Jones, but not the Bob Smith who went to Harvard, simply type: “Bob Smith” “Susan Jones” -Harvard. You will suddenly have 1 or 2 pages of the exact information you were hunting for.

4.Give a little hint. All notation aside, the exact wording of a search is also very important. Try to use the most exact language possible. If you are looking for a salsa club in your town, be sure to use the very specific word “salsa,” not simply “dance” or “club.” If you want to go to a museum exhibit, type “museum” rather than “art” to weed out hits about galleries, fine arts schools, and other terms with “art” in them.

5.Get Google personal. Google has a relatively new feature called iGoogle that allows you to customize the Google features to fit your needs. One of the most useful options this program boasts is customized Google news. Simply add a Google news box to your homepage, enter your request using the above tips, and Google will instantly update your page with any fresh information or news on that topic. This way, you no longer have to repeatedly search for the same topic daily, but let Google do it for you.

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Ya..aku sekarang sedang angau!!..sudah jatuh chenta sama si dia di atas nun…before this i just heard about him..never try before coz i already heard that it very difficult to flirt with him..hanya org2 power saja berjaya mengorat si dia…i don’t feel too brave to try..macam2 cite mengerikan yg aku dengar..so aku hanya berani mengintai dari tirai kamar..hehehe…but akhirnya aku berjaya juga flirt with him!!!…ia membuatkan aku tido tidak lena lagi seperti dulu2..klu dlu tdo jer mlm, esok pagi bru terjaga but bila aku start mengenali si dia, tido aku dh xlena lagi..sekejap2 terjaga n keep thinking bout him…walaupon dia mbuatkan mata aku mcm mata polar (like kungfu panda) tpi takpe sebab gua sudah jatuh cintan sama dia!!!!…so aku plan lepas ni utk lebih akrab mengenalinya…and my next dating with him was Courseware Tracking System..hiks 🙂

Multiple Assignment

March 7, 2009


a = b = c = 0

Set three variable to one value.

Problems??

Writer comment:
..I don’t see any very-the-big problem with that declaration BUT i’m still confused why my dear leacturer put it as very-the-big+hard problem to think and solve…any comment from readers who read this entry untill this word?? 😀