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China Is Great!PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 29 April 2007
Fake iPhoneIf you pay close attention to China, you might notice that they are great in everyway. There are even fake iPhones coming out from China! I worked as an IT Support a year ago and I have heard of Huawei Corporation from China. Their technology is basically the same as Cisco and other major brands. If you are Cisco certified, then you are definitely Huawei certified :)

Anyway, a friend of mine got back from Hong Kong recently. He bought an iPhone for another friend of mine for $90 – my first reaction, OMG where did u get such a cheap phone?

The iPhone look pretty the same as the real thing. I don’t have a screenshot of the phone but it’s something like what I’ve attached on this article.

Want an iPhone? Have China iPhones!

God of War 2 TrailerPDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 28 April 2007
You should definitely watch this trailer. Although the game has been out for quite sometime now, it’s not too late to play it!

The moves are slick and the graphics are simply awesome. You should watch this trailer or purchase the game right away!

Google Has Updated the Page RanksPDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 28 April 2007
PR updates 2007Good news! Google has updated the Page Ranks for all the sites indexed in their search engine. is now a PR4 site! Although I think that PR4 is pretty easy to attain, I’m aiming high for at least a PR5 on the next update – 3 to 4 months down the road.

Here are some basic guidelines on how to build a Page Rank:

1. Increase your backlinks
2. Increase quality of backlinks
3. Site must be indexed on Google
4. To be indexed, your site must be of a certain size
5. Owning your own domain name might get you a better PR

Of course there are more factors to be included. These are just basics.


Vista BlooperPDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 22 April 2007
 Vista said that he wanted to kill the aunt and delete while select all ~_~'
WordPress or Joomla?PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 22 April 2007

Before I ventured online, I had a dilemma –

WordPress or Joomla? It was a hard pick. I started of on Blogger and moved to WordPress after I got my paid web hosting up and running. Later I discovered Joomla and sticked to it ever since. But the big question remained – WordPress or Joomla?

I bet there are many bloggers or aspiring bloggers that want to start their online blog and make money out of it. I see that many rely on WordPress and I believe there is good reason behind it.

WordPress Joomla

WordPress is easy to install and use. If you are renting your own web host, usually they will have a list of free software that you can install and use. WordPress is one of them. Installation on the server will take a couple of minutes and that’s it. WordPress is easy but to add additional function, you’ll need some technical or IT skills. I’m not a seasoned WordPress user, but I did use it for a while. You’ll have free templates readily available everywhere on the Internet.

What I didn’t like about WordPress was that I can’t really put functions or extra things in it. Furthermore, I don’t really have power over content management. Sometimes I want the post to stay on top – but I couldn’t find any function to support it.

Joomla might take some time to master it. It’s not easy to use and at first glance your face might be like this --> ~_~? It took me a couple of hours to really master and learn Joomla. I like it very much but it might be for seasoned bloggers who know moderate level of HTML.

I could add functions easily on Joomla and content management is fantastic. I have full control over the website’s content and how I want it to appear.

But there might be some problem caused by Joomla.

1. Their coding uses too many frames which might not display properly in some browsers.
2. Overly complicated coding that doesn’t pass the WC3’s XHTML tests.
3. Template might not work properly and might affect some functions such as embedding a YouTube video.

The list might go on, but I’m glad to be using Joomla. I’ll stick to it until something better comes out.