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Monday, June 26, 2006
links part 2
A better way to use your old computers ..... Use theme ... like this ...

You can see more by clicking here ...

And you know that good advertising is the key of success.
and these are some good(fun) ads.

Nice ...Huh?

Do you want more? ... so click here

Sunday, June 25, 2006
Learning Visual Basic - Edition 3
hi

If you want to learn Visual Basic, one of the best ways is to learn from a good book. Author Chuck Easttom has released his third edition of "Learning Visual Basic" which is available for FREE download from this site...

With almost 220 A4 pages, Chuck's book covers everything you need to get you started with VB, including the design environment, the controls, data controls, designing a database, data types, loops, arrays, simple API calling, classes, collections, simple COM, Crystal Reports, printing, ActiveX DLLs and controls and much more.

Throughout the book are lots of code examples to explain how things should be done as well as useful tips on concepts and the best way of doing things.


click here to download the e-book

it is one of my favorite books ... I hope you enjoy and learn
Toshiba Announces First HD DVD Recorder

Toshiba announced today that it will ship the first HD DVD recorder, RD-A1, on July 14--but don't get too excited: The recorder will only be available in Japan at launch.



The announcement comes as a bit of a surprise--when last quizzed on recording for the home, the HD DVD Promotion Group indicated to me that recorders wouldn't likely hit until next year, and that may yet be the case for the U.S. market. I was also told that, after the postponements of the HD DVD player, an announcement about a recorder wouldn't come until closer to when something would ship--which is exactly what Toshiba did with its announcement earlier today.

The announcement does explain why, suddenly, media manufacturers, including Verbatim and RitekUSA, announced impending availability of recordable HD DVD-R media. And with this announcement, the precarious balance in the next-gen optical battle is rocked. Only slightly, though.
The timing of the announcement takes attention away from rival format Blu-ray, which this week launched its first titles from Sony; the first player, from Samsung, officially launches on Sunday.

one of the manufacturers selling Blu-ray-based players have discussed recorder availability, and the Blu-ray Disc Association can't commit to a time frame for recorder availability--a spokesperson said that will be up to the individual companies involved in Blu-ray.

High-definition recording is not new: Sony, Panasonic, Sharp, and Samsung Electronics have offered Blu-ray-based recorders overseas. What is interesting to note about the Toshiba, though, is that it does support the Advanced Access Content System (AACS) copy controls.

Like those other recorders, the RD-A1 will be expensive: About $3600 in US dollars. For that admission price, you'll get a 1-terabyte hard disk, as well as support for recording to single-layer 15GB HD DVD-R and dual-layer 30GB HD DVD-R discs (for up to 115 and 230 minutes of video, respectively, and for recording to standard DVD-R/RW/RAM media. Other notable specs include: The recorder will output images at 1080p resolution; can upconvert DVDs to 1080p; is DLNA-compliant; and includes Internet connectiviy via Toshiba's Net de Navi software, for remotely programming recordings online.

The specs certainly make me salivate. I'm never home, and need to record my television for viewing later (sound familiar?). I've long resisted the lure of HD in part because I know it would be wasted on me: I'd never be able to watch TV recorded in it (yes, there are HD hard disk recorders now, and none of those would work for me--I'd have them full in no time). Not that I have a spare $3600 lying around (plus more for a high-def display to match), but this announcement makes the future of home recording suddenly seem a lot more real to me--even if I will probably still have to wait another year or two before the prices come out of the stratosphere, and into the realm of us mere mortals.

How important is recording televised HD content to you?

source: pc world


Saturday, June 24, 2006
logon studio (free software)
Stardock LogonStudio allows Windows XP users to edit, change, and apply new logon screens. LogonStudio comes built with a visual editor to make it easy to create your own logons which can then be uploaded to websites to be used by others users.

LogonStudio uses .logonxp files rather than requiring users to replace their actual logonui.exe.
LogonStudio is free.


Click here to give it a try.
Friday, June 23, 2006
video clips
hello

have you ever watched these amazing video clips?

I know that all of you know crazy frog but have you seen his new video called:
Crazy frog: we are the champions :
http://www.ezprezzo.com/videoclips/crazy_frog_champions.html

Jim Carrey special:(includes 3 really funny clips)
http://www.ezprezzo.com/videoclips/jim_carrey_special.html
Wednesday, June 21, 2006
links part 1
hi

Just don't miss these links below:

that's how rabbits like the pointer of your mouse(a very nice flash)
http://sitegardi.com/view.php?url=go.php?url=3543,5,2006,06

tree art ( its wonderful)
http://www.ezprezzo.com/crazypics/tree_art.html

snail movement (dont miss it)
http://www.ezprezzo.com/crazypics/mission_impossible.html
Tuesday, June 20, 2006
neutral desktop
Summer is here and many of us are stuck in doors at times we don't want to. One of my favorite programs that I highly recommend to others is called Natural Desktop. Natural Desktop 2006 has been out for awhile now. It's not brand new. What it does is look at the current weather, the current time of day, your location, and then changes your wallpaper and provides a weather portal.
But that's not the part that I love the most these days. The killer aspect for me of Natural Desktop are the sounds. Forget the screenshots, you can minimize Natural Desktop so that there is no visual part. It's the audio of it. Natural Desktop plays nature sounds based on weather, time of day, etc. So during the course of the day, you'll hear morning doves or cicadas or frogs or whatever. And it's very subtle and nice.
The whole program is only $10 ($9 if you have Object Desktop). The sounds alone are worth that in my (admittedly biased) opinion. Just having all those natural sounds playing throughout the day while indoors is very nice to have.
It's website is www.naturaldesktop.com.

source:http://www.wincustomize.com/
Sunday, June 18, 2006
Macromedia Flash MX 2004 tutorial
hello

Macromedia Flash MX 2004 is one of the best softwares for creating web animations, cartoons, or flash applications.and I found this program one of the best softwares.

now are you going to learn this software?

just click here to learn
Friday, June 16, 2006
strange customs
Hello there ...
how much do you know about the customs of different countries?
what about the strange ones?

I was searching and a I found a blog about strange customs of the world
I liked that, it was so interesting for me

click here to visit the page

have fun ...
Thursday, June 15, 2006
GMail Drive shell extension
hello everybody

GMail Drive is a Shell Namespace Extension that creates a virtual filesystem around your Google GMail account, allowing you to use GMail as a storage medium.
GMail Drive creates a virtual filesystem on top of your Google GMail account and enables you to save and retrieve files stored on your GMail account directly from inside Windows Explorer.
GMail Drive literally adds a new drive to your computer under the My Computer folder, where you can create new folders, copy and drag'n'drop files to.GMail Drive shell extension is a tool that creates a virtual filesystem.
Ever since Google started to offer users a GMail e-mail account, which includes storage space of a 2700 megabytes, you have had plenty of storage space but not a lot to fill it up with.
With GMail Drive you can easily copy files to your GMail account and retrieve them again. When you create a new file using GMail Drive, it generates an e-mail and posts it to your account.
The e-mail appears in your normal Inbox folder, and the file is attached as an e-mail attachment. GMail Drive periodically checks your mail account (using the GMail search function) to see if new files have arrived and to rebuild the directory structures.
But basically GMail Drive acts as any other hard-drive installed on your computer.You can copy files to and from the GMail Drive folder simply by using drag'n'drop like you're used to with the normal Explorer folders.
Because the GMail files will clutter up your Inbox folder, you may wish to create a filter in GMail to automatically move the files (prefixed with the GMAILFS letters) to your archived mail folder.
Please note that GMail Drive is still an experimental tool. There's still a number of limitations of the file-system (such as total filename size must be less than 40 characters), and it doesn't make full use of the secure internet protocols available.


click here to download

bye
Wednesday, June 14, 2006
Lets get started
Hi there
this is my blog about computer and internet and i'm gonna share my little knowledge about computer, internet and IT.