Been exchanging emails with a blogger slash mommy friend of mine regarding questions and inquiries on domain and hosting for my other blog, something that I've been neglecting for more than five months or so. Suddenly I just had the urge to run it again, one is because I'm getting bored and tired with my other blogs that I keep on updating, two, I wanted to join the bandwagon of friends who are using the same free blog homes. Good thing, my friend who works as a happens to know someone whom I can get in touch with regards to domain and hosting of my soon to launch new site. Actually, there are many sites that gives network solutions to different woes of people like me, whom is not that particular with the designs and other stuffs related to sites renovation and building. Until I came to saw web hosts by wpdesigner.com a website that teaches those who would want to create on their own a website with their own design that they chose. Or they can also hook you up with professional website designer for you to be able to get your site moving. They even has packages that catches my interests, with very affordable prices that wouldn't make you feel the slash from the pocket.
... that you better not use, or you'll be tag to have stuck on the era of the 80's! lol
Popular in the mid-90s, the term "intranet" referred to a private network running the Internet Protocol and other Internet standards such as the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). It was also used to describe an internal Web site that was hosted behind a firewall and was accessible only to employees. Today, every private network runs IP. So you can just use the term virtual private network or VPN to describe a private IP-based network.
An "extranet" referred to private network connections based on Internet standards such as IP and HTTP that extended outside an organization, such as between business partners. Extranets often replaced point-to-point electronic data interchange (EDI) connections that used standards such as X12. Today, companies provide suppliers, resellers and other members of their supply chain with access to their VPNs.
3. Web Surfing
When is the last time you heard someone talk about surfing the Web? You know the term is out of date when your kids don't know what it means. To teens and tweens, the Internet and the World Wide Web are one and the same thing. So it's better to use the term "browsing" the Web if you want to be understood.
4. Push Technology
The debate over the merits of "push" versus "pull" technology came to a head in 1996 with the release of the PointCast Network, a Web service that sent a steady stream of news to subscribers. However, PointCast and other push technology services required too much network bandwidth. Eventually, push technology evolved into RSS feeds, which remain the preferred method for publishing information to subscribers of the Internet. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication.
5. Application Service Provider (ASP)
During this decade, the term "Application Service Provider" evolved into "Software-as-a-Service." Both terms refer to a vendor hosting a software application and providing access to it over the Web. Customers buy the software on a subscription basis, rather than having to own and operate it themselves. ASP was a hot term prior to the dot-com bust. Then it was replaced by "SaaS." Now it's cool to talk about "cloud computing."
6. Personal Digital Assistant (PDA)
Coined by former Apple CEO John Sculley back in 1992 when he unveiled the Apple Newton, the term "personal digital assistant" referred to a handheld computer. PDA was still in use in 1996, when the Palm Pilot was the hottest handheld in corporate America. Today, the preferred generic term for a handheld like a Blackberry or an iPhone is a "smartphone".
7. Internet Telephony
You need to purge the term "Internet telephony" from your vocabulary and switch to VoIP, for Voice over IP. Even the term VoIP is getting old-fashioned because pretty soon all telephone calls will be routed over the Internet rather than the Public Switched Telephone Network. It's probably time to stop referring to the PSTN, too, because it is headed for the history books as all voice, data and video traffic is carried on the Internet.
A blog is a shortened version of "Weblog," a term that emerged in the late 1990s to describe commentary that an individual publishes online. It spawned many words still in use such as "blogger" and "blogosphere." Nowadays, few people have time to blog so they are "microblogging," which is another word that's heading out the door as people turn Twitter into a generic term for blasting out 140-character observations or opinions.
9. Thin Client
You have to give Larry Ellison credit for seeing many of the flaws in the client/server computing architecture and for popularizing the term "thin client" to refer to Oracle's alternative terminal-like approach. In 1993, Ellison was touting thin clients as a way for large organizations to improve network security and manageability. Although thin clients never replaced PCs, the concept is similar to "virtual desktops" that are gaining popularity today as a way of supporting mobile workers.
In 1984, the U.S. government forced AT&T to split up into seven Regional Bell Operating Companies [RBOCs] also known as Baby Bells. Customers bought local service from RBOCs and long-distance service from carriers such as AT&T. Telecom industry mergers over the last 15 years have formed integrated local- and long-distance carriers such as AT&T, Verizon and Qwest. This makes not only the term RBOC obsolete, but also the terms ILEC for Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier [i.e., GTE] and CLEC for Competitive Local Exchange Carrier [i.e., MFS].
11. Long-Distance Call
Thanks to flat-rate calling plans available from carriers for at least five years, nobody needs to distinguish between local and long-distance calls anymore. Similarly, you don't need to distinguish between terrestrial and wireless calls because so many people use only wireless services. Like pay phones, long-distance calls -- and their premium prices -- are relics of a past without national and unlimited calling plans.
12. World Wide Web
Nobody talks about the "World Wide Web" anymore, or the "Information Superhighway," for that matter. It's just the Internet. It's a distinction that Steve Czaban, the popular Fox Sports Radio talk show host, likes to mock when he refers to the "Worldwide Interweb." Nothing dates you more than pulling out one of those old-fashioned ways of referring to the Internet such as "infobahn" or "electronic highway."
Speaking of huge belt buckles, I remember how my dad used to strut huge buckled belts during the 80's! it was also the thing that my mom uses to scare us, she'll act as if she'll hit us with that huge wide buckles! Funny how we reminisce those funny times. I wonder where in the world are those buckles! Maybe we can frame those or whatever!
Anyways, if you are looking for bathroom inspiration and are planning to redecorate the ones you have, take a good look at the photos below and be inspired!
Anyways, speaking online buying, one of my former colleague offers me his for sale replica watches that are becoming a hit to my previous office. Well I heard that everyone seems to buying their favorite branded watch replica without practically ripping off their pockets. Now that's what others call being frugal and practical right? So did I get anything from him? nope. not yet. Will try to see his collections and from then I can decide. Will keep you posted, as usual.
The beauty of Facebook is that we can instantly find out if a guy is available or off-limits. No 30-minute talk in a bar, trying to suss out if he has a girlfriend waiting for him at home. But if that info is kept a secret, we’re forced to look through and analyze his photos and wall posts to figure it out — which makes us feel like stalkers. Guys: If you’re single, do us both a favor and make that info public knowledge. And if you’re part of a twosome, own up to it. Especially when we’re one of the two.
2. They Block Their Photos
We can understand a guy wanting to keep certain people from viewing his pictures. But seeing as how we’re not his mom, boss, or pastor, it bugs us when we can’t see a dude’s photos. Here’s the thing: We always imagine the worst. So when we’re kept in the dark and can’t click through a guy’s albums, we imagine he’s blowing lines, hooking up with two girls at once, or running around naked at a party. Unfair, but true. He’s not saving his reputation by blocking his photos. In fact, not being able to click on them makes us think a little less of him.
3. They Ask Us Out...in Front of All Our Friends
Next time a guy gets tempted to leave us a wall post that reads, “Let me know if you want to hang out sometime,” he should imagine standing up in front of a room full of our family, friends, ex-boyfriends, and coworkers and then asking us out. Because that’s essentially what he’s doing. We don’t want all 889 of our friends to be a part of the courting. Oh and P.S., we’d appreciate a little more effort. You know, maybe an old-fashioned e-mail or text like we see in those historic romantic comedies.
4. They Detag Themselves in Our Photos
This is the online equivalent of a guy pretending he’s just asking for directions when his friends catch him talking to us. There is something strangely offensive about scrolling through your recently uploaded albums and discovering that a guy you tagged has detagged himself. If a photo of the BBQ he ate last Saturday is profile-worthy, we can’t help but wonder why the nice shots with us get shunned.
5. They Let Their Douchebaginess Show
What is it about Facebook that makes even cool, down-to-earth guys post quotes like “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog,” write status updates that read, “Matt is giving out free mammograms,” and upload shirtless photos of themselves with wannabe-model gazes that they obviously took in the bathroom mirror? Maybe they think it's funny or impressive, but the behavior only makes us roll our eyes and want to start a Website or Facebook group called “Hot Chicks Without Douchebags.”
And the plaid ones are too die for lately! I would love to have a full wardrobe of every design - which I know is impossible and imaginable! :D
Anyways, without further ado, let me share with you their latest arrivals of dresses - can't wait for these lovely items to go on sale! haha!
Speaking of Salon Chaflon, they are very well known to do great full service salon chalfont! they are really pro especially on hair salon chalfont color! How I wish to experience their service you know.Oh well, maybe when the time comes and they decided to put up a branch here in our country, someday! It'll sure be a hit! :D
Anyways, let me just share with you my idea of hair styles! :D
New year and the holidays is about to come and so does our finances. I mean, many of us mommies are now almost pocket empty due to the demanding coming holidays. And unfortunate to some, they tend to borrow money in order to come up with something to pay for the up coming bills this coming mid and month end. That is why, companies that provides loans are just keeps on pouring in! whether you are at home or at the office numbers of fliers, snail mails, fax messages and emails are coming in attention to almost every employee and household member. This financial institution are offering vast numbers of offerings for an individual fit to his or her needs such as cash advance and other credit options. I myself had already experience applying for such, and true to its promise it really does ease up my financial needs at that time, was able to pay it in terms for about a number of months with no hassle and hidden charges. Good thing there are this institution that can help people in times of need by offering payday loans.
organizations. With so many tempting availble ways to apply for loans and credits it is not impossible why more and more people are getting hook into using credit cards and cash loans, easy money equals easy and happy spending. But what will happen later? that is now the time where how to eliminate debt will come in. But you see, we better make sure to get in touch and get help from legit financial institution that offers helping to settle ones debt and all. Not because they are famous and all, we better be sure that they are indeed giving the best deal and offerings so we wouldn't have to worry on getting drag down with financial debt deeply down.
I remember how I used to hoard a lot of items that my daughter will use until I realized that it was not a bright move after all. Most of her items were left untouched, for she doesn't need so much of everything. That is why I had to keep the items for future gift giving use. Well, at least I was able to use it! But it was a lesson learned indeed, no need to hoard on baby stuff, think of what the baby will use and buy just enough, no matter how happy you are.
So there, after a long wait, we had our dinner and went home, tired.
1. Diagonal Lines
Using can be a very effective way of drawing the eye of those viewing an image into it and to the main focal point.
The ‘lines’ need not be actual lines - they could be the shape of a path, a line of trees, a fence, river or any other feature in an image.
Converging lines (two or more lines coming from different parts of an image to a single point) can be all the more effective.
Read more about using Diagonal Lines in your .
2. Geometric Shapes
By positioning key aspects of a landscape on points of a geometric shape you can help create a balanced composition. Perhaps the most common and easiest way to do this is to use a ‘triangle’ shape between objects in an image with three objects in a frame positioned with one to each side and one more central.
Using Geometric Shapes in this way isn’t something that I’ve done a lot of - but it is one technique to get balance in a shot and if you’re clever, to lead the eye into it (in a similar way to the diagonal lines rule above).
You can see this illustrated (to a point) in the photomontage image to the right.
3. The Rule of Thirds
The Rule of Thirds gets trotted out more often than any other in all types of photography and is one of the first rules of composition taught to most photography students. While sometimes it can feel a little cliche it can also be a very effective technique in landscapes (although keep in mind that breaking this (and other rules) can also produce dramatic and interesting shots).
Position key points of interest in a landscape on the intersecting point between imaginary ‘third’ points in an image and you’ll help give your image balance and help those focal points to really capture attention.
Read more about using the Rule of Thirds in composing your shots.
4. Framing Images
While adding points of interest to a foreground is an important technique for adding interest to landscape shots - a similar technique is to ‘frame’ the shot by adding interest to other parts of the edges of an image.Perhaps the most common way of framing a landscape shot is to include an overhanging branch in the upper section of a shot. Similarly framing a shot with a bridge might work.
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3 Specifications
- : 10.9mm. 9.1 million effective pixels.
- Lens: Leica DC Vario-Elmar f3.3/4.7-47mm. 28-280mm (35mm equiv). 4x digital zoom.
- Focus Range: Wide/tele 50cm/200cm-infinity.
- Metering: Intelligent Multiple; centre-weighted; spot.
- Image stabilization: MEGA O.I.S.
- Image Sizes (pixels): 4:3 Aspect Ratio: 3456×2592, 3072×2304, 2560×1920, 2048×1536, 1600×1200, 640×480. 3:2
- Aspect Ratio: 3552×2368, 3072×2048, 2560×1712, 2048×1360 pixels. 16:9 Aspect Ratio: 3712×2088, 3072×1728, 2560×1440, 1920×1080.
- Movie Clips: 4:3 aspect ratio: 640×480 pixels, 320×240 pixels at 10 fps/30 fps.16:9 aspect ratio: 848×480 pixels at 10/30 fps. HD 16:9 aspect ratio: 1280×720 at 15/30fps.
- File Formats: JPEG, QuickTime Motion JPEG, AVCHD Lite.
- ISO Sensitivity: Auto, 100 to 6400.
- Shutter Speed: 60-1/2000 second.
- Flash: Auto, auto/red-eye reduction, forced on and forced off, slow sync/red-eye reduction.
- Flash Range: Wide/tele 60cm/1.0m to 5.3/3.6m.
- Power: Rechargeable lithium ion battery, AC.
- Weight: 214 g (minus battery).
- Dimensions: 103.3×59.3×36.5 WHDmm.
- Price: At the time of publishing this review the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3 is currently $378.10 USD on Amazon.
Why is it that if someone tells you that there are 1 billion stars in the universe you will believe them, but if they tell you that a wall has wet paint you will have to touch it to be sure?
- UG2BK . . . . . . . You got to be kidding
- GBTW. . . . . . . . Get back to work
- NMP . . . . . . . . . Not my problem
- PIR . . . . . . . . . . Parent in room
- GFTD. . . . . . . . . Gone for the day
- FYEO. . . . . . . . . For your eyes only
- BI5 . . . . . . . . . . Back in five minutes
- DEGT . . . . . . . . Don’t even go there
- BIL . . . . . Boss is listening
- PAW. . . . Parents are watching
- 99 . . . . . . Parents are no longer watching
- PCM . . . . Please call me
- IMS. . . . . I am sorry
- TOY. . . . . Thinking of you
- KUTGW. . Keep up the good work
- CID . . . . . Consider it done
- FWIW. . . For what it’s worth
- HAND . . . Have a nice day
- IAT . . . . . I am tired
- NRN . . . . No response necessary
- 4COL. . . . For crying out loud
- WRUD. . . What are you doing
- LMIRL. . . Let’s meet in real life
- ^5 . . . . . . High five
Anyways, speaking of cooking, mom is also introducing me the use of wood stoves. which she said to be the most efficient method of cooking for it consume less of everything - energy, gas which are known to be expensive. With cooking using wood stoves, not only it helps protect the earth because of it being eco friendly, it also gives additional flavor to the food, making it really tasteful.
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Now anyways, here is one of my favorite.. white lose loose dress, perfect with wide belt - can be paired with super skinny jeans or leggings or better - show the legs! lol :D
Speaking of ways to save, another thing that are also a hit in this town is by using wood stove. Aside from the fact that they can save money from buying gas for their ranges, they can also help protect the environment because of the fact that using this type of cooking is really eco friendly. But amongst all the reasons behind the use of wood stove is that the taste of the food is really good compare to the gas range cooking! And guess what? myy mom might also do the same thing anytime soon :D
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