Old Photos – Part 3 0 (0)

Before we proceed with this week’s short post, there are 3 things I wanted to say aloud.

First is Waytha, after the hunger strike stunt that he pulled before the elections and got his MOU with Najib had now resigned – he rightfully deserved it, if you ask me. The way to go is to stop fighting for rights and benefits based on racial lines and do so more on poverty lines so that all races in this country will fairly benefit from it.… Click to read the rest

Next Change: Ubuntu 12.04 0 (0)

UPDATE 3: You can download the Ubuntu 12.04 Manual from here

UPDATE 2: 9th May 2012 – Thanks to the Ubuntu community, I managed to fix the postgresql 8.2 error using command “sudo touch /usr/share/postgresql/8.2/tsearch_data” and removed the postgresql without any errors. Then I started to upgrade again (not using the Update Manager which still showed errors but using Terminal command) and this time, upgrade was rather smooth (perhaps thanks to the stable internet connection).… Click to read the rest

DVD Ripping 0 (0)

Just wanted to share something and no, I am not promoting privacy…directly

(Older version of the Handbrake in action – image source: Wikipedia)

I have a problem.

I have plenty of good, expensive DVDs lying around at home; reminiscence of the days when I was still young and had plenty of money to buy original DVDs, when pirated DVD sellers can be found at almost every corner of neighbourhood and when watching movies on ASTRO was a distant away.… Click to read the rest

Windows XP: Functional Desktop 0 (0)

Let’s make it more functional – you may have your own styles, here’s mine

windows xp

1. Let’s clear the desktop files

This is one thing I don’t get when I see some of my friends’ desktops – it is full of files. Although many claim that the icons on the desktop do not hog memory, having too many icons on the desktop is just downright confusing.… Click to read the rest

One More Browser 0 (0)

Google will soon be browsing as well…

(The explanation on the new browser via comic. Image source: http://blogs.guardian.co.uk)

From Google Blog:-

All of us at Google spend much of our time working inside a browser.

We search, chat, email and collaborate in a browser. And in our spare time, we shop, bank, read news and keep in touch with friends — all using a browser.

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