This is how generally an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate works to secure the communication between the user and the server on a website like this blog site. Image source: Internetum
Read past flashbacks (will try to find time to do one for the year 2005):-
Welcome back, everyone!
In 2011, I could only muster 93 posts for this blog – this compared to 206 posts in 2010. Perhaps 2012 may bring more opportunity to put my thoughts on “paper” on a more regular basis.… [Click to read the rest] “Blogging 101: Flashback Of Blogging in Year 2011”
(Steve Job’s same style of shirt, jeans and shoes over the years – this looks like a series too. Image source: http://www.fastcompany.com)
Well, sometimes I am full of creativity juice that I can write a lot – simple “yes or no” email ends up becoming one page detail analysis. I do try to keep things simple and easy but once I get too excited, I do tend to forget to limit my words.… [Click to read the rest] “Doing Up Series”
After long stagnant months, the photo blog have been revamped and relaunched thanks to 2 recent events, namely:-
New camera – Sony A230 as opposed to the older low function Fuji A210 and allows more opportunity for manual settings with larger file capacity
(You will never know when you can go missing in action and leave the blog to collect dust.)
I read this ‘concern’ in Visithra’s blog couple years ago (I can’t recall the date and title of the post but I think it was sometime when we had the last tsunami)…
For start, I revamped my desktop be like this when Alizee had me going weird this morning.
What a year it has been!
There is only a couple of days for 2006 to have a grand closure and 2007 to leap into action. As many of the blogs and newspapers would be doing at this point of the year, I thought it will be best to flashback some of the posts that was blogged in 2006 – month by month basis:-
(Note: if you may not be able to view some of the images from the old posts because it is hosted under Blogger which had a major shakeup recently)… [Click to read the rest] “Blogging 101: Flashback Of Blogging in Year 2006”