Archive for July, 2009

WordPress 2.8.1 Released

Friday 10 July 2009 @ 3:18 pm

WordPressWordPress 2.8.1 was just released as the first minor version after WordPress 2.8 (Baker) was made available last month.

As usual, WordPress development team is always fast to patch and enhance the script. You may expect the same to this latest version as it has got many bugs fixed, tighter security and a lot more fixes.

Upgrading to WordPress is super easy, just use the one-click automatic upgrade feature built-in since WordPress 2.7. The latest WordPress 2.8.1 even improved the automatic upgrade so it won’t accidentally deletes files when cleaning up from a failed upgrade.

Google Chrome Operating System Is Coming Our Way, Finally!

Thursday 9 July 2009 @ 10:49 am

Google ChromeDid you see it coming? I would say this is the most anticipated product that I have been waiting for in these few years. This piece of exciting news just arrived after 10 months since Google Chrome Web Browser was released last year.

Most of the Operating System (OS) we are using today were designed and development prior to the Internet era. Google Development Team realizes this and is aiming to produce an OS for people who are relying on the web (Btw, who doesn’t?). Besides, they are also smart enough to sense that netbook is the new trend right now. Therefore, Google Chrome Operating System is designed for the web and will be initially used on netbook.

Below are some highlights of Google Chrome Operating System :-

  • Open source – Like many of the Unix-based OS, it offers accessibility to its source code
  • Lightweight – Less complicated, fast and easy to use
  • Runs on x86 Computer Architecture – Meaning it runs on the same PC you are running Windows, Mac, Linux, etc, as well
  • Secure – The security architecture of the OS was completely redesigned so that it’s virus, malware and security update free

The OS is scheduled to be available for consumers in the second half of 2010. I just can’t wait to see it!

More FAQ about the OS.

I love traveling, do you?

Thursday 2 July 2009 @ 1:22 am

I personally enjoy traveling very much and I always being grateful that my goal of traveling to oversea every year still can be fulfilled since venturing into the working world about 3 years ago.

I’ve been wanting to open a travel blog to record all the traveling experience I’ve had but I just couldn’t find the extra time to maintain it. Well, there is this travel related website (Open Travel) I recently stumbled upon that reminds me sharing travel experience should be very easy and simple.

You can find many helpful tips about traveling in the website. I’m sure the website will come in handy too when you need to find places and attractions that worth paying a visit in your upcoming holidays. Doing simple research of a place is effortless using the website as you can directly find out the exact location of the place in the integrated map and there are pictures posted by the visitors as well.

Speaking about sharing traveling experience, you may even create a Free Travel Blog offered by Open Travel. Readers are able to drop comment in the post where you share your trips and who knows you may even meet your next travel partner there.

Well, what’s traveling if without taking photos, right? So being very thoughtful, the website has a Free Photo Sharing feature too. If you are a frequent traveler and wish to share your traveling experience and beautiful vacation pictures on the Internet, I think you’ve reached the right place.

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