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April 2007

RSS in Plain English

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CommonCraft creates a very interesting video about RSS. For those readers who do not understand what is RSS could grab a brief understanding from this video. This is a great video to explain about RSS. Thanks for your awesome video 😉

They made this video for our friends that have not yet felt the power of our friend the RSS reader.

If you know someone who would love RSS and has not yet tried it, point them here for 3.5 minutes of RSS in Plain English.

There are two types of Internet users, those that use RSS and those that don’t. This video is for the people who could save time using RSS, but don’t know where to start.

So, start from now, as a efficient blogger, you should start learning how to use RSS to blog. This definitely will save you a lot of time. And, remember to subscribe to the RSS feed of my Blog 😉

Have a great day!

Nokia Siemens Networks

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Nokia, the Finnish telecom equipment giant, and Germany’s Siemens announced that they intend to merge the Networks Business Group of Nokia and the carrier-related operations of Siemens into a new company, to be called Nokia Siemens Networks.

The 50-50 joint venture will create a global leader with strong positions in important growth segments of fixed and mobile network infrastructure and services.

The combined company is positioned to lead the development and implementation of revenue-generating and cost-saving products and services via its scale and global reach.

So, is it important to me?

Nokia Siemens NetworksYes. I joined with Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) this month (April 2007). Therefore this is my first month I work with them, as Operation And Maintenance Intelligent Network Engineer (OAM IN Engineer) for Telkomsel Project. It is a new opportunity for me to work with NSN. 🙂

I work in Jakarta for a while (about 3 months) but I will work on Semarang as my home base, 3 hours from my home town (Klaten). Huraay… 😀 I can not wait to go to Semarang. LOL

I learn a lot of new things about telecommunication. Learn…learn…and learn again…

SecureZIP – The Next Generation of ZIP

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PKWare, the company credited with the creation of the Zip file-compression format, is offering free licenses for its latest program, SecureZip, for a limited period of time.

SecureZIP – The next generation of ZIP, is a data security software program that allows users to protect files and folders on their hard drives, portable storage devices, and laptops from theft or unauthorized access. Email attachments can also be protected with SecureZIP as well.

How does it work? It uses strong passphrase or digital certificate-based encryption to protect the files and folders that you want to secure. Secured files are also compressed when secureZIP is enforced.

SecureZip Standard can save compressed files as Zip, TAR and Java Archive (jar) files or as self-extracting (exe) executables – the module for creating self-extracting archives comes as standard with V11, rather than being an add-on.

The application also integrates with popular e-mail clients, such as Microsoft Corp.’s Outlook, to let users encrypt and digitally sign both the message body and any file attachments.

To use the application, you need to download the software which is extremely simple:

  1. go to
  2. enter your email address
  3. check your email box there is a message with instructions.

It’s a limited time offer, so grab a copy today!

I Dream Alaska Adventures

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Marnie is an expert in Alaska Adventures for women. Since 1984, she has explored more than 80 villages and towns in the state and has cruised by small vessel to many of the towns and habitations along Alaska’s Inside Passage. Marnie has roamed the state by Bush plane, dog sled, snow machine, helicopter, hummer, automobile, railcar, and motor boat.

For 3 years, Marnie lived and worked in 2 off-road Bush villages and in one remote on-road village, each possessing a distinctive Native community. By living in villages and traveling throughout Alaska, Marnie has become knowledgeable about the lifestyles, culture, and art of Native groups.

Marnie returns to Alaska regularly to renew contacts, seek out distinctive lodgings, eateries, and attractions, and to revitalize her spirit. Marnie’s speaking presentations include “Mushing, Midnight Sun, and Potlatches: Adventures YOU Can Experience in Alaska;” “Alaska Women Dog Mushers: Heroes for the Modern Age;” and “Lead Dog Leadership: Mushers Create Winning Businesses.”

I made her WordPress theme from PSD file.

Free Fonts From UrbanFont

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If you’re looking for a few new fonts to spice up your presentation or document, head over to UrbanFonts, a site with pay-for and freebie fonts.

The UrbanFonts website proves to be one of the most friendly font-browsing websites. You can, of course, browse by font name but unless you know the exact name of the font you’re looking for, it won’t be much help. This makes it much easier to get to what you’re looking for.

To quickly let you test the font, you can choose what text you want showed as a preview for each font in the listings, as well as set the text color and background color.

UrbanFonts free typefaces are available as a download for Mac and Windows.

I have got mail from Adsense

in Adsense/Blogging/Google/Monetize by

I have logged in to my account today, I have noticed the new “Recent messages” section in my AdSense account.

Adsense let me know that this is my personal inbox where Adsense will send me customized optimization tips. More specifically, their system will automatically analyze my account and ad settings. Based on these findings, I will receive a notification each month in my AdSense account if there are changes I can make to improve my overall AdSense performance.

Adsense Email

There is no guarantee the tips will increase my earnings, but the tip will be worth looking into by me to see if there could be an increase in performance.

Have a great day and gud lak!

Source: You’ve got mail

Google announced Google Apps referrals

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Google has just introduced another CPA (Cost Per Action) ad – Google Apps.

Google Apps gives you $5 for every successful referral you’ve made.

What is Google Apps?

Google Apps are the most powerful communication and collaboration tools, and packaged them together so businesses, schools and other organizations can work more effectively while spending less time and money on IT systems.

Google Apps provides customized email addresses (powered by Gmail), Google Calendar, Google Talk, Docs & Spreadsheets and Page Creator, all for free. Best of all, everything is hosted by Google, so there’s no hardware or software to download, install or maintain.

Google Apps

How do these referrals work?

Please do these following steps:

  • Login into your adsense account,
  • Go to the AdSense Setup tab in your AdSense account and click the link for Referrals,
  • Select the Google Apps option and then choose how you want the referral ad to look on your site. (The Google Apps referral ads are available in English right now, but they’ll be adding more languages soon.),
  • Copy the code provided into the design of your web pages, – and voila! You ready to make money with Google Apps.

How I get paid from Google Apps?

You will be credited $5 when someone clicks the referral ad from your site and signs up for Google Apps with a domain that has not already been signed up for the service. That person’s domain must then have one or more Google Apps email accounts in use for four consecutive weeks. It’s that simple.

If you’re not convinced, why not try it out yourself?

Have a great day and gud lak!

Source: Introducing Google Apps referrals

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