Hello … 400 Gig CD

YES…You Read That Correctly! 400 GigaBytes CD…


Pioneer has created the world’s first 16-layer (ok let’s do away with 4-layer, 8-layer and just skip to 16 altogether) optical disc capable of storing 400GB of read only data.

I was amazed when I saw the 25 gig paper cd from SONY but Pioneer beaten them! More and More from Pioneer »

Some thought…

I stumble upon a Christian Blog that hit me so much and love to share it:


However if you:
Don’t try to do things on your own strength.
Don’t beat yourself up when you can’t find the answer.
Don’t give up!
Christ is all you need to live this sometimes tumultuous life.
Do run to him.
Do ask for his guidance.
Do give him control…

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince attached on Star War: The Clone Wars

I have read a rumor that the trailer for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince film will be include in Star Wars: The Clone Wars Primer night on August 15, 2008.

Harry Potter Fans website such TCL now received several credible reports from sources who say there will be a trailer for HBP attached to Star Wars: The Clone Wars when it opens on August 15. However the latest twist is that this will be the full -length trailer as Warner Brothers is eschewing a teaser to bring a longer amount of footage for fans next month.

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Release Date on 21 November 2008 (USA).

Spoiler Alert and what we expected on the Half Blood Prince

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And More Flash Map…

I love doing Flash Map!

At work since we are building website for Realtors, flash map is common ingredients on this website. I have created different kinds of Flash Map…

1. Clickable and zooming map >> http://www.cfldg.com/
2. Regional, pop up flash >> http://clients.thedesignpeople.com/agent_image/carbutti.com/stage/flashmap/map.html
3. Flash map on mouse movement detection >> http://www.cfldg.com/
4. XML Driven Flash >> http://wetaginternational.com/
5. Flash Map with FLV Video >> http://www.villasttropez.com/en/index.php

All this map are work in hard labored and love for flash! I considered them as work of art. For great tutorial on basic interactive map you can visit Lukamaras or Kirupa.com.

Apple’s 3d Flash MyDeco

I stumble upon one of the coolest room planner that I have seen, Mydeco is web-based flash application that lets you recreate your room (or grab it directly from the uploaded photo) and then plan, decorate and furnish it in a 3D environment.

The cool thing about it, it lets interact with almost every aspect: change colors, add wallpapers, try furniture etc. You can visualize changes from any angle you want.

It like playing the Sims or creating on professional application like Live Interior 3D and Sweet Home 3D on your desktop. Mydeco definitely help users to make the right choices and get taste validation for their home decoration jobs.

Below is my future closet…

Google Can Index Flash Textual Content

Google Webmaster Central announced last June 30 that finally they developed and implemented an algorithm that can index textual content in Flash files of all kinds.

Your swf files can now index textual content which includes Flash “gadgets” such as buttons or menus, self-contained Flash websites, and everything in between.

Content such as text that users can see as they interact with swf file, your snippet on website, and all the words that appear in your Flash files can be used to match query terms in Google searches.

Google still dont recognize the image files, flv files, images buttons which target some URL which not associated with text.

There are three main limitations at present and Google Ron Adler and Janis Stipins—software engineers are already working on resolving them:

Googlebot does not execute some types of JavaScript. So if your web page loads a Flash file via JavaScript, Google may not be aware of that Flash file, in which case it will not be indexed.

Google currently do not attach content from external resources that are loaded by your Flash files. If your Flash file loads an HTML file, an XML file, another SWF file, etc., Google will separately index that resource, but it will not yet be considered to be part of the content in your Flash file.

While Google are able to index Flash in almost all of the languages found on the web, currently there are difficulties with Flash content written in bidirectional languages. Until this is fixed, Google will be unable to index Hebrew language or Arabic language content from Flash files.