Tuesday, 30 December 2008
Monday, 29 December 2008
Watched Bedtime Stories on Sunday, and this Adam Sandler (Click, Zohan, Anger Management fame) is very funny!!!
I have to say Disney make a good holiday movie again, Enchanted for example, is a very romantic and combine Disney classic movie like snow white into modern world into is something we can relate to and make fun of it. Same with Bedtime Story with a magical twist.
"Skeeter Bronson (Adam Sandler), is a hotel handyman whose life is changed forever when the bedtime stories he tells his niece and nephew start to mysteriously come true."
This short synopsis is something that can make anyone happy, not just kids. It's a very enjoyable movie for the whole family.
Monday, 22 December 2008
Back at home, We celebrate the birthday with a sugar free chocolate cake my sister bought just now and we ready to sing. But delayed by this guy below... lolz
Monday, 15 December 2008
Anyway moving on, I can't believe 2008 has moving so fast, and now is December already, all the popular singles were all listened before by now. And here is my favourites by category:
[3 fantasic single!!! "I Kissed A **** (I Kissed A Girl), Ur So Gay, Hot N Cold!!!]
Favourite Rock Songs:
Fall For You by Secondhand Serenade
The Man Who Can't Be Moved by The Script
Light On by David Cook
Favourite R&B/Hip-Hop Songs:
Dangerous (ft. Akon) by Kardinal Offishal
Take a Bow by Rihanna
Whatever You Like by T.I.
Bye Bye by Mariah Carey
Favourite Electronic/Dance Songs:
Favourite Pop Songs:
Keeps Gettin' Better by Christina Aguilera
Burnin' Up by Jonas Brothers
Womanizer by Britney Spears
Nine In The Afternoon by Panic At The Disco
Favourite Band (2008):
Favourite Male Artist (2008):
[Support Him since the beginning of American Idol till now]
Favourite Female Artist (2008):
Faovurite Theme Song:
SONG OF THE YEAR:
I KISSED A GIRL by KATY PERRY
Sunday, 14 December 2008
The remake of an old film, and I watched it just now with my sister... I have to say I like Sci-fi (Day After Tomorrow, Terminator) movies a lot. So, I decided to watch this movie, and I watched it.
Personally, I think this movie is not bad. Even though, many fans of the original movie and reviewers felt the movie is not good... But I think is not bad...
Me to reviewers: They need to make it to fit into our present timeline okay... We're facing not only war, but also Global Warming... This movie is one of the messages media brings to us...
Verdict: 3/5 (WATCH!)
Thursday, 11 December 2008
Tuesday, 9 December 2008
But recently, a prototype of the future formula one cars are out... and the looks is:
Monday, 1 December 2008
And the new Parkson at the new wing, which connected to the old wing... Now is twice the size of the old one (my cousin is on the right, testing his photography skills)
After those shopping, we went for a movie called Bolt, voiced by John Travolta and Miley Cyrus... And I have to say this animations is one of the best movie I've seen this year. And 2008 is a year full of nice animations too. First is the adorable WALL-E, secondly Kung Fu Panda, then we have the abnormal Madagascar 2. Finally this cute Bolt.
Saturday, 22 November 2008
It's been like 7 years since the Red Alert 2, and 12 years since the original Red Alert was born, people have been waiting for Red Alert 3 for a long time. Now, its officially here and thank god, it looks good, plays good, sounds good and more and more and more...
First, we start up with a Hollywood style movie as an introduction, this has been a tradition to the series. You can view it below, (it looks cool, even though not as good compared to normal Hollywood movie, but it's a game!!!). The story come out, the end of the war between Allied Nations and Soviet Union. Soviets need to change things around, travel back in time and eliminate Albert Einstein, which they think he is too good for the Allied. When the went back to the present and found out Allied was indeed weaken by that, but the Empire of the Rising Sun was born (Japan to be exact).
The movie involved actors like J.K. Simmons (Spider-man), Gemma Atkinson (Hollyoaks [popular in the UK but not here]), Jenny McCarthy (Scary Movie), Kelly Hu (X-Men 2) and the most popular of all, George Takei (Heroes, Star Trek). And forgot to mention David Hasselhoff (Baywatch, Knight Rider) also make an appearance.
Kirov Airship Reporting
Thursday, 20 November 2008
Tuesday, 18 November 2008
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced today that the USB 3.0 specification has been finalized, some 14 months (almost to the day) after Intel first demonstrated a prototype USB 3.0 device. The new standard isn't expected to start headlining on motherboards until the latter half of 2009 (at the earliest), with compliant devices hopefully appearing sometime in 2010. Expect USB 3.0-compliant motherboards to command a fair premium for the privilege; motherboard manufacturers will jump at the chance to differentiate themselves via support for the new,
Those of you hoping that the USB group would seize this chance to adopt a naming scheme that wasn't invented by six year-olds can commence weeping. Super-Speed USB 3.0, with its transfer rate of 4.8Gbps will join High-Speed (USB 2.0, 480Mbps), Full Speed, (USB 1.0, 12Mbitps) and Low Speed (USB 1.0, 1.5Mbps) on the list of easily understood USB standards. Anyone care to take an early stab at USB 4.0's eventual moniker? "Ultra Speed," "Xtreme Speed," or "OMGWTF Speed," all seem to be strong possibilities.
The road from prototype to finalized specification was marred by a few bumps, including a challenge from AMD and NVIDIA that Intel was unfairly sitting on the new standard's draft certification. USB 3.0 isn't just a faster implementation of USB 2.0—the new standard will support a more flexible power scheme, including support for reduced power operation and an idle power mode, but several core concerns appear to have gone unaddressed. USB 3.0 sockets are apparently limited to providing just 500mA of power (unchanged from USB 2.0), and the bus will remain relatively CPU-intensive.Unfortunately, Intel doesn't seem to have much of a reason to push the overall standard. There is a next-generation version of FireWire; the final specification for the S3200 and S1600 standards was published in late July. Devices, however, aren't expected until the end of next year/beginning of 2010, and let's face it—FireWire is on its very last legs as a mainstream interconnect. Apple's decision to drop FireWire from the Macbook doesn't quite qualify as a stroke of doom, but the trend is clear. As the years go by, FireWire support (or, at least, support for the latest standard) is being driven into a smaller and smaller group of products and systems.
Ironically, most mid-range/high-end discrete motherboards now ship with FireWire 400/1394a support, but FireWire 1394b is virtually nowhere to be found. I won't go quite so far as to say it's literally nonexistent—Apple still supports it on the MacPro among others—but a search of even the highest-end boards on NewEgg doesn't reveal a single 1394b-equipped board. Given just how expensive premium boards can run these days, it seems fair to say that manufacturers aren't including it because they don't see it as an option consumers want, as opposed to it being an issue of cost.
If the only way to gain access to S1600 or S3200 is to buy a separate PCI/PCIe add-in board, the nascent S3200 standard's death knell has effectively sounded before the products even hit market. This may not immediately impact USB 3.0—devices and motherboards that support a new connection standard are always expensive at launch—but it may affect how quickly the price of USB 3.0-equipped devices fall. As for what those devices will be, expect an early surge of flash drives, external hard drive enclosures, digital music players, and digital video cameras. External solid-state drives, in particular, will benefit from USB 3.0's higher bandwidth; I'd expect a strong push from the likes of Western Digital when it comes time to deploy the standard.
4.8 Gbps leh, too fast you don't even realize the transfer is completed leh!!!
Friday, 14 November 2008
Thursday, 13 November 2008
We reached the car park and I saw quite a lot of cars at the open car park,
Empty?!?! Look!!! It really was!!!
But movin' on,
let go SHOPPING, but it was...
You mean closed???!!!
How come closed?!?!
I thought this trip would be over, but my mum and her friend keeps walking on...
Even without their favourite store...
Wednesday, 12 November 2008
At first this movie was highly anticipated as usual because it is a Bond film. But wait, there's more, because the previous movie, Casino Royale, was very well received by both media and viewers.
And the verdict is: This movie is not as good as Casino Royale. But still, this Bond film is better than Pierce Brosnan version of 007. The performance of Daniel Craig is still solid
Everybody knows that every James Bond's film has a Bond Girl right? Every Bond movie, the Bond girl will get quite a lot of attention, but this time around the bond girl seems boring and Olga Kurylenko is not special or good enough.