Thursday, September 27, 2012

In Lawas, death of Lun Bawang teen sparks ethnic tensions

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 — Hundreds of upset Lun Bawang natives who took to the streets in a Sarawak border town following the controversial death of a 19-year-old teenage boy from their tribe last Friday have sparked fears of a racial and religious fallout with Malay-Muslims, the Borneo Post...

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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Protest Over Killing in Lawas

Several thousands of people arrived from all over Lawas, Limbang and Sabah yesterday to protest the murder of 19-year-old Edwin Singa Pelipus. Pix: Free Malaysia Today KUALA LUMPUR: Hundreds of upset Lun Bawang natives who took to the streets in a Sarawak border town following the controversial...

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Monday, September 24, 2012

A Digitized Morning

Guess I will be a bit busy.

See the above old fossil, there? Then the fixed line telephone. Move on to the Android-On-A-Netbook, another netbook and finally, an android tab. Of course, not to mention the mobile phone that I'm using to capture this photo.

With all those gadgets on my desk, I sure connected enough.
I mean connected, connected.
Wired and wireless to the world all day, today.

Thinking back, only one of these is actually necessary. One is enough and it does all the same function and other will just become redundant. It just that we tend to have extra things as life goes on because at the acquired time, we need them.

So what now. I'm thinking of a garage sale.
RM100 each? *Duh*

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Are you a blessing or a punishment?

It is certainly not very innocent, this " Innocence of Islam" movie. 

What a waste of effort making such movie that causing unnecessary deaths and stirring unrest around the world.

To the very least, do understand that the status of Muhammad (peace be upon him) in Islam is in no way equal to any Tom, Dick and Harry all the time. He is, according to the holy book, a blessing for the whole universe (rahmatul fil 'alamin). Full Article

Hack Your Android

Android actually is a bare minimum operating system or platform that is fit into a low end computing hardware. That are primarily, smart phones and your handheld tablet (known as "TAB", i-Tab, Galaxy Tab etc.). It is designed to that type of devices, as many people probably don't feel very much convenience of carrying a laptop-size mobile phone everywhere they go.

But why do we need to hack the Android?

The answer is simple. Each and every Android OS relies on a stripped down Linux kernel to operate with. It is but undeclared sibling of Linux. It shares Linux file structures and behaviors. Android inherits the capability of Linux and function. For example, Android has two types of users. First, the ordinary or the end user, that is you.  Second, the administrator as Linux allows it to the level much beyond of Windows 7. A power user  that can do anything that makes the system goes for the better or for worse. Which is also you, should the hacking succeeded.

Still, why do we need to hack the Android?

Because as I said earlier, Android is designed to operates on a low end hardware. Every storage, space and memory counts on nearly all phones or tabs that you bought. So if there is anything inside there that can be put away, theoretically  it shall behaves better and runs faster thereafter, likely.

Basically, by hacking and gain the administrator access to your Android, you will be able to

i) Remove the manufacturer specific and often bloated bundle wares that come with the phone. Most of them don't even being used from the time you bought the phone till the day it broke down. So release the space and speed up the phone.

ii) Install every app that you wish with root access. For some apps, root access install means extra functionality.

iii) You get a total control of your system including the capability to damage your system, Yeahh, freedom to break of sort. That is the spirit of a hacker!

First thing first. A disclaimer, do it on your own risk. I shall not be held responsible for any damages that may caused to yourself, your mobile phone or tab etc..

Please be forewarned that you may void the device warranty as well.

But c'mon, you wanna hack it right? So, about the gaining administrator access in Android. They call it root, rooting the Android. Search Google about this or simply click this LINK.

Happy hacking!

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Friday, September 21, 2012

Are you a blessing or a punishment?

It is certainly not very innocent, this " Innocence of Islam" movie. 

What a waste of effort making such movie that causing unnecessary deaths and stirring unrest around the world.

To the very least, do understand that the status of Muhammad (peace be upon him) in Islam is in no way equal to any Tom, Dick and Harry all the time. He is, according to the holy book, a blessing for the whole universe. In Semitic term it is "rahmat an lil 'alamin".

A lowly depiction of him is absolutely uncalled for. That is the basic No-No for more than one billion people on Earth. Cross the line, and triggering anger among Muslims is a near certainty.

I'm not going to say anything more. RIP for all those died because of the hatred it sparks.

But the phrase,  blessing for the whole universe. That is one end of a line.

For Genghis Khan, it is totally a different story.

It was reported that after conquering the great city of Bukhara, he entered the Friday congregation in a city mosque and declared, "O people, know that you have committed great sins, and that the great ones among you have committed these sins. If you ask me what proof I have for these words, I say it is because I am the punishment of God. If you had not committed great sins, God would not have sent a punishment like me upon you."

A punishment.

A punishment for the whole universe? Not so.

But in comparison to blessing, the word punishment is sure the other end of a line.

And speaking of a small universe of self, a cosmos. What are you to people that you care for, people that you love with. Are you a blessing or a punishment?

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Belanjawan 2013 diharap cermin keprihatinan k’jaan

LIMBANG: Pembentangan Belanjawan 2013 pada 28 September ini diharap terus mencerminkan keprihatinan kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN) untuk menjamin kesejahteraan pelbagai lapisan masyarakat.

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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Blog-Blog Sabah Terkini, Setiap Hari - Sabah247

Kemaskini dari para blogger Sabah 24 jam sehari, 7 hari seminggu. Kunjungi laman ini. Anda pasti akan berpuas hati dengan gambaran perkembangan semasa yang lebih menyeluruh dari perspektif tempatan, selain menjamin perluahan pendapat yang lebih tepat berbanding tanggapan orang luar. Paparan di...  

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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Memperkenalkan Blog Super dari Sabah dan Sarawak

Oleh awang_tongkol via email Memang Blog Super la bah! Satu projek blog untuk mengetengahkan blogger-blogger dari Sabah dan Sarawak melalui posting syndication. Projek ini adalah bertujuan menyenaraikan seramai mungkin blogger-blogger yang aktif dan memilih posting-posting terkini mereka untuk...

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Saturday, September 1, 2012

Menyumbang Kepada Malaysia dengan Membangkang

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Novel Review: Isteri Separuh Masa

Isteri Separuh Masa

by Suri Ryana

551 pages

Kaki Novel Enterprise

Isteri Separuh Masa is the author's second novel after M.A.I.D (which I read back exactly a year ago). I don't remember doing a novel review for her first novel but I do remember I like it LOL! Hence I didn't hestitate to buy her second 'baby' - Isteri Separuh Masa.

Medina Izwani was adopted when she was 6 years old by Nazrin Shah's parents. She was treated like their own daughter and a sister by Nazrin until 1 day, Medina clamied that she saw Zita (Nazrin's soon to be fiance at that time) having an affair with another man. Nazrin's parents and grandma were furious and the engagement was cancelled. Nazrin was devastated and he blamed Medina for what happened.

From that day onwards, Nazrin somehow had cast Medina as an outsider. For him, she was no longer the beloved sister she once to be. Whenever they met, verbal fights were always there. Just before Nazrin left to the UK to continue his studies, his parents and grandma decided to marry him off - to Medina! Both strongly disagree obviously! Medina who was having "cinta monyet" with Megat Shazril at that time wanted to fulfill her dreams to study in Ireland with Megat Shazril before marriage.

But for their love to their grandma, who was fallen ill due to their rejections, Nazrin and Medina finally agreed. Soon after their marriage, Nazrin left for UK and the husband and wife only met few times.

4 years later, Medina who was an undergraduate student was shocked to meet his adopted brother aka her husband in the uni's parking lot and more suprisingly, Nazrin was her tutor!! It was getting complicated when Medina had to move in with her husband when their family decided to visit and stay with them for a while.

When 2 people who had known each other for almost their lives; no matter how one hated the another but if you placed them in a room for a longer period of time, they would eventually make up for the sake of memories... sweet memories.

Medina admitted that she had fallen in love with her husband but afraid to say so eventho she noticed that Nazrin had changed, day by day. But when Zita came back into Nazrin's life and demanded that he divorced Medina, Medina had no choice but to confront them and told Zita that Nazrin was not "her type of guy". Nazrin, who realised that he loved Medina was crushed when he heard those words from Medina. Few misunderstandings there, few misunderstandings here, they finally made up... of course... but... life ain't that easy as it seems.

Zafril, who admitted that he liked Medina was frustrated when Medina didn't show any interest in him. So he used Niza, Medina's roommate in uni to know what's happening in Medina's life. Obsession? More to payback, I shall say.

What's the connection between Medina, Zafril, Megat Shazril and Niza? Well, read it to find out... khehe

My rating: 7/10

Next review: Mampu Mencintaimu by Auni Amauni

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So, You Do Like Maxthon Browser

After trying Maxthon, you feel like to use it, this adorable browser.

You are not alone actually. Many netizens fond of it too.

The browser of this type actually brilliantly developed by Chinese software engineers. And being developed in mainland China it comes with two major effects.

First,  it is designed to use less resources in comparison with the Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. This is easy to understand as the developers taking into account of China's relatively inferior computing hardware in general. It uses the best available option by manipulating the trident engines that resides inside Windows operating system within the hardware limitation boundary.

Second, there are many variants of Maxthon browser, and the lookalikes, and the copycats. This is understandably due to the poor implementation of copyright law in China. The idea of trident manipulation and optimization concept and application becomes an open proprietary secret. There, it becomes sort of a public property and the copy of code made available for any browser designer wannabe. Comes the Maxthon browser, then Dolphin browser, Boat browser, UC broswer, etc. All are developed  within the same concept and probably the source code but then branched out by different people. I dunno who stealing whose idea, whatever.

 So back to Maxthon. It is a syncable browser like Google Chrome, via Maxthon Passport.
You can choose the different browsers engine, gecko or trident on fly.

You also can have Maxthon browser for your android gadget via google Play HERE

Maxthon on Android.