Monthly Archives: October 2010
I have been reading a book by Lee Gardenswartz, Jorge Cherbosque and Anita Rowe entitled “Emotional Intelligence for Managing Results in a Diverse World.” I recommend you read this book if you haven’t read it yet! Great insights on discovering … Continue reading
The difference between the Black iPhone 4 and the White iPhone 4 is just a paint job or is it? It looks like apple has delayed the white version because of potential problem with the white iPhone 4 leaking light … Continue reading
Most of us know that Anti-malware programs usually detects keyloggers and will disable or remove it from your PC. However, for new keyloggers that are not in the signature file of the anti-malware application, it will not be detected and … Continue reading
Check out the company making software to manage smartphones connecting to your enterprise network! They can even do remote control of devices such as BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and Android! Their working with Apple to allow the software to manage iOS … Continue reading
One of the site I am working on needs to hide a promotion ads after 12:00 midnight local time at the end of October. At first, it looks straight forward as comparing the current date to Nov 1 and hide … Continue reading
A fun christmas song for kids, Frosty the Snowman is one of Bryce favorite Christmas song … midi and the PNG for this song are all created using MuseScore from www.musescore.org Here’s the MIDI file here You can also download … Continue reading
Request by Bryce, here’s Deck the Halls … midi and the PNG for this song are all created using MuseScore from www.musescore.org Here’s the MIDI file here You can also download the musescore file here.
Are you using your exchange email on your iPhone? If so, your exchange server supports Outlook Anywhere. This means you can access your email in Outlook anywhere you have an Internet access. What? You need to VPN first to access … Continue reading
I attend the Hitachi Information Forum 2010 at JW Marriott yesterday. As this year is Hitachi’s 100 Years anniversary, one of the presenter was Mr. Toshio Nakano, the General Manager, Global Business Operation, Disk Array Division at Hitachi Ltd. He … Continue reading
Here’s another Classic Christmas song, Angels We Have Heard On High. Both the midi and the PNG for this song are created using MuseScore from www.musescore.org Here’s the MIDI file here Here’s you can download the musescore file.