Crap!! Can’t access any international sites now. Not even a notice on their site…
My ad sense ads are not loading and causing unnecessary delays.
Well, off to bed now.
Abinesh is relatively new to the blogging scene but his style of blogging and consistence is something I admire.
Delirium is like coffee for me, a cup a day is not enough. Delirium is truly Abinesh’s take on the world.
Danny loves coffee
Remember Delirium’s second contest Win a HP Kensington Wireless mouse?. The contest ends tomorrow so get your short stories in now before it’s too late if you want a go at the HP mouse.
Oracle has decided to give more to the Oracle community by starting their first Oracle Wiki. The Wiki is sponsored by Oracle and will house content from customers, partners and just about anyone who has an interest in Oracle.
Those looking for Oracle related information have traditionally relied on the OTN website, official forums and also the official Oracle blogs. The problem was the information was always from Oracle and not it’s users. Now, Oracle has made it possible for it’s users to contribute back and not just hear Oracle’s side.
Users will be able to create, edit and link to external resource they feel are releveant. User will actually be creating their own web content in the shape of installed guides, performance tuning guides and benchmarks, tech notes, best practices, tips, case studies, and the list goes on.
To get started, get an account and start creating your Wiki pages at Oracle WikiÃ‚Â
The weather these past weeks has been dreadful. Rain, sun, scorching sun then followed rain again. I had to throw out quite a few plans.
Anyway, the weather today was bad again. Rained just when I was leaving the office so I came back up to my place. Everybody knows that ones it rains in KL everything on the roads come to a crawl or sometimes a total stand still. Keeping this in mind I had to check the traffic status. Normally it would be a look out the window and for as far as my eyes could see but today my pal referred me to a local site JGSpot to get my traffic update.
JGSpot is a forum made up of topics ranging from the local traffic to politics but what caught my attention were the live feeds from traffic cams around Malaysia. Penang Bridge, KL City, JB-Singapore and PLUS tolls. Just click the “Click Me To Close Live Traffic Hotspot” to load the feeds. Registration is free and will allow you to have the feeds showing indeffinately whereas unregistered you will only have a 20 second window before the feeds close.
Thanks to JGSpot I’m still the the office.
Dell’s top of the range notebook and currently also the best notebook from Dell, the XPS M1330 is now being shipped pre-installed with Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon). The Ubuntu powered XPS notebooks are currently only available in Germany, UK, France and Spain. Hopefully Dell expands it’s Ubuntu on Dell range to Malaysia soon. The use of Linux in Asia is constantly growing and one might find this an ideal business opportunity. Don’t you think so Dell?
Linux on Dell has been a big hit among it’s customer and potential customers as seen on Direct2Dell. The biggest requests on Dell’s community sites direct2dell and IdeaStorm have been to get Ubuntu on more hardware and made available around the globe.
Source: Direct2Del Linux Screw