Archive for July, 2007

I have been using Kaspersky Internet Security (KIS for short) for some time now, this version was released on the 10th this month. Its considered to be a beta product since Kaspersky did not release this on their official website…although they did release the KIS on the Russian website. I have heard rumors that they are going to release the version 7 of their products (Anti-Virus and Internet Security) on 1st of August…and the rumors turned out to be quite accurate. But how come there is no information or trial version on the official website? Well…you have to dig a little deeper to find it…at least for now. (more…)


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The pictures below shows what happened (to the Leith River) when it rained non-stop in Dunedin…for a day only. The rain is not very heavy, but for some reason, the river just gone wild…just imagine what happens when it rain for a week (yeah…no lectures) 😉


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Just got a reply from Vodafone NZ about the cost of receiving SMS reminder from Google Calendar. I originally thought it might cost me 20cents for every TXT I received…but it turns out that its all FREE! (more…)

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MSDNAA provides University students with FREE Microsoft Software from Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition, Project 2007 to Operating Systems like Vista Business, XP Professional and Windows Server 2003. (more…)

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Always remember to backup your data before you try anything.


DirectX End-User Runtimes (August 2007)


Firefox RCs

Release Candidates for Firefox (the final version should be released very shortly)


Opera 9.22 build 8800


Notepad2 2.0.18

Great text editor for all purpose.



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The Quick Tabs function in Internet Explorer 7 (IE7 for short) is really useful and innovative. If you are the kind of person like me who uses tabs a lot, you will find the Quick Tabs function will save you a lot of time. Instead of checking which page has finished loading, you can see all of them at the same time 🙂 But what if you mainly use Firefox as your web browser, does this means you have to go back to the old way of checking which tab has finished loading? Well, showcase for Firefox solves the problem! (more…)

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Just finished reading the first two chapters of the book “Top-Down Network Design” by Priscilla Oppenheimer. I have to say, this is one of the most interesting networking text book I have ever read. (more…)

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