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Minggu, 08 Maret 2009

indonesia vs jepang

this article is not about football gam or another sport game, but is about how imagination industri betwenn two

country in asia.

akhir-akhir ini saya cukup menggandrungi cerita-cerita fiksi dari jepang, tidak seperti kebanyakan cerita dari

indoensia dimana fiksinya terlalu fiksi sehingga unrealistic untuk dinikmati, cerita-cerita fiksi dari jepang lebih

realible, lebih profesional untuk dianggap sebagai cerita manusia.

beberapa cerita jepang yang bagus menurut saya yaitu :
  1. 1. Naruto,tersedia dalam versi anime dan manga bercerita tentang kehidupan ninja yang bernama uzumaki naruto yangberjuang melawan kelompok akatsuki yang dipimpin oleh pain
  2. Bleach,tersedia dalam versi anime dan manga bercerita tentang Kurosaki ichigo seorang shinigami berjuang melawanmusuh-musuhnya, musuh utamanya adalah kelompok yang dipimpin oleh aizen
  3. nodame cantabile, base in manga tersedia dalam versi anime dan Drama, musical story bercerita tentang perjalanan nodame dan chiaki dalam mengarungi karir sebagai musisi, cerita ini membuat saya semakin suka dengan musik klasik
  4. Dr Koto, base in manga tersedia dalam versi anime dan Dramabercerita tentang seorang dokter di sebuah pulau terpenci.
  5. H2O, base in manga tersedia dalam versi anime dan Drama, bercerita tentang perjuang baseball player dalam membawa tim baseballnya menjadi juara.
  6. GTO, Great Teacher onizuka, tersedia dalam anime dan drama untuk manganya saya tidak tahu, bercerita seorang preman yang menjadi guru di sebuah sma, saat ini terdapat pulaj drama GOKUSEN yang telah memasuki seasion ketiga yang ceritanya sejenis dengan GTO

PASURUAN BLOG COMPETITION

Teknologi Wireless Dengan Wajanbolic

Suatu hari ada perbincangan di perusahaan printing yang ingin mengaplikasikan teknologi wireless dengan wajanbolic

Design grafis : "Sepertinya sudah layak untuk program ke depan semua sudah berbasis wireless."

Staff gudang : (mengiyakan) "Iyah gimana kalo kita pakai wajanbloic" (kemarin habis mengikuti seminar wajanbolic)

IT : "Iyah bagus..."

Design grafis : "Tes kekuatan sinyalnya gimana yah...?"

Staff gudang : "Iyah gimana yah supaya sampai gudang belakang.."

IT : (bete) "Gampang pak dengan penciuman saja..."

Design grafis dan Staff gudang : "Penciuman gimana....??"(bingung)

IT : "Iyah cium aja di area masing masing kalo tercium bau nasi gorang sama bawang putih menyengat berarti sinyal nya bagus.."

Design grafis dan Staff gudang : "???:?:?" (wajannya bekas)

source ketawa

Indonesia Information and Communication Technology Award 2009

Saatnya indonesia bangkit dan bersaing

Indonesia Information and Communication Technology Award 2009

Indonesia ICT Award 2009 (INAICTA 2009) adalah acara akbar berskala nasional yang diselenggarakan komunitas teknologi informasi dan komunikasi di tanah air, dengan dukungan penuh dari Departemen Komunikasi dan Informatika, yang bertujuan untuk memberikan apresiasi terhadap karya-karya terbaik di bidang telematika.

Tahun Indonesia Kreatif 2009
Dalam rangka mencanangkan “Tahun Indonesia Kreatif 2009”, maka INAICTA 2009 kali ini juga memiliki tema “Membangun Ekonomi Kreatif Melalui karya Generasi Kreatif” (C-gen for C-conomy). INAICTA 2009 kali ini juga akan lebih memberikan sorotan khusus untuk segi kreatif, termasuk dengan menyesuaikan kategori yang diperlombakan, lebih ke arah industri kreatif.

Sabtu, 07 Maret 2009

register to searh engine

Salah satu fungsi search engine bagi kita, pemilik blog adalah untuk memperkenalkan blog kita karena search engine akan membawa pengunjung ke blog kita (pengunjung yang nyasar ke blog kita terbawa arus search engine). Untuk pengguna internet adalah mempermudah mencari informasi yang diinginkannya, bayangkan saja seandainya tidak ada search engine atau mesin pencari betapa sulitnya mencari informasi yang dikehendaki. Informasi banyak tapi sulit dicari, ibarat pepatah mencari jarum di tumpukan jerami.

Berapa banyak search engine yang kamu ketahui? Atau search engine apa yang sering orang gunakan? Ada banyak sekali penyedia jasa pencarian ini, ada 1000 lebih search engine. Dan search engine yang sering di gunakan dan paling terkenal di bumi ini adalah google dan diikuti oleh yahoo. Kedua search engine itu paling dikenal dan digunakan.

Langsung saja kita daftarkan blog kita ke berbagai search engine, supaya blog kita semakin ramai dikunjungi banyak orang, itukan yang kita harapkan? Kemana kita daftar? Oke, berdasarkan roni kita dapat mendaftarkan blog kita ke alamat-alamat berikut ini:

# Name : Google
Alamat URL : http://www.google.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://www.google.com/addurl.html

# Name : Yahoo !!
Alamat URL : http://www.yahoo.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://submit.search.yahoo.com/

# Name : MSN
Alamat URL : http://www.msn.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://search.msn.com.sg/docs/submit.aspx

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Alamat URL : http://www.altavista.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://add-url.altavista.com/cgi-bin/newurl?

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Alamat URL : http://www.lycos.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://home.lycos.com/addasite.html

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Alamat URL : http://www.alltheweb.com
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# Name : Direct Hit
Alamat URL : http://www.directhit.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://www.directhit.com/util/addurl.html

# Name : Excite
Alamat URL : http://www.excite.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://www.excite.com/info/add_url_form/

# Name : Hotbot
Alamat URL : http://www.hotbot.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://hotbot.lycos.com/addurl.asp

# Name : Northern Light
Alamat URL : http://www.northernlight.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://www.northernlight.com/docs/requrl_help.html

# Name : Webtop
Alamat URL : http://www.webtop.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://www.webtop.com/search/vanilla/addurl.html

# Name : Dmoz
Alamat URL : http://dmoz.org
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://dmoz.org/add.html

# Name : Webcrawler
Alamat URL : http://www.webcrawler.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://www.webcrawler.com/info/add_url/

# Name : InfoSeek
Alamat URL : http://www.infoseek.com
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://www.infoseek.com

# Name : Open Text
Alamat URL : http://index.opentext.net
Alamat Pendaftaran : http://index.opentext.net

# Name : Free Submit to 1500 Search Engines
Alamat URL : http://www.submitxtras.com/
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Semakin kamu sering atau rajin mendaftarkan blog kamu ke berbagai search engine, maka peluang blog kamu dikunjungi banyak orang yang terbawa dari search engine semakin besar.

a global challenge in the new Millennium

Declaration of Principles

Building the Information Society: a global challenge in the new Millennium

A. Our Common Vision of the Information Society
  1. We, the representatives of the peoples of the world, assembled in Geneva from 10-12 December 2003 for the first phase of the World Summit on the Information Society, declare our common desire and commitment to build a people-centred, inclusive and development-oriented Information Society, where everyone can create, access, utilize and share information and knowledge, enabling individuals, communities and peoples to achieve their full potential in promoting their sustainable development and improving their quality of life, premised on the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations and respecting fully and upholding the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
  2. Our challenge is to harness the potential of information and communication technology to promote the development goals of the Millennium Declaration, namely the eradication of extreme poverty and hunger; achievement of universal primary education; promotion of gender equality and empowerment of women; reduction of child mortality; improvement of maternal health; to combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases; ensuring environmental sustainability; and development of global partnerships for development for the attainment of a more peaceful, just and prosperous world. We also reiterate our commitment to the achievement of sustainable development and agreed development goals, as contained in the Johannesburg Declaration and Plan of Implementation and the Monterrey Consensus, and other outcomes of relevant United Nations Summits.
  3. We reaffirm the universality, indivisibility, interdependence and interrelation of all human rights and fundamental freedoms, including the right to development, as enshrined in the Vienna Declaration. We also reaffirm that democracy, sustainable development, and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms as well as good governance at all levels are interdependent and mutually reinforcing. We further resolve to strengthen respect for the rule of law in international as in national affairs.
  4. We reaffirm, as an essential foundation of the Information Society, and as outlined in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, that everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; that this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers. Communication is a fundamental social process, a basic human need and the foundation of all social organization. It is central to the Information Society. Everyone, everywhere should have the opportunity to participate and no one should be excluded from the benefits the Information Society offers.
  5. We further reaffirm our commitment to the provisions of Article 29 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, that everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of their personality is possible, and that, in the exercise of their rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society. These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations. In this way, we shall promote an Information Society where human dignity is respected.
  6. In keeping with the spirit of this declaration, we rededicate ourselves to upholding the principle of the sovereign equality of all States.
  7. We recognize that science has a central role in the development of the Information Society. Many of the building blocks of the Information Society are the result of scientific and technical advances made possible by the sharing of research results.
  8. We recognize that education, knowledge, information and communication are at the core of human progress, endeavour and well-being. Further, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have an immense impact on virtually all aspects of our lives. The rapid progress of these technologies opens completely new opportunities to attain higher levels of development. The capacity of these technologies to reduce many traditional obstacles, especially those of time and distance, for the first time in history makes it possible to use the potential of these technologies for the benefit of millions of people in all corners of the world.
  9. We are aware that ICTs should be regarded as tools and not as an end in themselves. Under favourable conditions, these technologies can be a powerful instrument, increasing productivity, generating economic growth, job creation and employability and improving the quality of life of all. They can also promote dialogue among people, nations and civilizations.
  10. We are also fully aware that the benefits of the information technology revolution are today unevenly distributed between the developed and developing countries and within societies. We are fully committed to turning this digital divide into a digital opportunity for all, particularly for those who risk being left behind and being further marginalized.
  11. We are committed to realizing our common vision of the Information Society for ourselves and for future generations. We recognize that young people are the future workforce and leading creators and earliest adopters of ICTs. They must therefore be empowered as learners, developers, contributors, entrepreneurs and decision-makers. We must focus especially on young people who have not yet been able to benefit fully from the opportunities provided by ICTs. We are also committed to ensuring that the development of ICT applications and operation of services respects the rights of children as well as their protection and well-being.
  12. We affirm that development of ICTs provides enormous opportunities for women, who should be an integral part of, and key actors, in the Information Society. We are committed to ensuring that the Information Society enables women's empowerment and their full participation on the basis on equality in all spheres of society and in all decision-making processes. To this end, we should mainstream a gender equality perspective and use ICTs as a tool to that end.
  13. In building the Information Society, we shall pay particular attention to the special needs of marginalized and vulnerable groups of society, including migrants, internally displaced persons and refugees, unemployed and underprivileged people, minorities and nomadic people. We shall also recognize the special needs of older persons and persons with disabilities.
  14. We are resolute to empower the poor, particularly those living in remote, rural and marginalized urban areas, to access information and to use ICTs as a tool to support their efforts to lift themselves out of poverty.
  15. In the evolution of the Information Society, particular attention must be given to the special situation of indigenous peoples, as well as to the preservation of their heritage and their cultural legacy.
  16. We continue to pay special attention to the particular needs of people of developing countries, countries with economies in transition, Least Developed Countries, Small Island Developing States, Landlocked Developing Countries, Highly Indebted Poor Countries, countries and territories under occupation, countries recovering from conflict and countries and regions with special needs as well as to conditions that pose severe threats to development, such as natural disasters.
  17. We recognize that building an inclusive Information Society requires new forms of solidarity, partnership and cooperation among governments and other stakeholders, i.e. the private sector, civil society and international organizations. Realizing that the ambitious goal of this Declaration - bridging the digital divide and ensuring harmonious, fair and equitable development for all - will require strong commitment by all stakeholders, we call for digital solidarity, both at national and international levels.
  18. Nothing in this Declaration shall be construed as impairing, contradicting, restricting or derogating from the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, any other international instrument or national laws adopted in furtherance of these instruments
source : WSIS DECLARATION

learn for adsense

this is my new blog, and today i just started for register on google adsense, it say will take few days to get aproval from adsense,
....

just learn step..by...step.....

Learn to Blog

Are you ready to blog?
Actually it's kind of absurd to talk about "how to blog." It's harder to talk about it than actually get out there and do it. The more you do it and experiment, the easier it becomes, and the more you will want to tinker with those templates to make your own, customized template.

And remember, you can always start out basic and think small. Perhaps you want to begin writing your memoirs and keep them up to date, but find that your handwriting is illegible even to yourself. Because many blog sites are free, no topic is too insignificant. Just remember that other people may or may not be reading your blog. And someone like us could even be linking to it!

Later, if you become more ambitious, you can take a peek at the "internal workings" of a blog's template and make some modifications. This would also be a perfect excuse to brush up on your HTML skills or pick up that HTML for Dummies Quick Reference book or a similar title that will get you acquainted with the basics of HTML.

Once you have your template and entries all gussied up, you're ready to debut to your public. Start letting other related blogs know about your blog. Some sites like Libdex keep track of library related blogs; check out their Library blogs page. If you let Peter Scott know about your library blog, he'd be happy to add it to the list. (His e-mail is right there on the site.) Even if your blog isn't a library blog, I'm sure you can find your public by doing some Google searches.

Have fun! Experiment! It's easier that you think to make a professional looking page that you can update quickly and easily.

by pitas

What’s The Difference Between a Website and a Blog

A website is a collection of web pages on a server. It is a form of static billboard on the Internet that showcases information. There is more to the definition, but for our needs, this is good enough. A website can be a collection of articles, news, links, information, photographs, and anything you want. And a website can even host a blog!

A blog is a website or part of a website that usually features one or more of the following criteria:
Editorial Commentary
Links to external sites, often seen as recommendations
May, or may not, be factual
Tells stories
Usually about a specific topic, subject, or genre
Tends to be opinionated and personal
Could be considered “newsy” rather than “news”
Comments and interaction with the audience
Photographs of you and your activities

At one time, a blog would have been called a diary, journal, scrapbook, or storytelling. Which brings us back to the term website.


Many people differentiate a blog from a website. A website is “serious information”, while a blog is “not so serious”. A website has facts, figures, articles, and educational materials. A blog has a bunch of links, talk and comments, as well as facts, figures, articles, and educational materials.

Truth is, a blog is a website, but the terminology is changing to differentiate between a non- or semi-interactive website and the magic that compels thought and interaction with a blog

source : lorelle