Monday, December 24, 2007

it's my Day!


Here something for your eyes:

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Friday, December 21, 2007



OpenID, similar to having a Google Accounts, Yahoo! ID or Windows Live ID, once you have logged or signed in to the respective accounts via username and password, you are able to join any services under one umbrella.

For example, you have signed in Google Account in blogger, you wish to open an account in Picasa, within the same account, Google will ask you to input any additional information required in the Picasa account, leaving the rest of the information are duplicated from the Blogger.

Using the same concept, OpenID gives users a higher security and confidence on handling which information to divulge in the services they joined.

First the user need to get himself/herself an OpenID account in any 'information provider' such as myOpenID and Verisign Personal Information Provider (PIP). The OpenID will be appear as URL such as mine,

Using this OpenID, users are allow to join services that supports OpenID by pasting their unique URL to the sign in column. Then, the information provider will request them to authenticates which information will be given. On a trusted site, the user could safely giving all the information in details, for a new site, maybe the user would want to give the required ones only for safety purposes. Once the permission is granted, the site would able to gain information that the user specified for the information provider to give. This is convenient for the sites the user frequently used, as he/she doesn't need to always sign-in by keying username and password, all the user need is an OpenID.

Once the user no longer trust the site or services, he/she could deny any access for the site to gain the information through the information provider. The user also has the option to cancel their account from the information provider to switch into a new one.

For more information regarding OpenID, you can go to:

So, what are you waiting for? Get yourself an OpenID now!


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is this N96?

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All thanks to ring nokia.

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Thursday, December 20, 2007

My Desktop after 15 Days






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Christmas Candid


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What I want for Christmas


Christmas, Christmas time is near
Time for gadgets and time for cheer
I've been good, but I can't last
Hurry Christmas, hurry fast
Want a N-series that loops the 8GB
Me, I want a N95 8GB
I can hardly stand the wait
Please Christmas, don't be late

Want a N-series that loops the 8GB
I still want a N95 8GB
I can hardly stand the wait
Please Christmas, don't be late
I can hardly stand the wait
Please Christmas, don't be late


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Wee~ Christmas Layout


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Monday, December 10, 2007

the BIG question?


Will my sis join them?

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Christmas Deco

I have visited the Curve and IKANO, but their Christmas decos for this year aren't up to expectation (what's thiz fellow is thinking? a boss?). Mainly white Christmas trees located at some strategic places. (Me sis told me that they are saving cost)(I think they are just being lazy~ =P)

Even the most 'inspiring' mall in KL decided to save cost and use white Christmas as their theme and some light manipulation so it looks unique and colorful.

KL Pavilion: Day

KL Pavilion: Evening

The only shopping mall Christmas deco that never stop (fail) giving me surprises and wonders is Mid Valley Megamall. Last year's theme was Sweet Christmas, and this year's theme I think, must be Fairy Christmas. Instead of the typical Mr Santa roaming around the mall and distributing candies to kidz, its the fairies job to do it.

However, Christmas deco in the gardens doesn't excites me much except for the fact they use real red and green apples and big onions that are waxed to be hung up on their mini-christmas-tree.

This is how they place the Christmas tree, look how easy is that!

That's all for now.

Approximately 15 days to go for Christmas.

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