3:53 PM

omegle chat

soreeeeee

hari ini akika mau bercerita nih~ daripada sore sore ga ada kerjaan gini.

oke,
sebagai orang norak, gue belom pernah ngechat pake omegle. dan gue ga tertarik buat nyoba pake gituan. nah kemaren, ceritanya gue maen kerumah sepupu gue dan dia omegle an sama temenya pake video call. ujung2nya gue ikutan dan agak tertarik pake omegle. walaupun stranger2 yang ada di omegle itu mengerikan (kadang kadang)

karena bosen abis ngedit2 blog yang ga selese2 akhirnya gue iseng masuk ke omegle.com dan masuk ke chat nya. awalnya sih gue ga ngerti (cupu sih) soalnya banyak yang nanyain ASL, dan gue baru tau kalo ASL itu singkatan dari Age, Sex, Location -------______________----------

banyak yang aneh aneh di omegle, dan kalo ga nyambung ato dia chat aneh2 akhirnya gue disconnect (iyalah)

tapi yang gue salut, tiap mereka tanya gue darimana terus gue jawab kalo gue dari indonesia, mereka selalu bilang awesome! cool! nice!

dan jujur itu agak bikin gue bingung

....................................
Stranger: Indonesia? cool
you: really? thanks
you: whats make you say that indonesia is cool?
stranger: yeah i think it's cool
you: i still dont understand why you said that indonesia is cool
stranger: you hate your country or what?

ngok~ gue close abisan gue ngerasa dipojokin.padahal kan gue cuma nanya gitu -___-
btw, yg chatting sama gue itu orang egypt namanya wleed (entah bener ato kagak)
dan abis itu gue chat sama orang2 yang juga bilang kalo indonesia itu awesome

dan sekarang gue lagi chat sama orang chicago (tau deh bener apa engga) dan dia pun baru aja bilang kalo indonesia itu great:

You: hi
You: asl?
Stranger: 18 m chicago
You: am 16 f
Stranger: haha.. nice to see u...
You: nice 2 see u too
Stranger: hahaha... what are u doin?
You: chatting with u haha
You: what grade r u in?
Stranger: hhooohoho... you funny :DDD
Stranger: excuse me where u from??
You: asia
Stranger: woow.. Asia?? what country?
You: indonesia :)
Stranger: Indonesia is a country in South east Asia, eh??
You: yes you're right
Stranger: i'm smart.... LOL
Stranger: btw i have a grandpa from Java Island
You: really?
You: you're javanesse?
You: haha
Stranger: i don't know.. i can't remember my Grandpa's origin place... but i think hesn't javanesse
Stranger: i'll check it later
You: ur grandpa live in java, doesn't he?
Stranger: he was born in Java Island (i have no idea about place) but he moved out to USA when he was 20
Stranger: are u there?
You: oh i see
You: i live in java island, in jakarta
Stranger: Jakarta? great...
Stranger: is that capital city of Indonesia, huh??
You: yeah, it seems you know more about indonesia haha
Stranger: because i study about Asian countries at school last wednesday

-____-"

tapi bangga juga sih, ternyata orang orang luar itu ternyata tau tentang Indonesia, dan muji muji indonesia
apalagi ternyata kakeknya lahir di jawa


nah ada lagi yang paling gelo:




you: hi
stranger: hi
stranger: asl?
you: 18 f asia, u?
stranger: 18 m indonesia
stranger: u?
stranger: country?
you: really? im indonesian too
stranger: hahaha
stranger: asli mana?
you: jakarta
you: anda?
strangers: surabaya 


--------------__________________________-----------------------


cape deh
10:52 AM

Bluetooth 3.0, WirelessHD show up in laptops



IDG News Service - Laptops packed with Bluetooth 3.0 and WirelessHD are being shown at the Computex trade show in Taiwan and will be on the market this year, offering faster wireless data transfer speeds between PCs and TVs or mobile phones, for instance.

Laptops shown by Acer and Asustek with the latest technologies could help wirelessly transfer larger files and high-definition images at faster speeds. The technologies have been under development, but are now slowly making their way into PCs.

Asus announced the G73JW and the G53 gaming laptops with WirelessHD, which allows the transmission of high-definition video from laptops to larger TV screens. That could let users turn their PCs into game consoles or Blu-ray players.

The laptops integrate Sibeam's WirelessHD technology and use the 60GHz frequency band to transfer data. The data transfers will not interfere with wireless communication through Wi-Fi or cordless phones, which use separate frequency bands, SiBeam said in a statement.

The laptops will be available with 3D screens, Asus said. The G53 will come with a 15.6-inch screen and the G73JW laptop with a 17.3-inch screen. Laptop prices were not announced, and they will become available later this year.

Acer at the show said it would bring Bluetooth 3.0 technology to its laptops, though it didn't announce specific models. However, an Acer Aspire 533 on display included a Bluetooth 3.0 port, according to enthusiast Web siteNetbooked, which did a hands-on review of the device.

Acer has also indicated it would implement Bluetooth 3.0 in its Timeline laptops on a BIOS support page.

Bluetooth is commonly used in mobile phones with wireless headsets for hands-free talking. Bluetooth is also used in laptops to transfer multimedia files or sync data without using wires.

The new Bluetooth 3.0 standard boosts wireless data transfers between devices to 25M bps (bits per second) from 3M bps, according to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, a group developing the standard. The Bluetooth 3.0 specification, which is based on Wi-Fi, is an update from the Bluetooth 2.1 protocol, which was adopted in 2007.

Bluetooth 3.0 piggybacks Wi-Fi connections to transfer short bursts of data at fast speeds from devices like mobile phones to PCs. Bluetooth 3.0 will transfer images or movies at faster data transfers while using less power, said Michael Foley, executive director of the Bluetooth SIG.

The Wi-Fi backbone helps shut down the Bluetooth radio a lot quicker as data transfers are completed faster, Foley said. The new standard also increases the range and stabilizes connections between devices. In earlier standards, connections easily broke when devices went out of range, Foley said.

Foley hopes the adoption of Bluetooth 3.0 in PCs will spur other device makers to adopt the standard. The technology has already appeared in smartphones, but Foley said it will ultimately make its way to cameras, camcorders, projectors and TVs.

Asus also included a Bluetooth 3.0 port in its EeeTop PC ET 24, all-in-one 3D desktop designed to replace home theater systems. The desktop was announced at Computex.

Semiconductor companies are also developing chips that include Bluetooth 3.0 radios. Ralink Communications showed the RT3592BC8 chip that combined Wi-Fi/802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0 technologies. The Taiwanese company said the chip could be used in laptops, and could enable applications like peer-to-peer gaming.

Broadcom announced that its InConcert communications module, which combines 802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0, had been selected by PC makers like Asus and Samsung for implementation in laptops and netbooks.






10:00 AM

T H E T A B L E T

The Tablet: It’s the most anticipated product of the year. The mythical tablet computer (which everyone seems to be working on). There are beautiful Android tablets, concept tablets, and, of course, the one tablet which could define the category, the Apple Tablet. Or iSlate or whatever it’s called. If Steve Jobs is not working on a tablet, he’d better come up with one because anything else will be a huge disappointment.Why do we need yet another computer in between a laptop and an iPhone? We won’t really know until we have it. But the answer lies in the fact that increasingly the Web is all you need. As all of our apps and data and social lives move to the Web, the Tablet is the incarnation of the Web in device form, stripped down to its essentials. It will also be a superior e-reader for digital books, newspapers, and magazines, and a portable Web TV.


It’s the most anticipated product of the year. The mythical tablet computer (which everyone seems to be working on). There are beautiful Android tablets, concept tablets, and, of course, the one tablet which could define the category, the Apple Tablet. Or iSlate or whatever it’s called. If Steve Jobs is not working on a tablet, he’d better come up with one because anything else will be a huge disappointment.
Why do we need yet another computer in between a laptop and an iPhone? We won’t really know until we have it. But the answer lies in the fact that increasingly the Web is all you need. As all of our apps and data and social lives move to the Web, the Tablet is the incarnation of the Web in device form, stripped down to its essentials. It will also be a superior e-reader for digital books, newspapers, and magazines, and a portable Web TV.


9:25 AM

the most sophisticated satelite in tokyo

Japan Launches the most sophisticated Internet Satellite Communications Tokyo (AFP) - Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency - JAXA), Saturday, launched a rocket into space, carrying an experimental satellite "Kizuna," which is the most advanced experimental project to bring Internet communication network system super cepat.this launch domestically built rocket named H-2A was a success from the Japanese space launch center in the province of Kagoshima, after being postponed from the previous schedule on February 15 last, according to Kyodo Tokyo, Japan expert . as designing Kizuna effort to bring wireless Internet communication system (wireless) super fast which is able to reach the Asia Pacific region. It was also in response to the difficulty of the Internet network infrastructure in Japan geographical daratan.Kondisi mountainous and rocky indeed quite difficult for the implementation of Internet networking infrastructure throughout the country that is being accelerated by Jepang.Akhirnya Japan chose to accelerate development Internet via satellite network system which does not use wires and the options as well as efforts to anticipate if a permanent communications system to crash hebat.Kemampuan transfer data through Kizuna pretty awesome, namely at 1.2 gigabits per second. One gigabit = one billion bits per second. With that capability, Japan is also able to accelerate the research development of new-generation broadcasting technology, namely "high-definition televisions," or so-called "HD-TV". Internet data transfer rate for the Japanese public relatively quickly by using a fiber optic network data transfer speed of at least 100 megabits per second (Mbps). The makers claim that the Kizuna satellite communication system is the fastest in the world today. Another benefit of super-fast data transfer capacity that is capable of developing distance medical consultation services jauh.Satelit itself is the result of collaboration between JAXA and the National Institute of Information and Communication Technology. The total cost spent for the project to reach 52 billion yen, from research, the launch until the operation

9:11 PM

THE FASTEST MOVERS EVER!!!!

Q Teleportation is a sophisticated machine that can move all objacts to some place in everywhere and everytime.but, this machine doesn't teleport the whole object. Q teleportation destroys quantum which is contained in the object and then shape it back in a place that we want. 
  Q-teleportation can not animate or inanimate objects move as a whole physical. This tool is to "create" a replica of the previous object at the position in other places and objects previously would "disappear" during the replicasare being made, said Rupert Ursin, a researcher if the Institute of Experimental Physics, University of Vienna, Austria


i thnik this machine could be useful for us because, we won't waste our time too much to get some place








 we dont have to take some vehicle if we want to go in a distance. consequently, there are some disadvantages if this machine will be used in all over the world. first, the people won't use train, airplane, and bus anymore because Q teleportation. so the owner of the companies will bankrupt
11:01 PM

EXTRAORDINARY HELL-OUCH KITTY

are you a kitty-lovers? do you have a cat? well i think some kitty lovers should have a cat, or more XD 
 but as we know, there are some reasons why some people that love cat, choose not to have a cat. the first is alergy. the cat's fur can cause some disease such as skin rash. second, cats love to mess up the house. we will busy to make it up. third, they really need a big concern. so if we are busy, they will be sad and stress

But it seems no longer a constraint for those who like a cat and would still like to have it at home as a friend to play in my spare time. Do not be afraid to various constraints on. sega toys has a solution

get ready for.........................................


DREAM CAT VENUS


This artificial cat would react when you pet or touch should ordinary cat. Of course you do not need the hassle to provide food, because these artificial animals certainly do not need the original food. You also would not have felt allergic to cats, because cats are indeed different from normal cats, although fleeting will look the same. 
  the cat's price is 110 USD or 1,1 million rupiah. wanna try?

8:27 PM

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November 21, 2010

omegle chat

Posted by nurul oktaviani at 3:53 PM 4 comments
soreeeeee

hari ini akika mau bercerita nih~ daripada sore sore ga ada kerjaan gini.

oke,
sebagai orang norak, gue belom pernah ngechat pake omegle. dan gue ga tertarik buat nyoba pake gituan. nah kemaren, ceritanya gue maen kerumah sepupu gue dan dia omegle an sama temenya pake video call. ujung2nya gue ikutan dan agak tertarik pake omegle. walaupun stranger2 yang ada di omegle itu mengerikan (kadang kadang)

karena bosen abis ngedit2 blog yang ga selese2 akhirnya gue iseng masuk ke omegle.com dan masuk ke chat nya. awalnya sih gue ga ngerti (cupu sih) soalnya banyak yang nanyain ASL, dan gue baru tau kalo ASL itu singkatan dari Age, Sex, Location -------______________----------

banyak yang aneh aneh di omegle, dan kalo ga nyambung ato dia chat aneh2 akhirnya gue disconnect (iyalah)

tapi yang gue salut, tiap mereka tanya gue darimana terus gue jawab kalo gue dari indonesia, mereka selalu bilang awesome! cool! nice!

dan jujur itu agak bikin gue bingung

....................................
Stranger: Indonesia? cool
you: really? thanks
you: whats make you say that indonesia is cool?
stranger: yeah i think it's cool
you: i still dont understand why you said that indonesia is cool
stranger: you hate your country or what?

ngok~ gue close abisan gue ngerasa dipojokin.padahal kan gue cuma nanya gitu -___-
btw, yg chatting sama gue itu orang egypt namanya wleed (entah bener ato kagak)
dan abis itu gue chat sama orang2 yang juga bilang kalo indonesia itu awesome

dan sekarang gue lagi chat sama orang chicago (tau deh bener apa engga) dan dia pun baru aja bilang kalo indonesia itu great:

You: hi
You: asl?
Stranger: 18 m chicago
You: am 16 f
Stranger: haha.. nice to see u...
You: nice 2 see u too
Stranger: hahaha... what are u doin?
You: chatting with u haha
You: what grade r u in?
Stranger: hhooohoho... you funny :DDD
Stranger: excuse me where u from??
You: asia
Stranger: woow.. Asia?? what country?
You: indonesia :)
Stranger: Indonesia is a country in South east Asia, eh??
You: yes you're right
Stranger: i'm smart.... LOL
Stranger: btw i have a grandpa from Java Island
You: really?
You: you're javanesse?
You: haha
Stranger: i don't know.. i can't remember my Grandpa's origin place... but i think hesn't javanesse
Stranger: i'll check it later
You: ur grandpa live in java, doesn't he?
Stranger: he was born in Java Island (i have no idea about place) but he moved out to USA when he was 20
Stranger: are u there?
You: oh i see
You: i live in java island, in jakarta
Stranger: Jakarta? great...
Stranger: is that capital city of Indonesia, huh??
You: yeah, it seems you know more about indonesia haha
Stranger: because i study about Asian countries at school last wednesday

-____-"

tapi bangga juga sih, ternyata orang orang luar itu ternyata tau tentang Indonesia, dan muji muji indonesia
apalagi ternyata kakeknya lahir di jawa


nah ada lagi yang paling gelo:




you: hi
stranger: hi
stranger: asl?
you: 18 f asia, u?
stranger: 18 m indonesia
stranger: u?
stranger: country?
you: really? im indonesian too
stranger: hahaha
stranger: asli mana?
you: jakarta
you: anda?
strangers: surabaya 


--------------__________________________-----------------------


cape deh

Bluetooth 3.0, WirelessHD show up in laptops

Posted by nurul oktaviani at 10:52 AM 0 comments


IDG News Service - Laptops packed with Bluetooth 3.0 and WirelessHD are being shown at the Computex trade show in Taiwan and will be on the market this year, offering faster wireless data transfer speeds between PCs and TVs or mobile phones, for instance.

Laptops shown by Acer and Asustek with the latest technologies could help wirelessly transfer larger files and high-definition images at faster speeds. The technologies have been under development, but are now slowly making their way into PCs.

Asus announced the G73JW and the G53 gaming laptops with WirelessHD, which allows the transmission of high-definition video from laptops to larger TV screens. That could let users turn their PCs into game consoles or Blu-ray players.

The laptops integrate Sibeam's WirelessHD technology and use the 60GHz frequency band to transfer data. The data transfers will not interfere with wireless communication through Wi-Fi or cordless phones, which use separate frequency bands, SiBeam said in a statement.

The laptops will be available with 3D screens, Asus said. The G53 will come with a 15.6-inch screen and the G73JW laptop with a 17.3-inch screen. Laptop prices were not announced, and they will become available later this year.

Acer at the show said it would bring Bluetooth 3.0 technology to its laptops, though it didn't announce specific models. However, an Acer Aspire 533 on display included a Bluetooth 3.0 port, according to enthusiast Web siteNetbooked, which did a hands-on review of the device.

Acer has also indicated it would implement Bluetooth 3.0 in its Timeline laptops on a BIOS support page.

Bluetooth is commonly used in mobile phones with wireless headsets for hands-free talking. Bluetooth is also used in laptops to transfer multimedia files or sync data without using wires.

The new Bluetooth 3.0 standard boosts wireless data transfers between devices to 25M bps (bits per second) from 3M bps, according to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, a group developing the standard. The Bluetooth 3.0 specification, which is based on Wi-Fi, is an update from the Bluetooth 2.1 protocol, which was adopted in 2007.

Bluetooth 3.0 piggybacks Wi-Fi connections to transfer short bursts of data at fast speeds from devices like mobile phones to PCs. Bluetooth 3.0 will transfer images or movies at faster data transfers while using less power, said Michael Foley, executive director of the Bluetooth SIG.

The Wi-Fi backbone helps shut down the Bluetooth radio a lot quicker as data transfers are completed faster, Foley said. The new standard also increases the range and stabilizes connections between devices. In earlier standards, connections easily broke when devices went out of range, Foley said.

Foley hopes the adoption of Bluetooth 3.0 in PCs will spur other device makers to adopt the standard. The technology has already appeared in smartphones, but Foley said it will ultimately make its way to cameras, camcorders, projectors and TVs.

Asus also included a Bluetooth 3.0 port in its EeeTop PC ET 24, all-in-one 3D desktop designed to replace home theater systems. The desktop was announced at Computex.

Semiconductor companies are also developing chips that include Bluetooth 3.0 radios. Ralink Communications showed the RT3592BC8 chip that combined Wi-Fi/802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0 technologies. The Taiwanese company said the chip could be used in laptops, and could enable applications like peer-to-peer gaming.

Broadcom announced that its InConcert communications module, which combines 802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0, had been selected by PC makers like Asus and Samsung for implementation in laptops and netbooks.






T H E T A B L E T

Posted by nurul oktaviani at 10:00 AM 1 comments
The Tablet: It’s the most anticipated product of the year. The mythical tablet computer (which everyone seems to be working on). There are beautiful Android tablets, concept tablets, and, of course, the one tablet which could define the category, the Apple Tablet. Or iSlate or whatever it’s called. If Steve Jobs is not working on a tablet, he’d better come up with one because anything else will be a huge disappointment.Why do we need yet another computer in between a laptop and an iPhone? We won’t really know until we have it. But the answer lies in the fact that increasingly the Web is all you need. As all of our apps and data and social lives move to the Web, the Tablet is the incarnation of the Web in device form, stripped down to its essentials. It will also be a superior e-reader for digital books, newspapers, and magazines, and a portable Web TV.


It’s the most anticipated product of the year. The mythical tablet computer (which everyone seems to be working on). There are beautiful Android tablets, concept tablets, and, of course, the one tablet which could define the category, the Apple Tablet. Or iSlate or whatever it’s called. If Steve Jobs is not working on a tablet, he’d better come up with one because anything else will be a huge disappointment.
Why do we need yet another computer in between a laptop and an iPhone? We won’t really know until we have it. But the answer lies in the fact that increasingly the Web is all you need. As all of our apps and data and social lives move to the Web, the Tablet is the incarnation of the Web in device form, stripped down to its essentials. It will also be a superior e-reader for digital books, newspapers, and magazines, and a portable Web TV.


the most sophisticated satelite in tokyo

Posted by nurul oktaviani at 9:25 AM 0 comments
Japan Launches the most sophisticated Internet Satellite Communications Tokyo (AFP) - Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency - JAXA), Saturday, launched a rocket into space, carrying an experimental satellite "Kizuna," which is the most advanced experimental project to bring Internet communication network system super cepat.this launch domestically built rocket named H-2A was a success from the Japanese space launch center in the province of Kagoshima, after being postponed from the previous schedule on February 15 last, according to Kyodo Tokyo, Japan expert . as designing Kizuna effort to bring wireless Internet communication system (wireless) super fast which is able to reach the Asia Pacific region. It was also in response to the difficulty of the Internet network infrastructure in Japan geographical daratan.Kondisi mountainous and rocky indeed quite difficult for the implementation of Internet networking infrastructure throughout the country that is being accelerated by Jepang.Akhirnya Japan chose to accelerate development Internet via satellite network system which does not use wires and the options as well as efforts to anticipate if a permanent communications system to crash hebat.Kemampuan transfer data through Kizuna pretty awesome, namely at 1.2 gigabits per second. One gigabit = one billion bits per second. With that capability, Japan is also able to accelerate the research development of new-generation broadcasting technology, namely "high-definition televisions," or so-called "HD-TV". Internet data transfer rate for the Japanese public relatively quickly by using a fiber optic network data transfer speed of at least 100 megabits per second (Mbps). The makers claim that the Kizuna satellite communication system is the fastest in the world today. Another benefit of super-fast data transfer capacity that is capable of developing distance medical consultation services jauh.Satelit itself is the result of collaboration between JAXA and the National Institute of Information and Communication Technology. The total cost spent for the project to reach 52 billion yen, from research, the launch until the operation

November 20, 2010

THE FASTEST MOVERS EVER!!!!

Posted by nurul oktaviani at 9:11 PM 2 comments
Q Teleportation is a sophisticated machine that can move all objacts to some place in everywhere and everytime.but, this machine doesn't teleport the whole object. Q teleportation destroys quantum which is contained in the object and then shape it back in a place that we want. 
  Q-teleportation can not animate or inanimate objects move as a whole physical. This tool is to "create" a replica of the previous object at the position in other places and objects previously would "disappear" during the replicasare being made, said Rupert Ursin, a researcher if the Institute of Experimental Physics, University of Vienna, Austria


i thnik this machine could be useful for us because, we won't waste our time too much to get some place








 we dont have to take some vehicle if we want to go in a distance. consequently, there are some disadvantages if this machine will be used in all over the world. first, the people won't use train, airplane, and bus anymore because Q teleportation. so the owner of the companies will bankrupt

November 18, 2010

EXTRAORDINARY HELL-OUCH KITTY

Posted by nurul oktaviani at 11:01 PM 0 comments
are you a kitty-lovers? do you have a cat? well i think some kitty lovers should have a cat, or more XD 
 but as we know, there are some reasons why some people that love cat, choose not to have a cat. the first is alergy. the cat's fur can cause some disease such as skin rash. second, cats love to mess up the house. we will busy to make it up. third, they really need a big concern. so if we are busy, they will be sad and stress

But it seems no longer a constraint for those who like a cat and would still like to have it at home as a friend to play in my spare time. Do not be afraid to various constraints on. sega toys has a solution

get ready for.........................................


DREAM CAT VENUS


This artificial cat would react when you pet or touch should ordinary cat. Of course you do not need the hassle to provide food, because these artificial animals certainly do not need the original food. You also would not have felt allergic to cats, because cats are indeed different from normal cats, although fleeting will look the same. 
  the cat's price is 110 USD or 1,1 million rupiah. wanna try?

January 1, 2010

Search

Posted by nurul oktaviani at 8:27 PM 0 comments