Friday, January 06, 2006

I would like to introduce to all you here. It is my new home to share my thought and collection of know-how. For example, development, product, programming tutorial, software review, and many more.

The most recent post is about Grid Computing Deal of EMC and Acxiom and Sneak Preview SAP NetWeaver 04 SP15 Full Java Edition.

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Google PC as a Breaking New in Thailand

Internet search leader Google is to announce the launch of its own budget priced personal computer that will run on a Linux-based operating system and could be sold in conjunction with Wal-Mart, the Los Angeles Times reported last night (Thailand time). The machine, dubbed Google Cube, could present a serious challenge to software giant Microsoft whose Windows operating system currently runs some 90 per cent of the world"s personal computers. Though previous attempts to launch cheap network-based computers have failed, analysts believe that Google"s stellar brand, plus its deep pockets and expertise at building web applications, could give it a chance against the world"s biggest software company. The report said the new computer could be announced as early as Friday when Google co-founder Larry Page is due to address the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Bangkok Post Breaking news

Google PC

The speculation centers on sources who say that Google is in negotiations with Wal-Mart and other retailers to sell a Google PC that will run a Google operating system and be cheap, maybe as low as $200. That’s what sparked the buzz and piqued my interest. A retail relationship could mean something is not far off. Of course, the article is labeled with the big prediction caveat, so "not far off" could also mean never.

But that’s just the latest in a few months of speculation from somewhat legitimate sources on Google hardware. Last month, Bear Stearns analysts predicted "Google Cubes" that would network music and video between PC and TV. And a few little noticed reports last month toted a possible release of a $200 Google-branded thin client based on partnerships with Wyse Technologies. There’s been even further talk about a Google network box if you go a bit farther back. And let me add to the fire by wondering aloud if the operating system is the first concrete connection with the Sun partnership.

InformationWeek Weblog: Are Google PC And Operating System On The Near Horizon?

Wow! It would be nice if I can watch TV to use Google. Read more.

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Monday, January 02, 2006

New option of Blogger Web Comments

According to official announcment of Blogger Web Comments by Google, the results was only stricted to my language, Thai, only. By the way, the version 1.01 has been added new option to disable this behavior. To disable this feature, turn off "Strict to my language" option in popup menu.

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Web 2.0 by Example

The earlier avatar, that is Web 1.0, would be clearly demarcated content which was fairly static. You could not interact with it, add your comments or leave your mark. You used the software or the content as is and could not collaborate with other users of the same content.  If Double Click, Akamai,, content management systems and page views are a few examples associated with Web 1.0, Google AdSense, BitTorrent, Napster, Wikipedia, blogging, cost per click and web services would comprise Web 2.0, explains O’reilly.  For example, with BitTorrent, the service automatically gets better the more people use it. While Akamai must add servers to improve service, every BitTorrent consumer brings his own resources to the party.
Companies & Industry

Co-founder of the concept, Tim Oreilly, founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media told Business Standard about Web 2.0 in his opinion. The easiest way to understand Web 2.0 is by comparison of Web 1.0 and Web 2.0.

According to the example, is comparable to Napster in term of functionality. However, Web 2.0 provides a lot more interactivity and usability.

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