I got this information from a reliable source, so I am publishing it here for my reference of course and to others if they are interested to know.
I know its a bit rhetorical to us but my stint as a technical support for a local hospital have taught me patience in educating the senior citizens as well as those that are non-IT proficient. As such, please bear with me when I try to explain it here on reason as to why there are bounce emails in our email.
Yesterday night, I decided to pop in the Lord of the Rings 2 extended edition vcd and watch in for the 14th time. Don’t ask me why but this kind of movie is a really damn good show that its worth the time spent (its a 3hour 17 min) show.
In the end, I slept at
This entry is transported from my old site into here, due to its sheer magnitude of understanding among my readers…
In view of the ongoing viruses and spywares lurking on the Internet, let me take this opportunity to do a mini thesis about this whole issue. For those that are oblivious to all these technical information, treat this as another information needed to be understand in this information superhighway era. Otherwise, you may wish to stop reading this entry and venture off to somewhere else. First stop, let’s take a look at a definition of an Internet virus.
Again another entry that is transported back here from my old site. Following the rave reviews of my past entry, I have decided to continue writing on IT materials and stuff on my weblog in an effort to have the
community appreciate the hordes of IT in line with everyday life.
Ok I’ve added in another interesting (hopefully) IT topic that
should be able to make you understand that there is a difference between Singnet
and Pacific Internet BROADBAND connection and Starhub’s CABLE MODEM
services. More often than not, I normally end up having to explain to some
of my punters the disparity between these two as most of us tend to mix up
between broadband and cable modem. Some even thought that cable IS broadband,
which is a definite NO-NO.