Dufan Promo (again), 50% Discount

Dufan (Dunia Fantasi) Promo. 50% off for entry

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TGS 2007 Babes

Tokyo Game Show 2007 (TGS 2007) Booth BabesI choose the nice girl from benoa.net

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JBoss Seam 2.0 Has Been Releasead

JBoss Seam is a powerful new application framework for building next generation Web 2.0 applications by unifying and integrating technologies such as Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX), Java Server Faces (JSF), Enterprise Java Beans (EJB3), Java Portlets and Business Process Management (BPM).

Some Seam 2.0 new feature is :
* The Seam component model now supports web services, including direct support for conversational web services
* Seam components can now be written in Groovy
* New improved EL syntax
* Integration with Quartz, Hibernate Search and JFreeChart
* Support for JSF 1.2, as well as support for non-JSF environments like GWT
* Eclipse IDE support in the next release of JBossTools, including Seam project wizards, EL code completion, a visual JSF editor, hot deployment and test integration

Bugs in Oracle Query ?

I want to query a data with date condition. Guess what ? This similiar query give a different result.

1st query give the exact result that i wanted.
SELECT * FROM my_table
WHERE TO_CHAR(date_time, 'DD/MM/YYYY') BETWEEN '01/10/2007' and '6/11/2007'

2nd query result nothing
SELECT * FROM my_table
WHERE TO_CHAR(date_time, 'DD/MM/YYYY') BETWEEN '01/10/2007' and '06/11/2007'

The different is, the 1st query use 6-11-2007 instead of 06/11/2007.

FYI, i use Oracle database 9i and running query in Toad for Oracle

Any idea why this can happen ?

My 2007 Dream Book 2nd Review

According to my 1st review, my incomplete dream is :
2. New handphone, GSM and CDMA
    Done, i bought nokia 2115i, Nokia N70 and SE K510i
3. Learning PL/SQL
    Done, but still keep learning
4. Better GPA in 8th grade
    Failed :(
5. Exercise everyweek
    Not anymore since september
8. Mandarin language
    Not even think about it
9. Saving every month
    Done in my mutual fund

I still have 2 month left. Hopely can get the rest of my dream.

Yahoo! Messenger 9.0 Beta

YM 9 beta

Yahoo! Messenger 9.0 Beta
Now with a new friend-happy design!

*. Your friends come first
Enjoy a fun new look, with more room for friends' images, info, updates.
*. Express your true self
Add your personality with new Emoticons, plus new skins.
*. Share your passions
Use Flickr to swap photos (and always keep all your friends in the picture).

Download here

Introducing Vixta, Vista for Linux

Vixta, Is a Fedora customized version that looks like Windows Vista, operates similarly to Windows Vista, and even incorporates a lot of the GUI effects that you'll find only in Windows Vista.


The people behind Vixta wanted the prettiness of Windows Vista, but wanted to run Linux. They also wanted to make the user interface smooth and easy enough to use that other people who may be used to Windows would appreciate it.

Vixta's interface is a custom KDE mod, and when you install it, the first thing you'll notice is how much it really does look and feel like Windows. You get a single button to access your programs, settings, and desktop search. Additionally, there's a taskbar and widgets that all look like they could have been pulled directly from Vista.

In the end however, Vixta is definitely Linux. You don't install Windows apps (much as you might be tempted to), and you use open-source and Linux-friendly alternatives. Vixta may be attractive and open-source, but it's not the type of OS that you swap out for your friend's copy of Vista just to see if she notices. Still, if you're a Linux fan or looking for a distro that's a lot like Windows so you can get your feet wet, Vixta might be worth a shot.

Download Vixta here


MySpace Join OpenSocial

MySpace has confirmed they join Google OpenSocial team.

Google OpenSocial works much like the open-source code that allows third-parties to design apps for Faceboook, only OpenSocial will extend beyond a single social network, to other blogs and Web sites. At the time of its launch, LinkedIn, Friendster, and Google's own social network, Orkut, had already signed partnerships with Google. Companies behind some of Facebook's most popular apps, including iLike and Slide, have thrown their hats in the ring.

When we first reported Google's launch of the new developer platform, OpenSocial, we couldn't help but comment on the fact that it seemed like product of bad blood, in light of the company's loss to Microsoft in the recent Facebook bidding war.

According to Reuters, Myspace and Google announced today that both companies have been working on projects for more than a year.

Both companies confirmed the partnership in a joint press release. "Our partnership with Google allows developers to gain massive distribution without unnecessary specialized development for every platform," said Myspace co-founder and CEO, Chris DeWolfe. "This is about helping the start-up spend more time building a great product rather than rebuilding it for every social network. We're pleased to collaborate with Google to establish a landmark standard for social applications."

Myspace is currently the world's largest social networking site, with 110 million users to Facebook's 48 million.

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