Archive for 2006

More On Credit Cards

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

I was pissed off with a Standard Chartered credit card salesman yesterday as he insistently pushed me to apply for one. He even promised that I would get a Gold card. Well, its not entirely his fault as I was actually pissed off with the banks customer support. Since 6 months back I have been […]

Google Analytics Plugin Not Showing

Saturday, December 30th, 2006

Well, this is not a complaint to the great plugin, but for some themes. Themes like Intense, and AquaGreen does not have any wp_footer call so the tracking code will not show. How to fix it? Open up themes/[themename]/footer.php and add <?php wp_footer(); ?> before </body> resulting in: <?php wp_footer(); ?> </body> </html> Hope this […]

Be Careful In Cyberjaya

Friday, December 29th, 2006

For those working/studying or doing whatever in Cyberjaya, please be careful if you make the illegal U-turn after exiting The Street Mall. If you can, do a U-turn somewhere else where it’s safe. Yesterday night after dinner at Street Mall, I heard a loud bang. It turns out a Satria from the MMU stretch ran […]

Fighting Internet Slowness

Friday, December 29th, 2006

OK, so you have read in multiple places that you can enhance your browsing speed by using proxies in the South Pacific countries, such as in here and here. If all of those seems to be so technical for you don’t be sad. Simply put, proxies are used to be a intermediate to help your […]

PayPerPost Acquires Performancing.com

Friday, December 29th, 2006

This is an unexpected news but comprehensible indeed for PPP. For me this is a very good news for bloggers as Perfomancing is generally a very good idea for Internet Marketing strategy. The official news can be read here. According to PPP, by the acquisition they now gained a number of powerful blogger support tools […]

Internet Slowness

Wednesday, December 27th, 2006

I am experiencing Internet slowness again. Can’t even upload any image to my blog server. This post was made after the 5th attempt. 🙁 Update 27-Dec-2006: It turns out that an international link is down due to earthquake in Taiwan. Undersea cables are broken. Learned it the hard way at the office as global functions […]

Happy Holidays

Saturday, December 23rd, 2006

I would like to wish everyone a very Happy Holidays. Be safe. I will be away for the weekend, to a galaxy far far away. Just kidding. I am going to Pahang for my wife’s business. It’s not a vacation as I have to spend my time in the hotel room working on a development […]

Blogger Moves Out Of Beta

Friday, December 22nd, 2006

Blogger is now out of Beta: www.blogger.com. However I tried my Blogger Beta Importer and it still works 🙂 I think this is because the importer depends on the RSS provided by the New Blogger. Perhaps I should change my importer’s name to New Blogger import? My true wish is that to have that importer […]

HP Digital Camera

Friday, December 22nd, 2006

In my entire life, I have been an avid HP fan. My notebook is HP, my printer is HP, my Pocket PC is HP, my first ever CD-writer in 1998 is a HP and recently bought an HP rw6828 Mobile Messenger. However, HP’s digital camera products never interest me much, even now. I am not […]

Why WordPress

Wednesday, December 20th, 2006

For those who are still thinking whether or not to migrate from Blogger to WordPress, here’s a good insight by Anita Campbell. Although it was written more than a year ago, it’s still relevant. Blogger (non-beta) users will be able to use the built-in import function and while you’re at that you might want to […]

First Blogger Beta Import

Tuesday, December 19th, 2006

Following the post Import Blogger Beta to WordPress, here is a working example after an import. Before: homemakerdiary.blogspot.com (Blogger) After: www.homemakerdiary.com (WordPress) (Images are imported using the plugin mentioned earlier) P/S – to my current one and only web development client, I am doing this as a hobby during breaks. Please be assured that the […]

Daddy Day Care

Tuesday, December 19th, 2006

Quoted from The Star dated October 2, 2006: “The elderly proportion in the country is expected to reach 3.4 million or 10% of the population by the end of 2020. This follows the improved life expectancy in Malaysia, which at the end of last year stood at the age of 71 for men and 76 […]

Import Blogger Beta to WordPress

Tuesday, December 19th, 2006

This page is outdated. Please click here for the update. Comments are closed on this post. As I have not heard anything about the solution to this problem, I wrote a script. This script is a simple but powerful 😉 script which extracts the posts and comments from RSS feeds at blogger.com. Instructions: Copy the […]

These Jeans Are Made For Shopping

Monday, December 18th, 2006

I am a self-confessed shopaholic. Its End of The Year and Christmas Season Sale and most of the items are on tremendous discounted price. I was thinking on buying a new pair of jeans just to celebrate my end of the year hard work. Perhaps Levis will do this time, though Im not sure whether […]

PayPerPost Requires Disclosure

Monday, December 18th, 2006

Mike Arrington of Techcrunch revealed on Saturday that PayPerPost will require bloggers to disclose that the post is a paid post. It can be done on the individual post, or site-wide using a disclosure policy. In October when PayPerPost created DisclosurePolicy, Mike stated that he hopes not many bloggers will go along with PayPerPost. I […]