Monthly Archives: February 2007

Luxeon K2: World’s Brightest LED

Light Emitting Diode or LED is very popular light source later these days. It is cool, bright, consume less power, and almost maintenance free. One of the famous brand is Luxeon, made exclusively by Philips Lumileds Lighting Company, LLC. This...
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Barton and Guestier: France Red Wine

Nothing special in this post. Last night, I saw my brother brought a bottle of red wine. It was Barton and Guestier: CUVÉE SPÉCIALE. I tasted it. Not much, since I don’t drink, only at special occasion. Well, this was...
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HD-DVD vs Blu-ray

The high definition video era has come. VCD and DVD soon will be dropped from the list. VCD can hold up to 700 MB of data, while DVD can hold up to 4.7 GB (single layer) and 8.4 GB (dual...
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Nokia 7110 Disassembling

I’ve used my old Nokia 7110 for 6 year or so. I bought it when it was launched at the very first time. After using it for a very long time, I think it’s time to clean her up 😉...
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How to Translate Long Text with Altavista’s Bablefish?

I downloaded a movie and just realized that there was no subtitle. I looked for the subtitle file (the .SRT or .SUB or whatsoever) but found none of them in English, only in France. I decided to visit my favorite...
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Geeee… I Have Typed a Lot!

Nothing is important here. Just want to show that I’ve typed over 1.000.000 characters (with spaces) in my translating tasks (I was doing translation for a book). All was done intensively around 50 days. I spent around 3-5 hours per...
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Udial Explained

Due to the raise of resampling problem of most consumer sound card (most likely Creative, prior X-Fi), some people claimed to use the “udial” test tone to check whether they have resampled sound card or not (or having intemodulation distortion...
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Five Days “Holidays”

I woke up at Friday, 2 February 2007 and saw a great thing to make me stayed at home: flood! Luckily, my house was located quite high above the road (around 1-1,5 metre above the street line). The flood raised...
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