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Google Implement latest Privacy Policy Last March 1

Hi Everyone,

We all know that Google Implement latest Privacy Policy Last March 1. One of this policy can make our browsing affect what advertisements shows according to what we mostly visit. Some of us might not want that to happen. So if your Google chrome, and I think you are, then you should install this extension that Google themselves encourage their users to have.

Its called Keep My Opt-Outs. Keep My Opt-Outs is an extension for Google Chrome that Permanently opts your browser out of online ad personalization via cookies which the new policy of Google is doing. What you need to do is just install it on your Google Chrome and your ready to go.

Download it now!

Thanks,
Thomie 


Windows 8 Consumer Preview on your PC?

Hi Friends!

Wondering if your computer can seamlessly run Windows 8 Consumer Preview on your PC? The should check this short specification that your computer should meet:

  • 1 GHz or faster processor 
  • 1 GB RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
  • 16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
  • DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver
  • 1024 x 768 minimum screen resolution

Take note that 1024 x 768 resolution it alittle sad if your using a notebook because most notebook resolution is 1024 x 600 which doesn’t meet the said requirement. 

Later this day I will try to install it and tell you if it will work.

Also You may download it here

(64bit users) Download this if you are using morethan 4GB of RAM

(32bit users) Else Download this

Product Key:   DNJXJ-7XBW8-2378T-X22TX-BKG7J

Thanks,
Thomie


Remove a Website From Google

Have you ever wondered how to remove a website from Google? Or may be its your website that you don’t want anyone to see on Google when other people search about you. Then You are reading the right article. It just simple as 1-2-3.

Here its how it is done

  1. Go to this website.
  2. Choose either from the two selection if its your website or not and follow the steps
  3. Put the link to your desired page and wait for an approval

That’s it all other things will be taken care by Google. Hope it help you.

Thanks,
Thomie Jose San Agustin


Backup Sticky Notes

I am Roaming around to backup sticky notes on Windows 7 or Windows Vista. And finally I found a solution from the internet.

Here are the steps:

  1. Start
  2. Computer
  3. Navigate to C:\Users\<USER>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Sticky Notes
    • Supply the <USER> with your computer user name
  4. And there is a StickyNotes.snt file you need to be backup-ed.

That’s it you have your sticky note backup-ed.


Globe IMMORTAL is Back!

Yep you here it right! Globe IMMORTAL is Back!

How to access it?

Just dial *143*1# and press call

Here are their promos:

  1. IMMORTALTRIO
    • FOR P25, enjoy 50 texts to Globe/TM, 5 texts to ALL NETOWRKS plus 5 mins of calls to Globe or TM, NO EXPIRY!
       
  2. IMMORTALTXT
    • For only P15, enjoy 25 texts to Globe/TM plus 5 texts to ALL NETWORKS, NO EXPIRY!

The only twist now is that you can only accumulate up to 100 immortal text and 10 minutes immortal call. 🙁




Timezone your DateTime

Hi there!

I have been wondering today on how to make your website created on ASP .Net  perfect to all timezone so that if a user view your website on another country the date and time of your website is set to their timezone. So lets start to Timezone your DateTime!

  1. First create a Website Project on your Visual Studio
  2. Add Reference to this DateTimeW DLL
  3. On your website there should be an AJAX – Server Interaction. The AJAX will pass the timezone of the client to the Server and the server will fetch the timezone and set all your date.

For a clear way of implementing this your can download the demo below.

Demo TimezoneDatetime


Tip on Website Structure

Greetings!

Just a few days ago I have encountered a Website Structure that made me really sad. Upon opening the folder I was shocked how was the file structure was handled. I think I can share how you should do the structuring of your files if your going to create a website with any programming language out of scratch.

  1. First group your files accordingly
    • You put all your javascript files inside a folder, let say js,  in which all javascript files are there and no where else. Inside it you can again group it accrdingly to what javascript its all about. If your using jquery put it under a js/jquery folder, if your using tinymce put it on js/tinymce, and so on.
    • The same thing goes to css and other files. Group them so you can easily find them
  2. Second, Use consistent file type
               If your going to use PNG use png in all cases. If your not using transparent images then use JPG.
  3. Lastly, Use naming conventions that you can easily remember

These aren’t all that you can do. But I can say that this can help in improving the readability of your website when you are giving over the development or getting help from another developer. Next time I will be giving some tips on coding on PHP.

Thanks,
Thomie Jose 




Generation X Plus Cell Antenna Revised Edition

Generation X Plus Cell Antenna Revised Edition

The cell antenna is a passive device designed to capture stray radiation in the body of the phone and to re-radiate the signal to improve the phone’s performance. The antenna will work most efficiently when installed properly. When using the phone try to avoid placing your fingers on the back of the antenna or on the part of the phone where the antenna will be place.

Note You should notice at least ONE bar more than before. Keep in mind that in a near zero signal strength area results will be minimal. In areas where cell signals are non-existent, the booster will have no effect.

My actual picture of the Item

Meetups:

SM Taytay,
SM Megamall,
Sta. lucia,
Edsa Shangrila

Delivery Thru LBC Padala Only 
– Payment First Policy(Western Union) 
– Buyer Will Pay for it.



Hyper Terminal on Windows 7

I have been wondering if there is a Hyper Terminal on Windows 7 but unfortunately it was removed since Windows Vista was introduce to the Market. But luckily the Hyper terminal which is available in Windows XP is Working Co-inside with Windows 7. Thus the link below is a ZIP file of the said Hyper Terminal so you don’t need to install Windows XP or find one to get it.

Download hyperterminal

Thank you to Bryan for the said file whom at the time of writing provide the said files.


The Computer Science Web Team Tools

CS Web Team Tools

During my OJT I was given the spare time to create this tool that we can use on our organization for our activities. This is because we were done developing our project and waiting for the test runs to finish. So briefly here are the features of the site:

  1. ID Printing
  2. Seminar Registration
  3. Seminar Certificate Printing
  4. General Assembly Registration
  5. General Assembly Raffle Draw

 

 


jQuery Extension for ASP .Net MVC

My boss told us to search for a jQuery Extension for ASP .Net MVC to make the development easier. After minutes of searching the web I have found two extensions that you and I can use:

  1. DJME 2 which is an free and Open source
  2. Telerik Extensions for ASP .NET in this case is a paid extension

Both extensions utilizes the creation of custom helper to make jQuery development quite easier but abstracted. Abstracted because you are learning how the extensions should be use to produce jQuery but your not really coding jQuery. 

So in the end, I will still recommend using jQuery it self, doing all the hard works of creating the JavaScript file and code all the way, so you can produce the right jQuery output you have ever wanted.


ASP .Net MVC 3 – WebMail

Hi,

I have been searching the web on how to easily send email thru ASP .NET MVC 3 and finally found the right code for it, its called WebMail. Look at the code below and insert it to one of your Controller’s Action:

WebMail.SmtpServer = “smtp.gmail.com”;
WebMail.EnableSsl = true;
WebMail.SmtpPort = 25;
WebMail.UserName = “tjpublic1@gmail.com”;
WebMail.Password = “**********”;
WebMail.From = “tjpublic1@gmail.com”;
WebMail.Send(“********@******.com”, subject:”Subject”, body:”Message Here”);

Then try it on!

Its the Easiest Email on ASP .Net mvc 3 using webmail using gmail!



SQL Server Report Service

Time to remember an old friend on creating a report on ASP .Net, the Sql Server Report Service also known as SSRS. SSRS utilizes the MS SQL Server that simplifies the creation of report. The Concept is that you separate the location where your report is located so that even if your website is down you can still provide report and use it on other web programming language by putting it in an iFrame.

Upon reviewing here are the sites that made me remember:

In addition, SSRS need SQL Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS) in order to create reports and deploy directly these reports to the server.


ASP .Net MVC 3 File Upload

Doing File Upload in ASP .Net MVC 3 is easier than ASP .Net Web Form. On this example Only two controller and one view is needed to perform this task.

Controller

public class FileController : Controller
    {
        //
        // GET: /File/
 
        public ActionResult Index()
        {
            return View();
        }
        [HttpPost]
        public ActionResult Upload(HttpPostedFileBase f)
        {
            if (f.ContentLength > 0)
            {
                string filePath = Path.Combine(HttpContext.Server.MapPath(“\\Uploads\\”), Path.GetFileName(f.FileName));
                f.SaveAs(filePath);                
            }
            return RedirectToAction(“Index”);
        }
 
    }
 
View
@{
    ViewBag.Title = “Index”;
}
 
<h2>Index</h2>
 
@using (Html.BeginForm(“Upload”, “File”, FormMethod.Post, new { enctype = “multipart/form-data” }))
{
    @Html.ValidationSummary(true)
 
    <input type=”file” name=”f” /><br />
    <input type=”submit” value=”Submit” />
}
 
Thats it. 
 
Download the source Here

public class FileController : Controller    {        //        // GET: /File/
        public ActionResult Index()        {            return View();        }        [HttpPost]        public ActionResult Upload(HttpPostedFileBase f)        {            if (f.ContentLength > 0)            {                string filePath = Path.Combine(HttpContext.Server.MapPath(“\\Uploads\\”), Path.GetFileName(f.FileName));                f.SaveAs(filePath);                            }            return RedirectToAction(“Index”);        }
    }