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Friday, December 31, 2010

welcome 2011

Next Year
This year we focused on attracting people, this year we have been adding feature after feature as you can see above.Trying to make most interactive site using new technology. For the next 12 months we are going to work on refining our product, making it easier to use and making it work in more places.  I hope all of you having a great holiday and we look forward to serve you all in 2011.

Thursday, December 30, 2010


5 Minutes with JavaFx

Good Bye AJAX!
JavaFx helps developers to put new styles on web.

Sorry for long hiatus.This article is more focus to Microsoft Silverlight competitor which is
JavaFx.Sun has taken different approach in developing framework that can ease the developer to develop rich application and interactive.

Below are the prerequisites

Download dan install JavaFx 1.0 SDK .Note, if you dont have Java Jre
installed, the JavafX 1.0 SDK package will be download and install for you automatically.

Mastering The Candle Light

We know from past studies and our own experience the emotion have a powerful effect on behavior.
For instance , when people received gift or watch a funny video, their mood improves and they then perform better on creative cognition tasks. So we decided to investigate whether good typography could similarly improve performance on these same tasks.
We asked people to read either a high quality or a poor quality on screen magazine. The content on both cases was an issue on The New  Yorker. The high   sample  used a version of The New Yorker’s font that had been enhanced using Microsoft’s ClearType font rendering technology, as well as hyphenation    of and justification. The poor quality sample used a bitmap version of courier, a font designed for typewriters, and had two points of spaces inserted between words. People in both group reported that they enjoyed reading the onscreen magazine.But there was a difference.
                After the group finished reading, we had them perform the Candle Task, a well known  psychological test developed by Karl Duncker in 1945.Subjects were given a candle, a match, a box full of thumbtacks. Their task was to affix the candle to a corkboard so that it wouldn’t drip wax onto the floor when lit.
                Among those who read the high quality text, a greater proportion were able to solve the task than in the group who read the poor quality version; the boost in cognitive ability was about the same as if they’d been given a small gift.

Mystery Of The scrambled words

Mystery Of The scrambled words

In September 2003 , the following paragraph thundred its ways around the internet:

Aoccdring to scheearch at de uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer waht
oredr the ltteers in a wrod are , the olny iprmoetn be a tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteres are at  the rghit pclae.
The rset can be a tatol mses and you can sitill raed it wouthit a problem.Tihs is bcuseae we do not raed ervey lteter by itself but the wrod as a wlohe.

Like everyone else, i remain amazed at how esy it is to read this paragraph.It certainly is a testament to the flexibility of the human mind.But the paragraoh's main point-that we use only the
first and the last letters of a word when reading and that we read by recognizing wloe words-are actually false.Here's why.

For one thing, the letter tansformations in the paragraph are not random.If te rs are moved anfurther from thier original location, the words beceome much more difficult to read, as we can
see in the following line.

Anidroccg to rcraeseh at Cgdirbmae utisreviny

As for recognizing words by their shapes, the letter transformations in misspelled words ussually alter the pattern of ascending and descending leters and thus their
shapes.If anything, the scrambled paragraph suggests that the word shapes are not important, because we can still readily recognize the tranformed words despite
chages in their shapes.In fact, the consensus among psycologists who study reading is that we recognize words not by their shapes but by looking at letters within a word
in parallel.

Sadly, the scrambled paragraph has now entered the realm of urban myth and continues to circulate online.Should anyone send it to your way in the future,
you can confidently reply are just as scrambled as the text.



I reall enjoyed " A Power Plant for the Home".In it, reporter P.P.Predd writes the "micro-CHP growth might
be slower in North America than in Europe and Japan because many of the same homes the require a lot
of heating in winter also run electricity-hungry air conditioners in the summer."But this is a problem
that could probraly be solved through the use of absorption-type heat-pump air conditioners.
For example, Honda has introduced what is cells the world's first ultrasmall absorption-type heat pump
air conditioner for home use.It uses air as cooling medium and is suited to cold climates as well, because it can also work as
a heat-pump heater.
Natural gas-powered absorption air conditioners are quite efficient.With a bit more development,
perhaps the could even be desingned to use heat from the engine to reduce the natural gas burned
directly in the air conditioner.



By 2008 more than half of the world's population will live in urban areas.I will continue with part II next year.

Island of Myestery

Island of Myestery

Arriving in Shanghai last December , my senior soon founf himself on a quest.He was set to visit Dongtan , on Chongmin Island, the site where Shanghai is now building a "city within a city'
.But he longed to explore more of Chongming, which is about one-third the size of Long Island, New York.

Then he heard of Sharron Lovell,"She is photographer who's already been there," said a manager at the
Sino-Italian Coorperation."I think she wants to go back," he added.She did indeed.

A british expat, Lovell has been in Asia since moving to Taiwan at 18.She has photographed the contruction
of the Three Gorges Dam . migrant worker in Beijing, and in 2004 , the conflict in Afghanistan.


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