Friday, August 14, 2009

Plurk..plurk..and plurking :D

Friday, August 14, 2009

i have different opinions about microblogging service with anton who's like tweeting..i think plurking is more fun than tweeting. why plurk?

Plurk is basically the same as Twitter but with a “timeline” thrown in. Exclusively confined to the website at the moment (there aren’t any Plurk desktop apps right now - yet), you are able to say to the world what you are doing, how you are feeling, what you want, and much more. You can even share weblinks such as YouTube videos - which are playable inside the timeline.

When you are in Plurk for the first time, it will be just like Twitter - it will be quiet because you won’t know anyone (except for “PlurkBuddy” who is there to dispense some friendly advice to you). All you have to do just find or invite your friends, do plurking, and being active to increase your karma. Karma are points you can use to open more features available on Plurk.

Need plurk themes?! check this:




Let's plurking guys!!

follow me on plurk :D

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

About my new online store website

Tuesday, August 4, 2009
It has been a long time i'm not update this blog again. I was busy with a project..making a new website for my online store. it's just a beta site cause i only used a free hosting & domain..!

well i'm not a professional web-designer..i'm just a newbie in this things and i need to learn more to improve my site so if you have a good tips or some comments please let me know..

thank you

click here to visit my site:




Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Fun With Twittering

Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Suddenly I'm getting upset with my own activity with the Facebook, maybe because my pals activities are not as much as before, well it's must be we're at the end of the line for the graduation, so they burn the midnight oil and less Facebook-ing.

Try to find another activity, I found the email from my friend invite me to join Twitter, so I began Twitting from that day on. Well, it's kinda fun, here's the fact I found on Twitter :
  • You could follow a lot of public figure here, they update the status more often than they do at the other social networking (seems so).

  • If you want to follow public figure, make sure the word "Verified Account" exist at their pages, that means the person is updating the status by his/herself.

  • If you want to post a link, make it short with link shortener service, for example Tiny URL, you just have 140 characters to write, don't waste it with a long URL.

  • I prefer Twittering by mobile phone more than on my desktop, why? Because when you are in front of desktop, you've got blog to tell longer stories.

Have fun with Twitter!

Here's our Twitter Address :

--
Anton

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

The Awesome Polaroid Look-a-Like

Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Don't have any polaroid camera?!
You can download and try the awesome poladroid beta software.

Poladroid creates Polaroid-style images from your photos. It's so easy and a lot of fun. Drop your photos onto the Poladroid "camera," and after a few seconds, it spits out your unprocessed print. Watch it slowly "develop," or speed up the process by -- you guessed it -- shaking vigorously.

You can create an image at any stage in your print's development by double-clicking and selecting "Take a sample." When your print is fully ready, a red "x" appears on the bottom.

This application, while in beta, is a whole lot of fun. I dropped a dozen pictures onto it in the first five minutes and the results are so great.

Look my result :




Download here :



visit the site : http://www.poladroid.net

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Don't Let PolaroiD die..!

Wednesday, May 6, 2009
For a generation, the Polaroid camera gave near-instant pleasure to millions of users around the world,but when digital photography came along in the 1990s – with instant images and the ability to edit and delete pictures before they see the light of day – Polaroid was doomed, its iconic white-framed snaps apparently defunct.

When Polaroid announced last February that it would stop production of its instant film, it seemed the much-loved camera was gone forever.

Why save Polaroid Film?!
It is extremely difficult to come to any sort of consensus about this question – “Why Save Polaroid Film?” In fact, there are as many reasons to save Polaroid film as there are people who use it.

"Polaroid film and the process of making photographs with Polaroid film is inherently imperfect. These imperfections make every Polaroid a unique piece, never to be replicated exactly."...by dave

"..watching a Polaroid picture develop is like watching a memory form right before your eyes. It appears out of a hazy nothingness and slowly forms into a beautiful but often imperfect image. A picture that mirrors the imperfections of life and memory."...by Sean

"I must confess, I am in love with the square. As in square format photography. And no other camera has promulgated the square as widely or as faithfully as the Polaroid SX-70/680 series. I cannot imagine framing an image any other way. Losing these cameras from my arsenal reduces, in my eyes, my artistic choices."...by Tod

"..why should those of us who shoot instant film have to give that up? I don’t want my instant cameras to turn into nothing but collector’s items! Before there was digital, there was Polaroid. Let’s keep instant film alive."...by Shelly

"Polaroid is personal. It happens in your body and your hands, from eye to machine to finger, needing no external interference, no other intelligence. Polaroid is unique. There will never be another image exactly like the one that just shot out of your camera and that developed as you watched. There are no reprints, only reproductions. This one is all you get; good or bad, perfect or (most likely) not. Like so many things in life, it is what you make of it."...by Cait

What can you do?!



Support the Impossible Project – The Impossible Project aims to reintroduce integral film for Polaroid cameras by 2010. They need your support.Visit The Impossible Project.



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