Thursday, February 14, 2008
How good to think that when you get older, you and your partner still alive and leaving with love and harmony, how sweet it is to ask his/her for a date.
No doubt! why Google is now leading search engine on the web. Google optimize their page in order to utilize their user to relate their environment and become capable to used.
And thanks for the architecture of their spider web to catch fast and easily the website made with a SEO technology of their search engine.
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Month of February 14, 2005. AJAX was born and changed the web. And as the matter of fact AJAX helped WEB 2.0 or internet a happier place to be now. AJAX two year old today and when it first came on the scene, it was a neat toy. Don’t deny it, you tried it out to make something like a auto-completion search box or pulling in content from a server-side text file but good thing they were wrong. Other developers, ones fascinated by the potential Ajax had, took things even further.
Today marks the passing of two years since Jesse James Garrett posted online his seminal essay, "Ajax: A New Approach to Web Applications" and then went offline, on a trip. What he came back to is now a part of Web 2.0 and Rich Internet Applications history: it was as if simply giving a handy name to the technique behind a new, richer web somehow catapulted it into being.
Of course it wasn't that simple. The techniques Garrett encapsulated in his acronym had been in use by others before him, but never won for themselves a name. So when he came up with the easy-to-remember, easier-to-spell "AJAX" what happened was the same that happens when a match is dropped on the floor of a bone dry forest.
That "the AJAX wildfire" (a phrase coined by the founder of Nexaweb, Coach Wei) spread faster than Garrett, or indeed anyone else, had expected is now axiomatic. But it is still worth capturing the thoughts and views of the early pioneers, so many of whom have since gone on record as saying they "were doing AJAX since long before it was called AJAX."
Saturday, February 2, 2008
By the way guys! Diosdado Banatao born May 23, 1946, at Iguig, Philippines), he is popularly known by his nickname Dado aka "The Filipino Computer Guru", is a well-known Filipino serial entrepreneur engineer working in high-tech industry. A three-time start-up veteran, he co-founded Mostron (PC Motherboards), Chips and Technologies (PC Chip Sets, eventually acquired by Intel) and S3 Graphics (Originally 2D graphics chips, renamed to Sonic Blue), first windows accelerator chip (while at S3 in 1990)
He is a managing partner of Tallwood Venture Capital. Prior to Tallwood he was a venture partner with the Mayfield Fund. He has served on the board of directors and as chairman of several emerging companies, including Marvel Technology Group, NewPort Communications (acquired by Broadcom), and Cyras Systems (acquired by
Well guys, Banatao’s Contribution to the Computer Industry are very tremendous effects for us as his “kababayan”, And not only for us Filipino but for the whole world who using computer, and I’m very proud to know that a person like banatao is my own “kababayan”