Mar 13, 2014
Allow me to analyze you some points below. Was it a Conspiracy or Coincidence? You be the judge.
PS: By the way, these are not based on my theory.
Malaysia First Airlines Disaster: March 27, 1977
Malaysia Airlines flight MH653 at Tanjung Kupang.Malaysia Second Airlines Disaster (N\A Still Undefined): March 7, 2014
2014 - 1977 = 37
It happens 37 years later
3 = Month (March)
7 = Date (day)
0 = 0 News (Still undefined today 13th March 2014)
I've found a very interesting topic that you might be interested to read out. I understand there are people saying that we shouldn't be saying or spreading anything which has not been officially proven but besides of praying and showing your love for #MH370, you could know even more about it if you wanted to, in spite of true or fake. I treat this article as a story or a reference, of course I ain't gonna trust no nothing by reading it.
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 conspiracy theories
There’s primarily two sources you can check the pulse of this; DavidIcke.com’s forum, and GodLikeProductions’ forum. GLP made it on the radar of the MSM, so looks like these theories are gaining some traction. Some of the theories are echoed between the two forums, and there are many posts in each, so I might be skipping some, so feel free to look around for yourself.
One theory claims that there is numerology at play here because of the occult importance of the number 777. The Malaysia Airlines aircraft flown on Flight MH370 was a Boeing 777, and although some people are mixing up the aircraft model with the flight number, that 777 is the link they are claiming. The 777 stuff is covered on my website with Rihanna’s 777 symbolism:
Mar 10, 2014
Finally, we're proud to announce that our system is finally done.
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Mar 8, 2014
I'm recently working hard on my project which is developing a software called Cashier/Inventory Managing System. It is my final project grouping with 2 of my young pricks Kavien and Suckock. Glad to have'em in the team since the past two years when I first entered college until this final semester as finishing our very last project.
I have pretty much-much time as I do not need to attend any college classes no more. It was like I had only 2 hours class per week and for the rest of time, I be on 'flying-high' mode, enjoying every piece of time I could spare. Today, it's about to come to an end. Submission date and presentation day is just around the corner. And a week later, I have another 6 months holiday until my degree course. Meaning that, I'd better off seeking something really valuable to do which is most probably getting a job. Today as in 8th of March is a 'opportunity day' of Starbucks store around Malaysia, if I had the time to be start working by next week, trust me I would give a chance for the interview. Nevertheless, I would still prefer working in a PC store and I have couple of places on the list and ready to be in a part of it. Let's see how it turns out 2 weeks later.
Besides of completing our final project, I'm in the progress of editing the highlight videos of KDT (KDU DOTA 2 Tournament) which was first organized by me in 2013. Check out this article posted by my college "An Online Battlefield Day for KDU’s DOTA Boyz!" Probably because of I'm just a rookie in Sony Vegas Pro, I've been spending tons of time in editing and only a little part of the video has been done. I've even made a teaser trailer for this
Jun 28, 2013
There are a lot of choices when it comes to choosing a right CPU(Central Processing Unit). INTEL and AMD are the most well known as the best of CPUs in the market. So today I'm not going to be writing very deep details of how particular CPU works but some information you may need to know for buying a right CPU.
A CPU affects the performance of your GPU. We called this "Bottlenecking". So what does Bottleneck means in PC hardware. Basically it refers to the components that restricts your system from achieving better performance. Meaning that if you have a slow CPU, even you bought the strongest GPU(Graphics Processor Unit), you still can't really get all of its performance. This is called as Bottlenecking.
CPU speed is measured by GHz(Gigahertz) Check out here for more info about Hertz. The more GHz, the faster speed you get, just like the transferring rate. Does that mean an older CPU which has 4.0GHz can performs better than a newer model CPU which running at 3.3GHz? Not really. But yes by overclocking your CPU, it could achieve better performance than then next model one, but not quite much.
Let's get into the brands of CPU. Here's the frequently asked question. Which one should I go for? INTEL or AMD? If you asked such question, due to the fact that I am more into price concerned, I'd suggest you to go for AMD. BUT I'm not asking you not to choose INTEL. I cannot deny that INTEL processing power somehow works better than AMD. So let's make it this way, if you have a tight budget, go for AMD FX-8xxx (September 2013) it just around RM6XX, if you don't care about the pricing, then INTEL is a way to go.
How to differentiate the Generations?
For INTEL CPUs, just take a look at the first number of the CPU model. For example, for third-gen CPUs 3XXX, that model looks pretty much like this, i5-3570/i7-3770.
Differences between i3, i5 and i7
The more cores there are, the more tasks (known as threads) can be served at the same time. The lowest number of cores can be found in Core i3 CPUs, i.e., which have only two cores. Currently, all Core i3s are dual-core processors.
Currently all Core i5 processors, except for the i5-661, are quad cores in Australia. The Core i5-661 is only a dual-core processor with a clockspeed of 3.33 GHz. Remember that all Core i3s are also dual cores. Furthermore, the i3-560 is also 3.33GHz, yet a lot cheaper. Sounds like it might be a better buy than the i5. What gives?
At this point, I’d like to grab the opportunity to illustrate how a number of factors affect the overall processing power of a CPU and determine whether it should be considered an i3, an i5, or an i7.
Even if the i5-661 normally runs at the same clockspeed as Core i3-560, and even if they all have the same number of cores, the i5-661 benefits from a technology known as Turbo Boost. -source: http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/386100/what_difference_between_an_intel_core_i3_i5_i7_/
Bla-bla-bla. So which one should I go? Let me put it in this way. If you're going to use your computer as an office tool, just surfing nets and stuffs like words, excel files, i3 CPU is already more than what you need. If you're a gamer, then i5 is a way to go. Last, if you're going to be doing a lot of rendering pictures and videos, using your computer as a workstation, then i7 is the best option.
So you may ask who wins in this competition. There's no answer for this. Perhaps only those fanboys could figure out who's the winner.
I'd advise you to put your money more on your processor. Of course you may wanna look for more advises from the internet instead of just reading what I've written above. I'm briefly writing this just want to you have the basic concept of what the CPU really are.