Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Hostgator, Hostnine and cPanel Support on World IPv6 Launch

I just got email from ISOC about world IPv6 launch on 6 June 2012. I use serveral hosting provider for my websites, including Hostgator and Hostnine. Hostgator and Hostnine confirmed that their network support IPv6, but cPanel still on progress.

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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Airline Inflight Meal: Merpati Nusantara Airlines

Merpati Nusantara is airline company in Indonesia owned by Government of Republic of Indonesia as second state airline after Garuda Indonesia. What I like from Merpati is full service airline with cheap ticket.

Merpati Meal

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

The Joke Labs

Joke Labs

One of my hobby is collecting jokes over the Internet, then save it in database. So, I put the jokes in one database then show it in the Internet. One of my database is Joke Labs. Why labs? Labs is the place where scientist do a research.

I just hope that the database can bring happiness to everyone who read it.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Discover The Other You, Get Free Trip to Thailand in 2012!

If you interested to visit Thailand for free, this is you chance to visit the country. I just visited the website and got the information that they offer free trip to Thailand in 2012 for lucky winners.

Just watch video, and enter your personal details in the web form at the website, then you will be eligible to get chance to visit Thailand. I already visited Thailand in 2010, and now is your turn!

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Sukhoi Superjet 100 Missing at Indonesia on Demo Flight


I was at Jayapura, Papua (9th May, 2012) when heard the news about Sukhoi aircraft missing in Indonesia. In my first imagination, the missing airplane should be a fighter jet owned by Indonesian Air Force. But, after read the aircraft type Sukhoi Superjet 100, then I remembered that this is a regional jet for civil aviation.

I still sad with many accident on pioneer flights in Papua last year, and I just hope the aircraft and passengers will be found as soon as possible :(

Why Javanese People Take a Handful of Soil When Moved?

One of the Javanese tradition when someone move to a new house is take a handful of soil from the homeland to the new house and then spread of soil on the home page. The elder people said that this tradition will make people who moved in new house will be feel at home.

Don't be provocated by the post title. Of course not all Javanese people did that. Today maybe just minority of people stil use the tradition. I searched on Google but don't find anything about this tradition, so I write this to start a discussion, so we can share the practice in our culture. How about yours?