Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
i would not be able to do a lot of things.
because a lot of things would not be existed
like:computer,phone,internet,tv,radio,game systems and other stuff
so my life would not making sense
and i think is the case with any other person
because everybody knows that the technology gives a sense to the life that we living
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Friday, May 14, 2010
Other people may get on the internet and start being nosy and get into yur private business They normally hack your computer by sending you a virus.and the netiquette guideline protect ou for those kind of things
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Because even though the products are similar
They do not have the same quality,they didn't made by the same ingredients
They do not have the same expiration date
they wasn't made by the company
and a lot of think again
so it is important to compare similar products
Monday, May 10, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
For example, let's say you want identical data in your Palm Pilot and your Yahoo! Address Book. While at home, you add John Doe to your Yahoo! Address Book, and later you add Jane Smith to your Palm Pilot during a meeting. At the end of the day, you'd like to get the same set of information in both places.
So you export your Palm Pilot data and import it into Yahoo! Address Book. You get Jane Smith in your Yahoo! Address Book but you also get duplicate entries for every other contact. To avoid this duplication problem, you could first delete all of your Yahoo! Address Book data before importing the Palm Pilot data. But then, since it only existed in your Yahoo! Address Book, you would have lost John Doe's entry.
Synchronization solves these problems by taking changes to your data, regardless of where they were made, and distributing them to all your contact managers. If you change the same record in multiple places, synchronization allows you to automatically reconcile the differences and take the most recent change, or to manually reconcile the differences.