New International Domains

31 10 2009

http://c.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f9/17699847001?isVid=1&publisherID=17191968001

Starting from November 2009, 16 nations and territories will be able to apply for internationalized domain names (IDNs) made up of characters from their national language.

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Top ten social networking websites and forums

31 10 2009

top-ten-socialnetworks

The top ten social networking websites and forums by US market share of visits





Why "ipconfig /flushdns" ?

26 10 2009

The ‘ipconfig /flushdns’ command serves an equally useful function. DNS (‘Domain Name System’) is the system that maps IP addresses to Internet addresses like http://www.pcstats.com (among other things).
By default, your computer system keeps a DNS resolver cache which stores the IP address attached to frequently used DNS names (and Internet URLs, which are essentially the same thing). This enables your system to bring up frequently accessed web pages quickly, without the need to first consult a chain of DNS servers on the Internet to find out what IP address is associated with, say http://www.pcstats.com.

If you are in a network that uses an Internal DNS server as the first point in this chain of servers, that DNS server’s IP address is going to be a more or less permanent resident of your DNS cache. So what happens if that server changes or goes down? Even if there is a backup, your system still has the original IP address in its cache, and will check that address first whenever you type in a request for a web page. Obviously, querying a non-existent DNS server is not going to get you far. Unfortunately, even if you change the address of the DNS server to a valid one in your network connection settings, your system will ignore it in favour of the entry in the cache. This can lead to much frustration.

By using the ‘ipconfig /flushdns’ command, you delete the contents of the DNS resolver cache, meaning that your system will now recheck its settings to see where it should be going to get DNS addresses. Problem solved.

The ‘ipconfig /displaydns’ command will show you the current contents of your system’s DNS resolver cache





Change your IP Address in Windows Vista

26 10 2009

http://www.youtube.com/v/oGc3_ZaIf6E&hl=en&fs=1&

Sometime your IP blocked and you need to change IP address. So you can use this method.

Type the following command one by one in the “Administrator: Command Prompt” or command prompt (in Windows XP)

  1. ipconfig /release
  2. ipconfig /flushdns
  3. ipconfig /renew

Thats it.





Lets travel to the moon

20 10 2009

Now you may have a closer look at the moon. No need to buy expensive binocular anymore. We can now travel on the moon from the “cyber space”…yes….the Google did it again….Google Moon.

Next time, we will have Google Mars, Google Sun, etc…

Maybe Google can try Google thumb print. So that we can search for the criminal by our self.

And I believe, one day, we will have Google DNA….where your DNA will be search-able.





A New beginning…

19 10 2009

My previous kkboss.com blog were removed and now it is the new beginning.

From now onwards, you will see some drastic changes in this blog. Maybe the title needed to changed too. I still yet to decide what is the best title for this blog. Let me pray for it first.

This blog will be more of my view than from others. Maybe become my personal blog. However, this is the best place for you to get to know me more in depth.

I also need your constructive feedbacks in the comments so that I can improve this blog.

Thank you for your visit to this small little blog.