It is very sad for me to know that our beloved and visionary friend which has changed the world with many of his inventions has passed out yesterday. He touched the daily lives of countless millions of people through the Macintosh computer, iPod, iPhone and iPad. He died on Wednesday at age 56 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer.
Apple has lost a creative and visionary genius! Good Bye Steve Jobs!
Finally, after quite a long awaiting, I’ve enrolled to Interacting System class. And perhaps this is one of my most favorite class amongst the other classes
I will learn more about UNIX and how system works. It is quite an excitement for me to know that I can enroll in and get knowing more about Operating System.
I’ll use this blog to post more information about UNIX and other information that I got from the class.
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Yeah, finally after waiting.. One of my favorite tablet gadget has been released by RIM. As you know, it is not a BlackPad anymore like people has rumored before then . Call it PlayBook… Wonder why they named it like that.. Perhaps it’s as easy as a child toy ==” . I think I’m gonna buy this soon enough when it reach Australia
Here is the video preview of BlackBerry PlayBook:
Here is a nice new phone concept from mozilla, name mozilla seabird.. Hope it can be done soon
Nice concept thou.
Hey guys, just a quick update.. Here are some quite a hilarious linux jokes that I found over the internet. If you have more jokes, just post it over here.
A slightly harder—if not more interesting—program that simulates resource allocation on a computer system. HOST stands for Hypothetical Operating System Testbed, a multiprogramming system that manages resources in a four-level priority dispatcher. Taken straight off the Operating Systems Internal and Design Principles textbook by William Stallings, this is my second assignment in the COMP3520 Operating Systems Internals course taught at Sydney University.