Video Card for Laptop - MSI Luxium

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Tired of your notebook's integrated graphics? Hear this...


Although external graphics card on laptops were once a pipe dream, things are starting to come toegether for those yearning for desktop-style graphics processing on a mobile machine.


MSI's first shot at the solution is apparently dubbed Luxium. Similar to Asus product - XG Station, this gadget is one of every notebook enthusiasts' dream. MSI Luxium lets you add an external graphics card to your notebook/laptop.


MSI's Luxium is an enclosure that houses a x16 PCI Express graphics card, which you can then connect to your notebook via your laptop's ExpressCard slot. Pretty much works like the Asus XG Station, you can use your desktop graphics card and hook it into your notebook for better desktop-like graphics performance.


It provides a PCI-e to ExpressCard interface to get your desktop GPU interfacing with your lappie, several USB ports, a "USB to LAN" connection, S/PDIF in/out, optical audio input, and 7.1-channel Dolby Digital support.


Boy I can't wait to have one. I heard the enclosure would pretty much cost 8,000-9,000 PHP but very much worth the money. :o)


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I Treasure Memories

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Some people are not meant to stay forever in someone's life. They just spent a fraction of their life in taking part in one of the many memories of our life. They leave a mark - sometimes joyous, sometimes pain. But the memories they shared with us will never cease to exist. Once they started taking up role and started playing a part of us, they will leave a mark, a mark that couldn't be erased.

Who said that these memories disappear when they left us? For me it will never will. They could be forgotten, they will lie dormant, sleeping, and just waiting to be revisited again.

Memories play a very important role in one's life. They became, at one point, our proof of existence. When we took part in another person's memories we exist to that person. We shared something with them, we could be the person who shares their pains and sufferings, a close friend, or just a mere stranger who in a short time changes a person's life.

Try to cherish and treasure each memories you had with my dear ones. If you could, capture them, keep them, place them somewhere safe. And time after time, revisit them. Some of them can become a reality again in the future but some can not. People do come once in a while or once in a lifetime in our life. Make sure to have good memories with them.


"To a special someone who spend a while of her life making me happy, teaching me about life and making another joyous milestone in my life. I wish you the best in your journey. I will be missing you and will always be..."



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DNN Navigate to Specific Page

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To redirect user to a certain page you can use the NavigateURL() Function of the DNN.

To use:


Enjoy!

^_^

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Facebook Connect Alternative Logout Button

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I got this from a friend. The usual Facebook connect logout button is not much of a good taste. You can customize it your way. Here it goes:


<a href="#" onclick="FB.Connect.logout(function() { vid_User.fbconn.checkStatus(); }); return false;" ><img style="border:0;" id="fb_logout_image" src="images/logout_small.gif" alt="Connect"/></a>



Or this one too:

<a href="#" onclick="FB.Connect.requireSession(function() { vid_User.fbconn.checkStatus(); }); return false;" ><img style="border:0;" id="fb_login_image" src="images/connect_light_medium_short.gif" alt="Connect"/></a>


Enjoy!
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Dynamic PageTitle in ASP.NET

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Recently I came across an issue while developing ASP.NET web application. I want the .aspx page titles to change whenever I browse a certain page on my website. After some research I was able to do this by setting the 'title' as a server control by adding runat="server" inside the tag and utilize the following in your code-behind file:


Protected pageTitle As System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlGenericControl
'VB
Private Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

pageTitle.InnerText = "Title"

End Sub


If you are using a Masterpage:

use instead Page.Header.Title

Cheers

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Understanding Your Idiot Manager

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A friend recently posted this very interesting link he found in the internet. We're very much thinking about us being in the company and working our way off to the corporate ladder's bigshots. Seems like this article is a hit.

"I don't give a sh*t what you think."

That was the answer I received the very first time I asked for a raise. It was stated matter-of-factly, as if I was just another irrelevant cog in the system.

Well, I wasn't going to stand for this. I took my whopping one year of experience and left this idiot manager behind, confident that any future manager could not be worse.

I couldn't have been more wrong. Turns out he may have not been so bad after all.

Being in these situations inevitably leads one to question a boss's managerial skills. At one point or another in your career, you most likely have had this discussion with a co-worker: "So-and-so is an idiot. Can you believe that moron who never really talks to us tried to give a team pep talk and then thought we'd be thrilled about working all weekend? If he would actually listen to us, we wouldn't have been in that situation."

What I found is that whether it was the PL/1 development project from my early days to the Java/.Net world of today, the curious actions of managers and the ultimate reactions of employees determined the fate of projects and ultimately damaged the long-term success of a team. (Does anyone even code in PL/1 anymore?)

Read More Here...


As you can see, it very much helps to understand our leaders. Now you know! Now you don't!

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Davao's First Cosplay Documentary

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Please visit this site -- http://kospurei.multiply.com/

Don't forget to share this to your fellow otakus. (-:

The Documentary "Kospurei" is under the G.A.M.E. Productions. All Rights reserved. (-:

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