Do you need WordPress 3.1.1?

The answer is; Yes, if you want to strengthen your security and resolve the following issues: Some security hardening to media uploads Performance improvements Fixes for IIS6 support Fixes for taxonomy and PATHINFO (/index.php/) permalinks Fixes for various query and taxonomy edge cases that caused some plugin compatibility issues Visual editor not displaying Themes experiencing … Read more

WordPress 2.9.2 Not a Major Upgrade

I just found out WordPress released a mini upgrade to its current version; 2.9.1. However, there really is nothing major and to be worried about, if you’re wondering – unless, you run a multi-author blog. Looking Into Other People’s Trash Thomas Mackenzie alerted us to a problem where logged in users can peek at trashed … Read more

Facebook Pushing Virtual Gifts

Facebook hasn’t been only an upgrade for me from Friendster but it’s been a way for me to keep in close contact with my friends. So much so, I’m really grateful for its birthday reminders – though hidden on the right side. Whenever a friend’s birthday is today, I’d visit their wall to post a … Read more

MYNIC Finally Upgrades The System

I just got the email notification from MYNIC. They are finally improving their system in key areas based on the opinions and comments from their customers. Exactly who these customers are I wouldn’t know, but with the new system: a Registrant can apply for multiple domain names in one submission. a Registrant may register up … Read more

Create an Effective Website Under Construction Homepage

Ideas are everywhere! And I found Modal’s website not long ago when doing some research for a client. They were featured in one of the CSS galleries for their new website landing page. Or, I’d say their functional under construction page. Who said under construction pages always needed the “Men at Work” signage or the … Read more

iPhone Upgrade From Firmware 1.1.4 to 2.0.1 Success

Despite owning an iPhone in Malaysia for almost a year, upgrading my iPhone firmware still gives me the chiils to the bone. I don’t know why but it might be because I don’t want to damage this delicate and fragile iPhone. And, I do remember sharing how to Unlock the Apple iPhone 1.1.1 in Malaysia last year.

The process to unlock and jailbreak an iPhone in Malaysia or elsewhere is almost worry free now. Unless you share my worries too, not wanting to brick (break) your own iPhone. But yes, I took the leap earlier yesterday evening to upgrade, jailbreak and unlock my iPhone from firmware 1.1.4 to 2.0.1. Skipped over 2.0 right away – no biggie. 😉

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