useful origami for kids

now i have some origami that are useful for u, because u can create a very cool heart shape letter from a piece of paper. u can make this origami to leave a message to ur boy or girl friend's desk or wall or locker or wherever u want. it's very useful origami for kids you know,coz it can makes ur kids increase their creativity.and it's fun too ^^
u can also make a photo stand with origami. its quite useful coz u instead buying one, u can make photo stand on ur own with just piece of paper.

ok, its enough talking n start ,making ^^

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Now, after reading the article from my previous post, maybe u began to wonder what is the fastest graphic card in the world..
read this..
Asus introduces dual – core graphics cards NVIDIA GTX 590 which is claimed to provide the fastest performance in the world and able to meet the enthusiast gaming excitement and entertainment.

Latest graphics card from Asus is equipped with GDDR5 3GB of video memory and 612MHz core clock. However, with ASUS Voltage Tweak core clock can be driven 50 percent more quickly be able to serve 918 MHz to newer DirectX 11 gaming applications and provide the maximum experience when watching movies berdefenisi high.

Meanwhile, Asus GTX 590 NVIDIA GF110 also use double graphics processing to deliver performance that is higher than the graphics card with a single board.

In addition to the NVIDIA 3D Vision Suround 3D impressions can be enjoyed with a more real and subtle.

The following is a detailed specification of the GTX 590:

Model: ENGTX590/3DIS/3GD5
Engine graphics: NVIDIA ® GeForce ™ GTX 590
Bus Standard: PCI Express ® 2.0
Video memory: GDDR5 3GB
Engine clock: 612MHz
CUDA cores: 1024
Memory clock: 3420MHz ( 855MHz GDDR5 )
Memory interface: 384 – bit x2
DVI Max Resolution: 2560 x 1600
D – Sub Max Resolution: 2048 x 1536
D – Sub Output: Yes x 1 ( via DVI – to- D – Sub )
DVI Output: Native dual – link DVI- I X3
HDCP Compatibility: Yes
HDMI Output: Yes x 1 ( via DVI – to- HDMI )
DisplayPort Output: Mini DisplayPort X1
Accessories included: Adaptor DVI – to- HDMI x 1
Adapter: DVI – to – D – Sub x 1
Power cable: x 1
Dimensions: 11 ” x 4.5 ”

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AMD vs Nvidia: who makes the best graphics cards?

last night i went to an computer expo on my city n all that new computer tech makes me drooling :P~..i am amaze, i make my computer 2 years ago n now all the tech are completely different..its more powerful, more fast, n more expensive hehehe..i use my computer for my work as a interior designer so i use AUTOCAD n 3DMAX a work fine to me but last night when i see all the new graphic card i think im gonna trow my old graphic card to trash n buy a new one..hehehe

so in this post i wanna share an article about graphic card, AMD vs Nvidia..all these time im a ATI minded, but after reading this article, would it change???

anyway i read this article from

so this is the article...

Mac vs PC. Microsoft vs Google. Intel vs AMD. There's no shortage of monumental rivalries in the tech industry. But the royal rumble between ATI and Nvidia for dominance of 3D graphics is one of the roughest of the lot.

The contest is really AMD vs Nvidia. After all, AMD snapped up Canadian graphics outfit ATI back in 2006.

More importantly, however you slice it the histories of ATI and Nvidia have been very closely intertwined. Both started out as specialists in PC graphics and have since branched out into non-PC platforms such as games consoles, mobile devices and set-top boxes.

More recently, ATI's acquisition by AMD seems to have set it on a very different path for the future from Nvidia. But let's start by reminiscing on a few of our favourite ATI vs Nvidia fisticuffs from yesteryear before taking a look at their current offerings.

AMD vs Nvidia: RIVA and Rage

The early days of graphics on the PC saw 3D cards like Nvidia's RIVA 128 and TNT2 take on ATI's Rage and Rage 128. But it was Nvidia who presaged the modern GPU or Graphics Processing Unit with the mighty GeForce 256 in 1999. It was the first graphics chip with hardware transform and lighting capabilities. And it was fast. Damned fast.

ATI responded in 2000 with the Radeon graphics card. Ever since, successive generations of GeForce and Radeon GPUs have been leapfrogging each other in the race for graphics supremacy. Nvidia had the early advantage with the GeForce, GeForce 2, GeForce 3 and GeForce 4 series arguably having the edge over ATI's Radeon, Radeon 7500 and Radeon 8500.

But in 2002 ATI turned the tables with the awesome Radeon 9700 Pro. The first GPU with fully programmable shaders, the 9700 Pro was massively more powerful than any graphics chip before. It took until early 2003 for Nvidia to respond with the ill-fated GeForce 5800 Ultra, a GPU that never lived up to expectations.

Nvidia was back on form a year later with the GeForce 6800 series. A tit for tat ensued with neither ATI nor Nvidia achieving a clear advantage. It was during this period that Nvidia introduced its revolutionary multi-GPU SLI technology and ATI responded with the copycat Crossfire platform. There really was nothing to separate them.

AMD vs Nvidia: Radeon rethink

At least, there wasn't until ATI released the underperforming Radeon HD 2900 XT. Like Nvidia's calamitous GeForce FX series, the 2900 arrived late, ran hot, underperformed and couldn't match its opposition, the GeForce 8800 Ultra.

But unlike the GeForce FX, it lead to a fundamental strategic rethink. AMD decided that in future ATI would no longer chase ultimate performance with its top GPU. Instead it would aim for maximum bang for buck and introduce dual-GPU boards to cater for enthusiasts demanding ultra-high performance.

The culmination of this rethink was the Radeon HD 4870. Launched in mid 2008, it was half the price of Nvidia's competing GeForce GTX 280 but delivered at least 80 per cent of the performance. It was a winning combination.

AMD vs Nvidia: The DX11 era

Of course, graphics technology waits for no man and much has changed since the Radeon HD 4000 series and GeForce GTX 200 hit the market in 2008. Late last year AMD unleashed the Radeon HD 5000 series, the world's first family of graphics chips with support for the latest DirectX 11 multimedia API from Microsoft, as seen in Windows 7 but also available as an update for Windows Vista.

It took a little longer for Nvidia to respond in kind with the GeForce GTX 400 family. It eventually turned up earlier this year and since then its been these two pixel pumping graphics architectures fighting it out for top DX11 honours.

Topping the current single-GPU tables, therefore, are the ATI Radeon HD 5870 and Nvidia Geforce GTX 480. Thanks to AMD's greater emphasis on value, the GTX 480 weighs in around £100 more expensive at £430 or so.

For the money Nvidia gives you an extra billion transistors for a faintly ridiculous total of three billion. You also get a little more memory as standard, 1.5GB to the 5870's 1GB. However, it's worth noting that 2GB variants of the 5870 are now available for less than the 1.5GB GTX 480.

Anyway, what you don't get from the 480 is a huge performance advantage. Yes it's a little quicker than the 5870. But not nearly as much as it needs to be given the extra cost and complexity.

AMD vs Nvidia: Cut-down cards

It's a similar story further at the next rung down the graphics ladder. Both AMD and Nvidia offer slightly cut down versions of their top GPUs. The Radeon HD 5850 is yours for £225 and retains 1,440 of the 5870's 1,600 stream shaders. Meanwhile, Nvidia's GeForce GTX 470 weighs in around £295 and packs 448 of Nvidia's mighty CUDA cores. The GTX 480, for the record, has 480 cores.

Once again, the 470 is a little quicker than its AMD equivalent, but it's also much more expensive. From there, things get a little more complicated. AMD does a silly-money dual-GPU Radeon HD 5000 board, the 5970. In most tests of pixel pumping prowess, it's the quickest thing out there (NVIDIA has yet to wheel out a dual-GPU take on the GTX 400 series). But just occasionally its dual-GPU architecture and split-memory set up gets the better of it.

Move into mid-range territory and direct comparisons between ATI and Nvidia are currently a bit tricky. That's because Nvidia has yet to release more affordable chips based on Fermi, the new DX11 architecture that underpins the GTX 480 and 470 GPUs.

Consequently, the Radeon HD 5770 (£125), Radeon HD 5670 (£85) and Radeon HD 5570 (£72) are lording it without any DX11 competition.

Instead, Nvidia makes do with older chipsets based on DX10 tech, such as the GeForce GTS 250 (£125) and GeForce GT 240 (£72).

Advantage Nvidia?

That said, Nvidia has recently released an even more cut-down version of the Fermi chip in the new GeForce GTX 465, on sale now from around £230. But what it really needs is some pukka mid-range DX11 chips to take the fight to AMD. And it needs them soon. AMD has already released its family of second-generation DirectX 11 GPUs.

Read ourAMD Radeon HD 6870 review

In the meantime, it's not all bad news for Nvidia. Arguably, it has an edge in at least one important DX11 feature, the hardware tessellator. Designed to spew out huge numbers of polygons and therefore give games more geometric detail and realism than ever before, the tessellator could prove to be the killer feature in DX11. Early tests suggest Nvidia's chips have more tessellation power than ATI's.

Nvidia is also way ahead of ATI when it comes to stereoscopic 3D. Nvidia's 3D Vision technology is the best way to get 3D on your PC today. It works with a large number of games and is also compatible with certain formats of 3D movies including Blu-ray 3D. But like most other 3D display technologies, wearing a pair of geeky goggles is the price of participation.

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ornaments and symbols fonts

Ok now thats enough with the origami things, i have few more but i think i'll save it for later posts.
Now it's time to talk about fonts again, i found this fonts couple years ago but i thought that fonts are always up to date whenever u used it ^^.
this fonts aren't like the ordinary letter but it present ornaments n symbols picture when u press ur keyboard. there are many kind of fonts so i join them all, rar it, then upload it so its easier for u guys to use it.

u can get them here. Like ususal, after u download it just extract it in your fonts folder on ur windows directory.
Just drop me a line or leave comments if u have questions bout this fonts.

have a nice day guys. ^^

Ornaments n Symbols Fonts pack

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more origami instructions for fun

i search again trough the net and i found some pictures of ORIGAMI again. since my last post, i begin to interested to ORIGAMI :lol and again my little baby boy seems to like it too so i make lot of it for him,i need couple hours to make it n my baby destroy it in seconds :D, but again, its kinda fun to see him busy with his new toy.
so..i'll upload it here again so u guys can start making ORIGAMI too hehehehe.

here is some of the ORIGAMI instructions.
enjoy ^^

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seo quake

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Project Seoquake is being constantly polished and enhanced. All SERP changes are tracked down and taken into account. Update your version regularly.

with this seo tools u can track ur website on the go..its cool dude^^

u can get it here

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origami instructions

hi again all.
i've got something to ease ur stress. ORIGAMI.
Origami (折り紙?, from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper"; kami changes to gami due to rendaku) is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD at the latest and was popularized outside Japan in the mid-1900s. It has since then evolved into a modern art form. The goal of this art is to transform a flat sheet of material into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques, and as such the use of cuts or glue are not considered to be origami.

The number of basic origami folds is small, but they can be combined in a variety of ways to make intricate designs. The best known origami model is probably the Japanese paper crane. In general, these designs begin with a square sheet of paper whose sides may be different colors or prints. Traditional Japanese origami, which has been practiced since the Edo era (1603–1867), has often been less strict about these conventions, sometimes cutting the paper or using nonsquare shapes to start with.
thats what origami is..its fun though n all u need is just piece of paper.
try this simple origami first.

enjoy ^^

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designer fonts

good evening's i present u another pack of fonts. This pack is bit different from the pack on my last post i guess. I kinda like this fonts coz it's more elegant n smooth for my designing work.
just copy this fonts to your fonts folder in your windows directory n u r ready to type. please leave me comment if u have any comment or questions about this fonts. well anyway u can get this designer fonts here n enjoy ur new fonts..
c u guys n wait for my next posts. ^^

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graffiti fonts

hello again...this time i wanna talk about this graffiti fonts i found on the net..
i have many friends who work with graffiti. some for legal cause like painting people's office or room, n some just doing it for fun like painting somebody's wall ^^
but anyway, here i have graffiti fonts which u can use it on ur ms office or corel or photoshop or anything n made u like a pro graffiti painter..this fonts are cool dude..

here's the link
graffiti fonts

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573 Best Microsoft Windows Vista & 7 Sidebar Gadgets

hi all..
here i present u huge pack of windows vista n windows7 gadgets,its rare gadget n very cool if u ask me..n dont worry..its free. after u download it just unrar it then double click the gadget u wish to use.
my wish is if u share my links to your blog or site just please include this blog to your post..please respect eachother

here the link..enjoy

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this is my first blog i wrote here..i made this blog because i've met interesting things during my surf on net n maybe it become interesting to u too.
so on my next post u'll find many things in the various subject. i hope u find anything useful here..

enjoy n hv a nice day

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