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Sunday, 31 August 2014

Yahoo! Homepage 1994 - 2014

Yahoo! ( first developed in 1994 by two college students, David Filo and Jerry Yang. Their project at Stanford University is "Jerry and Dave's Guide to the World Wide Web" in 1994.

In the autumn of 1994, Yahoo reached reach one million per day, which is almost 100 thousand unique visitors. Now Yahoo is one of the highest visited site on the internet, receiving over 345 million visitors each month.

Yahoo is an acronym of the phrase "Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle".

Yahoo has now evolved to the largest online portal, offering everything from shopping, video, and siaranpod (podcasts) to finance, news, real and estate.

Here is a screen Yahoo homepage in 1994 to 2014;

Yahoo! Homepage in 1994
Yahoo was originally just a directory list of bookmarks on a particular topic.

Yahoo! Homepage in 1996
In 1997, Yahoo! acquired online communications Rocketmail, became Yahoo! Mail. Yahoo! also acquired and turned it into Yahoo! Games.

Yahoo! Homepage in 2000
Visa, Yahoo Messenger and the marketplace, appear at the Yahoo Homepage.
Yahoo! dealing with eBay

Yahoo! Homepage in 2002

Yahoo! Homepage in 2005

Yahoo! Homepage in 2010

Yahoo! Homepage in 2011

Yahoo! Homepage in 2013

Yahoo! Homepage in 2014

Friday, 29 August 2014

Amazing Italian Style

An enthralling of Italy (Photo credit:
Italy dips down out of Europe and into the Mediterranean like a women's leg firmly planted in a sleek stiletto, so it's hardly surprising that Italians are known for their impeccable style and fashionable dress sense. They're also known for once having an empire that stretched across the globe, and for having the most spectacular  frescos, sculptures and Renaissance paintings in all of Europe.

The Italy of today is littered with the relics of more than 3,000 years of history, and an atmosphere that ranges from the Armani-wearing-scooter-driving-espresso-drinking buzz of its cities to the quiet, pastoral existence of its hillside olive farms and seaside fishing villages.

From the depths of the canals in Venice, which floats on a series of islands in an Adriatic lagoon, and the bleached sands of San Remo on the Riviera, to the rocky crags of the Alps, Dolomites and Apennines, Italy has everything from beach holidays to luxury mountain ski resorts.

Italy's cities reveal awe-inspiring architecture from the curved arches of the Ponte Vecchio in Florence to the crumbling magnificence of the Colosseum in Rome. Home of da Vinci, Michelangelo, Carvaggio and Botticelli, its artworks are a visual delight to all visitors.

Nestled into the outskirts of Rome is the independent Vatican City, the seat of the Pope and home to the famous St Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel. The influence of the Holy Catholic Church on the people of Italy is still evident today in a series of holy festivals, carnivals, and parades involving young and old alike in almost every city, town and village.

Here are some ways we are enamored by Italian style:

Style Peg
Old-world charm, a chic vibe, and style inspiration provided by the locals are a costume designer’s dream for stylized movies like the Audrey Hepburn classic Roman Holiday (always gives us the sudden urge to don a scarf and hop on a Vespa), or the gorgeous psychological thriller The Talented Mr. Ripley (the ultimate peg for summer holiday dressing!).

Cinematic Setting
From fashion-centric Milan and the historic Vatican, to the idyllic Italian countryside, romantic gondola rides through Venice, and sleepy, sun-kissed islands, Italy has long been a popular destination for honeymooning couples, as well as reel-life adventure and romance (Il Postino, A Room with a View, Letters to Juliet, the Robert Downey oldie-but-goodie Only You, and the exquisite Life is Beautiful, to name a few). Frances Mayes’ bestselling novel-turned-movie Under The Tuscan Sun, where her heroine sets about the life-changing task of restoring an abandoned villa in the Tuscan countryside, perfectly captures our lust for the Italian way of life.

Bella Donna
There’s just something captivating about Italian women. From fresh-faced yet super hot Elisabetta Canalis (George Clooney’s former flame!) and pouty-lipped model Bianca Balti, to the patrician elegance of style icon Marella Agnelli, and the undeniable sex appeal of screen sirens Sophia Loren and Monica Belluci, Italian women are infinitely intriguing, seductive, sophisticated, and unapologetically feminine.

Art & Culture
Wonder why tourists flock to Italy year after year? This bucket-list worthy republic holds the distinction of having more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any country in the world, and every student of art or culture enthusiast undoubtedly gets a thrill at being in the hub of Italian Renaissance masters. Imagine finally laying eyes on the famed ceiling of the Sistine Chapel? Priceless. (Or, in modern-speak: Instagram-worthy.)

Sweet Spot
Even if we can’t get book a plane ticket to Italy anytime soon, we love indulging in all the Italian pleasures we can get our hands on (handcrafted Italian leather! Sportscars! Perfume! Olive oil! Nutella!). Topping our list is Italian cuisine—from a simple caprese salad, to the popular pasta and pizza, to special treats like Sicilian marzipan and the zesty liqueur limoncello—our idea of an Italian feast is fresh, hearty, and family-size, truly a celebration of life, much like our own festive Pinoy nature.

Italy has long been on the list of top destinations to visit in Europe. Here is the best online rates at over 38000 hotels nationwide. We have every main region covered, including Veneto, Tuscany, Sicily, with lots of promotions such as early bird offers and last minute deals. The country offers 2037 unique cities to discover such as Rome, Milan, Venice.

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

The Benefits Mystics of Keeping an Arowana


Arowana Fish or Scleropages formousus is a kind of ornamental fish is very popular and a relatively high price. Arowanas are freshwater bony fish of the family Osteoglossidae, also known as bonytongues. From its primitive origins, the arowana made its way as one of the most sought after aquarium fishes by both avid aquarists and collectors. There are a number of reasons why aquarium owners like to keep arowanas as pets. While some choose to have arowana as a pet for their long-lifespan and intriguing qualities, others revere such fish for its ‘mystical’ qualities which some believe, is able to bring good luck and a certain level of security to its owner. The most zealous collectors even keep arowanas, also known as dragon fish and bonytongues, as a status symbol.

Arowana Fish enthusiasts believe that keeping fish in an aquarium really has medical benefits. Arowanas are great to own, not just for decorative purposes but for health purposes as well.  True, arowanas offer medical benefits to its owners.  Just the act of watching your arowana swim on his tank can give you such a soothing effect which is able to relax your heart and mind.  Because of arowanas known soothing effect to people, most dental clinics keep an arowana aquarium around to ensure that their patients are completely relaxed during their visit.  It is even proven that patients require lesser painkillers when arowanas are around.
However, never think that owning an arowana is easy.  In fact, it is a challenging one considering the expensiveness of its upkeep.  Even the arowana itself is proven to be highly expensive.  Still, many decide to buy it and keep those arowanas in their home or any other place that they stay because of the benefits that these fish offer.

Many arowana owners have even rave about the fact that the benefits of owning arowana fish extremely exceeds the cost involved in buying it.  They say that the tranquility and peace of mind arowanas make them feel are extremely priceless.  Because of this, they are prepared to pay for the price just to have the fish in their place.  If you decide to own arowanas, then you have to know that keeping it requires a lot of diligence and patience on your part especially in mastering effective arowana care techniques.  You cannot expect the fish to give you the benefits that you expect them to give if you are unaware of those techniques that will surely bring out the best in them.  You have to make your research so you will be able to obtain the benefits that you expect from your arowanas.    

The health benefits of staring at an aquarium are just one of the reasons that justify the cost of keeping an Arowana. This beautiful exotic fish is such a graceful swimmer that it will make you want to just stare at the tank for hours, as if in a trance. It is a gorgeous fish. The Arowana has large scales that are brilliantly colored, chin barbells that point up, and a style of swimming that's as if the fish is flying; like a dragon.  In most parts of Asia, the Arowana is considered an incarnation of the mythical creature, the dragon; that is why it is also called "dragon fish". This is because the barbels that protrude from the sides of the fish's mouth resemble the whiskers of a dragon as portrayed in ancient drawings. That is why Asian Arowanas are said to bring good luck and good fortune like the legendary beast it's associated with.

The Chinese believed that dragons ward off evil spirits and protect people. This fascination with dragons is what made the Asian Arowana, or Golden Arowana, very popular. Also called Dragon Fish, because of its resemblance to the mythical animal, the Asian Arowana is believed to bring good fortune to whoever its owner is. Businessmen keep Arowanas, especially the Gold Arowana, to help maintain the prosperous growth of their businesses.

Geomancers and Feng Shui experts advise their clients to keep a Blood Red Arowana in their homes or offices to encourage the entry of good luck and prosperity; it is also believed that if you have an Arowana inside the house it may also save your life. It is believed that any misfortune that is originally intended for the people inside the house are said to be taken in by the Arowana; and the fish will also die in place of its master if need be.

There are stories that tell about a man that narrowly survives a grisly accident; he was lucky to have survived with just a couple of scrapes and bruises. But upon returning home he finds that his prized Arowana is on the floor, dead. It was later found out that the fish leapt out of its aquarium and died at almost the same time of the accident.

The Chinese also believe that the Arowana can also serve as a warning device to protect the family. It is thought that the Arowana fish has the ability to differentiate an enemy of the family from well-wishers. When a person enters the home and the fish starts to get startled and thrash about its tank, then it means that the person has bad intentions for the family. But if the fish just stays calm and collected when someone comes then that person has a kind heart and is a friend of the family.

These legends and beliefs that surround this lovely fish are more than enough reason to own an Arowana despite its exorbitant price tag. But if you don't believe in any of these things then just its sheer beauty and grace will be enough for you to want one.

Three main types of arowana fish

Red Arowana

Red Arowana
Red Arowana. (Photo credit:

Red Arowana is the variety that comes from various places in west Kalimantan province, such as from rivers and lakes sentanum Kapuas. Second place is known as the habitat of the super red (chili and blood red).

Full red color is about to appear on young fish fins, the lips and tentacles. before adulthood, the next red color would have appeared in various other body parts, so the fish will show you the overall impression is red.

Basically red arowana are regrouped in 4 varieties,
namely: blood red, chili red, red orange, golden red. the Four varieties are generally given the nickname as "first grade red". Nevertheless, the development of super red refers to Red Chili, and Red Blood. While the last two varieties are more often regarded as a super red with a lower grade.

Golden Arowana

Golden Arowana
Cross Back Golden Arowana. (Photo credit:

The Golden Arowana is exclusively found in South East Asia, mostly in Malaysia and Indonesia. The Malaysian Golden Arowana, also known as the Malaysian Bonytongue bears a combination of gold and dark green scales though from afar, its whole body appears covered in golden scales. The Red Tail Golden Arowana found in Indonesia bears close resemblance to its cousin from Malaysia. Almost half of its individual scales are gold, while its back, together with its fins are usually dark green. Compared to other types of arowana, Golden Arowanas are considered to have poor breeding habits by nature that is why they are now considered as endangered species. Much care should be taken in buying Golden Arowana fish because there are several laws in place to protect the said species.

Silver Arowana

Silver Arowana
Silver Arowana. (Photo credit:

This distinct breed of arowana comes from the tributaries and fresh water basins of the Amazon in South America. Mature Silver Arowanas bear an armory of big silver scales with a tinge of light pink and blue on its fins. The Silver Arowana fish has a noticeably flatter body and a bigger head and can grow as long as 48 inches (121.92 cm) in the wild. This type of arowana is considered the cheapest yet they require much care because silver arowanas have a hard time adjusting to frozen food and prefers a diet of small fish, shrimp and crabs.

Monday, 18 August 2014

18 Way To Prevent Ebola Virus‎

Signs and symptoms of Ebola
Signs and symptoms of Ebola. (Photo credit: health24)

Ebola hemorrhagic fever is a disease caused by a viral infection. The virus has only recently identified and treated as a disease that is very dangerous. Ebola is highly contagious and can be fatal. In 50% – 90% of cases, the disease is fatal, depending on the type of Ebola virus causes the disease. Ebola virus causes the patient to be weak, dehydration, lethargy and confusion. Ebola symptoms most obvious is bleeding throughout the body and in the body. Death usually occurs within 7 to 16 days due to shock and severe blood loss.

Ebola virus virion. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Ebola disease as of today has no cure here are some few tips that can help protect you and your family from the deadly virus

1. Wash your hands frequently with detergent or soap using clean water. We know that the Ebola spread and infect humans through body fluids such as sweat, blood and saliva.

2. Be careful when visiting Ebola patients. Although Ebola patients cured after treatment, the virus has weakened the body of former patients still can move into the body of another person in the past seven weeks. Therefore, you should limit contact with the patient’s family a new patient visit.

5. Be careful when visiting the funeral or burial of Ebola patients. Do not kiss the corpse, or touching the dead body.

3. Be careful with hands when using railings on the stairs, door knobs and other utilities used by the public.

4. Gloves and other appropriate protective clothing should be worn when handling sick animals or their tissues

5. Avoid trips to Ebola endemic countries.

6. Always wear a mask when you are visiting the Ebola endemic countries

7. Avoid into the forests in the country are infected with Ebola like Africa.

8. Avoid Pig farms, Pig farms in Africa play a role in the amplification of infection because of the presence of fruit bats on these farms.

9. Avoid bat meats and bat products

10. Do not contact with animals that may transmit Ebola like pigs, chimpanzees, gorillas, bats, monkeys, antelope and porcupines.

11. Gloves and other appropriate protective clothing should be worn when handling sick animals or their tissues.

12. Avoid buying Food stuffs, Clothing or other personal materials from Markets/Shops that share the same vicinity with live or roasted bush meat, dealer’s or sellers

13. Always follow the development of information on the website reliable Ebola, WHO, Kemenkes RI, and so on.

14. If there is a complaint when you visit an infected country, immediately report it to health workers in the country.

15. Avoid eating or drinking in a restaurant or public place when there are Ebola-infected areas.

16. Be careful when visiting Ebola patients. Although Ebola patients cured after treatment, the virus has weakened the body of former patients still can move into the body of another person in the past seven weeks. Therefore, you should limit contact with the patient’s family a new patient visit.

17.  If you are in a country infected with Ebola, limit your domestic travel. Mobile just to get to the more important.

18. Watch out for people with flu-like symptoms and sudden fever

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Tourism Authority of Thailand

Thailand is a wondrous kingdom, featuring Buddhist temples, exotic wildlife, and spectacular islands. Along with a fascinating history and a unique culture that includes delectable Thai food and massage, Thailand features a modern capital city, and friendly people who epitomize Thailand’s “land of smiles” reputation.

Tourism in Thailand

A small country that contains many amazing things and attracts many tourists in “South East Asia, between the Indian Ocean and the South China” (Thiro 10) is called Thailand or “Land of Smile.” It is one of the best countries that are full of natural beauty. Thailand is called “Land of Smile” because Thai people are very friendly, easily to smile, and are nice to everyone. If we talk about Thailand, some people think about spicy delicious foods, some about nice beaches or while others, about kick boxing which is the traditional sport of Thailand.

After years, Thailand is getting more tourists and that is increasing each year according to Thai Airlines. “It flew 3.13 million passengers in the first two months of 2006, an increase of almost 12 per cent from last year” (The New Zealand Herald). This shows that Thailand is now well-known to people around the world and gets more attention from many tourists. According to The Nation, the figure of 14.8 million total international tourist arrivals was 8 per cent higher than a previous target. The TAT (Tourism Authority of Thailand) expects to increase Vietnamese arrivals from 227,000 in 2006 to 267,000 this year. Most visitors come, visit, and spend their time for vacation in Thailand. Many tourists would love to live long enough in Thailand to visit most of the places. Even more, some people are more likely to spend their time there for the rest of their lives. There are a lot of attractive beaches, food, medical facilities and festivals which lure tourists to Thailand.

First of all, one of the best reasons to go to Thailand is their beaches. Thailand has a lot of islands. Most of them are well-known to people around the world. For example, Phuket is known as one of the most beautiful beaches on Earth. It has very fresh air, clean beaches, and the water is clear enough to see fishes. “Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and one of the most popular vacation destinations in Southeast Asia, attracting up to one million visitors each year. At 48 km (30 miles) long and covering 550 sq km (210 sq miles), it is a province in itself- and the wealthiest in the country. The Northern tip of the island is separated from the mainland by only a narrow channel of sea, over which runs the 700-m (765-yd) long Sarasin Bridge” ( Thailand 348).

Some tourists enjoy deep water diving, others fishing or even jet skiing, which is a great choice for Thailand. Phuket is located in the south of Thailand next to Andaman Sea (Wilkins 6).  “The research indicates Phuket is increasingly attracting investors from the top end of the market. This area is fast developing into the pinnacle of luxury travel in Southeast Asia. The hills stretching from Surin beach have long been known as ‘Millionaire’s Row’” (The Nation Thailand). This shows that Thailand’s beaches have now hit top level of the market. 

Secondly, tourists love the original Thai food. Every food in this world has their own attractive taste, and some foods attract people and make people want to repeat same kind of food again and again. Thai food is one of them that have their own traditional taste that attract people, not only Thai people but tourists or people from other countries too. These days Thai food has spread out around the world; however it is the best to taste Thai food in Thailand. For example in Thailand, one of the most popular Thai dishes is called tom yum gung. “The broth is prepared with various herbs, and then pieces of chicken, fish, or prawns are added. Once the ingredients are tender, lemon juice is added, along with prik-kee-nook, and the soup is always brought to the table piping hot” (Wilkins 76). In contrast, in the restaurants in the United States, “tom yum soup is a clear broth with shrimp, a balance between spicy and sour; each mouthful is has chili, tomatoes, scallions, and mushrooms” (Luisa).  This shows that they make them in different ways; however the feedback from most people is almost the same, in good way. Among all-Thai noodles, Phat Thai is the popular. “Phat Thai is a mixture of flat rice noodles fried with bean curd, vegetables, egg, peanuts, and dried shrimp. It is claimed to be Thailand’s national dish” (Thailand 408). “Thai food has been described by many food experts as one of the tastiest and most nutritious foods out there” (Cerralbo). This demonstrates that Thai food attract a lot of people and make them want to come back for Thai food again. This leads to the popularity of Thai food world wide.

Thirdly, tourist visit Thailand because of their culture. Thailand is one of the richest countries in culture. People in Thailand celebrate a lot of festivals. Thai New Year, “Songkran,” is the Thai traditional New Year which starts on April 12-14 every year. The days change each year as they follow the lunar calendar (Thailand 42).  “A 13th century inscription reads: ‘Whoever wants to make merry, does so; whoever wants to laugh, does so’” (Thailand 42). They start their new year by playing with water because it is celebrate during the hottest time of the year. Whoever outside has to be wet. Some even wait outside their houses to wet and color others. Some people use powders to prevent revelers from sunburn. “They all offer traditional ways of observing the holiday, such as releasing birds and fish from captivity, making merit by giving alms to the monks, paying respect to elderly people, and attending a local Miss Songkran Beauty Contest” (Thailand Travel Planner 24). During this festival younger people throw water at their friends or peers but when it comes to the elders and monks, they pay respect by sprinkling their hands with perfumed water (Thailand 226).

Finally, tourists visit Thailand for medical surgery. “Last year, we realized a 20% increase in international patient volume, which admitted 264,000 international patients in 2002, generating about $25 million in revenue” (Normandy Madden). Tourists who come here for medical surgery not only get the surgery but are also able to enjoy the clean beaches.

“The trend started in 1997, when Thailand’s currency collapsed and local hospitals, desperate for cash to care for Thai citizen, turned to foreigner happy to pay the relatively low prices at a handful of clean, Westerner-operated Thai Hospitals-followed by a few days in one of the country’s plush resorts. Most “Medical tourists” are looking for elective procures that insurance companies do not cover. Bumrungrad and Bangkok Hospital offer everything from nose jobs to sex change operations” (Normandy Madden).

In Thailand patients don’t have to wait in a long time to get the surgery done. It is quiet fast and more comfortable compared to hospitals in the United States. The services provided by the nurses are quiet good and this attracts a lot of tourist from different parts of the world.

Tourism in Thailand is booming. More likely, the number of tourist will increase every year. They visit Thailand for the clean beaches, Thai Food, cheap medical surgery and Thai festivals. They won’t hesitate to come back when they have free time. Thailand or “Land of Smile,” seems to be one of the best places for tourists to spend their time and relax. 
If you are looking for a holiday destination in Asia, then Thailand is the place to go, offering something for everyone. Here is the best selection of hotels in Thailand to fit your travel budget and preferences. Discounts for 526,834 Hotels WorldwideConsisting of 77 regions, each with its own unique appeal, the country offers visitors plenty of different areas to explore. You can find the perfect hotel at the lowest rate for stays in cities such as Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya. Choose your travel dates.

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Sunday, 10 August 2014

Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro Full Specification

Leave your old camera in the dust with the class-leading Lenovo VIBE Z2 Pro, a maximum performance Smartphone with pro photography features.

There are two days we talked of a possible photograph of Z2 Lenovo Vibe Pro Mini, but now the Z2 Pro Vibe Lenovo officially announced. This is the latest star of the computer manufacturer's power, and it is certain that people are not happy to screen 6 ", which they consider too big. Regarding other hardware specifications, go below to learn more. For starters, the Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro will have a resolution Quad HD (QHD) for its screen 6 ", with a pixel density of 490 ppi. Outside, his superble metallic look leaves no doubt that this premium smartphone market for the high-end smartphone.

Otherwise, there will be a 2.5GHz Snapdragon processor 801, accompanied by 3GB of RAM, a 16 megapixel camera on the back cover with a BSI sensor with optical image stabilization, and video recording support 4K. Otherwise, it will be dual SIM, 4G LTE connectivity and a 4000mAh battery. It has a thickness of 7.7mm, and extremely thin edges.
Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro is expected to arrive in September, in black, white and gold, but the price is not known yet.

2G Network
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
3G Network
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100
4G Network
LTE 800 / 850 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600
Dual SIM (Micro-SIM, dual stand-by)
2014, August
Coming soon. Exp. release 2014, September

156 x 81.3 x 7.7 mm (6.14 x 3.20 x 0.30 in)
179 g (6.31 oz)

IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
1440 x 2560 pixels, 6.0 inches (~490 ppi pixel density)

Alert types
Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
3.5mm jack

Card slot
32 GB, 3 GB RAM

HSDPA, 42 Mbps; HSUPA; LTE, Cat4, 50 Mbps UL, 150 Mbps DL
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual band, Wi-Fi hotspot
v4.0, A2DP
microUSB v2.0

16 MP, 3456 x 4608 pixels, optical image stabilization, autofocus, dual-LED flash
Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, HDR
2160p@30fps, 1080p@30fps, optical stabilization

Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat)
Qualcomm MSM8974AC Snapdragon 801
Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400
Adreno 330
Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS
Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS
Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
Black, Gold, White

- Air gestures
- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
- MP4/H.264/H.263 player
- MP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+ player
- Organizer
- Photo/video editor
- Document viewer
- Voice memo/dial
- Predictive text input

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