Wednesday, October 7, 2009


Can anyone tell me why I'm so lazy to post weekly article on blogger? Haizzzzzzzzzzzz..................
Why I'm so lazy~ Always like to do last minute works since sencondary school. My mom had scold and advice me too much time adready but I still do the same things evertime~ Can anyone teach me how to change this kind of bad attitude or not?????

Now begin the articles that should be post.........

9th Week of SCCT 1023
The 9th week of the class was on 9th of September. The class was started as usual on 8.30pm. On that day, Cik Azura give lecture for chapter 6 - Telecommunication which is hard for me to understand but still need to get know because it related to our second individual assignment that need to pass up before the Raya's holidays. After finished the lecture, Miss Azura explain again about the assignment. On that day, the guy who smoke and enter the class still sitting nearer me!!!!oh my God!!! how could this kind of happened to me......... I hate smoker lahhhhhhhh........

10th week of SCCT 1023
The class had been cancelled because Cik Azura wish to give us time going back hometown earlier. Really thanks a lot for her kindness~ Maybe some of you may think that I'm still at UUM at that time cause I'm a kind of person who like to do last minute works. But sorry for those who went back on Thurday of that week cause I already went back Penang on the morning of 13th September.....hehe ^ ^ I had rushed uo my time to finished the assignment as earlier as posible so that can going back hometown earlier. I spend the whole night of that monday and finally I had finished it. Yeah~

11th week of SCCT 1023
This was the last week article that I should post out on blogger. On that day, the class had started on 8.00pm back but it seem that many people still don't know about that cause at 8pm the class only few people come. Even Cik Azura had mention it before the holidays but they still forget. Almost reached 9pm, the class just fulled with people. That day the class had finished earlier that usual, the clas had finished around 9.30pm. Even the class finished earlier but when we went back hostel it almost reach 10.15pm already because the bus unimap just coming on 10pm.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

7th And 8th Week Of SCCT 1023

Sorry for those who waiting for my new post about the life in CAS because this few weeks I'm buzy doing assignments and doing revision for certain subjects's quiz. Sorry and thanks for waitng my new post.....^^

The 7th week of SCCT 1023 on 19th of August which consider as the first week we meet Cik Azura at class SCCT 1023(B) after the mid-sem break. The class had been started late at 8.30pm. That day the class had been finished early than usual because the class is very noisy until making Cik Azura angry and let us going back early but we had to study by our own for those topic that she
leave to teach on that day. Haizzzzzzz.............

Beside that, one more thing that make me unforgetable until now is one of malay guy who coming late at that day and badly he sitting right of me. Why I'm said badly??? Because his body comes out with the smoking smell with cigarette that I hate the most. When the class break for 5 minutes I'm quickly change my sitting place but the smell still there.........Haizzzzzzzzzzz................
How bad luck on me????!!!!

The 8th week of SCCT 1023(B) is started at 8.30pm. When Cik Azura enter the class, she asked us to pass up the fail for checking and after that the lecture on that day had been started as usual. At 9.30 pm the quiz of SCCT 1023 had been started and Cik Azura starts checking our fails. The question of the quiz look simple but hard to answer expecially the questions ask us to write out the full words of the short form term. Really panic at that time.....wooooooooo............
I try my best to answer it but still hard for me. Howerver, I just answer it and pass its up early.
Hope can pass for the quiz................Haizzzzzzzzzzzzz...........................................



A type of network setup where each of the computers and network devices are interconnected with one another, allowing for most transmissions to be distributed, even if one of the connections go down. This type of topology is not commonly used for most computer networks as it is difficult and expensive to have redundant connection to every computer. However, this type of topology is commonly used for wireless networks. Below is a visual example of a simple computer setup on a network using a mesh topology.


Also known as a star bus topology, tree topology is one of the most common types of network setups that is similar to a bus topology and a star topology. A tree topology connects multiple star networks to other star networks. Below is a visual example of a simple computer setup on a network using the star topology.

In the example picture if the main cable or trunk between each of the two star topology networks failed, those networks would be unable to communicate with each other. However, computers on the same star topology would still be able to communicate with each other.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009


The term e-commerce is really a "catch-all" phrase that encompasses many concepts. According to Dictionary.COM, the term commerce is defined as follows: "The buying and selling of goods, especially on a large scale, as between cities or nations". This definition is straight forward and easy to understand. From here, we add the "e" for "electronic", and we derive the definition: "buying and selling of goods electronically". This typically means that orders and payments pass electronically. However, there is more to this - much more, as follows:

B2B (Business-to-Business) E-Commerce is conducted through industry-sponsored marketplaces and through private exchanges set up by large companies for their suppliers and customers. Of course, companies also sell to business customers through their own Web sites. In the early 2000s, industry-sponsored marketplaces (ISMs) accounted for only a small percentage of B2B transactions. The main reason, according a survey of 25 ISMs published in the industry periodical B to B, is that ISMs have had problems convincing buyers and sellers to use them. For one thing, companies are reluctant to acquire customized designs through marketplaces because they don't want to reveal proprietary information on an site that is shared by competitors. These companies fear they will give away too much information about their competitive strategies simply by taking part in such a marketplace. ISMs also do not necessarily level the playing field for small companies against larger competitors. As a result, companies use such marketplaces mainly to purchase commodity goods, manage their supply chains, and conduct indirect procurement transactions not related to their core business. Business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce is significantly different from business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce. While B2C merchants sell on a first-come, first-served basis, most B2B commerce is done through negotiated contracts that allow the seller to anticipate and plan for how much the buyer will purchase. In some cases B2B is not so much a matter of generating revenue as it is a matter of making connections with business partners.

B2C (Business-to-Consumer) E-Commerce is basically a concept of online marketing and distributing of products and services over the Internet. It is a natural progression for many retailers or marketer who sells directly to the consumer. The general idea is, if you could reach more customers, service them better, make more sales while spending less to do it, that would the formula of success for implementing a B2C e-commerce infrastructure.
For the consumer, it is relatively easy to appreciate the importance of e-commerce. Why waste time fighting the very real crowds in supermarkets, when, from the comfort of home, one can shop on-line at any time in virtual Internet shopping malls, and have the goods delivered home directly.

Who should use B2C E-Commerce?
• Manufacturers - to sell and to retail the business buyers
• Distributors - to take orders from the merchants they supply
• Publisher - to sell subscriptions and books
• Direct Sales Firms - as another channel to reach the buyers
• Entertainment Firms - to promote new products and sell copies
• Information Provider - to take payment for downloaded materials
• Specialty Retailers - Niche marketers of products ranging from candles, coffees, specialty foods, books use it to broaden their customer reach.
• Insurance Firms - On-line rate quotes and premium payments have made it easier for this industry to attract and retain customers. In fact, virtually any business that can deliver its products or provide its services outside its doors is a potential user.

C2C (Consumer to Consumer) E-Commerce has also emerged that allows unknown, un-trusted parties to sell goods and services to one-another. An excellent example of this is found at Ebay, where consumers sell their goods and services to other consumers. To accommodate this activity, several technologies have emerged. Firstly, Ebay allows all sellers and buyers to rate one another. In this manner, future prospective purchasers may see that a particular seller has sold to more than 2,000 customers - all of whom rate the seller as excellent. In another example, a prospective purchaser may see a seller who has previously sold only 4 times and all 4 rate the seller poorly. This type of information is helpful. Another technology that has emerged to support C2C activities is that of the payment intermediary. Pay Pal is a good example of this. Instead of purchasing items directly from an unknown, un-trusted seller, the buyer can instead send the money to Pay Pal. From there, Pay Pal notifies the seller that they will hold the money for them until the goods have been shipped and accepted by the buyer.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

windows vs mac

This controversy often sparks heated arguments to say the least. Moreover, there have also been instances of fights, vandalism and worse over which is the best. Windows users claim that Mac users are arrogant, citing that old "computer for the rest of us" advertising while Mac users claim the same about Windows users. Who really cares?

The truth of the matter is that both are about the same. All they are, are different GUIs; slightly different ways of opening applications. Once the application is open, the only differences might be whether you use a single button mouse or a multi-button mouse, and even that difference vanishes with third party hardware.

First of all, we'll look at some pros and cons for each, then we'll dispel some myths perpetuated about both platforms. We'll also see how this plays into which might be better suited for Web design.

Remember, also, that both Microsoft and Apple share a good deal of technology.Both Windows and MacOS use hundreds of patents shared between the two. Also remember that Microsoft makes a lot of software for the Mac including Microsoft Office which was created by a separate department for the Mac.

Typography - Mac's support of typography is a result of years and years involvement with the pre-press industry. Type-styles rendered with a Mac just plain transfer better when submitted to a service bureau. Mac is the clear winner here.

Video Subsystem - Windows open architecture and PCI bus allow a wide non-saturated video subsystem. Video cards are made which exceed 6 Gigaflops of geometric rendering. Mac, though PCI, has a severely bottle-necked video subsystem so if you're into advanced 3-D rendering, Windows is the clear winner here.

Postscript Support - Mac natively supports both postscipt and PDF formats making them the clear winning here. Again, if you're into pre-press, Mac makes a lot of sense.

Raw Speed - Windows PCs have a serious edge here. Where time is money, processor speed can be very important. Regardless of how hard Mac advertising attempts to claim that the slower clock speed Macs are really just as fast as a PC, it just ain't so and proven so by every bench test out there. If you have the "need for speed" in gaming, software development, 3D rendering and other applications, Windows is the clear winner here.

Color Matching - Apple is the only OS and hardware which supports Colorsync™, the industry standard for "what you see is what you get" color matching. If you want your advertising copy of an egg to come out of the press with the same yellow you saw on the screen, Mac is for you.

Web Design - Now this will be a hot one. In my opinion the clear choice here is Windows. I say this for two reasons.

  • First, 95% of the people surfing the Web use Windows on PCs. If you want to be able to design in an atmosphere where you see pretty much what that 95% sees, then Windows just plain makes sense.
  • Secondly, though many technologies are available for the Mac, Windows technology isn't and much of the Web uses this technology. If you want to take advantage of .NET technology or ASP, it's just way easier to implement from a Windows platform.

Ease of Use - I give Mac the edge here, though the difference is pretty small with the release of Windows XP. Windows binary Plug-in-Play is no longer "Plug-n-Pray" and though technologically superior to Mac doesn't get the job done as nicely. By using nearly draconian messures and monopolistic threats, Apple has been able to maintain tight control over makers of third party hardware. What this means to you is an easier to use system, but with much less choice in add-ons.

Software Availability - Though many might argue that anything you might need is available for Mac, and though almost all generic task software is, industry specific software is not. For example, if you own.. say a lawnmower repair shop, you might want software written exclusively to run lawn mower repair shops. You just won't find it on the shelf or by mail order for the Mac, while you have several to choose from for Windows, maybe even for free or cheap as shareware downloads.

RILEK e-Service


Introducing RILEK as the revolutionary way to perform all your e-government services:

Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ)
Polis DiRaja Malaysia (PDRM)
Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TMB)
Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)

We provide easy transactions electronically via various delivery channels.

RILEK offers JPJ Driving Licences services, summons payments and inquiries on Kejara points.

Our services include electronic utility bill payment for TNB and Telekom bills.

Go online and experience hands-on the technologically advanced payment method, minus the hassle, queues, and frustrations. You can complete all your billing payments and inquiries in an instant, comfortably from anywhere.


RILEK represent reliability, simplicity and security. RILEK is equipped with high-end multimedia facilities and system support to accommodate heavy traffic flow. In addition, it is capable of processing information at an efficient and high-speed rate. RILEK promotes a hassle-free and innovative lifestyle that is designed to eliminate queues and frustrations. RILEK combines advanced technology and human proficiency to enhance your lifestyle.

eServices with RILEK

eServices is one of the six Malaysia’s Electronic Government Flagship Applications. In conjunction with the said initiative, KOMMS introduces RILEK to provide innovative online solutions and direct system linkages to JPJ, TNB, Telekom and various financial institutions. These provide us an edge in online payment authorization and multiple services integration.

RILEK provides different options for you, either through our user-friendly kiosks located widely, our website at or RILEK Center, within one host; serving the same purpose.

RILEK is the revolutionary way to perform all your Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan (JPJ), Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TMB) transactions electronically via various delivery channels.

RILEK offers JPJ Driving Licensing services, summons payment and inquiries on Kejara Points. Our services include electronic utility bill payment for TNB and Telekom bills. You can complete all your billing payments and inquiries from anywhere.


Besides existing collaborations with the above agencies, RILEK envisions expanding our services to other government agencies soon. Plans are being developed for immediate implementations to make a difference to your lifestyle. In the near future, you will be able to utilize the Government Multi Purpose Card (GMPC) and ATM cards to complete your payment transactions.

MyEG Service

MY E.G. Services Bhd ("MYEG") was incorporated in Malaysia as a private limited company on 17 February 2000 as I.T. Marvel Sdn Bhd. Subsequently, the Company changed its name to My E.G. Dot Com Sdn Bhd before assuming the present name on 13 October 2001. On 13 April 2005, the Company changed its status to a public company and assumed its present name, My E.G. Services Berhad, in conjunction with its listing on the MESDAQ Market.

MYEG began by developing online government transactional services for the Malaysian community through its Electronic Government (E-Government) Initiatives. MYEG focuses on delivering improvements in the Government internal operations and in the delivery of services to the consumers. The success of its online transactional services has spurred MYEG to expand its operations and undertake more Government projects.

In June 2004, MYEG acquired Gale Vector Sdn Bhd ("GVSB"), which provides software solutions and maintenance services to clients. The acquisition of GVSB enables the Company to strengthen its core technical expertise and contribute to the ongoing development of MYEG Enterprise Service Platform.

The Group has also expanded its operations into E-Insurance solutions and other insurance-related services through its other subsidiary, Sdn Bhd ("PNSB"). PNSB commenced operations on 1 January 2005 and currently provides electronic computer linkages, through its software applications and Internet technologies, between insurance companies and JPJ on the issuance of E-Cover Notes.

MYEG together with its group of Companies serves as a community-based information and services centre for the public to access information, execute transactions and interact with the government and government-related institutions.