Wednesday, May 29, 2013

CINet - 2013 PATA Membership

On behalf of CINet Technologies Co.,Ltd, I just got the PATA membership certificate from Pacific Asia Travel Association this morning on 30 May 2013.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

How Is My Office Desk Look?

Is it full of messy stuffs, right?
:) but it is very interesting I like it, I like this kind of flexible office because it helps to reduce my stress some days :(

And you?

Friday, May 17, 2013

Four Countries Visited

1. Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

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How Safari in iOS 6 handles media uploads

Those who run WordPress blogs probably use the mobile web interface as the official app is a mess.

Unfortunately, media uploads on websites are not supported in iOS 5, which makes it tough to add images to your posts on the go.

It’s not just WordPress, Safari in iOS simply doesn’t support media uploads. Luckily, beginning with iOS 6, Safari will finally deal with common HTML elements that web pages use to bring up the standard file browsing dialogue…

Thursday, May 9, 2013

My Life When I Was A Young

These are some activities which I had done during 1990 - 1999.
  1. I was ever fishing.
  2. I ever brought bulls to the fields to eat grasses.
  3. I ever grew the rice with my mother and my grandparent.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Cambodia National Bank Publishs New Currency 100000 Riels

National Bank of Cambodia announced that on the upcoming King Norodom Sihamoni's Birthday for 60 to 61 years old that will be held on 13, 14 and 15 May 2013, National Bank of Cambodia will  publish officially the Cambodian's new currency 100000 Riels.

Google Translate sails past 70 languages with the addition of Bosnian, Javanese and more

Chances are if you use the Internet, you’ve used Google Translate at least once in your life. And from today, Google is opening the technology to potentially an additional 183m people, as it opens to five more languages.

Bosnian, the official language of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been added alongside Cebuano (Philippines), Hmong (China, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and the US), Javanese (second most-spoken language in Indonesia), and Marathi (India).

Cambodia's Countryside

It is a very beautiful view from Countryside in Cambodia.
This is Cambodian's home. Around home they always grow the rice on the rainfall season.

I like the countryside because it makes my mind very refresh with the most of green tree, animals or other traditional clothes.

I love the rice field, lake, river, it is very natural.

What is  your feeling about this photo?

Most of Cambodians casually like clothing KRAMA

Most of the Cambodians dress up casually except, when they are attending formal events. It is common to see men and women using Krama, a Long, Narrow checked cotton cloth round their neck.
Also they use the krama for carrying a baby, a hat to keep sun off your head, a cushion ones head to carry trays or heavy items, sling to carry goods in front or back of body, dress, shirt, skirt, apron, shorts, play games, hammock between 2 chairs, cover pillows, etc.

How To Set an Apple Touch Icon for Any Site

Much like favicons, the way these icons (let’s call them ‘touch icons’) are specified is quite simple. On adding a page to the home screen, Mobile Safari looks for a file in the root of the site called apple-touch-icon.png. If that file exists, it’s used. Simple as that.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Q-Tea Bubble Milk Tea

Q Tea bubble milk tea, one of the best place to hang out with friends, teamwork to meet up and discuss about work, study or researching. Inside there, it has a very wonderful design either tables, floor or wall those are full of arts.

Milk , tea and food are acceptable, delicious actually.

If you want to try please just go, it is located at the North of Sisowat high school, street 178, Sangkat Phsar Thmey III, Khan Daun Penh.

By: Han4U

Monday, May 6, 2013

Google Translate gains support for its 66th language: Cambodia’s Khmer

Google has announced Khmer, the official language of Cambodia, as the 66th language supported by Google Translate.

There are an estimated 16 million native speakers of Khmer, mainly concentrated in Cambodia. Apple added Khmer support to OS X Lion back in 2011.

Google Translate now comes with its own Khmer virtual keyboard and support for phonetic text. The company said that adding the language had proved difficult because of a lack of Khmer resources on the Web and the fact that words aren’t usually separated by spaces.

10 ways to stay happy as an entrepreneur

At last week’s The Next Web Conference it was interesting to hear how entrepreneurs are changing their goals.

At previous events we would often hear about monetization, scalability and the Long Tail. Starting at last year’s event, entrepreneurs seemed to give more attention to building 100 year companies, doing what’s best for the customer, and working ‘from the heart’. These aren’t ‘new age’ entrepreneurs who found Zen or don’t care about revenue anymore, but it seems like a lot of entrepreneurs are starting to agree that doing whats best for the customers, doing what feels good for the entrepreneur and building companies to last ends up being damn fine business practice.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

My stuffs @ free time

1. Acoustic Guitar

2. Chess

 On my free time I always play all these stuffs.