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We are back to new technology update. Sorry guys long time didn’t update anything. Back to out title, 1MalaysiaIPTV. So, what is it?

Roughly, what is IPTV? IPTV is the abbreviation of Internet Protocol where it is the Internet television services using the internet and the broadband internet access are way better and more advanced if compared to the previous technology that still using the radio frequency broadcast, satellite signal, or the cable television formats.

Normally IPTV are divided into 3 main types. That are:-

  1. Live Television
  2. Time-shifted programming
  3. Video on Demand (VOD)

This is one of the example or the main topic for this post, 1MalaysiaIPTV. This website are being categories under the live television. Basically, those who are study overseas and looking for the Malaysian TV, here’s the best solution that are available for the mean time. What are you waiting for? Log on to and get the access right now. Same goes to local student that don’t have TV in their house, so you can use it yea. Or maybe to everyone who don’t have TV, you may use it as well. What can I say, me like it!

*still under beta testing.
**few link are not yet available

OneHamdi Comment working on Chrome?

Seems like something great on this website? Comment section are now available for all browsers. Before this, the comment section only available when you view it via Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Since I update the WordPress to WordPress version 3.0.3, the comment section are working fine. There is no problem, crash, crush, crunch. Don’t believe it?

Please click on the picture to get better image.

Winter Sonata actor found dead

KOREA- South Korean actor and singer Park Yong-ha has been found dead at his house in southern Seoul on Wednesday, the police said.

Park’s mother found him lifeless hanging from a cell phone charging cable in his room, according to the police.

After repeatedly saying “I’m sorry” to his family including his father who is suffering from a stomach cancer at around 0:40 a.m., he went into his room, local news reports said.

He earned his fame as a hallyu celebrity through TV drama “Winter Sonata.” Park was particularly popular among fans in Japan and Southeast Asia.

He was also scheduled to play the lead role in upcoming drama “Love Song,” a remake of the film “Chum Mil Mil,” with actress Yoon Eun-hye.

-The Korean Herald/Asia News Network

Credit to asiaonenews

Let’s have a Jalan Tun Dr Mahathir, says Cheras Umno

Datuk Wira Syed Ali giving a token of appreciation to Tun Siti Hasmah (right) at the opening of 2010 Umno Cheras division congress. — Picture by Jack Ooi

KUALA LUMPUR, June 20 — Cheras Umno today asked the government to rename Jalan Ampang to Jalan Tun Dr Mahathir.

The Cheras Umno division chief Datuk Wira Syed Ali Alhabshee also wanted the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to be renamed to honour both Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his wife Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohamad Ali.

“I call on the government to change the name of Jalan Ampang to Jalan Tun Dr Mahathir as soon as possible,” said Syed Ali when opening the Cheras Umno annual assembly.

“In Kuala Lumpur we now have Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Jalan Dato Onn, Jalan Tun Razak. It is fair that we honour Tun Dr Mahathir for his contribution,” he said.

Syed Ali said he had made the same request to the government when he was a member of the Dewan Negara, months before Dr Mahathir’s resignation as prime minister in October 2003.

“We must honour him when his around, don’t wait until he is gone,” he said.

Jalan Ampang is one of the major roads in the Klang Valley connecting the city centre with the state of Selangor.

The road is home to several entertainment outlets and major shopping centres including the Suria KLCC.

Syed Ali added Dr Siti Hasmah should also be honoured in a similar way for her role in Dr Mahathir’s life.

“I also would like to propose that the Kuala Lumpur International Airport be renamed Mahathir-Hasmah International Airport, Kuala Lumpur,” said Syed Ali.

“I hope the government will seriously consider the suggestion from Cheras Umno. His contribution to the country is invaluable,” he said.

Dr Mahathir became Malaysia’s fourth prime minister in 1981 and continued to lead the nation for 22 years before handing over the leadership to Tun Abdullah Badawi in late 2003.

credit to MI

Limkokwing University on App Store?

Limkokwing University has bring us close to latest technology. They have created Apps for iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad. This apps is brought to you by Timothy Lim. =)

What features that available in this apps?

  • View today’s program
  • View your profile
  • View your result
  • View event calendar
  • View you modules
  • Access your assignments & notes
  • View your timetable
  • View your tuition fees balance
  • Contact the university

Details on this apps:-

  • Free
  • Category: Education
  • Released: June 04, 2010
  • Version: 1.0
  • Size: 1.2MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Timothy Lim

How was it? Awesome? Here’s some screen shot by Apple.

That is the screen shot for the apps for Apple Product!

P/S: This is my 100th Post for this blog. Hoho!

Credit to Apps Store

60 Earth Hour (2010)

Yeah, I think I don’t need to explain more about this program that call as 60 Earth Hour. Don’t know about it? Click here to review what happen last year.

Earth Hour FAQ:-

1. What is Earth Hour?
• Earth Hour is a global WWF climate change initiative. Individuals, businesses, governments and communities are invited to switch off their lights for one hour on Saturday, 27th March 2010 at 8:30pm to show their support for action on climate change.
• Earth Hour is a symbolic event designed to engage people from all walks of life in the climate change discussion to send a strong message to our political leaders that we want them to take meaningful action on climate change.
• It is the largest climate event in history where millions of people around the world will unite by turning off their lights for one hour, Earth Hour, to demand action on the climate crisis.

2. When is Earth Hour?
Earth Hour 2010 takes place on Saturday, 27th March 2010 at 8:30 pm local time.

3. What does WWF hope to accomplish through Earth Hour?
• Through Earth Hour, WWF hopes to create political momentum for enacting national climate legislation and a global climate treaty.
• Through Earth Hour, WWF will continue to educate and raise awareness about the climate crisis and offer ideas and solutions that people can merge into their daily lives.
• Through Earth Hour, WWF aims to unify people’s voices from around the world who are demanding action form our elected officials to solve the climate crisis.

4. What happened during Earth Hour in 2009?
Earth Hour 2009 was an important step in the fight against climate change. Hundreds of millions of people in over 4,000 cities in 88 countries officially switched off their lights in the largest climate event of all time.
In Malaysia, almost 75,000 individuals, 8 states and Federal Territories, and over 400 businesses and organizations officially signed up in support of Earth Hour 2009. Based on a drop in energy usage of 600MW during Earth Hour 2009, it was estimated that more than 6 million Malaysians participated in the event.

5. How can I participate in Earth Hour 2010?
Participating in Earth Hour is easy. All you have to do is sign up at, tell your family, friends and colleagues about it and then turn off all of your non-essential lighting on March 27th 2010 from 8.30 pm to 9:30pm.

6. How can my company participate in Earth Hour 2010?
Sign up at and switch off all your non-essential lights on March 27th 2010 from 8:30pm to 9:30pm. Encourage your employees, partners and customers to do the same.

7. How can my city or state participate in Earth Hour 2010?
City and State governments who are interested in participating in Earth Hour may contact Suan Tan, Communications Unit Manager at tel: 03-78033772

8. How does my participation in Earth Hour help towards mitigating climate change?
Earth Hour is not a long-term solution to mitigate climate change. However, it is an important first step to generate awareness, interest and concern over the global threat of climate change. People will only be motivated to take effective action against environmental threats like climate change if they are first made aware of the issue through campaigns like Earth Hour. By signing up, you are agreeing that strong action needs to be taken to find a solution to the climate crisis.

After Earth Hour has raised public awareness about the need to combat global warming, WWF-Malaysia hopes that Malaysians, and the people of the world, will continue to demonstrate their concern about climate change by taking steps towards achieving energy efficiency and avoiding wasteful consumption.

9. Do I have to turn off all of my electricity for Earth Hour?
No. Through Earth Hour we are asking people to turn off all non-essential lighting. Emergency lighting, televisions and computers can stay on for the hour. The main point of Earth Hour is to unite people, companies and governments around the world through the symbolic flip of a switch. Earth Hour in itself will not lower our carbon footprint; rather, it sends a signal to those in positions of power that we as individuals and communities demand action.
The decision on which lights to turn off can be made individually, but it usually involves shutting overhead lights in rooms (whether it is at your house or a business), outdoor lighting that does not impact safety, decorative lights, neon signs for advertising, desk lamps, etc.

10. Will my city go completely black?
Earth Hour is not a black-out. It is a voluntary power shutdown of non-essential, decorative lighting by its participants. For businesses in city skyscrapers or for government buildings, it involves turning off the lights at the end of the business day the Friday before Earth Hour and not turning them back on until that Monday morning. So the event will be more of a fadeout to gray than an abrupt shift to black.
Lights necessary for public safety will not go out.

11. Are there any events planned for Earth Hour 2010?
Details of local Earth Hour events can be found at The site will be updated constantly so if there is anything posted for your city, you can plan your own event or check back frequently for updates.

12. Can I plan my own event for Earth Hour 2010?
WWF-Malaysia encourages independent participation in Earth Hour as this event belongs to the public and everyone who is concerned about climate change. All you have to do is sign up at, tell your family, friends and colleagues about it and then turn off all of your non-essential lighting on March 27th 2010 from 8.30 pm to 9:30pm.
Regrettably, due to manpower constraints, WWF-Malaysia is not able to send representatives to various venues where people are participating in Earth Hour. However, we very much appreciate your support and welcome you to join us at the WWF-Malaysia Earth Hour event at (details)

13. What does WWF do to reduce the effects of climate change around the world?
Around the world, WWF works with communities, governments and businesses to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for the impacts of climate change.

Nationally, WWF-Malaysia focuses on the following key areas:

PROTECTION OF FORESTS. Forests play a vital role in the fight against climate change. Forests are important carbon sinks and deforestation is estimated to be responsible for about 18% of current greenhouse gas emissions. Furthermore, forests have significant economic and ecological value by supporting biodiversity, clean water supply and local livelihoods. WWF-Malaysia helps to:
• Establish protected areas, such as Perlis State Park and Selangor Heritage Park.
• Engage businesses, especially those in the forestry and plantation sectors, to implement sustainable practices that reduce their environmental impact.
• Restore forests by planting trees in degraded areas.
• Advocating for the national implementation of REDD

PROTECTION OF SEAS. WWF-Malaysia helps to conserve healthy marine ecosystems, home to plants like plankton that absorb CO2 through photosynthesis by:
• Establishing marine protected areas such as Tun Sakaran Marine Park and Tun Mustapha Park, to ensure resistance and resilience of marine ecosystems to the effects of climate change such as coral bleaching.
• Engaging the fisheries sector to put in place sustainable fishing practices.

AWARENESS AND EDUCATION. The public needs to be made aware of climate change as well as the broader environmental issues in order to be engaged into making the necessary lifestyle changes to help the cause.

WWF-Malaysia works on:
• Lobbying for the incorporation of environmental education in the Malaysian formal education structure
• Engaging with local communities on sustainable natural resource management through a series of awareness programmes and activities in our project sites.

14. Why is WWF-Malaysia focusing on a marine theme this year?
Malaysia is home to some of the richest and most diverse marine ecosystems in the world. However this treasured blue world is facing serious threats from overfishing, destructive fishing, inappropriate development, pollution and climate change. Rising CO2 levels and climatic changes greatly impact the marine ecosystem by increasing the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, raising sea-levels and causing coral bleaching and ocean acidification. These changes will have disastrous consequences on the people, livelihoods and species that depend on a healthy and thriving marine environment.

WWF-Malaysia is committed to working with the government, local communities and the private sector towards sustainable us of marine resources, protecting important and threatened marine habitats and saving endangered species such as marine turtles

15. What are the next steps after Earth Hour 2010?
Earth Hour is just the start. WWF hopes that people will continue to take the initiative to make the necessary changes in their lives to be more carbon-efficient. WWF will continue to work with communities, governments and businesses to find ways to reduce the adverse impacts of climate change.

How to show our support to our mother earth?

  1. Turning off your lights at 8.30PM on March 27
  2. Showing your support and adding yourself to our world map
  3. Adding Earth Hour widgets, logos and banners to your blog or website to help us spread the word
  4. Get together with your friends and family, by hosting an Earth Hour party or holding your own candlelit affair
  5. Rally your local council or community group to run an Earth Hour event for your community
  6. Encourage your employer and workmates to take part in Earth Hour and make energy savings every day
  7. Make an Earth Hour Lantern as a symbol of hope for the future
  8. Be creative! Find a new way to mark Earth Hour and let us know all about it!

More info, Click here!

Augustine Paul dies

PETALING JAYA: Federal Court judge Datuk Seri S. Augustine Paul, who presided over former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s sodomy and corruption trials in 1998, has died. He was 66.

Augustine died at the Selayang Hospital at 2.45pm on Saturday after suffering from a chronic illness for awhile, said his son-in-law Robert Devan, 37.

He leaves behind wife Datin Seri Dr Mary Paul, daughter Dr Juliana Sharmini, 29, and son Alan John, 27.

The casket will leave No. 16, Lorong Taman Pantai 7, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur on Sunday at 2pm to the Parish of St Peter, No. 441, Section 96A, Jalan Changkat Riong for the funeral service at 2.30pm.

Meanwhile, Bernama reported that Augustine, who obtained his Barrister-at-Law from Inner Temple, England, began his career in 1971 as Federal Counsel at the Attorney-General’s Chambers and later as a magistrate in Ipoh, Perak.

He also served as a Sessions Court judge in Temerloh, Pahang, Malacca and Penang and was chairman of a special committee on taxation before being appointed to the Kuala Lumpur High Court Bench in May, 1998.

He was confirmed as a High Court judge for less than six months when he presided over Anwar’s sodomy and corruption cases which started in November, 1998, and for nearly six months his name kept popping up in the world’s news bulletins with his “irrelevant” rulings in the case.

Seven years later, Augustine was appointed Federal Court judge and he had several months to go before retiring at the time of his demise.

Chief Justice Tun Zaki Tun Azmi said Augustine was a hard working man.

“I have not known Augustine for a long time. However, for the short period that I came to know him, he was a very hard working man until the last moment… he was still working, he was always anxious about work than about himself,” he said.

Zaki also offered his condolences to the judge’s family.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said Augustine was a very experienced judge.

“He was a committed person in all aspects of his work and knew the law to provide justice,” he said.

Meanwhile, the late judge’s secretary, Norhaniah Abdul Hanan, said Augustine was a good boss.

Norhaniah, 54, who served with Augustine since April 2008 said his passing was a big loss.

*credit to TheStar

New Friendster?

New Interface of Friendster

Wow, within our life has been chaotic with the new system through facebook, Friendster has release their latest interface. This brand new interface has been created to attract people attention.

So, the user of friendster, what do you think about the latest interface of it? Will you stay with friendster? Or you will change to other social networking?

Need the feedback!