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Belanja lagi

Aduh … belanja lagi belanja lagi. Sebenernya saya tuh tergolong orang yang sulit untuk keluar duit. Bahkan untuk diri saya sendiripun. Tapi entah kenapa … tadi saya malah beli tas untuk laptop saya.

Yah, memang selama ini sudah ada tas laptop, tapi itu tas bawaan dari beli. Jadi ya .. tau sendiri kan modelnya. Saya memang berencana untuk beli tas laptop, cuma itu bukan rencana yang harus cepat dilakukan. Tapi akhirnya tadi, begitu lihat harganya Rp 95.000 saya jadi tertarik karena model tasnya sangat sangat sesuai dengan yang saya idam-idamkan. Untuk ukuran tas laptop, harga sekian tergolong cukup murah lhoo.

Hahhh … entah bagaimana nasib saya melewati bulan ini dengan duit yang berkurang Rp 95.000 dari anggaran. Harus mengkalkulasi ulang anggaran nih …

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AJAX

My friends asking me what is AJAX ? Football club from netherland ? Yes it is. But we are talking about AJAX in internet. I Search in google and found this result :

 A scripting technique for silently loading new data from the server. Although AJAX scripts commonly use the soon to be standardized XMLHttpRequest object, they could also use a hidden iframe or frame. An AJAX script is useless by itself. It also requires a DOM Scripting component to embed the received data in the document.
domscripting.webstandards.org/

 the second result that i think really good explanation of AJAX is :

AJAX or Asynchronous JavaScript and XML is a term describing a web development technique for creating interactive web applications using a combination of: * HTML (or XHTML) and Cascading Style Sheets for presenting information* Document Object Model, JavaScript to dynamically display and interact with the information presented* XML, XSLT and the XMLHttpRequest object to interchange and manipulate data asynchronously with the web server (although AJAX applications can use other technologies …
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AJAX

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is an agency of the United Nations (UN) whose purpose is to coordinate telecommunication operations and services throughout the world. Originally founded in 1865, as the International Telegraph Union, the ITU is the oldest existing international organization. ITU headquarters are in Geneva, Switzerland.

The ITU consists of three sectors:
Radiocommunication (ITU-R) — ensures optimal, fair and rational use of the radio frequency (RF) spectrum
Telecommunication Standardization (ITU-T) — formulates recommendations for standardizing telecommunication operations worldwide
Telecommunication Development (ITU-D) — assists countries in developing and maintaining internal communication operations

The ITU sets and publishes regulations and standards relevant to electronic communication and broadcasting technologies of all kinds including radio, television, satellite, telephone and the Internet. The organization conducts working parties, study groups and meetings to address current and future issues and to resolve disputes. The ITU organizes and holds an exhibition and forum known as the Global TELECOM every four years.

Another important aspect of the ITU’s mandate is helping emerging countries to establish and develop telecommunication systems of their own. Although the recommendations of the ITU are non-binding, most countries adhere to them in the interest of maintaining an effective international electronic communication environment.