MacBook Air

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During his Macworld Expo keynote address on Tuesday morning, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the MacBook Air Tuesday, a computer that the company billed as the world’s thinnest notebook — small enough to fit inside an interoffice mailing envelope. It’s priced starting at $1,799 and will be available within two weeks.

Amazingly thin. Amazingly full-size.

The thinness of MacBook Air is stirring. But perhaps more impressive, there’s a full-size notebook encased in the 0.16 to 0.76 inch of sleek, sturdy anodized aluminum. And at just 3.0 pounds,1 MacBook Air is more than portable — it’s with you everywhere you go.

A no-compromise display.

The glossy 13.3-inch, widescreen LED backlit MacBook Air display is the same viewable size as the screen on MacBook. The 1280-by-800 resolution gives you vibrant images and rich colors at full brightness the moment you open MacBook Air. So you get full-screen performance with all the benefits of a slim design.

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How To: Limit Incoming SMTP Email Size On MDaemon Mail Server

Sometime it is necessary to limit outgoing email size for you who have a limited bandwidth, especially for Indonesian :D. Being honest folks, the price for bandwidth is expensive here. It can be a nightmare for companies with crowded email traffic.

I use MDaemon to either send or download emails (from the web hosting provider) for company and distribute them to local mail account. The advantage of using this method is to avoid high internet traffic in the morning and to use unused bandwidth after office hour.

Office staff sends email trough MDaemon which is available on LAN and MDaemon will relay the email to company’s SMTP account in the web hosting provider. It will safe staff from waiting email to be sent (yes, because of using LAN connection) rather than sends directly to hosted SMTP.

Without prediction, this method kicked me back. Put me in a problem. Because the connection between client and MDaemon SMTP server is using LAN, then all email with any size can be sent to MDaemon in a blink of eyes, even a 50MB email :(
Searched on Google, pointed me to this web.Here is a step by step on how to limit incoming SMTP email size on MDaemon Mail Server:

  1. Click Security -> Content Filter
  2. Click New Rule button
  3. Give a name for Rule, e.g.: Limit Incoming SMTP
  4. Check option “If the MESSAGE SIZE is greater than
  5. Click link “is greater than ‘10k’” (with blue color in Rule Description) and enter the maximum email size that allowed to send trough SMTP, e.g.: 1500.
  6. Check option “Send a note 1 to …
  7. Click link “specify information” (with blue color in Rule Description)  and enter “$SENDER$” in the To field, “[REJECTED] $SUBJECT$” in the Subject field dan type your notification message in the Message Text. If you want to include the original message, check option “Include the original message”. Click OK.
  8. Check option “Delete the message
  9. Klik OK to save Rule.
  10. Done

That’s it.

Now every staff can only send email with 1.5 MB in size. The next thing you should do is monitoring the log and MDaemon outgoing email queue.

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NetNewsWire 3.1 is now free!

I got greats new from MacMegaSite.com

NewsGator announced today the general availability of NetNewsWire 3.1, FeedDemon 2.6, and NewsGator Go! for Windows Mobile 2.0. The public beta of NewsGator Inbox 3.0 also began today.

The award-winning products for PC (FeedDemon), Mac (NetNewsWire), Microsoft Outlook (Inbox), and mobile (NewsGator Go!) deliver a best-of-breed RSS reading experience that synchronizes through NewsGator’s online platform. All of the new product versions deliver a better user experience with the inclusion of significant performance, usability, and relevance enhancements.

NewsGator also announced that all of its client RSS reader products are now available free of charge and include free synchronization along with other services. Users can now enjoy the great features and performance of all of NewsGator’s Web, desktop and mobile readers for iPhone, Windows Mobile, and BlackBerry (powered by FreeRange), all synchronized to provide the same view of their RSS content no matter when or where they read it. Enterprise customers will continue to enjoy the extended value of having all these clients synchronize with NewsGator Enterprise Server (NGES). The combination of innovative client reader features and the ability to leverage core platform data and capabilities have made NewsGator products dominant in the enterprise.

Please visit for the detail and completes informations

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Show Your Style With Glogster.Com

If you are a trend setter, you should not miss a new trend brought by Glogster.Com. This trend will give you unlimitted space for your creativity to create your poster by uploading images, videos, and sounds. Of course you can mix them and add other graphics available for free from its tools. You can also explore on fresh galleries and use it to show off your style. Friends also can be found by their styles.

Glogster

A really amazing Web 2.0 application you should try and enjoy. It’ll worth for your time. I believe you see application like this only from Glogster.com. The user interface is self explanatory and you can use it right after logged in without the need to read the manual :D
Only by drag and drop.
Glogster

Glogster
Then why should I write a lot?
Just go to Glogster.com and poster your self.

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How To Calibrating a MacBook or MacBook Pro battery

MacBook Pro coming

One of my Big Dream Gadget in 2007 (MacBook Pro) is perfect tools for my daily runtime, I really enjoy use it in my home or my office. And I want say big thanks to Apple Inc. Team, they make a great product and with Mac OS X Leopard, MacBook Pro is perfect match ;) Apple Give nice suggestion, to keep healthy our MacBook Pro batteries. MacBook Pro user need to calibrating this batteries every month or two month.

To calibrate the battery:

  1. Plug in the MagSafe power adapter and fully charge the MacBook or MacBook Pro battery until the light on the MagSafe connector changes to green and the Battery icon in the menu bar indicates that the battery is fully charged.
  2. Allow the battery to rest in the fully charged state for two hours or longer. You may use your computer during this time as long as the power adapter is plugged in.
  3. Disconnect the power adapter with the computer on and start using it with battery power. When the battery’s charge gets low, you’ll see the low battery warning dialog on the screen.
  4. Continue to keep your computer turned on until it goes to sleep. Save your work and close all applications when the battery’s charge gets low and before the computer goes to sleep.
  5. Turn off the computer or allow it to sleep for five hours or longer.
  6. Reconnect the power adapter and leave it connected until the battery is fully charged. You may use your computer during this time.

That’s easy right? So don’t forget to do it each one month or two and You Lovely Machine will be ready to fight ;)

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Measure Your Crawl Cycle

Another important metric for search engine optimization is the frequency of search engine visits and crawls website content. The rate of the crawling can be quantified by crawl cycle (CC) which present the time between two crawls.

SEO MeterSEOmeter.com provides a tool for webmasters in order to monitor search engine’s crawling on their website. Their tool will record each cache update events for each website listed on them and display the history of cache update in a user friendly graph. Currently SEOmeter.com monitors Google only, since only Google who allows public access to the caching timestamp among other major search engine.

here are many benefits by using this tool. Webmasters can show to public how their website is trusted by search engine (by crawling frequency) while SEO marketers can measure their marketing campaigns (by checking the historical trend of search engine crawling rate) of their clients’ site. The detection and analysis any problems related to robot’s crawling is another benefit.

Here is a sample of Crawl Cycle for Google.com

SEO Meter Graph
The history graph visualizes how the crawl cycle (CC) of a given website changes over time. The x-axis of each dot represents the timestamp of search engine’s crawling event. The y-axis of the dot is a past one-month average of crawl cycle from that date. So for example, CC=2 on Dec. 20 means that between 11/20 and 12/20, search engine crawled the given website once every other day on average.

For webmasters who want to ramp up the search engine’s crawling rate, SEOmeter.com also shares their tips that describes what determines search engine’s crawl rate.

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