Monday, October 23, 2006

I have been thinking of creating some new blogs

Thus far I have got 4-5 blogs to look after. The first one is and it is the most visited one. This blog is used as music index for the first blog. is the latest one focused on education matters. is the one I just restarted making it active(after a couple of months of some specific experiment.)

I may create another blog which is about.....

I am dreaming of being a professional blogger making six-figure income! ^^

Friday, October 20, 2006

Cingular 3125 Review

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The Cingular 3125 /HTC Star Trek has been reviewed by the website Mobility Site and let’s see what they think about this smart clamshell Windows Mobile Phone. They found the handset appealing for its current Windows Mobile O.S. with A2DP profile and the intuitive and stylish form factor. The handset also scored brownie points for its upgradeable ROM, top notch external screen, its battery life and its price tag of $149.99 w/contract. Things they didn’t dig? Well there is the proprietary connector and the lack of Wi-Fi. The fact that the handset needs to be switched off for changing the Micro SD card is also a minor irritant. The onboard camera is also no great shakes!

The new Cingular 3125 is a slim smartphone which some great onboard features. It gets it juice from the Texas Instrument OMAP processor and supports EDGE, GPRS, and GSM Quadband. The camera has the now standard 1.3 Megapixel resolution and the phone has some nifty applications like the Windows Media Player 10. Other features include; Bluetooth, 2.2" 240 x 320 LCD Internal display, 64 MB RAM; 128 MB flash ROM, Push Email, Stereo Bluetooth, Pocket Internet Explorer, MSN Messenger, Text Messaging etc.

In the end the website writes “Overall, I say this phone is a winner. We have Windows Mobile on a phone that costs less than $200, looks better than the RAZR, and performs well. The shortcomings of the Cingular 3125 fall far behind the positives. For me, no WiFi and poor camera does not affect me much at all. The Proprietary connector is easy to get around as well using Bluetooth headphones. Having a Windows Mobile Smartphone that flat our works is enough.”

Gigabyte's Dual Tuner G-Smart i200

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by Chris Ziegler

Though Gigabyte's not much of a mobile presence here in the US, folks in Asian countries might want to listen up: the spec sheet on their g-Smart i200 Pocket PC phone makes it sound like the best thing since... well, the i120 and i300. The 512MB of internal storage is hot, the promise of Crossbow (if it's available by the device's launch in Q1 '07) is pure gold -- but what's really got us all fired up are the integrated dual tuners (DVB-H and DVB-T) and 2.69-inch VGA display. Yep, we said it: VGA. Everyone waiting for the promise of compromise-free mobile web browsing and remote desktop connections can come out of hiding, because this bad boy could very well be the phone you've been waiting for. The TV-out and DVR functionality don't hurt, either. Now if you'll excuse us, we need to book our flights to Taiwan.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Wordpress is the most popular CMS according to

It is not a surprise at all when wordpress, a content management software, stays highest among other content management softwares according to The second which is ranked far behind wordpress is drupal that I have never tried before.

Wordpress is most suitable for almost every case. It is free, flexible, of lots of plug-in stuff, category-enabled, and a lot more. Therefore you can have a number of forums to get to know how to use it effectively and consult with million of people using this CMS.

Try it with your own domain name. It does not cost much. Let's say 400 Baht a year. This amount covers 1 domain name charge(1 year) and 1 year hosting.

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Saturday, October 14, 2006

Most Popular Song Types of This Blog and 1.5 Million Hits

According to the statistics, it reveals that Thai songs index page is most visited followed by International, Korean, Japanese and Chinese songs index pages respectively.

So far I have put in the blog over 1,000 music videos and most were requested by you.

So far I have reached 1.5 million hits for the BigNose blog(

Thank you for visting my blog.

Friday, October 13, 2006 Grand Opening!

Today I have officially publicized a new blog of my, This new blog covers tips how to learn English in new different ways. This provides resources on studying abroad. Please go visit it!

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Google-Youtube deal has been closed.

According to, Google has already bought Youtube as I guessed. It is good to me as Google loves Music Videos!

By Kevin Maney, USA TODAY

A landmark in the future of media happened over a meal at Denny's.
Last week, as multiple offers swirled around YouTube, Google (GOOG) co-founder Larry Page and CEO Eric Schmidt met YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen at a Silicon Valley Denny's.

"We discussed the possibilities and the excitement we both shared" for video on the Internet, Hurley says. "They have the resources to help us accelerate that."

STORY: Google snaps up YouTube for $1.65B

Google is buying YouTube for $1.65 billion, the companies said Monday. The biggest force in search and Internet advertising is soaking up the biggest force in online video. But the combination means more than that.

The deal is part of a vision consistent across the technology and media landscape. It's the same vision that brought together YouTube and Google. Mass media — the grand media trend of the 20th century — is becoming personal media.

The Internet is making it possible for people to find and consume any song, TV program, video or movie anytime they want. That's because video content, from instructions on how to groom a poodle to clips from CBS' 60 Minutes, is increasingly available on the Net.

At the same time, cheap technology like video cameras and editing software is allowing just about anyone to create video content, adding ever more personal and esoteric media to the mix of offerings.

If you listen to YouTube's founders or Google's leaders, you can hear what that's going to be like. Search Google for "plumbing toilet flusher" and you'll probably find a how-to video on YouTube. "For queries like that, a lot of times video is the best result," Google's Page says.

Planning a vacation to Osaka, Japan? Search and find all the home videos taken by tourists and posted on the Web. Music videos, news and movie trailers will all be there. A few hours before Google said it will buy YouTube, YouTube announced deals to legally put music videos from Universal and Sony BMG on its site, and news and sports from CBS.

"This is the next step in the evolution of the Internet," Google CEO Schmidt says. On Monday, he kept noting that YouTube founders Chen and Hurley remind him of Google's founders in Google's early days — a couple of guys with a plan to alter the universe.
Bursting with video
All of this helps explain an explosion in Internet video. Venture capital investments in video-sharing sites are on track to set a record this year. VCs pumped $156 million into such start-ups during the first half of this year vs. $267 million all of last year, says Dow Jones VentureOne.
Internet video sites have exploded from barely any just one year ago to more than 240. New ones appear every week. The industry hasn't seen anything like it since the Web-retailing zaniness of the mid-to-late-1990s. Recent arrivals include Eefoof, Bix, Guba, Blennus, Stickam and Frozen Hippo.

Big players are crashing the party. In January, Google put up Google Video — which, by the way, isn't going away. "Google video doesn't go away ever — I want to make that clear," Schmidt says. Meanwhile, Yahoo and AOL are aggressively moving into video. So is News Corp.-owned MySpace.

Advertisers in just the past six months have come to love Internet video and are increasingly pushing ad dollars that way.

"You've got more video being viewed on YouTube than you do on some cable channels," says Ian Schafer, CEO of Deep Focus, a marketing firm that represents studios such as The Weinstein Co. He says that the marriage of Google and YouTube could form "another video network that in many ways eclipses the eyeballs of some mass media."

"We are seeing the number of terabytes of video delivered doubling every three months," says Alan Ramadan, a top executive at Macromedia, which makes the Flash player that shows video on both Google and YouTube. "I haven't seen this kind of demand before, and it's something that we all felt the Web could become one day — a distribution platform for rich content and experiences."

A busy weekend

At the center of the whirlwind stands YouTube, which actually moved its headquarters over the weekend from San Mateo to San Bruno in California's Silicon Valley — while the founders negotiated the Google deal. "It was a busy weekend," Chen says with a laugh.

The company launched in the summer of 2005, and by March 2006 was the star at high-level tech conference PC Forum. In January of this year, YouTube had 9.5 million unique visitors, according to ComScore. In August, that had grown to 72 million. To those users, YouTube is streaming more than 100 million videos a day. Yes, a day.

"This was a company that was moving very, very quickly," says Mark Heesen, president of the National Venture Capital Association trade group. He compares YouTube's trajectory to Skype, the Internet phone company started in August 2003 and sold to eBay last year for $2.5 billion in cash and stock.

In the past few months, it seems that everyone in technology realized the power of the video trend on the Net and saw the movement toward personal media. That's when the suitors came calling.

"A lot of parties expressed interest," Hurley says. Though he won't name them, Yahoo and News Corp. were among names that surfaced as suitors. "We wanted to remain independent, but as discussions progressed with Google, we saw an opportunity to remain independent and continue our vision, but with a lot more resources and experience behind us."

Google did, in fact, promise to leave YouTube alone — it will keep all its employees, separate headquarters, its own brand.

"I've been pretty giddy over this," Chen says. But he admits that he's not yet sure what, exactly, will change about the way YouTube or Google handles video. Right now, for instance, a search on Google Video will not find a video that's on YouTube. That will change.

"It all happened so quickly, the exact details of integrating the products are still up in the air," Chen says. "We're forming integration teams right now."

For Google, the deal means it now owns the top brand in Internet video and a backup plan for its own push into video. Google Video has failed to catch fire.

Some critics say Google just bought itself a boatload of potential lawsuits. A good deal of video on YouTube is snatched off TV programs and movies by individuals and posted there — and that could be infringing on copyrights. But Google and YouTube both waved that off on Monday, pointing to the day's deals with CBS and record labels as proof that content owners would rather work with YouTube than take it to court.

"The copyright concerns are overblown," says Suranga Chandratillake, CEO of BlinkX, a video search engine that competes with Google Video. "Content owners are more interested in doing business than ever" for Internet video.

They see how powerful this new personal media can be. The rock band OK Go recently proved that. It made a simple video with a handheld video camera of its four members dancing on treadmills and posted the video on YouTube. In four weeks, the video was viewed more than 3.5 million times. As a result, OK Go's album saw a 182% jump on Billboard's Digital Album chart and shipped another 50,000 CDs.

"This is a paradigm smasher of the first order," says OK Go manager Jamie Lincoln Kitman.
In the grand scheme of things, the $1.65 billion Google is paying for YouTube doesn't rank high among the largest U.S. buyouts so far this year, tracker Dealogic says. The biggest was a deal in March by AT&T to buy BellSouth, valued at $67 billion at the time. Alcatel agreed to pay $13.4 billion for Lucent in April.

But when it comes to shaping the future, a couple billion dollars negotiated under Denny's fluorescent lights might be the winner.

Contributing: Jefferson Graham, Jim Hopkins and Laura Petrecca

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Video Converter Software

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Some of you may be interested in broadcasting your own videos to present yourself to the world. But it will turn to be very frustrating if you find the video can not be played smoothly or your website visitors have to wait for a long time and see stop motion of the video.

So it is better to make sure that the streaming of the video is of narrow band connection support while you have to maintain good balance between quality of video and speed.

Video converter is the solution to address this. You need to check if speed settings are allowed. And from my experience, connection speed of 100-150 kbps is the most optimized one. There are tens of software if this kind available on the internet.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Music Download

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I just doubt why music download sites are so popular with millions of search each month. More importantly it is in mp3 format that it adversely affects music industry. Regarding my blog, it is all about music video broadcasting that I am sure this will make audience or viewers spend more more on music stuff as movements in a video can trigger their interest in buying mp3 songs somehow.