Photoshop Fail

Saturday, May 12, 2012 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 0 comments

Here you will see one of the greatest photo galleries of photoshop mistakes on the web. I hope that you will like it, Enjoy ;)

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Top 10 Most Powerful Nations

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Turkey  known officially as the Republic of Turkey , is Eurasian country located in Western Asia (mostly in the Anatolian peninsula) and in East Thrace in Southeastern Europe.Turky is the 10th most powerful country in the world 2012.It has great scenerio to take it the 10th spot in the world.It achieved great economical growth.It is rapidly developing country.It has most powerful conventional forces.It has great defence power.

GDP RATE  AS PER JAN 2012-1.7 %
GDP RATE PER CAPITAL( AS PER JAN 2012)-$14,742.269

                                  9th TOP TEN:BRAZIL

Brazil is the 9th most powerful country in the world.It appears as a big economy power. Its economical      power is growing day by day.Brazil officially the Federative Republic of Brazil  is the largest country in South America. It is the world's fifth largest country, both by geographical area and by population with over 192 million people.It is the only Portuguese-speaking country in the Americas and the largest lusophone country in the world.It has great defence power and multiple plan to make it powerful.

GDP RATE-3.37 %
GDP RATE PER CAPITAL( AS PER JAN 2012)- $12,320.792

            8th TOP TEN:INDIA


India is the 8th most powerful countries in the world .India officially the Republic of India  is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by    geographical area, the second-most populous country with over 1.2 billion people, and the most populous democracy in the world.It has world second military power.Its economic power rapidly growing day by day.The government of India applies multiple plane to make  it world leading economical power.

 GDP RATE-7.25 %
 GDP RATE PER CAPITAL( AS PER JAN 2012)-$3,892.752


United Kingdom is the 7th powerful country in the world.The United Kingdom of Great Britain and    Northern Ireland (commonly known as the United Kingdom, the UK or Britain) is a sovereign state located off the north-western coast of continental Europe. The country includes the island of Great Britain, the north-eastern part of the island of Ireland and many smaller islands.It has great defence power and economical structure. The UK is currently thought to retain a weapons stockpile of around 160 operational nuclear warheads and 225 nuclear warheads in total but has refused to declare the exact size of its arsenal.
GDP ANNUAL GROWTH  RATE (2011-12)-2.33 %
GDP RATE PER CAPITAL( AS PER JAN 2012)-$36,731.807

Japan is the 6th most powerful country in the world.Japan is an island nation in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south.  This was the first time a nuclear emergency had been declared in Japan, and 140,000 residents within 20 km of the plant were evacuated. The total amount of radioactive material released is unclear, as the crisis is ongoing.The Economy rapidly growing day by day.Its defence power is great in the world.

GDP RATE PER CAPITAL( AS PER JAN 2012)-$35,907.131


Germany is the 5th most powerful country in the world.Germany  officially the Federal Republic of Germany   is a federal parliamentary republic in Europe.It economic structure is growing rapidly day by day. The country consists of 16 states while the capital and largest city is Berlin. Germany covers an area of 357,021 km2 and has a largely temperate seasonal climate. With 81.8 million inhabitants, it is the most populous member state and the largest economy in the European Union. It is one of the major political powers of the European continent and a technological leader in many fields.Nuclear power in Germany accounted for 23% of national electricity consumption.

 GDP RATE PER CAPITAL( AS PER JAN 2012)-$38,815.316


France is the 4th powerful countries in the world.The French Republic commonly known as France is a unitary semi-presidential republic in Western Europe with several overseas territories and islands located on other continents and in the Indian, Pacific, and Atlantic oceans.It has powerful economical infrastructure. It has great defensive power.Nuclear power is the primary source of electric power in France. In 2012, 425.8 TWh out of the country's total production of 540.6 TWh of electricity was from nuclear power (78.8%), the highest percentage in the world.

GDP RATE PER CAPITAL( AS PER JAN 2012)-$35,804.821


Russia is the 3rd powerful country in the world.Russia officially known as both Russia and the Russian Federation is a country in northern Eurasia. It is a federal semi-presidential republic, comprising 83 federal subjects.It is one of greatest defence power.It implements most benificial plans to develope the country.Nuclear power is the use of sustained nuclear fission to generate heat and electricity. Nuclear power plants provide about 6% of the world's energy and 13–14% of the world's electricity with the U.S., France, and Japan together accounting for about 50% of nuclear generated electricity.

GDP RATE PER CAPITAL( AS PER JAN 2012)-$17,904.352


China is the 2nd largest powerful country in the world.China  officially the People's Republic of China (PRC), is the most populous state in the world, with over 1.3 billion citizens. Located in East Asia, the country covers approximately 9.6 million square kilometres (3.7 million square miles). It is the world's second-largest country by land area, and the third- or fourth-largest in total area, depending on the definition of total area.

 GDP RATE PER CAPITAL( AS PER JAN 2012)-$9,157.407


The United States of America is the 1st powerful country in the world 2012.The United States of America (also called the United States, the U.S., the USA, America, and the States) is a federal constitutional republic comprising fifty states and a federal district.It is the  powerhouse  of the world.Its economic powerful increasing rapidly.


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Donkey and the Dirt Story

Thursday, May 10, 2012 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 1 comments

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Difference between VB6 and VB.Net

Wednesday, May 9, 2012 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 0 comments

What is the difference between VB6 and VB.NET

There are quite a few differences in VB6 and VB.NET. We will highlight some of these here in points:
article from programmersheaven

  • The greatest change in VB6 and VB.NET is of runtime environment. VB6 used the VB-Runtime while VB.NET uses the .Net Common Language Runtime (.Net CLR). The CLR is much better designed and implemented than VB-Runtime. The CLR uses better code translation through Just in Time compiler while VB-Runtime interprets the code. The CLR Garbage Collector is also more efficient than VB6 one as it may detect cyclic references too.
  • VB6 was interpreter based language while VB.NET is a compiled language
  • VB6 was not a type-safe language while VB.NET is a type safe language. There is no variant type in VB.NET and no magical type conversions happen in VB.NET
  • VB6 used ‘On Error Goto’ syntax to handle exceptions at runtime. VB.NET uses the Try…Catch…Finally syntax to handle exceptions at runtime.
  • A lot of code (like user interface code) in VB6 was hidden from developer. In VB.NET no code is hidden from developer and you can access and control each part of your application
  • VB.NET has much enhanced object oriented support than VB6
  • VB6 does not allow developing the multithreaded applications. In VB.NET you can create multithreaded applications.
  • VB6 was only considered good for desktop windows application. In VB.NET you can also develop web applications, distributed applications, create .NET windows and web controls and components, write windows and web services.
  • In VB.NET, you can also use reflections to read the meta-data of types and using reflection emit you can also generate code to define and invoke types at runtime.
  • VB.NET uses .NET framework class library along with specialized VB library (System.VisualBasic) as a standard library. As a result, the standard library for VB.NET is much enhanced and useful compared to VB6 standard library
  • VB.NET is platform independent because of .Net framework. Programs written in VB.NET can run on any platform where .Net framework is present. The platform include both hardware and software (operating system) platforms.
  • VB.NET also supports language interoperability with various .NET compliant languages. This means that you can use and enhance the code written in other .NET compliant languages. Similarly the code written in VB.NET can also be used and enhanced by other .NET compliant languages. Although VB6 also provided this functionality through COM but it was limited and difficult to use and manage. VB.Net makes it easier because of the presence of Intermediate Language (IL) and Common Language Specification (CLS) of the .NET architecture.
  • VB6 uses COM (Component Object Model) as component architecture. VB.NET uses assemblies as its component architecture. The Assemblies architecture has removed a lot of problems with COM including DLL-Hell and versioning problem.
  • Components created in VB6 (COM) need to make and update registry entries. VB.NET does not require any registry entry making the deployment easier
  • VB6 used ASP to build web applications. VB.NET uses ASP.NET to build web applications.
  • VB6 used ADODB and record-sets to implement data access applications. VB.NET uses ADO.NET and datasets to build data access applications. The ADO.NET also supports the disconnected data access.

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Control Systems Engineering Ebook PDF by Norman Nise

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This book Control Systems Engineering is written by Norman S. Nise and here it is available in PDF format.
This Book is really helpful to those people who are doing engineering and wants to familiar with the Electrical technology in control systems.

After years of research the Norman S. Nise brought for us their textbook, Control Systems Engineering 4th Edition. He has shared his experiences as engineers and academics to give us a cutting-edge and effective overview of the laws and methods for designing such circuits of control systems and give us a complete view to overcome our problems regarding control systems. this book is considered a trend settting book in the control systems engineering, so guys enjoy reading this book and enhance your knowledge and skills.

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Mayweather vs Pacquiao 2012

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Philippines not intimidated by China

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By Norman Bordadora in Manila/Philippine Daily Inquirer | Asia News Network – Sat, Apr 21, 2012
Activists hold a protest in front of the Chinese Consular Office in Manila on April 16 demanding Beijing to immediately pull out from Scarborough Shoal. China has warned the Philippines not to "internationalise" the two countries' simmering territorial dispute in the South China Sea, as US and Philippine forces staged war games in the area

Manila (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) -
The Philippines will not be cowed by China's deploying a large patrol vessel to Panatag Shoal in the West Philippine Sea, MalacaƱang said on Friday.
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) sees this action as "an aggravation" in the 11-day standoff in the disputed shoal.
The Palace also said other countries' territorial claims in the disputed waters would be affected if China had its way at Panatag Shoal.
DFA spokesperson Raul Hernandez confirmed on Friday that China has again beefed up its presence in the area with the arrival of a third maritime surveillance vessel.
"There are now three Chinese maritime surveillance ships in the area; the third one arrived this morning," he said, adding that the Philippines' lone Coast Guard vessel, the BRP Edsa, also remains in the area.
"It's a civilian ship from the fisheries department of China. This was confirmed by our Philippine Coast Guard in the area, but there is no report whether it was the gunboat," he said.
"Our Coast Guard said it is civilian because it's white. It did not say how powerful it is," he added when pressed if it was the same powerful military vessel that China had reportedly dispatched to the disputed area.
"The world knows that China has more ships and planes than the Philippines has and we cannot compete in this manner. We cannot solve this case in this manner. We are committed to a diplomatic solution," Hernandez said.
"And we understand that the world is watching, and the issue at hand has a wider implication on how China is asserting its territorial claims which have no basis in international law. We hope that China would behave as a responsible member of the international community," he added.
Eleven days into a fresh dispute with China over conflicting territorial claims in the disputed waters, the Philippines has yet to hear a statement of support from its mutual defence ally, the United States.
But Secretary Ricky Carandang, head of the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office, said the Palace believed the Philippines had enough support from the United States despite the Americans' silence on the standoff between the Philippines and China at Panatag Shoal.
"We will not be intimidated," Carandang said in a text message to reporters who sought MalacaƱang's reaction to China's deployment of a "gunboat" to Panatag Shoal, presumably to face off a Philippine Navy search and rescue vessel locked in a standoff with two Chinese surveillance ships at the shallows internationally known as Scarborough Shoal.
The standoff began on April 10 when Chinese vessels blocked a Philippine warship from arresting crews of Chinese fishing boats caught poaching protected marine life in the area.
Most advanced patrol boat
Chinese state media reported on Friday that China's most advanced fishing patrol vessel, the 108-metre Yuzheng 310, had arrived to protect Chinese fishers operating in the South China Sea, which the Philippines calls West Philippine Sea.
The Yuzheng 310 will protect China's "interests in territorial waters," the Chinese state news agency Xinhua said.
"The Yuzheng 310 will conduct routine patrols in waters off the coast of Huangyan Island, so as to protect China's sea rights and ensure the safety of Chinese fishermen," Xinhua quoted the South China Sea Fishery Bureau as saying.
China refers to Panatag Shoal as Huangyan Island. It says it has sovereign rights to all of the South China Sea, even waters close to the coast of other countries and hundreds of kilometres from its own landmass.
The Philippine Department of National Defence said yesterday that it was not clear whether the Yuzheng 310 was going into Panatag Shoal.
"The Chinese media said it [would] be deployed to the West Philippine Sea, but did not state Scarborough Shoal," Peter Galvez, DND spokesperson, said.
"As long as it stays in international waters, we have no problem there," Galvez said.
"[But if] it goes within the [Philippines' exclusive economic zone], that's a different story," Galvez said.
Correcting local reporters, Galvez said Chinese media reports described the Yuzheng 310 as a fisheries vessel. "[It's] civilian," Galvez said. "We have no problem with that."
But he added, "We hope [the Chinese] do not [take] any action that may derail the current diplomatic initiatives toward a peaceful resolution [of the standoff]."
"We continue to discuss the issue with the Chinese government," Carandang said in his message to reporters. "The Philippine government is determined to find a peaceful solution to this. But we're also equally determined to assert our sovereignty over . . . our territory."
Carandang said that if, for some reason, Scarborough Shoal is determined to be Chinese territory and not Philippine territory, "then exactly what does that mean for the laws on the exclusive economic zones?"
"[I]f you create a precedent like that, does that not mean now that in other areas or other parts of the world one country can claim . . . territory even if it lies within the exclusive economic zone of another country?" Carandang asked.
Panatag Shoal is well within the 200-nautical-mile (370-kilometer) exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of the Philippines under the United Nations Conventions on the Laws of the Sea (Unclos).
Carandang said the dispute has far-reaching implications on ties between the Philippines and China.
"[W]hile this issue has immediate implications for us and for China, it also has long-term implications for the rest of the region-for stability in the region," Carandang said.
Nine-dash theory
"If the Philippines loses this, this will have implications for other countries [that] have competing claims with China, particularly those affected by the nine-dash line," he said.
The nine-dash theory is China's delineation of its territory in the South China Sea enclosed by nine dashes on the map that encompass islands and islets in the Spratly archipelago, parts of which are claimed by the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Vietnam and Taiwan.
"So this might look like an issue between the Philippines and China alone, but actually the implications of this have effects on other countries [in] the region," Carandang said.
Carandang said it was up to the United States if it wanted to comment on the dispute between the Philippines and China.
"We have a defence relationship with the United States," Carandang said. "We bought equipment from them. We bought vessels from them. We continue to purchase from them."
He mentioned the current joint exercises between American and Philippine troops and the Mutual Defence Treaty between the two countries.
"I think what's happening now is sufficient in terms of the support they are showing." Carandang said. "I don't know if it will make a difference and that's really up to them whether they want to speak on this matter," he added.
Sue China for 'bullying'
The Philippines has challenged China to bring their dispute to the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea (Itlos), but China has refused.
On Friday, the party-list group Bayan Muna urged President Aquino to file charges in Itlos against China for "bullying" the Philippines at Panatag Shoal.
Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Neri Colmenares said the President should also press the Philippine claim in other international bodies, as the country's claim on Panatag is "more solid" than China's.
The DFA said the country was ready to go to Itlos.
"If China will not join us, then our legal team is preparing to go to Itlos unilaterally in order to have this issue resolved in that proper forum," Hernandez told reporters Friday. "We are asserting not only our territorial rights, but also our sovereign rights over that area," he said.

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