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Kutipan “Love is Zero”

Posted by dedenm06 on 14 October 2011 in Kutipan |

Love is Zero
No matter how many zeroes you add together, you’ll just lose miserably (Minerva Glass – Detective Conan 617)

Love is Zero
Zero is also where everything starts!
Nothing would ever be born if we didn’t depart from there and nothing would ever be achieved (Shinichi – Detective Conan 621)

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PUISI PAK HABIBIE

Posted by dedenm06 on 1 June 2011 in Academic |

Sebenarnya ini bukan tentang kematianmu,bukan itu. Karena, aku tahu bahwa semua yang ada pasti menjadi tiada pada akhirnya, dan kematian adalah sesuatu yang pasti, dan kali ini adalah giliranmu untuk pergi, aku sangat tahu itu.Tapi yang membuatku tersentak sedemikian hebat,adalah kenyataan bahwa kematian benar-benar dapat memutuskan kebahagiaan dalam diri seseorang, sekejap saja, lalu rasanya mampu membuatku menjadi nelangsa setengah mati, hatiku seperti tak di tempatnya, dan tubuhku serasa kosong melompong, hilang isi.

Kau tahu sayang, rasanya seperti angin yang tiba-tiba hilang berganti kemarau gersang. Pada airmata yang jatuh kali ini, aku selipkan salam perpisahan panjang, pada kesetiaan yang telah kau ukir, pada kenangan pahit manis selama kau ada, aku bukan hendak megeluh, tapi rasanya terlalu sebentar kau disini.

Mereka mengira aku lah kekasih yang baik bagimu sayang,tanpa mereka sadari, bahwa kaulah yang menjadikan aku kekasih yang baik. mana mungkin aku setia padahal memang kecenderunganku adalah mendua, tapi kau ajarkan aku kesetiaan, sehingga aku setia, kau ajarkan aku arti cinta, sehingga aku mampu mencintaimu seperti ini.

Selamat jalan,
Kau dari-Nya, dan kembali pada-Nya,kau dulu tiada untukku, dan sekarang kembali tiada. selamat jalan sayang, cahaya mataku, penyejuk jiwaku, selamat jalan, calon bidadari surgaku ….

 

Sumber : http://adiarraihan.wordpress.com

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Teknologi : Pendeteksi Kebohongan Melalui Mata

Posted by dedenm06 on 12 July 2010 in Academic |

Ada alat baru nich yang sedang dikembangkan University of Utah. Alat ini bisa mendeteksi kebohongan melalui mata. Orang bilang “tatap matanya untuk mengetahui seseorang berbohong atau tidak”. Alat ini melakukan analisis terhadap mata. Analisis itu dilakukan mulai dari gerakan mata, pelebaran mata sampai respon mata dan dari semuanya tersebut, program akan menyimpulkan apakah anda sedang berbohong atau tidak. kalau tidak salah ada alat pendeteksi kebohongan yang sebelumnya sudah ada dengan menggunakan “polygraph”. Katanya sih hasilnya sama baiknya dengan yang sudah ada.

Sumber:

Eye-tracking lie detectors inch a little closer to reality

Alat Pendeteksi Kebohongan Melalui Mata

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VB.NET : Remote Share Application

Posted by dedenm06 on 24 June 2010 in Academic |

Introduction

Remote Share is a simple remote sharing tool, enabling you to see, add and remove remote or local shares.  The application is written in VB.NET targeting the .NET framework 2.0.  The source code and the compiled programs have been included in the article.

Background

This tool has been made to facilitate creating shares on remote machines. Many times it has been very handy, a user wants some files on this machine. You simply create a share on this machine, browse to the users desktop and place the files right under their nose…

Using the Code

The code is pretty straight forward in using, it exists in 2 versions. A GUI version and a Console version.

The Main functions are self-explanatory, one for create a share, one for removing a share and of course a function that gives you a list of the available shares on that machine. You must an administrator on the remote computer for the connection to be made through WMI.

For the moment no impersonation is implemented.

Screenshots

Remote Share GUI

Remote Share Console

RemoteShare3.jpg

Main Functions

All of the functions are based on WMI methods, these methods will do the dirty work for you.

What’s WMI? Windows Management Instrumentation

Using the .NET Framework namespace System.Management, you can develop applications that obtain enterprise data and automate administrative tasks using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). You can also develop applications that provide data to WMI classes using the WMI Provider Extensions.

For more information about WMI please visit the MSDN website

Create Share

This function will allow you to create a share on a local or remote machine using WMI. To execute the function below, you will have to specify the name of the share, the path, the computer name and if you like a bit of information about the share.

The most important method in this function is of course the WMI Create Share Method. WMI Create Share Function is constructed like this:

WMIObject.Create(Path,Name,Type,MaximumAllowed,Description,Password,Win32_SecurityDescriptor Access)

Create Method of the Win32_Share Class

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Public Function RemoveShare(ByVal shareName As String,
    ByVal computername As String) As Boolean
        Try
            Dim objSWbemServices As Object
            Dim objSWbemObject As Object
            Dim colSWbemObject As Object
            objSWbemServices = GetObject(
                "winmgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\\" &
                computername & "\root\cimv2")
            colSWbemObject = objSWbemServices.ExecQuery(
                "SELECT * FROM Win32_Share WHERE Name = '" + shareName + "'")
            For Each objSWbemObject In colSWbemObject
                objSWbemObject.Delete()
            Next
        Catch ex As Exception
            MsgBox("Error occured while trying to remove shares on remote pc." +
            vbCrLf + "Check if you have the necessary rights and/or that the pc" +
            "is turned on." + vbCrLf + ex.ToString)
        End Try
    End Function

Show Shares

This function requires the computer name and will make the connection to that machine. By using a WMI query that gets all instance of Win32_Share will fill the ListView on the form (if you use the GUI version)

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 Public Function ShowShares(ByVal ComputerName as String) As Boolean
        Try
            ListView1.Items.Clear()
            Dim objSWbemServices As Object
            Dim colSWbemObject As Object
            objSWbemServices = GetObject("winmgmts://" + ComputerName + "/root/cimv2")
            colSWbemObject = objSWbemServices.InstancesOf("Win32_Share")
            ' Loop through each share on the machine to see if it already exists
            For Each objSWbem In colSWbemObject
                Dim lvitem As New ListViewItem
                With lvitem
                    .Text = objSWbem.name
                    .SubItems.Add(objSWbem.path)
                    .SubItems.Add(objSWbem.description)
                End With
                ListView1.Items.Add(lvitem)
            Next
        Catch ex As Exception
            MsgBox("Error occured while trying to show shares on remote pc." + vbCrLf +
            "Check if you have the necessary rights and/or that the pc is turned on." +
            vbCrLf + ex.ToString)
        End Try
    End Function

History

Initial Version 23-06-2010

Additional Links

My Blog --->>>> author blog Expert Exchange Blog

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

About the Author

Kraeven IT-Specialist/Developer/Support Engineer
Occupation: Software Developer
Company: Jacobs
Location: Belgium Belgium
copy and paste from codeproject.com

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Photoshop Tutorial : Creating an Ecological Fairy Tale Wallpaper

Posted by dedenm06 on 17 June 2010 in Academic |

This tutorial will show how to create pebbles covering with grasses from scratch in Photoshop. You shall display your own creativity on what things should be placed on them to form your own ecological wallpaper!

Preview of Final Image

Create a document with size 1200×800 pixels. Fill the background with a linear top-down gradient with color from #CCCCCC to #FFFFFF.

Select the Pen tool, set it to Shape Layers mode at the top menu and draw a simple shape for the pebble that you want it to be. You can fill the shape with any color for now.

Repeat the same process for more pebbles. The placings is all up to your creativity. There is no rules on how to do this step.

Now find a Sand Texture to your personal liking, otherwise you can download the one I used here from Texturise.com. Position the texture so that it covers the whole pebble. Right-click on the pebble layer to load its selection, then click on the Add Vector Mask button. This way, you will get the sand texture masked within the shape. Hide your pebble layer for now.

Repeat the same process for the grass texture. You can download the one I am using here, made from FrozenStocks. Select the grass layer and go to Filter > Sharpen > Sharpen to bring out more details.

Select the Brush tool open up the Brush Preset Picker panel. Look for the brush named Chalk 60 pixels. Set the Foreground Color to #000000. Now click on the black and white mask on the Grass layer and start paint around the border of the pebble shape. This is to make the border less regular like those tips of grasses. Remember the black is used for opaque areas, if you want to unhide the transparent areas, use white color.

When you are done with the border, apply a Drop Shadow layer style to the grass. Set the angle to 90 degrees. This is roughly what you will get. Let us now work on the sand texture.

Create a new layer in between the Sand and Grasses layers. Name this layer as Tones and set its Blend Mode to Soft Light. Using the Paint Brush tool (in Soft-Rounded mode) with size around 100px and color #000000, paint around the bottom area of the pebble. You will get a soft shadow there.

Repeat this process a few more times, considering the light source coming from top left.

Unhide the earlier pebble shape layer you drawn. Right-click on the layer and choose Rasterize. Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur. Set the Radius to 5 pixels then the layer Opacity to 40%. Select Edit > Free Transform and scale it vertically downwards as shown in the diagram below. Hit OK once you are done.

You have the basic shadow for your pebble already but we also need to enhance the shadow where the pebble is actually touching the floor.

Zoom in so we can get a better view. Using the black paint brush with a smaller size this time, paint at the part where you want the pebble to touch the floor.

And there you have your first pebble! Make more pebbles in various shapes and sizes to fill up the document.

Now you have several empty lands to fill things with. There are many stuffs that you can do with them, it all depends on your preferences and imagination. I want to make it more fantasy-like and there is a beautiful stock gallery provided by Shoofly Stock. The high quality items inside is able to fill up your pebbles in a variety of themes.

I start off with filling in the trees and plants.

Then I made a layer below them and paint in shadows using the Soft-Rounded Paint Brush tool.

This is an overview of how it is like after filling in the greens. Remember to leave spaces for theme objects

Lastly, I inserted a few fantasy-themed objects like the shoe house, walking tree and stone hut.

That is all and I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial. Thank you. Download high-resolution wallpaper here.

copy from source : http://10steps.sg

kata2 hari ini…

Posted by dedenm06 on 14 June 2010 in Academic |

Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long.

We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we’re curious…
and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths…

(at Film Meet The  Robinsons)

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