Wednesday, May 14, 2008

***JSP as a server-side scripting***

When our teacher told us about JSP and server-side scripting, I say to my self that: "hmmm! My malalaman nman akong bago". But deep inside me, I ask myself that "how can i make or learn about this topic. I have no background to it before". I feel very exciting about this topic. I think to myself that this is a very challenging topic for me in this summer class. Later on, after how many days and weeks of lectures, i already know how to make some easy JSP codes.

As what I have learned, server-side scripting can be described as running a script directly on the web server to generate dynamic or static HTML pages. JSP is also equipped with sufficient knowledge about Java. It is know easier for me because I have already a background about Java. Server-side scripting together with JSP became faster and easier to understand.

Its primary advantage is its ability to highly customize the response based on the user's requirements, access rights, or queries into data stores.

When we have a group project about making an HTML together with JSP codes. I volunteer to deal with the HTML and JSP codes instead of designing our page because I know to myself that I can do it. And the result of our final project is very good. I know to myself that our teacher like our project very much(Dba maam??? ehehehe).

So thats all. There is one thing i can say.... JSP together with HTML is very exciting and very challenging topic. So if you encounter this soon, be ready and be sure that you will listen very carefully to your teacher just like what I do...^_^

Thursday, May 8, 2008

~~~KAREN PO~~~

This TV commercial is nice and very touching in people's heart... It shows how your relatives or your family value you a lot. In this commercial, Karen grandfather forgot who is with him during their meal in McDo... He call Karen as Gina everytime they talk. Karen was already mad to him until his grandfather slice the burger into two then he say that the other slice is for her favorite granddaughter who is Karen... After the grandfather say that Karen smile and forget what his grandfather say before... She knew to herself that his grandfather loves her very much...

This commercial is very nice just like what I say... Even if your grandfather is too old, never think bad for them because inside of them they value you so much... They didn't know how to express it personally...

So love your grandfather as they love you so much...^_^

Saturday, May 3, 2008


There are top 5 things that we must don't buy online.

First is, Luxury Goods.

Sure, you can find good deals online, but how about a Rolex for $50? A Prada handbag for $150? If you believe you're getting the real deal when you spot such steals, there's also a bridge for sale in Brooklyn that you might be interested in.

Counterfeit goods account for about 13% of Internet purchases, says Stephen Polinsky, vice president of sales for GenuOne, a security technology company specializing in brand protection. "There's a real chance for an item to be misrepresented," he says. For example, you'll spot plenty of trendy Louis Vuitton Globe Shopper handbags on eBay. The photos, pulled from the brand Web sites, are of the real thing. But the real bag retails for $1,280, so what you see isn't going to be what you get when the sale price is $100.

Many luxury brands don't allow online transactions, period. Head to the Web sites of two high-end watch manufacturers, Breitling and Corum, and the first thing you'll see is a warning -- genuine products are not sold on the Internet. What you're getting from sites like and SmartBargains are grey-market products that are missing key components like a serial number or the manufacturer's warranty. Without those, the brand will refuse to repair or service your purchase.

Second, Prescription Medications.

Question: Just how badly do you want to save a few bucks on that Viagra prescription? Fact is, knockoff prescription meds are as plentiful online as other fake goods, says Polinsky -- but they are much more dangerous. At best, you're buying sugar pills. At worst, according to the Food and Drug Administration, the meds could be expired, contaminated or contain improper dosages.

In 2004, for example, the FDA shut down several Web sites that had been selling contraceptive patches that contained no active ingredients. More recently, a Colorado doctor is facing criminal and civil lawsuits for filling a prescription for antidepressants over the Internet to a 19-year-old Stanford University student who later committed suicide. The civil suit alleges that the doctor signed off on the prescription without a consultation.

Third, Fragile Electronics.

When you buy a flat-screen TV from your local electronics store, you expect that it'll be handled with care by store employees every step of the way, from the store to your living room. But online, you have no way of knowing if that delicate screen will be schlepped to your doorstep on a truck that's also carrying a carton of loose bowling balls.

The retailers don't make it easy, either. Most foist responsibility on the shipping carrier, rather than handle it themselves. PC Connection, for example, requires you to refuse damaged goods from the carrier, or note the damage when you sign for the delivery.

Online buying also means you're making an expensive purchase sight unseen, which isn't smart when it comes to electronics. It's impossible to gauge the clarity of a TV or picture quality on the digital viewfinder of a camera by looking at images on a retailer's site. Change your mind, and you'll be subject to additional fees. only accepts returns within 10 days of receipt -- and you'll have to pay a 10% to 20% restocking fee, on top of the shipping charges to mail the item back. At, Apple products can't be returned at all.

Fourth, Groceries.

If you're the type of shopper who likes to tap the melons, purchasing groceries online may already sound a little dodgy. But the price is the real reason to head to your local supermarket instead of online, says Teri Gault, founder of The Grocery Game, a consumer savings program.

When shopping online, expect to pay a premium for the convenience. You also miss out on the two hallmarks of savvy shopping: store specials and manufacturer's coupons. "You can't use manufacturer's coupons online," says Gault. And there's no way for the store to translate some steals, such as half-price meats and bakery breads at the end of the shopping day. Add in a delivery fee of $4 to $15 and the convenience of shopping online seems a little less handy for your wallet.

And the last is, Intimate Clothing.

No one relishes swimsuit shopping, so the inclination to do it online -- without the harsh and unflattering lights of a dressing room -- is tempting. But retailers may charge you an additional shipping fee to send items back, as well as restocking fees of up to 15%.

While women have come to expect that finding the right bathing suit will take hours of try-on trial-and-error, buying bras and underwear can be equally tricky. Bra-cup size varies slightly by manufacturer. And many online retailers are (rightly so) finicky about accepting returns for such personal items.


These are the top 5 things that is not usual bought in the net because these 5 things are the 5 top thing not to buy online...

So beware of this...

Sunday, April 27, 2008


The Forbidden Kingdom is the new action flick starring Jet Li and Jackie Chan. It marks the first time the two legendary Chinese actors have worked together.

Actually, these two martial arts masters have never faced each other before, which in theory is the primary allure of "The Forbidden Kingdom." But while the first (and only) time they fight each other is swollen with anticipation and indeed thrilling, the rest of the movie is a solid, though forgettable, family-friendly action flick.

Longtime animation director Rob Minkoff ("The Lion King," ''Stuart Little"), working from a script by John Fusco ("Young Guns"), tells a story inspired by the Chinese legend of the Monkey King.

Scrawny Boston teenager Jason (Michael Angarano), who's obsessed with kung fu movies yet frequently gets beaten up by bullies with wicked-awful New England accents, magically ends up one day in the countryside of ancient China. A powerful staff, which Jason discovers in a Chinatown pawn shop run by the wisecracking Old Hop (Chan), sends him back in time. He must return the fighting stick to its rightful owner, the mischievous Monkey King (Li), to free him from imprisonment by the evil Jade Warlord (Collin Chou, smothered in ornate robes and blue eye shadow).

Jason gets help in his quest from two disparate teachers: the stumbling Lu Yan (Chan again, revisiting his Drunken Master persona) and the Silent Monk (Li again, all restrained charisma). Also along for the ride is the Golden Sparrow (Liu Yifei), a young warrior seeking revenge against the warlord for killing her parents.

Sparrow has an annoying habit of referring to herself in the third person - "She's not a child, not anymore," she says of herself - and seems awkwardly wedged in as a potential love interest for the innocent Jason. But her presence does set up the inevitable cat fight with the White-Haired Demoness (Li Bing Bing), a sort of Asian Christina Aguilera whom the Jade Warlord has dispatched to retrieve the staff for himself.

The main event, though, is between Lu Yan and the Silent Monk. And it comes pretty early, in a temple, when neither of them realizes they're on the same side. Chan and Li are both such veterans, the speed and fluidity of their dance suggest the kind of familiarity that comes from years of working together. After a prolonged battle, they call it a draw and decide to team up to help Jason - the "seeker" they've been expecting from a prophecy - bring the staff back to the Monkey King.

The running joke each time a new person meets Jason is to ask him, "How good is your kung fu?" Well, his kung fu is not strong, prompting Lu Yan and the monk, mentors with conflicting approaches, to teach him a thing or two. Here's where "The Forbidden Kingdom" turns into "The Karate Kid": All Jason knows of fighting, he's learned from video games. All he gets for training, at least initially, consists of whacking through tall grass with the fighting stick and then maybe learning how to block a punch (but more likely getting punched instead as his two teachers toss him about).

Eventually, Jason will turn into a lean, mean fighting machine. It's all familiar but amusing - though the present-day framing device feels painfully clunky.

"The Forbidden Kingdom" also features all-stars behind the camera in cinematographer Peter Pau, an Oscar winner for "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," and action choreographer Woo-Ping Yuen, the mastermind behind the moves in "Crouching Tiger" as well as the "Matrix" and "Kill Bill" movies.

Nothing about "The Forbidden Kingdom" comes close to leaving the sort of indelible cultural mark those previous films did, but it's a sufficiently entertaining diversion.

"The Forbidden Kingdom," a Lionsgate and Weinstein Co. release, runs 113 minutes. Two and a half stars out of four.

To the people out there who do not yet watch the movie. It is a movie worth your money. So better hurry and watch it now for yourself. Also if you have some time, watch also Step up 2. it's nice.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

E-Commerce Security Issue/s

One issue of E-commerce security is altering your website. This issue can damage your image or even directing your customers to another site if you have a business running a e-commerce. This can have an impact to your life.

I feel very disappointed because when I have a company in the future that run a e-coomerce, the image presented by my company, together with the brands under which I trade, are valuable assets. If someone hacked it my assets now are known to those the enemy of my company. It is not valuable now. It is important to recognise that the use of e-commerce creates new ways for both image and brands to be attacked.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Career In The Future

Hello! I am Edle Louie Ranolo. This is my first time to make a blog. If I will be a successful in the future I want to be a web designer.

Web design is a process of conceptualization, planning, modeling, and execution of electronic media content delivery via Internet in the form of technologies suitable for interpretation and display by a web browser or other web-based graphical user interface(GUIs).

This job is very challenging to me. I want to know all the related topics in web designing. That's why I want to become a web designer. I want also to have my own website that is nice and beautiful to the eyes of other people.

The companies that have a web designer are the Wave Technologies Inc., Philippine Web Services, Philcom, Digital Broadwor.

Before I can do this, I finish first my studies and have a flying colors in the future grades.