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~Demi Waktu~
by: Kerispatih

Maaf, ku telah menyakitimu
Ku telah kecewakanmu
Bahkan ku sia - siakan hidupku,
dan kubawa kau s'perti diriku
Walau hati ini t'rus menangis
Menahan kesakitan ini
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Akhirnya juga harus ku relakan kehilangan cinta sejatiku
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Juga semua kekuranganku
Jika memang ini yang terbaik
Untuk diriku dan dirinya
Kan ku t'rima semua demi cinta

Reff :
Jujur, aku tak kuasa, saat terakhir ku genggam tanganmu
Namun yang pasti terjadi, kita mungkin tak bersama lagi
Bila nanti esok hari
Ku temukan dirimu bahagia
Ijinkan aku titipkan kisah cinta kita selamanya

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Whoa. Microsoft blasted its mice into the next level yesterday with its BlueTrack laser tech, and one of the first out of the gate is this seven-button SideWinder X8 gaming mouse. Gamers will be skeptical of its wireless nature, fantasizing that their reflexes are faster than the X8's 13,000 frames per second, 75g maximum acceleration, 120 inches-per-second maximum speed and 2.4GHz transmitter, but they may like the way it can last through 30 hours of nonstop gaming before it needs a charge. This oughta beat its predecessor handily.

That "4000" festooned on its side boasts of the SideWinder X8's impressive-sounding 4000dpi resolution, getting well into the spec-derby range and far beyond anything meaningful. Maybe numbers like that can help to justify its $99.95 price, or convince hard-core gamers to wait until February for its release. Take a look at another pic of the mouse tethered to its spool-like charging cable minder, as well as Microsoft's press release:

Microsoft's Press Release:

Experience Untethered, Uninterrupted Gameplay With Microsoft’s New SideWinder X8 Mouse

First wireless SideWinder mouse features Microsoft BlueTrack Technology for the best speeds and feeds available.
REDMOND, Wash.  Sept. 10, 2008  Microsoft Corp. today unleashed the SideWinder X8 Mouse, offering wireless freedom with wired performance with a 2.4GHz wireless connection that is built for lag-free play. The latest SideWinder mouse features an innovative play-and-charge system to ensure a nonstop gaming experience — up to 30 hours of active gaming on a single charge — with no need to stop the game to change batteries. The SideWinder X8 Mouse is a top performer thanks to Microsoft’s new, proprietary BlueTrack Technology that gives this mouse the best frame rate, speed and acceleration on the market and a tracking range from 250 to 4,000 dots per inch (dpi).

“When conducting our research, we found room for improving on the wireless experience for gamers, especially as it related to perceived delay or lag time of response. The SideWinder X8 Mouse will put those wireless gaming mouse fears to rest,” said Bill Jukes, product marketing manager for Microsoft Hardware. “We designed this mouse to perform to the highest gaming standards — with near-zero latency, uninterrupted gameplay and the world’s most advanced tracking with BlueTrack Technology.”

Innovation for Gaming Performance
The SideWinder X8 Mouse is a top-performing wireless gaming mouse, with a combination of BlueTrack Technology tracking that provides the best speeds and feeds available, 2.4GHz wireless technology built for lag-free play, and an easy recharging system that keeps gamers in action.
• BlueTrack Technology. The world’s most advanced tracking offers next-generation tracking technology for gaming with image processing of 13,000 frames per second, 75g maximum acceleration and 120 inches per second maximum speed.
• 2.4GHz wireless. The device is built for lag-free play with virtually no latency.
• Play and charge. Get up to 30 hours of active gaming on a single charge, or use the play-and-charge cable for nonstop action. The winding cord management system offers easy charging — simply unwrap the cord from around the storage box and snap it onto the underside of the mouse.

Designed for Gaming
Comfort continues to be one of the main needs of PC gamers, and the SideWinder X8 Mouse features a unique, comfortable design that gamers will appreciate for extended sessions of play. Features include the following:
• Scroll wheel with tilt. The mouse has better feel and response with detents for precise control.
• Engineered for speed. The shape was designed for quick, balanced and precise gaming actions.
• Vertical side buttons. The top and bottom design makes locating side buttons easier and reduces unintentional activation. The X8 also offers smart features to enhance the gaming experience, including an LCD screen on the mouse to quickly view dpi settings and macro-recording icons, and a Quick Launch button that provides one-touch access to Microsoft’s PC gaming features.

Custom Tuning
Gamers also like to customize their gaming mouse to fit their needs, which is why the SideWinder X8 Mouse offers the following adjustable features:
• DPI switching. Instantly switch sensitivity among high, medium and low with one click, ranging from 250 to 4,000 dpi.
• Replaceable mouse feet. Choose from three materials for glide preference.
• Seven programmable buttons. Customize five programmable main buttons, plus left and right tilt.
• Macro record button. Easily record macros while in game with the dedicated button.

Pricing and Availability
The SideWinder X8 Mouse will be widely available in February 2009 for an estimated retail price of $99.95 (U.S.).2 The mouse is available now for pre-sale on Amazon.com and will ship in February when it is released. The SideWinder X8 Mouse will be backed by a worldwide three-year limited hardware warranty from Microsoft Corp. More information about this and other Microsoft Hardware products can be found at http://www.microsoft.com/hardware.

About Microsoft Hardware
For more than 25 years, the Hardware Group has employed innovative engineering, cutting-edge industrial design and extensive usability testing to create products of exceptional quality and durability that enhance the software experience and strengthen the connection between consumers and their PC. Microsoft Hardware leads the industry in ergonomic engineering, industrial design and hardware/software compatibility, offering consumers an easier, more convenient and more enjoyable computing experience. Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer, which launched in 1999, earned a place on PCWorld.com’s December 2005 list of “The 50 Greatest Gadgets of the Past 50 Years” as the first mainstream optical mouse that “brought gunk-free pointing devices” to a broad consumer base. More information about the Hardware Group is available at http://www.mshardwareguide.com.

About Microsoft
Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

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SanDisk's new 32GB SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash card hopes to draw folks such as serious video professionals, who often have to store and access large, raw files. At 32 GB, it has almost as much storage as plenty of low-end laptops packed into a card the size of a wafer. The card can hold up to 80 minutes of HD video, and has access speeds of 30 MB/s — that means you could pull the entire 32 GB off of the card in under 20 minutes under optimal conditions.

Look for the 32GB SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash card in October for $300.

Via SanDisk

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-September 12, 2008-
Murphy Brown creator Diane English reworks Clare Boothe Luce's vintage bitchfest for the SEX AND THE CITY generation. On the plus side, it's nothing but featured roles for women of every age. One the minus side, they're all backbiting schemers who do nothing but talk about men... plus ca change! Watch Trailer


The Women Details>>


Year: 2008
Rated PG-13
Parental Rating: Cautionary; some scenes objectionable
Country Of Origin: U.S.
Running Time: 0
Format: Color
Genre(s): Comedy
Production Co(s).: Double Edge Entertainment; Inferno Productions; Jagged Films; Shukovsky English Entertainment
Released By: Picturehouse
Cast
Meg Ryan: Mary Haines
Annette Bening: Sylvie Fowler
Eva Mendes: Crystal Allen
Debra Messing: Edie Cohen
Jada Pinkett Smith: Alex Fisher
Bette Midler: Flora DeLave
Candice Bergen: Mary's Mother
Carrie Fisher: Nancy Blake
Cloris Leachman: Maggie
Debi Mazar: Tanya
India Ennenga: Molly Haines
Jill Flint: Annie
Ana Gasteyer: Pat
Joanna Gleason: Barbara
Tilly Scott Pedersen: Uta
Lynn Whitfield: Glenda Hill
Natasha Alam: Natasha
Emily Seymour: April Cohen
Allison Seymour: April Cohen
Lauren Lefebvre: May Cohen
Lindsay Lefebvre: May Cohen
Isabella Panteledes: June Cohen
Olivia Panteledes: June Cohen
Madaleine Black: January Cohen
Meredith Black: January Cohen
Jana Robbins: Lingerie Sales Woman
Maya Ri Sanchez: Dora
Ruby Hondros: Jimmy Choo Wearer
Nicole Robinson: Make-Over Lady
Danielle Perry: Salon Assistant
Lindsay Flathers: Taylor
Christy Scott Cashman: Jean
Celeste Olivia: Gilda
Denece Ryland: Cory
Allyssa Maurice: Sweet Woman
Jordan Schechter: Ashley
Marina Re: Helene
Stephanie Clayman: Admissions Nurse
Maria Elena Ramirez: OB/GYN
Pamela Lambert: Scrub Nurse
Ellen Withrow: Nurse at Recovery Hotel

Credits
Diane English: Director
Diane English: Writer - based on the screenplay of the 1939 motion picture written by Anita Loos and Jane Murfin, and play by Clare Boothe Luce
Anita Loos: Source
Clare Boothe Luce: Source
Jane Murfin: Source
Diane English: Producer
Mick Jagger: Producer
Bill Johnson: Producer
Victoria Pearman: Producer
Bob Berney: Exec. Producer
Caroline Blackwood: Exec. Producer
Jim Seibel: Exec. Producer
Bobby Sheng: Exec. Producer
Joel Shukovsky: Exec. Producer
James W. Skotchdopole: Exec. Producer
Taline Khojikian: Assoc. Producer
Mark Mascolo: Assoc. Producer
Anastas Michos: Cinematographer
Tia Nolan: Editor
Mark Isham: Musical Composer
Jane Musky: Production Designer
Mario Ventenilla: Art Director
Debbie Cutler: Set Decorator
John Dunn: Costumes
Cathy Sandrich Gelfond: Casting
Amanda Mackey: Casting
Mark Dornfeld: Special Effects
Shaina Holmes: Special Effects - digital
Paulina Kuszta: Special Effects
Tom Williams: Sound - mixer
Julie Hewett: Make Up
Melanie Hughes Weaver: Make Up


Trailer>>

Full Review>>
How do I hate thee? Let me count the ways… Diane English's long-gestating remake of Clare Boothe Luce's 1936 bitchfest is so consistently, outrageously wrongheaded in every way it's hard to know where to start, but the fact that it turns a viciously knowing satire of privileged female misbehavior into a "you go girl!" knockoff of the SEX AND THE CITY movie (2008) is as good a place as any.

Luce's play revolves around the gossipy, backbiting friendships that bind a group of financially privileged women and, to put not too fine a point on it, ripped them to haute couture shreds. It's often dismissed as misogynistic and old fashioned, but Luce herself always insisted she wasn't out to paint women overall as shallow, conniving, man-obsessed gold diggers of varying degrees of sophistication -- just society women with too much money and time on their hands to bother cultivating anything but their jewelry collections. In English's vaguely feminist telling, Mary Haines (Meg Ryan) is the perfect modern superwoman: She keeps a lovely Connecticut home for her husband, Wall Street wolf Steven; is a caring -- if oblivious -- mother to her confused 11-year-old daughter, Molly (India Ennenga); and designs clothes for her father's firm. But to Mary's shock and dismay, a chatty Saks Fifth Avenue manicurist (Debi Mazar) lets slip that her BFF, perfume spritzer Crystal Allen (Eva Mendez, who's no Joan Crawford), is having an affair with a rich man named, yes, Steven Haines. For advice and emotional support, Mary turns to her best girlfriends: vaguely artsy Earth mother Edie Cohen (Debra Messing); fashion-magazine editrix Sylvie Fowler (Annette Bening, who's no Rosalind Russell), who, unbeknownst to the gal-pack, is hanging onto her high-powered job by her perfectly manicured nails; sassy lesbian essayist Alex Fisher (Jada Pinkett Smith), who's dating a very angry supermodel, assiduously not working on her new book and adds two tokens in one to the otherwise blandly Anglo-hetero mix. They all tell her to dump Steven's cheating ass: This is the 21st century, for Goddess' sake! Mary also solicits the opinions of her no-nonsense housekeeper (Cloris Leachman), Molly's fresh-faced Danish nanny (Tilly Scott Pedersen), the tough-talking Hollywood agent (Bette Midler) she meets at an exclusive yoga retreat, and her own pragmatic mother (Candice Bergen), who supplies the film's only genuinely biting lines and suggests that Mary step back and look at the big picture before acting rashly.

George Cukor directed the first film version of The Women in 1939 from a screenplay by Jane Murfin and the famously sharp-tongued Anita Loos, of GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDS fame, and the result set a very high bar. But the much-derided musical remake, THE OPPOSITE SEX (1956), looks like laser-cut brilliance next to English's bland, tin-eared reimagining, which manages to suggest both that women have come a long way, baby, and that they need to look to their pubescent daughters for personal validation. Not only is that not progressive, but it's also not funny. --Maitland McDonagh

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Google introduced Chrome in part because it wants faster browsing and the richer Web applications that speed will unlock. So how does Chrome actually stack up?

Chrome JavaScript benchmarks.

Google's Chrome overpowers the other browsers on the five subtests by which Google measures its browser's JavaScript performance.

(Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET News)

Lars Bak, the Google engineer who was the technical leader for Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine, said at the launch event Tuesday he's confident Chrome is "many times faster" than the rivals at running JavaScript, the programming language that powers Google Docs, Gmail, and many other Web applications.

But when pressed for specifics, he told me to try them out. So I did.

Google offers a site with five JavaScript benchmarks. On each one of these tests, Chrome clearly trounced the competition. I hope benchmarking experts and developers will weigh in with comments about how well these tests represent true JavaScript performance on the Web--either for ordinary sites or for rich Web apps.

Here's the site description of the speed tests:

• Richards: OS kernel simulation benchmark, originally written in BCPL by Martin Richards (539 lines).

• DeltaBlue: One-way constraint solver, originally written in Smalltalk by John Maloney and Mario Wolczko (880 lines).

• Crypto: Encryption and decryption benchmark based on code by Tom Wu (1,689 lines).

• RayTrace: Ray tracer benchmark based on code by Adam Burmister (3,418 lines).

• EarleyBoyer: Classic Scheme benchmarks, translated to JavaScript by Florian Loitsch's Scheme2Js compiler (4,682 lines).

Google Chrome JavaScript score.

Google's overall score is head and shoulders above the competition for executing JavaScript.

(Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET News)

A few notes: First, your mileage may vary; I ran these tests on my dual-core Windows XP machine.

Second, my apologies here to Opera, whose browser I don't have installed.

Third, I tried to run the SunSpider benchmark tests as well, but perhaps because a lot of other curious people had the same idea on the day Chrome launched, I couldn't get to the site.

Click here for full coverage of the Google Chrome launch.

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