Wednesday, February 6, 2013

               We all know, that in our present days, we are in an environment having such a thing that is incapable for early eras. Which we understand now is that, as time goes by, we are seeing high quality technologies. The best example is now known as Computers.

              Computer, as wikipedia defines it, it is a device capable of doing things which man thought to be exceeded them to reality. As it starts in simple application in mathematical arithmetics and logistics then now it is considered to be an object working with human kind. It had been so much help, it made our lives easier and done things accurately. Which so advantages means also a lot of disadvantages, which is explained now yet people don't think about it just done what they want it to be and to think on for future modernism.

             The reality now is that, computer had been with man since they created it, it did helped a lot thinking that it had made chance to people who are indeed in pity for lack of intelligence. Greater knowledge had been produced, a lot of things changes, and that mind's best friends makes it possible, possible for all things for now.
Gadget Review:

PlayStation Portable (PSP)

While the dual analog design will never happen, the revision of the PSP does bring a number of improvements owners hoped would come along. Unfortunately the number of problems, especially concerning the TV Out option, forces this into a die-hard fan purchase only. Smaller and lighter can’t make up a mountain of other concerns.
The weight is the obvious improvement from the moment you hold this hardware. It’s more comfortable to hold, and the slimmer size contributes too. A new smooth coating that protects the console from scratches is another immediately apparent improvement. Likewise, the screen is more resistant to damage, though this is the only screen change.
Instead of a spring-loaded tray, the UMD door is manually opened. The discs slide in flush with the back of the tray. It’s easy to load, though not always easy to remove them without the popping action of old. The outer frame of the hardware has been changed to a cheaper feeling plastic instead of metal.
WLAN users will find the switch at the top of the console, and the Memory Stick slot has a far larger, sturdier door higher than its original position. The power switch requires a higher motion to turn on and off to prevent accidental hits. Speakers are moved to an actually logical position on the front next to the screen.
Buttons are firmer, though they bring a loud click when used. The plastic analog nub feels cheaper, although it is tighter to better simulate a true analog stick. Fighting game fans will appreciate the D-pad, making games such as DarkStalkers and Street Fighter playable. Improvements continue with raised function buttons, including start and select.
USB charging has been added to the menu screen, along with the option to cache the UMD to speed loading. These are the only new options to the XMB menu aside from the new TV connection options.
With the TV out feature, things begin to fall apart. It must be noted that unless your TV supports component video and 480p, you cannot play games. You can watch UMD movies, play with the menu, or watch your own videos, but you will not be able to play games. You’ll receive a small error message letting you know. There is no way around this.
Using the decent length cable results in a thick connector attaching to the bottom of the console directly underneath the analog nub. It creates an awkward distraction and uncomfortable feel. The connection point should have been on top of the system, not the bottom. Likewise, this port replaces the headset slot of old; all headsets you’ve purchased for the PSP are unable to be used.
Assuming you have the proper equipment, you would think the problems have passed. Far from it. Games outputting from the PSP are only playable in their native resolution, 480 x 272. Unless you have found a magical TV that supports this resolution natively, games will play in a small box in the center of your screen surrounded by black. The higher the native resolution of your set, the smaller the picture.
UMD movies and the XMB menu fill the screen without a problem. It’s a shock to try a movie (which are of surprisingly solid quality) and then find the games filling only a portion of the screen. According to our Sony PR representative, “There are no plans to change this at this point.”
Further problems include the cheaper battery cover. Not only is it harder to get on and off, the battery never locks into its tray. Popping the cover results in the battery dropping out instead of staying in place. The Memory Card slot is also tougher to access.
On the button side, the square button doesn’t have the pop of the others, and feels softer. The UMD tray is louder when loading, and light yet noticeable vibration can be felt when it’s working. The screen remains the same, resulting in the same low refresh rate that causes an unacceptable amount of blurring when dark objects scroll across the screen.

Aside from the new size, the true selling point of this hardware change is broken. The TV out causes more problems and doesn’t add any real convenience. It’s not worth upgrading to this new PSP unless the weight of the old hardware is overbearing to you.
Review ASOP song:
''Purihin ka ng aking luha''

Composer: Gerwin Villa
Interpreter:  Jayson Fernandez
December Song of the Month

May mga bagay akong gustong sabihin
Na ‘di kayang bigkasin
Nais na lamang sa luha’y isaysay

Sapagkat bawat patak ng luha ko sa’Yo’y mahalaga
Alam kong nakikita Mo sila

Bayaang purihin Ka ng aking luha
Sambahin Ka sa gitna ng aking dusa
At sa gitna man ng unos at bagyo
May pagluhang magpapasalamat ako sa’Yo

May dakilang tuwa, nadarama sa puso
Na ‘di batid ng iba
Ngunit sa luha ay sasaysayin ko sa’Yo

Sapagkat bawat patak ng luha ko sa’Yo’y mahalaga
Alam kong binibilang Mo sila


Alam kong papawiin Mo
At papahirin Mo ang mga luha ko
Sa pangako Mong paraiso
Ang tuwa ay nasa lahat ng dako

REPEAT CHORUS except “…sa’Yo”


Bayaang purihin Ka ng aking luha (Magpapasalamat)
Sambahin Ka sa gitna ng aking dusa (Magpakailanman)
At sa gitna man ng unos at bagyo
May pagluhang magpapasalamat ako… sa’Yo

Same as you say ''praise Him with all your Best.'' That best will pursuit you to God's mercy. I'm not preachin but say, this song will acknowledge everyone to love God with all thy heart, with all thy might and with all thy soul. This means, give your bests just for God.

Praise You with my Tears is equal to Love God. One way for you to tear is by praying. It's true. A pray from a whole hearted person cannot refuse to cry. A cry while praying means humbleness and forsaking your transgressions to forgiveness. So let say, may we praise You with our tears. But in fact, I liked this song at the first moment in time I heard this. This rock! Hehe..

But keep in mind, tearing is the only thing we can praise for. Sing for Him is one. But that song must be praiseful and must pertain holyness.

Realizing this song will lead you to cry. Just as its title. Like this and may you acknowledge by this to compose praise songs or watch ASOP, a song of praise music festival.