Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu – First Episode Review

Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu

Ahh~ new Love comedy series~ Finally.

Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu or The Secret of Nogizaka Haruka is about romance between her and Ayase Yuuto. The story starting when he found out about her secret, that is she actually an Akiba-kei (Akiba way) or also known as an anime otaku/fan. And since then their story begin.

Haruka-chan is sooo kawaiii~ and her reaction too~ I probably gonna collect this series closely~ I don’t think I would kept reviewing this though. (Usually this kind of stuff has a light stories and mostly comedy anyway) So it’s better if I just give my general review later on.

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Classic MS Windows Pranks

Someone e-mail me these pranks, quite classic~ XD how nostalgic~ I remember Eru has made better networked pranks apps~ those popping CD-ROM and wild screen~ whew~ suddenly I got nostalgic about my college.

1. The Restart Remap

We start with one sure to throw off even the most advanced Windows user. Setup is simple and you need only a few seconds alone on someone’s computer. When you get a chance, sneak over and right-click your pal’s icon to Internet Explorer or some other commonly used program. Edit the properties and change the target to: “%windir%\system32\shutdown.exe -r -t 00″ Now, every time your buddy tries to run IE, his machine will mysteriously restart — and your laughter will instantly result.

2. Startup Folder Fun

While we’re on the topic of system startups, the Windows Startup folder is a fantastic place for fun. Create a text file with an amusing message and throw it in there so your cubicle mate will get a daily greeting — or, if you really want to get evil, add in the restart shortcut from above (not recommended unless you just want to get your ass kicked).

3. Disappearing Desktop

A classic computer prank never goes out of style. The desktop image trick has been around for a bit, but rest assured: There are plenty of unsuspecting victims still to be found. Just head over to an unattended computer, minimize all the windows, and hit the Print Screen key. Paste the captured image into any graphic editing program — even Microsoft Paint will do — then save the file and set it as the desktop background. Then, all you have to do is hide the actual icons on the desktop — put them in a folder somewhere — and your victim will try endlessly to click the nonexistent icons, which are actually just part of the background image. For another variation, leave one program open when you capture the screen and watch as the person tries to click on it, type in it, and close it to no avail.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: First Look Review

Though I’m having time problem to review anime (mind you that I HAVE to rewatch and capturing the scene) somehow I still manage to get my hand on this

At Last the sequel of my favourite strategy game, the Final Fantasy Tactics Advance 2. There’s a quite an improvement, but I think the DS dual screen is very helping, especially for monitoring the “Oh! so many stats!” of a strategy game.
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Speak Gently

Speak Gently
Author Unknown
Jun 23 2008

Speak gently. It is better by far
to rule by love than fear.
Speak gently. Let no harsh word mar
the good you may do here.

Speak gently to the young, for they
will have enough to bear;
pass through this life as best they may,
’tis full of anxious care.

Speak gently to the aged one
Grieve not the care-worn heart,
whose sand of life are nearly run,
let such in peace depart.

Speak gently, kindly to the poor,
let no harsh tone be heard.
They have enough they must endure
without an unkind word.

Speak gently…’tis a little thing
dropped in the heart’s deep well;
The good, the joy that it may bring
eternity shall tell.

quoted from
“F O O D F O R T H O U G H T”.