Recently a friend of mine shared a new technology installed at his office that really caught my attention. The technology is called leaky cable. It is a coaxial cable that has small sections of its copper shielding stripped away to allow radio frequency (RF) signals to escape. The radio signal is emitted through those slots to communicate with other devices, providing a stable limited-range communication area around the cable.
Few weeks ago, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) announced that we now can easily check our CCRIS record online. Meaning that we do not need to go to BNM each time we need to request it. It is now available from their website.
I managed to register it last week. The registration was very simple, pretty much the same like we did for our Maybank2u or CIMBClicks. All we need is a registered and active mobile number, and it is a one time registration. Means that we just need to go to BNM to register the mobile number, then you can download the CCRIS record online for the rest of your life.
I will need to dig deeper on digital marketing soon due to a new up coming project. Search engine optimization, keywords, unique contents, online ads and many more. I will test it on this website and will share it here. I am sure this will boost visits for my website as well.
That’s right. I moved the server that hosted this website again. This time back to Europe, to my all-time favourite provider, RamNode. The server is now located at Alblasserdam, Netherlands. I had no issue on the migration at all, thanks to the power of WordPress. The server is very impressive as well. A very fast one, just as fast as I host here at Aims KL.
Today I just got to know one important features that is available in RAID. When one of the hard drives in a RAID fails, the hot spare hard drive which is in idle or standby mode, will immediately switched into operation and replaces it without the need of system shutdowns.