Friday, August 28, 2009

Rumor said the iTablet is Coming Soon?

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Every single release of Apple products disturbs the world peace, even if it's just a rumor!

Rumor 1 said: "Apple will announce a 12 or 13-inch tablet in the fall of this year. Most likely in the September or October time frame. It will run the full Mac OS X and have a slot loading SuperDrive, an "iPhone-type" GPS chip and an Intel Core Duo processor, presumably Intel's Atom."

Rumor 2 responded: "speculation of the tablet being introduced during the September event are flat out wrong. The Apple Tablet would not see the light of day until the first part of 2010."

Every single release of Apple products brings a debate between those craving it and those mocking it, even if it's just a rumor!

The pros said: "Good design as usual. Perfect combination of beauty and technology. Looks cool but it needs to be very durable and ideally with bluetooth only and bullet proof screen."

The cons said: "No big difference from iPhone but just bigger screen. Still the irremovable battery and exclusive software. Will not buy unless it's cheap."

Every single release of Apple products does promote the sales of existing products, that is true and no matter it is a rumor or not. To buy or not to, that's your question; to win or not to, do you think Apply will fail?!

The fabled iTablet pictures:




Now we can at least talk something real and practical about the flash(SWF) to MP4 conversion for the playback on your iPod or iPhone.

It's very easy to realize, what you need is just a Moyea SWF to iPod Converter or Moyea SWF to iPhone Converter.

Happy converting and let's just witness the birth of iTablet, if we are lucky!

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Do You Want to Be a Millionaire?

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1. What is a Howdah?

2. What is the 4th favorite drink of President Lyndon B Johnson except coffee, tea and coke?

3. According to superstition, how many years of bad luck will you get if you break a mirror?

Don't be depressed if you don't know the answers to the above weird questions. Many other people don't know either, so they turn to internet for help and that's why those questions are always in the top list of most-searched stuff.

And if you know the answers, congratulations, you are on the way towards becoming a millionaire!

No kidding here, and that's all the popular program named Who Wants to Be a Millionaire about. This hot program is hosted by Meredith Vieira and all the things you have to do is just to answer millions of questions related to mathematics, astronomy, geography, medical, anatomy, zoology, botany, criminology, sociology, anthropology……any question you can imagine about any aspect. You have three lifelines: 50:50, phone-a-friend and ask the audience and you have 30 seconds to answer each question.

When you answered all the 15 questions correctly, $1 million dollars is yours, but when lost one, you are penniless. Tempted to try your luck and knowledge? Go to their website right now and play online! And wish you the next millionaire!

Check the video clip below about Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and see how they play. Have fun!

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Monday, August 24, 2009

Convert Flash to MP4 for Playback on iPod

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No matter where you and your iPod are, that's easy and enough to enjoy your favorite flashes(SWF) downloaded from internet but to be watched on your iPod.

That sounds cool and we have something cooler to introduce in this article later about the tricks you may not know to upload those converted files to iPod.

Get tempted? Follow along and it will reveal.

I. Convert flash to MP4 customized for iPod.

Step 1: Open Moyea SWF to iPod Converter, input SWF files either from your computer or grab online, or from many other options.

input swf file

Step 2: Click "Export" and choose MP4 as the target file format.

choose flash to mp4 conversion

Step 3: Click "Convert" to start the flash to MP4 conversion process.

start the flash to mp4 conversion

II. Upload the converted MP4 files to iPod.

iPod and iTunes are the most intimate friends in the electronics world, so are the other Apple products. As the only gateway for inputting music, videos, pictures, broadcasts, etc to iPod, iTunes has been playing a very powerful and important role for a long time and it will always do. However, some complains come out. iTunes is too big, iTunes is too complicated, iTunes slows down my computer and why iTunes has to be connected with iPod?!

Well, there is a problem, there is a way! SharePod was designed from the start to be a lightweight, quick and responsive program to free your iPod from iTunes. It allows you to change(add/remove), edit, backup and share all your music and videos directly in iPod and it also supports for iPhone and iTouch.

With no unnecessary complicated features, SharePod just brings you an easy way to enjoy your audio and video collections.

If you are interested, please visit its official website to know more.

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Commemoration of Bob Novak and Don Hewitt

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Aug, 18th, 2009, Robert David Sanders "Bob" Novak, a syndicated columnist, televison personality, journalist and conservative political commentator passed away because of brain tumor in Washington DC, aged 78.

Highlights of Bob Novak's career:

1. Mr. Novak is a columnist writing one of the longest-running syndicated columns in the nation called Inside Report since 1963.

2. Mr. Novak travelled to China in 1978 and had an exclusive interview with Deng Tsiao-Peng, which opened the way for normalization of U.S.-China relations.

3. Mr. Novak has written for most of the nation's periodicals and is currently a contributing editor for Reader's Digest.

4. Mr. Novak was a commentator for the Cable News Network (CNN) for 25 years and he is also a commentator for FOX News.

5. Mr. Novak is the 2001 winner of the National Press Club's "Fourth Estate" award for lifetime achievement in journalism.

Just one day after, on Aug, 19th, 2009, another extraordinary American television news producer and executive, the creator of 60 Minutes, the only news program to ever been the nation's top-ranked television program for five times under Mr. Donald Shepard Hewitt's leadership, died, aged 86.

Highlights of Don Hewitt's career:

1. Mr. Hewitt directed the first network television newscast, with anchor Douglas Edwards, on May 3, 1948.

2. Mr. Hewitt produced the first televised presidential debate, in 1960 between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon.

3. Mr. Hewitt first used cue cards for news anchors, a forerunner of the electronic TelePrompTer executive producer of the first half-hour network TV newscast, anchored by Walter Cronkite, starting in 1963.

4. Mr. Hewitt is the first to use superimpose type on the bottom of the television screen.

5. Mr. Hewitt created "60 Minutes" and was the show's executive producer for 36 years.

Special thanks to them for bringing us the truths behind news and letting us see the real world. Wish them well and rest in peace!

Sunday, August 16, 2009

2009 Back-To-School Offer With Up to $20 Off On Moyea SWF Converters

Shenzhen P.R.C, Aug 12th, 2009, Moyea Software Co., Ltd. ( a rising developer of flash applications for the internet and multimedia software, officially announce that its Moyea SWF Converter family is now on 2009 back-to-school offer with high discount rates (up to 29%).

The SWF Converters for this back-to-school offer include Moyea SWF to Video Converter Std, Moyea SWF4Tube Converter, SWF to MPEG Converter, SWF to 3GP Converter, SWF to iPod Converter, SWF to iPhone Converter, SWF to PSP Converter, SWF to Zune Converter and SWF to Apple TV Converter.

Information about this offered SWF converters:

Moyea SWF to Video Converter Std is an professional SWF converter that can perfectly convert SWF with embedded or linked FLV file, the local or online SWF and interactive SWF to video formats like converting SWF to AVI, and converting SWF to video/audio/image in other formats like MP4, FLV, WMV, MOV, MPEG, 3GP, MP3, VOB, and so on for playback on iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, PSP, cell phone, Zune, Pocket PC, DVD player, website, etc.

Moyea SWF4Tube Converter, SWF to MPEG Converter, SWF to 3GP Converter, SWF to iPod Converter, SWF to iPhone Converter, SWF to PSP Converter, SWF to Zune Converter and SWF to Apple TV Converter are mainly focused on some specific SWF conversions indicated. Besides, they allow users to convert SWF to audio in variety of formats as well.

How Moyea SWF Converters work for students and other users?

Back-to-School time, students go back to their schools again and are eager to find a tool for their coming term’s study and entertainment. Students now are exposed to Internet resource more than ever, which allow them to grab useful information online and save it in a proper format for future reference. This SWF Converters are exactly designed for this. They make the way easier to grab what they need in SWF format online and then convert to other video/audio/image formats that can be played on popular portable devices like Cell phone, iPod, iPhone, PSP, BlackBerry, DVD player etc.

What is a big deal of this back-to-school offer?

Moyea SWF to Video Converter Std, only $49.95 now versus the original $69.95. Immediately save $20!

Moyea SWF4Tube Converter, only $49.95 now versus the original $59.95. Immediately save $10!

All other one-type SWF converters mentioned above, only $39.95 now versus the original $49.95. Immediately save $10!

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