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Why Website Designers Are Not Programmers

An average user will just view and go through your website, use the programs, and play the games that you’ve written. But they don’t really see or even care about the grueling process you have to go through to write them. Programming is about knowing if not mastering tens of languages so they could instruct the computer to do things. Up to this, web design and programming doesn’t conflict the idea. However, what programming stands for is telling the computer to do something using a language like C++ to communicate with the computer, since the computer is just a dumb crappy thing that only understands 0 and 1. Web coding, also uses a language called HTML or Hypertext Markup Language, which is also a set of instructions that can be understood in human language. While that is true for both, coding for the web only uses the language to “interact with the browser” and no actual compiling and/or interpreting is done. In logic, you do not tell computer what to do, instead you tell the browser what to do, and then the browser tells the computer what to do. In plain understandable English, I meant: programming is harder than creating websites “from scratch” which is already hard. Down the road, it gets easier as you learn several languages, since all of them does the same thing. Lets take a conditional statement as an example; In Visual Basic, it is; if…then…else…end if In C++, that is; if(condition){code to execute}else{code to execute} Plus a number of variations from earlier versions and different languages. But the logic stays that same that it’s a conditional statement similarly “if the condition isn’t met, you do this, or else you do that.” This article’s purpose is only to explain why web designers aren’t programmers, and not even be an introduction to programming. If it is a comfort, you can Google C++or Visual Basic tutorials to find places where you can learn programming.

Review of Samsung I7110 Mobile Phone

Ah, the mobile phone. It’s the culmination of decades of evolution in technology and consumer demand. Buyers have always asked for more, and eventually, mobile phone manufacturers delivered. The market is now so saturated with mobile devices that choosing the right phone for your specific set of needs is a daunting task. Fortunately, for you, Samsung has developed do-everything phone to fill that hole in your mobile life that no other phone can plug. Ladies and gents, we’re proud to give you the i7110. The i7110 is a serious phone. It builds on the styling of the beautifully designed Soul b and adds a whole boatload of features to make a new superphone that is ready to compete with the biggest and baddest from other manufacturers. The first thing you’ll notice about the phone is its striking design. The dark, brushed steel housing with matte black accents looks really slick. The image that comes to mind is a stately automobile. It’s got nice lines that draw you in and just asks for glances from across the room. The front of the device is predominantly screen. It’s a very generous 2.6 inches on the diagonal. It’s like staring out a plate glass window, no kidding. The controls are simple, particularly given the features of the device. The front has the standard keypad with a 5-way d-pad, two softkeys, and dedicated keys to call and hang-up. The left edge is pretty bare with just the volume keys and headset/charging port. On the right edge, you have the microSD slot a dedicated camera key for the on-board 5-megapixel camera, and a single shortcut key. The i7110 is just as impressive under the hood as it is outside. For starters, the phone is quadband with additional support for the HSDPA 900/2100 standard. You can go anywhere in the world with this phone, and as long as there’s a mobile carrier in that country, you will stay connected. If you need to browse the Internet and don’t want to drain your wallet with carrier charges, e 17110 has WiFi connectivity as well. Couple these with the internal Bluetooth radio and a laptop, and you have instant connectivity anywhere you have a carrier signal. Connectivity on the device was smooth and seamless. As soon as I was able to find a location with 3G or WiFi connectivity, browsing pages. checking email and watching videos was no problem at all. Calls were just as good, with excellent signal quality even when on the move. The speaker is comfortably loud even at lower volume levels, and the other end heard every word clearly. The OLED, 256K color, 240 x 320 pixel, 2.6-inch screen really lend itself to viewing pictures and images. DivX video compatibility means that with a little converting, you can actually watch whole movies rather comfortably when there’s a lull in your travels. Navigating through the menus is simpler with an optical trackpad to flip the cursor across the screen or into menus. Speaking of menus, Samsung finally heeded the call of many of their loyal users. They’ve streamlined the interface and adapted the Symbian S60 operating system. As a bonus, the menu system is easier than ever to use. Anyone who has ever used a Symbian phone in the past will take to the i7110 like a duck to water. If you’re into snapshots, the i7110 is happy to indulge with a 5-megapixel camera and dual-LED flash. Picture quality is expectedly great, with excellent clarity and the least blurring. Low-light photos are a little washed out when the flash is used, but for occasional pictures, it will serve. Videos are equally great. Videos in VGA resolution are taken at a respectable 30FPS and QVGA footage is at a quick 120FPS, and clear as crystal. Video storage is handled by 50MB of internal storage, though if that’s not enough for you, microSD expandability will gladly pick up the slack. If you ever find yourself lost, the i7110 will give you a hand with internal GPS. While we weren’t able to test this feature extensively, we did confirm that the feature works, and since the phone runs Symbian, you can just find yourself some GPS software online and go get lost. Overall, the i7110 is a superb phone. It puts together eye- grabbing good looks and the features to back it up. It has a robust operating system, solid hardware and (finally) a familiar, easy-to-use interface. It’s like Samsung has listened to everything everyone had to say about the device and put it in one phone. It’s a great example of what mobile phones have become, and comes highly recommended to anyone who’s in the market for a new phone.

Sony VAIO N Series 160GB Laptop Review Model: VGN-N395E/B

When you are looking for a new laptop you will need to ensure that it has all of the necessary features and technologies to provide you the best experience. With the advancements in mobile technology, laptops are quickly becoming just as advanced as their larger counterparts. The Sony VAIO N Series 160GB Laptop, Model: VGN-N395E/B has been outfitted with the latest in mobile computing technology as well as a sophisticated design. This laptop is perfect for business professionals, students, musicians and other users who require a high-performance platform. Product Ratings: User-Friendliness: 4/5 Stars Processor Quality: 4.5/5 Stars Product Features: 4.5/5 Stars Overall Rating: 4.5/5 Stars Product Overview: This Sony VAIO N Series Laptop is one of my personal favorites, because it has a very modern exterior design, which is nice on the eyes, but the internal functions of this laptop were carefully planned and beautifully executed. With the Intel Core 2 Duo Processor you will find an increase in productivity and computer speed without draining your battery power. The hard drive features 160GB of space, which is twice the average for personal laptop computers. This hard drive can easily store your digital music and video files while still leaving you plenty of room for various files and programs. You will be able to easily create DVDs and CDs through the dual-layer optical drive. There are numerous writing speeds that you can select, depending the project you are burning. However, it is the display that I find really exciting. With a 15.4-inch LCD display, this screen has been designed for those who take their visual entertainment seriously. With a 1280 x 800 pixels resolution, you will be able to enjoy high-definition images, which is really noticeable during game play or when watching a movie. The operating system for this computer is the Windows Vista Home Premium Edition. This unique and highly adaptive operating system is one of the coolest visually, and it really helps you navigate throughout your computer with ease. There are also various connectivity options within this laptop. There are two USB 2.0 ports, 1 FireWire port and various memory card options. You will be able to connect to the internet through several different methods. There is a 56K modem port, for those who wish to surf in old-school style. You can instantly connect to the internet through the 802.11a/b/g wireless interface. Price and Availability: This Sony VAIO N Series Laptop can be purchased online and through electronics retail stores. The average price for this computer is $880.

Developing a System for Keyword Research

It’s really important for a website owner to develop an excellent keyword system for keyword research. Many people use a popular keyword system that narrow down and refine the keyword research. This is a three step system that includes various tools for keyword research. The three step process can appear complicated or overwhelming to someone that’s new to keyword research. It helps to find a micro niche and find profitable keywords for that niche. Step 1 Go to Google Adwords Keyword Tool for keyword ideas. Step 2 Go to SEO Book Keyword tool and enter the keyword or phrase. The SEO Book keyword tool will reveal how many people are searching for that particular keyword or phrase. Step 3 Use the keyword phrase in Google to check for competing websites. Entering the keyword in Google will show the competing pages and chance to see what the competition is promoting. The key is to take this information and make a better website. The goal with keyword research is to find a keyword with a lot of searches and low competition. Profitable keywords will convert the traffic into sales which is the goal of affiliate marketers. There are methods for getting traffic to a website but can be costly. Also, the three step keyword system is easy to learn. The three step keyword system could be a strategy that not right for your business. But, it’s important to develop a plan or a strategy that will work for you. If you don’t have a plan then you will not be able to test keywords. It helps to track keywords to see how well the keywords perform. It will take a lot of time to focus on campaigns that have too much competition and very little searches. Moreover, this will result in fewer sales and less profits. Eventually, you will find target keywords for your website but the keywords still need to be monitor. You are watching to see which keywords will convert into a sale. When you find out the profitable keywords then take that keyword and launch other campaigns that drive traffic for those keywords to your website. Overtime you will learn that specific keywords will convert into sales more than other keywords. There are three types of visitors to your website. The visitors are buyers, casual surfers, and information seekers. It’s important to identify the people that are visiting your website. This information should be use to build campaigns that will encourage the buyer to make a purchase. Keyword research is a building process and will become easier with more keyword campaigns. The three step keyword system is the first step at learning more about internet marketing.