A few weeks ago, I stumbled across another new interesting Myanmar blog on the internet. Diary of IT Men is a blog of a group of IT professionals from Myanmar. It started just a few months ago but I found a lot of interesting and useful articles on computer, internet and IT technology. The blog is hosted as a sub domain on myanmarbloggers.org. No, don’t go and try to find the website for www.myanmarbloggers.org. The website does not exist. But I found a number of subdomains on myanmarbloggers.org. The purpose of the domain name is to overcome the firewall set up by the Myanmar ISPs. [.....]
A few months ago, I posted an article on a simple and easy way to insert an image into gmail message. Everybody knows that it is difficult to insert an image into a gmail message directly. Many people found it very useful and I am pleased to be able to help you all. Many people give me some neat, useful and easy ways to insert images and pictures into gmail messages. I will sum up some of them here. [.....]
I recently stumbled upon an interesting Myanmar personal blog on the web. The blogger is Myo Kyaw Htun, a Myanmar computer and IT professional from Mandalay. He is currently working as a PHP programmer in Bangkok, Thailand. He set up his personal blog mainly as an IT related blog. I found many interesting and useful articles on his blog and here, I share his blog to all my readers. [.....]
Than Zin Hlaing is a new Myanmar mp3 download website. Although this site has not as many collection of Myanmar mp3 songs as myanmarmp3.net, there are quite a number of albums here that worth listening to. Moreover, there is an online radio station where you can listen to many Myanmar songs. I believe in a few months time, this site will have many more songs than now. [.....]
Here is a great site for those who love U-Boats, those fearsome German submarines which gain popularity as well as notoriety during the World War 2. U Boats always fascinate those young boys in their child hood. When they become adults, most of them, like me, still have affection to these U Boats. This is the site for those people. Find out everything, anything, you ever want to know about U Boats. [.....]
Hi all dear friends. Happy New Year 2008. Another new year again. And another year. I don’t know what is awaiting us in 2008, but I am hoping for the best for all. Well, anyway, 2007 indeed was a pretty exciting year for all of us.
Yesterday, I was greeting 2008 in Nakhonpathom, that is a province 56 Km from Bangkok. Quite a large town. I was staying in my wife’s house for the New Year night. I didn’t go out, just stayed at home, as I was not so keen to go out at night, especially around New Year as people are more or less drunk. [.....]
Here is a video I took in Mindat, a town in southern Chin State, Myanmar, Burma.
I bought my first digital camera in August 2004 while I was in Thailand. It was Canon A-75, a 3 mega pixel camera. It cost around 12,000 baht at that time, which is quite expensive for todayâs standard, but quite inexpensive at that time. (Digital cameras three years ago were still not cheap). Since then, it has been with me everywhere I travelled, taking thousands of photos of all those memorable moments. It was small but produced great pictures. (I mean good quality photos). It always felt ease in my hand with all the controls at comfortable places. Moreover, it used four AA size batteries so I could buy spare batteries anywhere if I ran out of power, which was a great comfort in a country like Myanmar where there is no regular electricity. [.....]
Dear friends, I am sorry to tell you that I will be away from Yangon for a while, to a place where there is no internet. I won’t be able to add new posts to this blog for a few weeks but will add new posts as soon as I can use the internet. Thank you for visiting my blog.