Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Moving ...


Thank you for dropping by.

I am moving to http://hengdara.wordpress.com/

See you there!

Friday, June 08, 2007

M Back!

Hi there,

How are you doing?

It's been a long time since my last update. Well, many things come up, I have to say.
Now I am in PP, Cambodia. PP changed a lot during my absence.

I am going to update my blog soon!

Stay Tune ...

Saturday, December 09, 2006

openSUSE 10.2 in Khmer

Novell just released its open source operating system called openSUSE 10.2 on Dec, 7th.

With this version we can install and run this operating system in Khmer out of the box.

I was impressed with this great distribution. Not only because all the menus and stuffs are in Khmer but also the KDE 3.5.5 user interface is very good and look a like to Micro$oft Windows Vista user interface.
There are a lot of changes in this release and I wish I have enough time to explore and experience all the functionalities.

I'd like to thank to all people at KhmerOS and people at openSUSE who had made this happen.
This really means a lot to me as well as to those Khmer people who wish to learn and use computer in our mother tongue.

installation screenshoot (vmware workstation)

up and running 1

up and running 2

24 Hours Non-Stop Handcuffed Swimming

Mr. Matt Frame who lives in Sihanouk Ville for 2 years, will challenge an incredible quest called "24 hours non-stop handcuffed swimming" on this coming Christmas day in Sihanouk Ville, Cambodia.

He does this not to break a record or something but to raise money to help poor Cambodian children.

More information about this challenge as well as more about Mr. Matt Frame can be found at http://www.joebodia.com/

Sunday, November 19, 2006

O mortals, what is love?

O mortals, what is love? That binds beyond life on earth?

To all corners, in pair we fly... braving summer and winter, by and by...

Union is bliss, parting is woe, agony is boundless, for a lovelorn soul, sweetheart...

Give me word, trail of clouds drifting forward...

And mountains capped with snow, whither shall my lonesome shadow go?

(Excerpt from my favourite chinese martial art novel "Return of the condor hero")

(image source: http://wuxiapedia.com)