Isang Litrong Liwanag (A Liter of Light), is a sustainable lighting project which aims to bring the eco-friendly Solar Bottle Bulb to disprivileged communities nationwide. Designed and developed by students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Solar Bottle Bulb is based on the principles of Appropriate Technologies – a concept that provides simple and easily replicable technologies that address basic needs in developing communities.
It’s a special project! Imagine giving light to people who live in darkness and don’t have that very basic element to live in and this is a cheap and effective way to bring lights to their homes! This is a superb case study and should be taken across the globe to many places where people don’t even have basic light.
Imagine the smile’s on the faces of the people who get this new light , PRICELESS!
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Its Low Yat’s 11 Anniversary and there is a crazy sale that is going on for 3 days starting today , 15th September 2011 till the 18th of September. No, this is not one of this marketing gimmick’s!
iPad 2 for RM750 , iPad for RM480, Sony Bravia 32″ TV for RM450, Sony PSP Go for RM250 and there are heaps more for you to check our during these 3 days!
Head on to Low Yat and go take advantage of these deals!!
Internet speed and cost is purely sickening. I was in Singapore recently and i was looking at the advertisements of some providers offering 15MB speed connections for under $7o then i see this one. People in Hong Kong will be enjoying 100Mbps Internet speed at 50% of its original price. All they have to do is introduce a friend, and both of them get the half price benefit, paying only USD$13 a month each. Before you go ,no way they will be getting that kinda speeds, They’re guaranteed at least 80% of the advertised speed!
Now the amusing part :
William Yeung, Chief Executive Officer of HKBN noted that at least 32% of Internet users in Hong Kong suffer from broadband speeds below 10Mbps, and the Hong Kong special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China lags behind Korea and Japan in terms of fiber to the home service, something Yeung would like to see changed.
When 10Mb is considered suffering, they have no clue what we Malaysians suffer from! I hope the day would come when we in Malaysia too start enjoying such speeds at affordable rates. Till then we can just hope……
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During the Merdeka period there is normally a flury of promotions that flood the market. So if you are looking to stock up on domain names, Shinjiru is offering some very good rates for domain names, My friend Danny thinks its the cheapest in the market currently, so check em out HERE!
The iPhone mania hit our country when Maxis introduced the iPhones via their phone deals. I didn’t go for it because i thought it was too expensive and prices had to drop (considering the prices in other countries). Anyway, while we in Malaysia are so proud of this introduction, our brothers and sisters from across the causeway will be getting the iphone 3G S this Friday via SingTel.
How much would it cost? Continue reading »