华 语 BT 下 载

November 18, 2007 at 9:26 pm | Posted in P2P | Leave a comment

Hanging out a couple of friends from China… collected a few Chinese BT web sites that have most of up-to-date Chinese and American Movies (in Chinese Subtitle).

請用 BitComet 下載以上影片



Australians Embrace Open Source Browser

November 15, 2007 at 8:55 pm | Posted in Software | Leave a comment


While Internet Explorer, which comes bundled with the Windows Operating System, remains the most widely-used browser in the world. One in three Oceania region were using Firefox now…. The power of Open Source!

New York City Underground

November 15, 2007 at 3:39 pm | Posted in NYC | Leave a comment

You feel subway trains rumbling under your feet and see them passing over your heads… but what lays beneath the subway tunnels?


Beijing And London’s Olympic Stadium

November 9, 2007 at 12:59 pm | Posted in 神州 | Leave a comment

Beijing 2008 Olympic is coming soon… and London reveals its 2012 Olympic stadium model. Do they look the same? One looks like a birdsnest and the other looks like a noodlesoup bowl.

Beijing Birdsnest – Dec. 2003 ~ Mar. 2008

London Noodlebowl – Apr. 2008 ~ 2012

Export Emails From Outlook and Thunderbird To Apple Mail

November 8, 2007 at 5:38 pm | Posted in Apple | Leave a comment

Got my first Mac years ago, here is my technote to export all my emails from Windows to Apple Mail…

  • On the PC, install Mozilla Thurderbird (skid this if your computer already has Thunderbird mail)
  • In Mozilla Thurderbird, select Tools, Import, and then select the Mail radio button. Select Outlook from the next dialog box and your Outlook email will be imported (email will remain within the correct folders).
  • Go to Documents and Settings, under your Local Profiles folder somewhere. Chose Outlook folder and Thurderbird mail folder. Rename both inbox files to inbox.mbox.
  • Copy the .mbox files to the desktop of your Mac (using a network is easier, although burning them on to a CD will work too). For easier management, add them to a desktop folder called ‘Imported mail’ or something similar. Files with a .mbox extension will be shown with a mailbox icon.
  • On the Mac, drag each .mbox icon (i.e. each folder you used in Outlook) from the desktop to Entourage (if you don’t have Entouage, install from Microsoft Office for Mac) or its icon in the Dock, and click Import on the dialog box that appears.
  • Repeat step 5 for each .mbox file you want to import into Entourage.
  • Then open Mail, choose import from Entourage. You’re allset!

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