all about information technology   Leave a comment

I think the next twenty years after or before we will see a lot of development for the computer but will we still have a keyboard and mouse ?
I recall and predict as well  seeing a new miniature  that computers(computer technology) in the future will continue to grow at an exponential rate ,technology becoming faster at a faster rate, until there is one new innovation related to computer technology that changes everything else. Rinse and repeat. I do think sadly….one thing you will probably see at least in the near future is things being more and more integrated. For example, look at Apple and their iMac line. How everything is compressed into one package. Some pc’s are going that way now even. Also, look at say linux, mac os x, and windows. How much alike are they getting? You are even able to run windows on your mac now thanks to intel processors. What you will probably see eventually is a convergence where anything can run anything.
I think computers dont have much more to go but in preattiness. And it that it still doesnt have much left. I think computers will need to get inovative, alot more confortable, use alot less Watts, bigger screens(they get cheaper to do), and alot more intergrated into the whole household…maybe thought.
Computers have just begun. It’s such a young technology that our grandchildren will wonder how we got by with only 4 core Conroes to sustain us. We are witnessing the teething stage of the life of the computer, not it’s middle-age. They will never go away and they will get better all the time. When you say they have nowhere to go except in their aesthetic appeal I personally think that you are missing something. The ultimate computers are the ones you won’t even notice. They will be in your clothes, in your wallet, in your couch and someday they will be in your body
I think if you added more keys, you might scare some people that are already intimidated by a computer. More likely, input will be better facilitated by ergonomic devices. Man can and will make more intelegent computers(software and hardware) than Man, but he’ll never make a computer to have feelings. I would guess that anyone believing that doesn’t know much about how computers work.Computer will be advantage in the businesses but it will be.
I imagine we’ll definitely see some big changes in input devices, although the idea of no keyboard or mouse seems pretty alien to me. We could conceivably see voice recognition replace a lot of input chores, although the demonstrations so far haven’t been so wonderful.
The current user experience is very friendly. The computer is still treated as a tool, but it is easy to learn about and use effectively,and more efficient than the past.
Now  we know that we made the right decision. It is really inevitable, that we must not be left behind in today’s fast-paced technology.. .Computers have become more advanced at tracking weather patternsand creating more accurate prediction models.
Will use this Flexible software will make it easy for students to create their own computer programs, Like Laptops will be small enough to slip into a vest pocket.Laptops are quiet small, full-fledged mobile devices from computer pens, mobile phones and RFID chips are fueling the nano revolutionCompositions will be written and stored on computers,home computer games been able to generate sounds and special effects, the gaming industry has grown larger than Hollywood and music labels combined and has bigger production budgets than most movies. Multi-player interactive games can be played on-line at any time of the day, worldwide.Flexible software will make it easy for students to create their own computer programs 

As the entire words, computer today’s and in the future are useful and helpful to each one of us because through

computer you can do anything that cannot do in our mind,but all of this things is in Gods will.. because God is powerful than the computer, is only a discovery of his beloved people..

r them tomorrow. And tomorrow isn’t that far away.

Today’s computers operate using transistors, wires and electricity. Future computers might use atoms, fibers and light. Personally, I don’t give a byte what makes it tick, as long as it does the job. If I could accidentally spill my coffee and not have it cost $848, that would be a cool feature.

But let us assume that you are not still bitter from a recent laptop replacement. You might stop to consider what the world might be like, if computers the size of molecules become a reality. These are the types of computers that could be everywhere, but never seen. Nano sized bio-computers that could target specific areas inside your body. Giant networks of computers, in your clothing, your house, your car. Entrenched in almost every aspect of our lives and yet you may never give them a single thought.

Understanding the theories behind these future computer technologies is not for the meek. My research into quantum computers was made all the more difficult after I learned that in light of her constant interference, it is theoretically possible my mother-in-law could be in two places at once.

If you have the heart, take a gander at the most promising new computer technologies. If not, dare to imagine the ways that billions of tiny, powerful computers will change our society. He saw the increasing demand for computer-savvy management personnel in the country. And so, Rodrigo A. Abellanosa, fresh from completing his Masters in Computer Science in the Ateneo de Manila, decided to open his own computer training center in 1988.

Abellanosa said he started the Asian College of Technology (ACT) with only half a million in investment.

“I started with only two classes, one in the afternoon and one in the evening with only 61 students then,” said Abellanosa, whose evening class students were made up of managers, who would like to learn the basics in using the computer.

Then known as Asian Computer Institute, Abellanosa occupied a space in Arcenas Building in Colon Street, Cebu City. He held classes with only him as the instructor.

His aim was to fill the growing need for more computer literate managers in the then developing urban community of Cebu.

His enrollees increased in a short time since he established the school.

“It was the time when use of computers especially office management tools like Microsoft Word and all other applications were starting to be introduced and with companies starting to hire people who are computer-savvy,” he said.

His training school became known and after only four years of operation, Abellanosa opened a second training center in barangay Bulacao, Talisay City.

“We now call that campus as ACT Talisay Campus,” he said.

Abellanosa also employs now 200 directly hired employees who help him manage the school, which has already an average annual enrollment rate of 5,000 students for both Cebu City and Talisay campuses.

In 2007, ACT opened its own building in P. Del Rosario corner Leon Kilat Street.

The school now offers not only information technology related courses like computer science and computer engineering but also courses which include Business Administration, Hospitality Management and Caregiving.

It also offers Nursery, Kinder, Grade School and Secondary Education.

This June, ACT will also offer culinary courses through its partnership with the American International Culinary and Hospitality Institute (AICHI) headed by Romeo J. Briones, Jr. who is the Institute Director.

Abellanosa said that ACT has already come a long way not only with it’s course offerings but also with the recognition it received over the years.

“We were awarded as Best I.T. School for five straight years now starting in 2005 by the National Council for Product and Service Quality,” said Abellanosa.

Abellanosa attributed the school’s success to its state-of-the-art facilities like the large computer laboratory.

His future plans include making the school the best hospitality school in Cebu.

He said he already started making this goal happen with his partnership with AICHI.

He also has one of the best facilities for the hospitality students where they could do hands-on trainings like the hotel rooms and state of the art culinary kitchen patterned after the kitchen layout of the popular Japanese television cooking show “Iron Chef”.


ACT has also partnered with a Japanese company that supplies games and animation to global gaming companies like Playstation and Nintendo to improve the quality of the school’s IT education


Posted February 10, 2011 by jayrdomingo in Uncategorized

letting go!   Leave a comment

1. “When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us.” – Alexander Graham Bell

2. “We can never turn back the pages of time, though we may wish to relive a happy moment, or say goodbye just one last time, we never can, because the sands of time continue to fall, and we can’t turn the hourglass over.” – Unknown

3. “Some of us think holding on makes us strong, but sometimes it is letting go.” — Herman Hesse

4. “One problem with gazing too frequently into the past is that we may turn around to find the future has run out on us.” – Michael Cibenko

5. All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.” – Havelock Ellis

6. “In everyone’s life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit.” – Albert Schweitzer

7. “Change is never easy, you fight to hold on, and you fight to let go.” – The Wonder Years

8. “There’s no need to miss someone from your past- There’s a reason they didn’t make it to your future” – Unknown

9. “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.” –Headstone

10. “Every exit is an entry somewhere.” –Tom Stoppard

11. “True love doesn’t have a happy ending, because true love never ends. Letting go is one way of saying I love you.” – Unknown

12. “There are things that we never want to let go of, people we never want to leave behind. But keep in mind that letting go isn’t the end of the world, it’s the beginning of a new life.” –Unknown

13. “Hanging onto resentment is letting someone you despise live rent-free in your head.” –Ann Landers

14. “We need in love to practice only this: letting each other go. For holding on comes easily–we do not need to learn it.” – Rainer Maria Rilke

15. “Every breath is an opportunity to receive and let go. I receive love and I let go of pain.” –Brenda MacIntyre

16. “When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.” – Lao Tzu

17. “Sometimes you have to let go to see if there was anything worth holding on to.” –Anonymous

18. “Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.” – Dr. Seuss

19. “We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the life that is waiting for us.” – Joseph Campbell

20. “The Tao Te Ching says, When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. When I let go of what I have, I receive what I need. Have you ever struggled to find work or love, only to find them after you have given up? This is the paradox of letting go. Let go, in order to achieve.Letting go is God’s law.” – Mary Manin Morrissey

Posted February 8, 2011 by jayrdomingo in Uncategorized



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letting the person you truly love go can be the biggest mistakes of your life..   3 comments



Posted September 13, 2010 by jayrdomingo in Uncategorized