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Pembajakan Is Not (Equal To) Stealing

Judul yang provokatif, biarlah..namanya juga opini …

Sejak kemarin, blog ini saya tambahkan sticky text diatas berwarna merah, yang intinya tidak ada COPYRIGHT di dalam ISLAM. Mengapa saya membuat text tersebut diatas menjadi salah satu penegasan di blog ini, karena pertama “Saya orang Islam yang ingin terus mengkaji Islam sesuai bidang ilmu saya”. Kedua , this thing, a software, articles, post piracy, almost been a popular themes on many smart people debates subject.

Mengapa saya mengatakan pembajakan bukan pencurian ?? Pertama secara konsep, Pencurian adalah proses mengambil barang , hak orang lain menjadi barang dan atau hak sendiri tanpa diketahui/diberi ijin untuk itu. Sedangkan pembajakan/piracy atau whatever orang yahudi sebut (istilah ini besar dari sono) adalah proses penjiplakan, dari sebuah tulisan, software, ide dan lain lain, tanpa menghilangkan sang ide, software, hak, atau tulisan tersebut dari posisi awalnya sebagai tulisan-saya, software-buatan-saya, i…

Backing Up Your Data - Do's and Don't and How To's

About the Author
Korey Bachelder is the owner of MediaRECOVER, a provider of data recovery software and restore service provider. When your backups fail (or you failed to make one), MediaRECOVER software will get your important information and images back from virtually any storage medium.

We all know we're supposed to back up data. Sometimes we might actually do so. Backing up your data is important, and yet it is often a neglected part of using computers. Data can be lost rather easily. Human error, a virus, or simply a computer crash can wipe out important documents, photos, contact lists and more.

Backing up your data is important to everyone, not just businesses. Imagine all those photos you took of your children growing up, now sitting on your hard drive. What about your video and music collection? Perhaps you've heard about entire collections of documents lost from your friends' or coworkers' computers. The stories are haunting. All those years of searching an…

Data Loss and Data Recovery

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James Walsh is a freelance writer and copy editor. If you are concerned about data loss and would like more information on Data Recovery see

All computers are powered by a tiny silicon processor that carries millions of transistors too small to be seen with naked human eyes. The unique feature of the processor is that it can combine the power of the transistors to carry out a huge amount of calculations per second. This is what gives computers their incomparable computing power. Digital devices run a variety of software to harness this power and are able to surpass humans and mechanical devices in terms of performance and quality of work done.

Computers generate a large amount of data during their routine operations. To keep this data safe and sound even after the machine has been switched off, a number of data-storage devices have been invented. These differ widely in storage capacity, shape and size as well as price. Their capa…

Spy Cams and What They Could Do to You

When talking of spy cams, one of the initial things that you would perhaps consider is James Bond films, possibly even conspiracy movies when you possess a mind that entertains such thoughts. Yet needless to say, they're not as out-of-this-world as Hollywood makes them to be. They're only surveillance cameras that are smaller than what we commonly notice. As a matter of fact, spy cams aren't meant to be noticed. That's why they're commonly little then put in casings made to look like the dullest objects such as ballpens, watches, lipsticks, sunglasses, even buttons.

An Overview of Specialty Fluorochemicals

Author : Stephanie Larkin is a freelance writer who writes about issues and topics pertaining to the use of chemicals such as Fluorochemicals .

Fluorine has a number of chemical properties that make it particularly desirable for a wide variety of different industrial, commercial, and even medical applications. In particular, it is the most electronegative and the most highly reactive of all the elements, and readily forms compounds with all elements except for the three lightest noble gases. One particularly useful property of fluorine is that it forms strong and stable covalent bonds with carbon.

Due to these important and highly useful chemical properties, specialty fluorochemicals have numerous applications in a range of industries. The addition of fluorine or fluorine substituents improves the desirable qualities of an amazingly wide variety of compounds including pharmaceuticals, plastics, elastomers, and surfactants.

One of the most well-known uses of fluorine is the addition of…