Annie, the review


After waiting for a long time, finally I watched my first live Broadway musical. Here, I will describe my view about the show. Don’t worry as I will not spoil anything from the show.

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Why I Do Not Trust Critics That Much


So I saw the movie, Warcraft: The Beginning, and also a review by an Indonesian reviewer in Indonesian TechInAsia. I was rather sad that the reviewer point out so much negativity in the movie. I do appreciate that he was non-fan, but IMHO so many point he made was some kind of affected by other. Continue reading “Why I Do Not Trust Critics That Much”

Gamification

Would it still be effective today? I have done a little research on it and here is what I had found.


Gamification is a process of designing a non-gaming context with game design. It was introduced back in 2002. Would it still be effective today? I have done a little research on it and here is what I had found.

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DNA Mapping


Hello! I had this idea when IPv6 firstly intorduced. I put this here now because recently I talked about inventions and reaearch with my coworker.

Imagine of there is a DNA database. It stores the DNA information in your body. Your specification and uniqueness. Not exactly how you are, but more like what you really are when you are born.

The next part is what if we had a scanner. It can scan the DNA of living being just like a barcode scanner. DNA db is expanded and even all species and kinds of living being is stored. You can scan your friend and people around you. You can know whether they are a fugitive or a kind man. Even better you can know what kind of insects dwelling in your garden. You can be proud of if a rare species exists there!

Further more,what if every devices is mappex with your DNA? You can have limitless or limited to certain number of devices. Lost devices can be found easily.

Let us not stop right there. You can have a smart home. Your refigerator is having your DNA address and only you and your family can access it. Your dog feeder will only give food when your dog asks for it. Even your room, your private room can only be accessed by yourself. Hacking will be harder then.

Gun selling will be easily tracked. Each guns can be used only by the registered DNA owner. Even ammo will have track of DNA to see who is the one making the bullet.

Everything is mapped. You own your own things. Surely you can still share because you can add other DNA as authorized user of your things. Would everything be easy?

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Scientist Funeral Speech


It is funny when we thought that someone is dead and we are all wrong. If we make an inspection, we know that the person is dead when his heart stops beating. It is quite true if we call the person is dead. Somehow, there are things that make them is not dead at all.

Technically, we store every memories with the person we love. Nerves that we have can easily triggers the memories. Sight will bring back the love memories. Smell will bring back the sad and romantic memories. And if someone had blood bonds biologically is a half copy of the dead person. In some extreme ways, the bone cells can be used, though to make a DNA copy and recreate the dead person.

Technically, we are emanating energy to everything around us. Those energies are some stored in people around us, specially those who are close to us. Remember that energy cannot be destroyed, then it made us live in others immortally. Knows that we are bouncing every photons that ever touch our skin. Those photons have the exact copy of our appearance, and again, as long as we are not die around a dark matter, we can quite sure that the photon is not destroyed.

No one has ever really died. No one, based on the theory above. And somehow we all live forever.

When does a man die? When he is hit by a bullet? No! When he suffers a disease? No! When he ate a soup made out of a poisonous mushroom? No! A man dies when he is forgotten!

Dr. Hiluluk