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Aku Hanya MANUSIA Biasa

by on Mar.23, 2010, under Uncategorized

Yusran Adhitya KurniawanAku tak tahu apakah ini anugerah atau kutukan? Aku pun tak pernah menginginkannya. Yang kumengerti dan ku yakini adalah hatiku yang peka, selalu menyeruku menyelamatkan dunia, namun tak perhan memberi kesempatan untuk memiliki kehidupanku sendiri.
Malamku penuh perjuangan, teriakkan, rasa sakit dan peluh. Malamku ku lewatkan bersama baju zirah dan sayapku, terbang secepat mungkin hingga tak pernah sedetik pun ku mengenal bulan dan terangnya bintang yang berkerlip genit. Hariku penuh bara, rentetan peluru, darah dan pukulan. Sebisa mungkin ku sembunyikan diriku di balik wajah gagah nan garang. Tugasku terlampau mudah. Sekedar melelehkan baja dengan api, kadang membekukan bara, sekedar untuk menyelamatkan dunia.
Semakin aku memukul, semakin deras darah tertumpah. Kejahatan tak pernah ada habisnya. Karena ia adalah bagian dari diri manusia. Namun pilihan yang menentukannya. Tak seperti aku yang tak bisa memilih, karena bagiku semau adalah keharusan, bukan hak ku. Padahal di balik topeng gagah ini ada setetes air mata yang setiap saat bisa membasahi tubuh baja yang di dalamnya ada hati yang lunak, selalu menjerit, “aku ingin menjadi manusia saja!”

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The Regulations of China About New Tehnology Hurt USA’s Fims

by on Mar.23, 2010, under Information Technology

CHINA-USAAs has been revealed by an American Chamber of Commerce survey, which was released in Beijing today, the new regulations being adopted by China in order to encourage local technology are substantially hurting US companies and making them lose sales.

Out of the total 203 members responding to the survey, about 28% said that they are actually losing business because of the new rules. Among the technology firms, as many as 37% of the 49 total respondents stressed that business was being hurt now, with as many as 57% forecasting that their sales and business would be hurt in the near future.

“What has caused all this hullabaloo is that this indigenous innovation policy seems clearly aimed at forcing foreign technology here so that Chinese companies can tweak it and call it their own. Many foreign companies are starting to believe that the future China business opportunity is shrinking”, said James McGregor, Senior Counselor in Beijing at APCO Worldwide, a renowned public affairs firm.

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COMPUTER AND NETWORK SECURITY

by on Mar.23, 2010, under Information Technology

Network SecurityBy the 1990s computer-assisted crime had become a major element of white-collar crime. Like corporate crime, computer crime often goes unrecorded. Computer crime is faceless and bloodless, and the financial gain can be huge. A common computer crime involves tampering with accounting and banking records, especially through electronic funds transfers. These electronic funds transfers, or wire transfers, are cash management systems that allow the customer electronic access to an account, automatic teller machines, and internal banking procedures, including on-line teller terminals and computerized check processing.
Computers and their technology (printers, modems, computer bulletin boards, e-mail) are used for credit card fraud, counterfeiting, bank embezzlement, theft of secret documents, vandalism, and other illegal activities. Experts place the annual value of computer crime at anywhere from $550 million to $5 billion a year. Even the larger figure may be underestimated, because many victims try to hide the crime. Few companies want to admit their computer security has been breached and their confidential files or accounts are vulnerable. No centralized databank exists for computer crime statistics. Computer crimes are often counted under other categories such as fraud and embezzlement.
The first state computer crime law took effect in Florida in 1978. An Arizona law took effect two months later. Other states soon followed, and by 2000, Vermont was the only state without a specific computer crime provision.

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T A Q W A adalah Jalan Menuju Surga

by on Mar.23, 2010, under Information Lifestyles

Taqwa Orang MuslimKita sebagai mahluk yang hidupnya selalu menghajatkan taufiq serta hidayah dari Allah swt hendaknya kita dalam hidup ini senantiasa bertaqwa kepada Allah swt
Yang berarti akan senantiasa mentaati perintah-perintahnya, dan menjauhi larangan-laranganya dengan penuh keikhlasan dan kesadaran

Kita yakin seyakin-yakinya bahwasanya dengan bertaqwa kepada Allah swt kita akan berhati-hati dalam menjalani hidup ini

Dengan mematuhi Agama yang suci ini insyaallah hidup kita akan selamat dari tipu muslihat dunia
Dengan mematuhi perintah-perintah agama kita akan dijauhkan dari segala kemunkaran
Insyaallah perjalanan hidup kita akan sampai kepada pantai yang kita idam-idamkan yaitu selamat di dunia dan selamat di akherat.

Harapan kita dan seluruh kaum muslimin di negeri ini dapat terciptanya kehidupan masyarakat yang adil dan makmur

Sebagaimana dijelaskan dalam firman Allah :

Wadzarabal laahu mathsalan qaryatan kaanat aminatan muth mainatan ya’tiihaa rizquha raghadam min kulli makaanin

Artinya : Dan Allah telah membuat suatu perumpamaan dengan sebuah negeri yang aman lagi tenteram
Rizkinya datang kepadanya melimpah ruah dari segala tempat
Surat An-Nahl 112

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