Jun 16, 2009

The Internet History: the first website

Have you ever known where was the first website established? And who is the name behind the first time internet technology which we called ‘www (world wide web)’. Yesterday I thought it came from someone from united state or American but I realize now that I was wrong. The truth is Sir Timothy John “Tim” Berners-Lee, Jenewa, Swiss.

Tim was born in England, June 8, 1955, is the inventor of World Wide Web and also the chairman of World Wide Web consortium, and this organization developed all about the progression of www since that.

In 1980, when he was still working in CERN (Conseil Europeen pour la Recherche Nucleaire), Berners-Lee proposed one project was based hypertext concept. In the early of that project had something as purpose to facilitate all scientists from all division to share their innovation in one site of intern connection. With someone have the name Robert Cailliau, he created a prototype sytem called Enquire.

After leaving CERN for working at John Poole’s Image Computer System Ltd, he was back to 1984 as reseacher partner. He took same idea like Enquire for creating World Wide Web, a new technology of computer. He designed and made a first browser (World Wide Web and was amended within NeXTSTEP) and first web server was named httpd. The first website that Berners-Lee made (the first website in the world) was addressed at http http://info.cern.ch/ and had been onlined for the first time on August, 6 1991.

In 1994, Berners-Lee established World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Until now, Berners-Lee still humble and do not want to get popular status. That’s why there are many peoples don’t know how wonderful the masterwork of this guy.

One of his big contributions in developing World Wide Web is not to take a patent what he created and so that people free to use everytime. On July, 16 2004, he was given honour’s sake by Queen Elizabeth II in honour of his merit of science and life. []

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Jun 4, 2009

Computer must be crazy

Nowadays, people around the world use computers to help them in their work, study, shopping, and also to communicate and get entertained. Computers really help us accompalish tasks that can otherwise be far more complicated. But besides the convenience they offer, computers can sometimes also create a lot of confusion, have you ever been confused by this smart gadget? If you have, thes jokes are proof that you’re not alone. Enjoy!

Four characters

Litle mike loves surfing the web, and he keeps track of his paswords by writing them on Post-it notes. His mother notice that his Disney pasword is “MickeyMinnieGoofyPluto,” and so she asks why it is so long. “Because,” Mike explains, “theysay it has to have at least four characters.”


When a guys’s printer began to grow raint, he called a local repair shop where a friendly man informed him that the printer probably only needed to be cleaned. Because the store charged $50 for such cleanings, the repairman told the guy he might be better off reading the printer’s manual and trying the job himself. Pleasantly surprised by his honesty, the man asked, “Does your boss know that you discourage bussiness?” “Actually, it’s my boss’s idea,” the employee replied sheepishly. “We usually make more money on repairs if we let people try to fix thing themeselves first.”


A computer company ordered computer mice from japan. Ater the normal delivery period had elapsed, they contacted the airport to enquire what had happened to the consignment. The official-in-charge said that it was nowhere to be found and that it should be reported as missing. Some time later the official contacted the company to say that the package had been found. When they asked where it had been, he replied sheepishly, “in quarantine.”

Computer Touble

Judy, the editor of a trivia publication, was having trouble with her computer, so she called Dave, the computer guy, over to her desk, Dave click a couple of buttons and solved the problem. As he was walking away, judy called after him, “So, what was wrong?”

And he replied, “it was an ID ten T error”.

A puzzled expression ran over judy’s face. “An ID ten T error?

What’s that?

Well, in case I need to fix it again?” He gave her a grin,

“Haven’t you heard of an ID ten T error before?”

“No” replied Judy.

“Write it down,” he said, “and I think you’ll figure it out.”

She wrote: ID10T

Any Key

Acomputer instructor teaches a student how to enter his letters into Word Perfect. He tells the student to select Word perfect from his menu. Right after he does it. The computer gives him the opening screen wich says, “Press any key to continue...”

He looks at the keyboard for a while, then asks the instructor, “Where is the ‘any’ key?”

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The action summary block of sales letter

This is by far the most important block of them all. It is where you will make or break your site, it's your chance to close the sale. Your whole mini-site was created with a single purpose: to make visitors take immediate action... and this is where you get them to do it.

Finish up by stating once more your most appealing benefit and how it will help your prospect solve it's problems and finalize by asking for the order - you wouldn't believe how many people forget this final step, if you don't ask for the order they won't!

Make it easy and logical for them to purchase... remember this: "You can never make it to easy!". The process of placing an online order for your product can be obvious for you, but it's not as logical for everyone else; so make it as easy as possible for them to order and they will... make it just a tiny-little bit complex and they won't.

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The guarantee block of sales letter

Offering a guarantee takes off the risk of their shoulders and puts it on yours. It gets rid of that last bump of resistance that prospects will have and make them order right away.

The longer your guarantee covers your product or service, the larger number of sales you will get. A one year money-back guarantee is definitely more compelling than a 30 day one... right? Well how about offering a "guaranteed results" or a "lifetime" guarantee? Do you think those would work? You bet they will!

Of course, you need to have a good product and be sure of your claims before making such a bold statement on your site. If you do not plan to back up your claims, modify your guarantee or better yet, improve your product so it does. People have a sixth sense when it comes to honesty... be honest to them if you want them to exchange their hard-earned money for your product.

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The call to action of selling stuff in sales letter

Creating an irresistible offer of sales letter need a good tagline to make your prospects get action after they read your sales letter and call you since then. The tagline is the secret and the secret is important to make crazy offer in your website or blog because you don’t sell stuff face by face or knocking your prospect’s door and make a presentation in front of them. Before I explain how to make irresistible offer in your sales letter it’s better to know more a definition of irresistible offer. Mark joyner ever said that irresistible offer is an identity-building offer central to a product, service, or company where the believable return on investment is communicated so clearly and efficiently that it’s immediately apparent you’d have to be a fool to pass it up. I've developed this formula for you to use in your mini-blogs or sites:

Free stuff + Your most appealing benefit + deadline
= An irresistible offer nobody can refuse

Let's learn more about the formula, it’s easy to understand:

a) Free stuff.- On this part you'll offer valuable bonuses to your prospect. These bonuses need to be derived from the main benefit you have based your offer on - this will give your bonuses a perceived value that otherwise they wouldn't have.

b) Your most appealing benefit.- A single paragraph reminding them what your most appealing benefit is, this acts as a way to mentally underline their desire for your product and increases the percieved value of your bonus items.

c) Deadline.- Putting an end to your offer trough a period of time creates scarcity. You should be honest when setting a deadline and really take away the bonuses or raise the price when doing it. If you don't plan to do it, do not set a deadline to your offers.

A deadline makes prospects' minds thing: "Gee, I'd better get this before it's gone". This compels them into taking immediate action wich is the whole point of creating your mini-site.

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