Expect the unexpected, follow the lovers lost in this blog.

A blog to cater your mind,body,and soul as you drink Turkish Coffee. We are proud to present our new storyline called Cafe's search for his "Zahir". Everyday is a new day for the "Cafe" (from Istanbul) & his journey for "Zahir" (from Baku). Don't expect extraordinary drama from the narrator, me. Still, this is a drama (maybe real!), and have better impact on you than watching a soap opera. Guaranteed. There is genuine feelings within inspirational periods. Cross your fingers for this story to end with happy marriage :-) All rights are reserved.

EDIT (01 July 2009) - She is engaged with another man, and I finally made my marriage proposal bringing my family to Baku. The result: She stays engaged and will have her wedding, so called "toy", with that another man.

Rest in peace Ms. Zahir.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Movable Type 4.0 Beta, Bookmarking, Surfing, & Finding Nemo! And.. Wakoopa

Six Apart's Movable Type "is widely recognized as the powerhouse of blogging tools because of its extensive management features and customizability. But if you don't need professional support and multiple licenses, the free version may be all you need. I tested the personal license version of Movable Type 4.0 Beta, which includes some powerful editing tools and significantly improves on the previous free offering." explains Don Reisinger from PC World.

Basically, it is an alternative to blogger and wordpress online blogging tools. I don't know how good we are doing simply by heavily relying on Google. Though, this is a simple personal blog, so a company blog might be more careful with utilizing Google products.

Furthermore, some blogging concerns future employers. Denise Howell discusses this issue of blogging (and facebook-type social networking profiles) with the George Lenard.

OK, now, cafe talks..cafe advises..(the word form is advice, don't mix 'em up)

Whether you are using Firefox (which is an awesome browser) or the goody Internet Explorer browser, or other ones like Safari, etc., do you bookmark some websites? At times, finding a nice site happens, but no time to read it. So, what do we do?
or, simply,
Bookmark This Page

I prefer to share some of these websites with you, and then deleting them from my bookmark list. Because, it often gets way too long for a list. Managing the bookmarks is also a hassle. So, using online sources such as Digg.It, or Google's Bookmarks would be your best bet. Since these websites are online, its bookmarking would better be online. No need to exhaust your computer.

And, shall I squeeze the discussion of Wakoopa in this post. According to TechCrunch, "Wakoopa uses a downloaded tracker, except if follows how often you use applications. Similarly, Wakoopa has also built a Rails-powered social website around the data, letting users share their preferences with friends, write reviews of their favorite application, and download new ones."

Qwerky tells that "the software wants you to download an unobtrusive piece of software, track the programs you use, and send that information to their website. "