Saturday, April 24, 2010

5 Steps Restore Panels Disappeared in Xubuntu

Why are the panels disappeared in Xubuntu? This happens when I update the data and after that the panels disappeared from the desktop. This problem is certainly confusing to us who are still new as a linux user.

But you need not anxious because it has a solution, do step-by-step instruction as below:

1. Alt+F2                               (run program window)
2. rm -rf ~/.cache/sessions    (delete the Xfce4  saved sessions files)

3. Click on "Run"                    (or hit the enter key)
4. xfce4-panel                         (command to start panels)

5. Click on "Run" 

I use a five (5) step instructions above to display the panels in Xubuntu desktop. If you still have problems in using the instructions above to use this

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Goldman Sachs Group Inc's will be Investigated FSA

Case Obligation collateralized debt (CDO), Goldman Sachs increasingly widened. Now turn to Goldman Sachs Group Inc's unit in London will be formally inspected the British financial regulator. British financial regulator or the Financial Services Authority (FSA) said that they would launch a formal investigation into a bank based in New York.

"After the initial investigation, the FSA has decided to launch a formal investigation into Goldman Sachs International in connection with the allegations of the SEC recently," said the FSA. FSA also said it would connect with the SEC related to the case of Goldman. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has asked the FSA to investigate the Goldman Sachs two days ago, by making the statement "moral bankruptcy".

Later, if the FSA found evidence of violations of rules, Goldman will probably be facing a fine or ban individuals. Just for the record, ban the person associated with Goldman Sachs vice president, Fabrice Tourre has offices in London, which was mentioned in the SEC claims. The FSA notes, Tourre moved to London in November 2008. Tourre, ie people who have ideas CDO issued by the subprime credit assets as the underlying asset.

Heidi Ashley, a spokesman for the FSA in a telephone interview with Bloomberg declared it was too early to make sure the investigation can continue on a criminal investigation. Meanwhile, a spokesman for Goldman Sachs in London declined to comment on.

Legong Dance, Classical and Unique from Bali

Legong Dance, one of Balinese classical dance has its own charm and is very popular overseas and domestic tourists while enjoying a holiday on the island. Dance is very flexible, supple, with a dynamic motions presented by some very brilliant woman, either now or in the future. Legong is a cultural inheritance Indonesia especially Bali since two centuries ago that continue to sustainably from one generation to the next.

Legong dance in addition to being the basis daughter dance, also a favorite of the various types of Balinese dance which is unique for this type of dance compared to other areas in Indonesia. Legong dance style that had been famous in Bali is a flow Peliatan, Saba and the flow of Badung. Among the three flow Legong, the most active Peliatan style in conducting a regular gig as a dance spectacle.

Legong registered already quite popular among the public since 1931, after Sekaha Art Peliatan entered the stage to Europe to tone up Colonial Exhibition in Paris. Legong addition, the arena was also shown Calonarang. Peliatan Village, Ubud, from then until now doing continuous Legong dance performances, both for performances related to a ceremony or to entertain the local and foreign tourists.

Why Cramps Can Occur in Heart

Many people consider more as cramping chest pain of heart, heart experts called by the name of angina pectoris. cramps in the heart of this generally suffered in men aged around 50 years, and for women aged more than 55 years. Why cramps can occur in heart, cause of the cramps in the heart because of blockages in the vessels of the heart, the blockage was caused by the accumulation of fat and cholesterol in the bloodstream. However, this can also occur because there is calcification in these vessels and cause flow in the blood does not flow perfectly.

Calcification is a natural process that occurs in every human being and they have a similar risk for contracting angina pectoris. For obese, the risk of heart cramps much greater because of obesity or overweight patients have excess fat. So also for people with diabetes mellitus, have a great chance for contracting angina pectoris, due to high sugar stress will hamper the distribution of air into the heart vessels.

Angina pectoris is also a hereditary disease, meaning that if there is one family member who had been infected with this disease, the Tribes could experience the same thing. In fact, heredity is more vulnerable than other factors. Heredity visible symptoms will be faster than any other factor. If angina pectoris is generally only seen at the age of 50 years and over, but if caused due to heredity will be affected by angina pectoris faster and probably at the age of 35 years.

Although frightening, the disease is in fact still be treated if the patient is not too late to come to the experts. By widening the narrowed heart arteries, heart disease can be treated, these vessels dilate can be done in two ways, by surgery or without surgery. For patients who had entered the early stages of the way of treatment with low doses of aspirin can facilitate the flow of blood in patients.

However, giving aspirin should not be careless because taking aspirin should be in a doctor's supervision, if without the supervision of a physician, patients will not know whether the blockage was normal or not, and certainly will slow the healing process. As for healing through catheterization operation is intended for patients who have undergone a severe bottleneck, with a special hose how to enter into a vein. Hose was blown to widen the narrowing of heart vessels and this process is called ballonisation.

After blowing, the doctor will perform additional actions that the results are more complete blowing, ie, with the fitting ring or ring buffer, called a stent. Stents are useful to maintain the intensity of coronary blood flow. Keeping the intensity of blood flow can also be done in another way, namely crustal drilling in the blood vessels (directional atherectomy) in order to avoid narrowing vessels.