DEIS2017 Fourth International Conference On Digital Enterprise and Information Systems

November 23, 2016 Leave a comment

We invite you to attend and participate in the Fourth International Conference On Digital Enterprise and Information Systems.

  • Submission deadline is June 10, 2017
  • Notification of Acceptance is June 20, 2017
  • Camera Ready Submission is July 1, 2017
  • Registration deadline is July 1, 2017deis-poster
    All registered papers will be published in SDIWC Digital Library, and in the proceedings of the conference.

Papers must be submitted through the online paper submission system found here. See Guidelines for Authors  for more information.

All papers will be fully refereed by a minimum of two specialized referees. Before final acceptance, all referees comments must be considered. SDIWC policy is to publish all the registered papers including the absent authors.

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Fifth International Conference on E-Technologies and Networks for Development

November 1, 2016 Leave a comment

Professionals, Researchers for E-Technologies and Networks for Development study are invited to attend and participate in a three day conference titled The Fifth International Conference on e-Technologies and Networks for Development (ICeND2017) on July 11-13, 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. ICEND2017 is part of The Sixth World Congress on Computing, Engineering and Technology (WCET).

 Fifth International Conference on e-Technologies and Networks for Development

The Fourth International Conference on Digital Information Processing, E-Business and Cloud Computing (DIPECC2016)

March 30, 2016 2 comments

You are invited to participate in The Fourth International Conference on Digital Information Processing, E-Business and Cloud Computing (DIPECC2016) that will be held in Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on September 6-8, 2016 as part of The Fifth World Congress on Computing, Engineering and Technology (WCCET). The event will be held over three days, with presentations delivered by researchers from the international community, including presentations from keynote speakers and state-of-the-art lectures.

September 6-8, 2016 » Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Submission Dates Open from now until August 6, 2016
Notification of Acceptance August 20, 2016 or 4 weeks from the submission date
Camera Ready Submission Open from now until August 26, 2016
Registration Deadline Open from now until August 26, 2016
Conference Dates September 6-8, 2016


The Fourth International Conference on Digital Information Processing, E-Business and Cloud Computing (DIPECC2016)

The submission is open until August 6, 2016. Please consider submitting your papers to DIPECC2016.

****All registered papers will be published in publisher’s Digital Library.****

BEST registered papers will be published in one of the following special issues provided that the author do major improvements and extension within the time frame set by the conference and his/her paper is approved by the chief editor.

DIPECC2016 welcomes papers on the following (but not limited to) Digital Information Processing, E-Business, Cloud Computing and related research topics.

* Biometrics Technologies
* Cloud Computing
* Cloud Engineering
* Cloud Gaming
* Cloud Security
* Computational Intelligence
* Computer Architecture and Design
* Cryptography and Data Protection
* Data Compression
* Data Embedding and Watermarking
* Data Management in Mobile Networks
* Data Stream Processing in Mobile/Sensor Networks
* Distributed and Parallel Applications
* E-Business
* E-Commerce Security
* E-Learning
* Embedded Systems and Software
* Forensics, Recognition Technologies and Applications
* Fuzzy and Neural Network Systems
* Image Processing
* Information Content Security
* Information and Data Management
* Mobile Networking, Mobility and Nomadicity
* Mobile, Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Management
* Multimedia Computing
* Network Security
* Real-Time Systems
* Semantic Web and Ontologies
* Signal Processing, Pattern Recognition and Applications
* User Interface and Usability Issues for Mobile Applications
* User Interfaces, Visualization and Modeling
* Web Services Architecture, Modeling and Design
* Web Services Security
* Wireless Communications
* Wireless Sensor Networks
* E-Technology



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I Can’t Connect to the Internet. PLDT DSL Modem Problem

February 25, 2015 2 comments


PLDT modemI got these modem settings since Feb. 16, 2015: Green lights are on for DSL, Internet, WIFI, LAN – perfect. But I can’t surf the web. I don’t have network access. WTF!

Internet connection, I believe, is still wandering in the twilight zone. In short, my modem is broken and sick. I called 172, the number to call for no internet connection complaint. As usual, I heard reassuring voice on the phone – no action after wards.

It’s now the third day since I phoned my complaint. I texted the technician about my problem and the only response I got was to call 172 to report my complaint. WTF!! How many reference numbers should I collect before my connection problem is resolve? I already got five. Grrrrr!

If only BFF and MILF own a 172 version, I prefer calling them for fast resolution of my internet connection. Problem is, these combative, fierce groups only possess deadly weapons and they’re busy fighting for their freedom, ugh!

Where would I go from here? I don’t know. I am at the mercy of this giant called PLDT DSL. I plan calling congress, the senate or the office of the Vice President, hmmm, maybe the President of the Philippines? OMG! My problem is nuts compared to what’s happening in the Philippines.

7:40am, today, I called 172 again. This time, a female rep gave me assurance of fast resolution of my case. She told me to call back before noon if I received no response from the technical people. It’s 8:30am, three hours before noon.

I guess I’ll have to wait. I’m near hysterical, I tell you. I’m praying patience would sit beside me until my connection is restored. Patience, please bear with me, okay? Okay.

Mung Beans Soup Three Times A Day!

April 5, 2013 Leave a comment

growing mung beansFor breakfast, lunch and dinner mung beans soup is the centerpiece of my family’s dining table.

Not that we have no other choice for a dish, but mung beans soup has captured the hearts of my family especially my eldest son, (not to forget) my 78 years old father. I usually cooked the beans with veggies, meat (pork, beef or chicken), fresh or dried fish or just plain.

Mung beans, also called Pinyin in Chinese and Maash in Hebrew are legumes that originate in China some 2000 years ago. These beans are popular in Asia.

Just like the other legumes, mung beans are healthy. They are rich in proteins, lecithin and zinc. The alphabets of vitamins – A, B, C, D, E, K, folic acid, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorous, magnesium are in the beans too. .

mung beans soup

These almost sodium-free beans not only help lower blood cholesterol levels, the Phytoestrogens in them also fight skin aging. Hmm, does this answers why I look younger than my age?

Oh, it’s lunch time – mung beans soup again? Yep, but there’s another dish on the sidelines.

Happiness is…

February 4, 2013 Leave a comment
what makes you happy

what makes you smile today

What makes you happy? Do you think owning a luxury car, endless shopping, sumptuous meal fit for a king make you happy?

Hmm, there is more to happiness than meets the eye here.

cloud computing, digital information processing


Religion is NOT a Basic Requirement to Salvation

January 5, 2013 2 comments

I’ve been hooked on keeping a lot of deadlines alive. That explains my long absence to this blog.

I appreciate those who took time to reply to my post about Bro. Eli.

Anyway, here’s my reply to bro. Rey Profeta “…but religion is basic requirement to salvation..”

I believe in salvation but not within the context you just mentioned.

I won’t hang with a specific group because I believe in freedom of choice. Salvation is not enclosed in the four corners of a church and religion can’t save a soul. Salvation comes from my own effort.

If my actions are out-of-bounds or morality-wise they are not acceptable, it’s my loss. Sorry guys, but we are all living in a world where religions ‘kill’.

I was raised a roman catholic, but totally in defiance for most of its doctrines.

I like the way Bro. Eli explains his belief. He is witty enough to sort out facts from fallacy.

Just to correct: Rejecting a religion does not mean rejecting morality or salvation. 

A thought for inspiration:
All the world’s major religions, with their emphasis on love, compassion, patience, tolerance, and forgiveness can and do promote inner values. But the reality of the world today is that grounding ethics in religion is no longer adequate. This is why I am increasingly convinced that the time has come to find a way of thinking about spirituality and ethics beyond religion altogether.” – Dalai Lama