Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Reading Entries C12

Post your comments on what you have read and cite the source.

178 comments:

Anonymous said...

What i've read...recently, i've read a lot of novels from livejournal website. well, most of them had similar theme. Repeatation...maybe it's quite boring but since had elobrated in different view, so i really enjoyed it.

thank you.

rosmaliza

Anonymous said...

I've read many articles on beauty and health recently. One of the readings is on the exotic beauty from Africa which is the black soap. Also known as anago soap, this traditional black soap is 100%made of natural ingredients. Ash of locally harvested barks, palms tree leaves,cocoa pods, shea tree bark and plantain are among the ingredients used in making the soap. It is said that this black soap is good for thinning fine lines, help to even out dark spots on skin, eliminate blemishe as well as body odour. However, this 'magical' is not that practical for all users. It is because people who are hypersensitive to caffeine may not be able to use this product as it contains cocoa pads. Nevertheless, this black soap is indeed a good choice for infants as well as to the elderly.

http://skin-creams-cleansers.suite101.com/article.cfm/black_soap


nFd
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izzati_freak said...

This One From My Recent ReadIngs...

"Deep inside an underwater cave in Mexico, archaeologists may have discovered the oldest human skeleton ever found in the Americas.

Dubbed Eva de Naharon, or Eve of Naharon, the female skeleton has been dated at 13,600 years old. If that age is accurate, the skeleton—along with three others found in underwater caves along the Caribbean coast of the Yucatán Peninsula—could provide new clues to how the Americas were first populated."...
want to know more???
check this Out...

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/09/080903-oldest-skeletons.html

Anonymous said...

i just read a story that i got it from the internet accidentally..
it is about a child who always ask his mother some reward for every single thing he has done for his mother..
and one day his mother gave him a piece of paper that list out all the sacrificed that the mother has done..towards him..and lastly the chid realize his mistake..

by
AIDA RAIHANA BT ABD WAHAB

Anonymous said...

hi..happy fasting day to all.i want to share about the advantages of fasting with you.as all of you knows,fasting is not just to starve your stomach but it can help you to be more productive and sharpen your mind while you are studying.besides,fasting can help us to manage our money and be more discipline in our life.so,here i want to remind you and also myself not to be greed and spend a lot of money on food.so,do a lot of charity and go to 'tarawih' every night in this month.

Nuar CB08031

tedd bundy said...

I've read J.K Rowling's Harry Potter books lately. And i'm finding them very good. Especially Harry Potter : Order of The Pheonix. The plot and conflict is so magnificient. It even makes me wonder what will happen next eventhough we knew that Harry Potter wont die. Although this book was released long time ago, I found it still interesting. Apart from the difference of the movie itself from the novel, the author succeeded in making the char coming to live. Thumbs up for J.K Rowling

Anonymous said...

recently i've read love novel...haha
actually note my taste to read that kind of novel...
but at that time i was so boring...
so i borrowed from my friend...i don't want to tell about that love in the novel...
but i want to tell about the moral value of in the novel...
there is a guy name kasyah...even though his love at first sight doesn't succeed...his not give up on his life....at that time he is suffer a lot...his parent died...
his heart was broken...but he still not give up even though there is no one give him spirit...
at last...he bocome succeed architec...and girl who reject him came back...but he did not accept it b'coz he is already married...the end...
the moral of story what ever happen dont give up...

zahari rahim

WenYao said...

I have read an article during I do my
ICT assignment, is about History of Microsoft Windows. This article tell me a lot about Microsoft Windows, how it developed from Windows 3.0 until Windows Vista. This article also announce that there will be a new Windows ,Windows 7 will be released in late of 2009 or mid of 2010. I wish Microsoft will create more powerful Windows in the future.

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Anonymous said...

Hai and Happy fasting to all.Hmm,recently I read article and news about what happen in nowsdays politics.I always enjoy myself reading about politics so that I know where the direction of our country.Recently,Malaysian have been shock abaout a claim that being made by Dato'Seri Anwar Ibrahim.He said that he will take over Malaysia in this 16 September.So,I eager to wait this 16 september.
Until We meet Again.

Posted by;
Muhd.Syafiq Bin Sabtu

Lim said...

I have just fienish read an article from The Star with title Reading Food Labels.
Obviously,when purchase somthine for eat,mostly Malaysian did not read about the food labels,they did not care about what the food contain.Actually,reading food label are very important to maintain a healthy body.

Article From:The Star

Anonymous said...

Hai and we meet again.I have always read news about football world.The most shocking news in the world football was the most talented person in world football robinho has joined Man City for a british record $32.5 Million.This was an unexpected because Robinho said that he "almost signed a contract" with Chelsea.Another news is about Saga of Barbatov.Finally,Man Utd have signed their most wanted man.This season in Epl is quite enteresting.
Until We meet again.

Muhd.Syafiq Bin Sabtu.

ultrazlan said...

i've read about an article entitled how TopGear become a great show in television.This programme will show us about on how agreat car..(an engine) is made..it also gives us some guidelines on how to manage our car.But the most worst things is about thi sarcastic coment on our national car Perodua Kelisa.please log on to you tube for more worst video.

URL; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRadNzt75Hs

Anonymous said...

When I went back to my house a few days ago, I’ve found an old story book. It was my older sister’s when she was in secondary school. It was ‘The Elephant Man’.
The story is about a man who’s born with a hideous looking face (actually was a deformity). He was mistreated while scraping a living as a side-show freak. Most of the people were horrified just by looking at his face. He never sleeps like a normal person. He sleeps sitting with his head resting upon his knees, as the weight of his skull would cause a fatal constriction of his windpipe. A doctor, if I’m not mistaken, saw him and took a good care of him, treated him a human being and not an animal. A few things happen, The doctor discover a person of intelligence and sensitivity in the 'elephant man'. For once, he wanted to be like the rest of us… he slept like the rest of us, lie on our bed. The weight of his skull was too much. He broke his neck and died. That's how the story end.

Anonymous said...

The Elephant Man
Khalis CB08018

Anonymous said...

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Try it!!http://whfoods.org/foodadvisor.php



~~~fadhilah~~~

Lim said...

Today, i just finish read a novel which is title "The Pearl". This story is begin with an poor family. It talk about when the male title role found the largest pearl int the world, he become very greed, many people try to cheat his pearl and kill him to get the pearl. At the end of story, his son was kill by a tracker who intend to get the pearl. Actuallty I quite interest in this novel.

Anonymous said...

i've been here just now:
http://www.islam.gov.my/portal/lihat.php?jakim=3097

"Uniting Youth's Potentiality Through Islamic Education"

It tells about our Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. youth life who had lost his father since he still in his mother's womb and lost his mother later.This had makes him more independent boy..

Do read more about this through http://www.islam.gov.my/portal/lihat.php?jakim=3097
It had cause me to be more grateful in everything I have now..
Alhamdulillah...

~~fadhilah~~~

Anonymous said...

Today i've read about a story. The title dads will be dads..
i found it is an interesting story because it is a story about a wife, who just realize that a father have their own style to take care their baby. Like in this story,the wife found out that,sometime a father seems like they do not nurture the baby as much as a mother,but somehow...it helps a lot as because of the way of the father nurture the baby....
the baby can crawl.


by
AIDA RAIHANA BT ABD WAHAB

izzati_freak said...

Human Freedom To speak Out In our Country?????
'My 18 hours under the ISA'
By TAN HOON CHENG

On 12 September, about eight thirty in the evening, I was at my home in Bukit Mertajam, Penang. While enjoying my yew char koay (fried dough stick), I was worried about the show cause letter issued to Sin Chew Daily, and anxious about the days ahead for my newspaper.


to read more...
view this page at
http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/9/15/nation/20080915132832&sec=nation

Suddenly, a group of plain cloth police officers appeared at my front gate. The person who started to identify the group and the purpose of this visit was a woman officer. She was also the only one in her uniform.

Anonymous said...

P/S : I LOVE YOU
The title of a book I've just finished reading.Its about a just married couple.Joy and a guy(i cant remember his name).They live happily like an ordinary fresh brides.But just like what we usually hear,till death do us apart.The guy died due to a sickness.Joy mourns for his death,her beloved husband since they just got married.Soon,everytime on her birthday,she receives a letter from her late husband.It was written before he passed away.It is written in that letter that how mush he loves her and advises on how to move on.At the end of every letter,it was written P/S : I LOVE YOU...
Fyi,i cried while reading this book(:

beela

Anonymous said...

Me again...
Last weekend i read i book with the title Angel.Its about a girl,a boyish girl name Angel.All this while she has been hiding her beautiful body until her friend persuaded her to try on some girlish clothes.Then only everyone realises she has a beautiful body.Soon,a model agency approached her to be their model.She accepted.It was then her real life begins.More and more obstacles by day.Being the most outstanding model is not easy actually.But then,with the help and support from her family and friends,she succeed in being a top model with good attitude...

beela

Anonymous said...

Where rainbow falls...
The title of a book i borrowed from my friend.Its about two bestfriends,a guy and a girl.They grow up together in the same neighbourhood.They attend the same school and class.Then,after graduation,they separate,fulfilling their own dreams.The guy got into a medicine school wherelse the girl did not persue her studies but they still in contact.Years passes by but they still did not notice that they are made for each other.After both met different types of people and ended up separating,then they realise how much they miss each other...In the end of the story,as i predicted earlier,they got married...

beela

Anonymous said...

Do you know 3 of the most poisonous animal on the earth?

Second runner up goes to the Sydney Funnel Web Spider. It is one of the most venomous creatures in the Australia outback.

First runner up goes to the Inland Taipan. It is an Australian Snake.

The winner goes to the Poison Dart Frog. It's from the forests in South America.

Khalis CB08018

Anonymous said...

I want to share about one of the articles that I had read in the newspaper. This article written by Malaysia Pediatric Association.
Dengue fever is a fever that is transmitted by the Aedes mosquito, the vector that transmits the dengue virus.
Dengue is spread from one person to another through the bite of this mosquito which occurs in the day time. Dengue fever often occurs in areas where the virus is prevalent and the mosquitoes breed.
The fever usually lasts three to seven days and in the course of it, red rashes may appear. Dengue fever is dangerous because the patient can bleed and become weak very quickly.
Refer to a doctor immediately when fever is prolonged, appearance of red rashes around the face and body or dengue cases have been reported in your residential area.
Mosquito fever is a critical disease if we do not take it as a serious matter...thank you..

--Nasrol--

Anonymous said...

i love to travel..
Alexandria, Egypt is one place that still in my pending list..
This place have its own history.
As this place that i want to go one day, I did some research about it..
For example, its weather, location, the best place for shopping!!hehheh..
Why don't you go to this url to get more about it..

http://www.alexandriaegypt.com/cms/

~~~fadhilah~~~
"be grateful every second"

Anonymous said...

That day, i browse trough the internet to find some interesting articles and I finally succeeded in doing that. This article is about a women named Pauline Musters a.k.a The Little Princess.

In the history of the world, little Pauline Musters is the smallest mature woman ever recorded. Pauline is currently listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as having stood only 1 foot 11.2 inches in height.

Born on February 26, 1876 in Ossendrecht in the Netherlands and Pauline Musters succumbed to illness on March 1, 1895 in New York and the world lost its smallest but greatest miracle.

http://thehumanmarvels.com/blog/?p=146

Khalis
cb08018

Anonymous said...

recently,ive read about The Original Food Tab.

Because the Original Food Tab contains optimum nutrition with a minimum of calories, it it an ideal food for weight loss and weight maintenance. For weight loss Eat two regular meals each day... and substitute your third meal with 3 to 6 Original Food Tabs. If you prefer to eat just one meal a day, you can substitute the other two meals with 3 to 6 Original Food Tabs per meal, or a few more as needed. The exact amount of Original Food Tabs eaten is an individual decision and must be monitored and adjusted by you. Remember to eat at least one balanced meal of at least 600 calories per day in conjunction with the Original Food Tab plan. Substitute all your between-meal snacks with the Original Food Tab, drink 6 to 8 glasses of water each day...and watch the pounds go away ! The Original Food Tab has no chemical appetite suppressants. And each Tab contains only 20 calories!
Soffia
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Anonymous said...

its me reading the books again..

From the most popular French fashion magazines of the late 19th century — 52 extremely rare plates depict the latest in chic apparel for the well-to-do, including elegant day dresses, hunting outfits, ruffled dresses...

Soffia
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Anonymous said...

Introduction

A French manicure is a style of polishing the nails wherein white paint is applied to the tips of the fingernails, and the rest of the nails are given a pink coat or painted with sheer polish that is colored either pale pink or very light beige. The French manicure is very good for short nails and nails that have a moderate length.

Soffia
CB08077

Anonymous said...

"I'm Sorry, Could You Repeat That?"

I went deaf in one ear quite suddenly 12 years ago. I spent hours lying on my side with ear drops, trying to dislodge the blockage that was somehow in my right ear.
I did this in a blur of fatigue as I had just had my first child. Just my luck to get a dodgy ear at such an awkward time, I complained to my doctor i?? who instantly made the connection. My problem wasn't earwax but otosclerosis. I hadn't heard of this, but learned it is one of the most common forms of deafness in young women and often develops during pregnancy.
Ordinarily the tiny bones in the middle ear i?? the malleus, incus and stapes i?? conduct sound from the eardrum to the inner ear. With otosclerosis a spongy over-growth of new bone fixes the stapes in place, stopping the vibrations.
About ten per cent of all adults are thought to be affected to some degree; 60 per cent of cases are genetic and run in families, but pregnancy hormones can accelerate the process. In past decades...

This article is actually give the inside out of otosclerosis which can results in Chronic conductive hearing loss (CHL). To know more about the background details, information on risk factors, diagnostic and treatment methods of otosclerosis,do get a copy of February 2006 edition of Reader's Digest..

NfD
CB08038

Anonymous said...

I just finished reading CLEO magazine (September edition) few minutes ago and one of the articles that I most engrossed with is “I Cut Myself” by Stephanie Osfield. This article reveals everything about the self-harm (SH) or self-injury (SI) that occurred tremendously among teens and women nowadays. Unsurprisingly, most people who engage in SH start cutting themselves in their teens and some keep up the habit well into adulthood. It is so awful and pitiful to know how people would have the ‘guts’ to cut themselves repeatedly in order to release their intense emotions and the sake of getting extra attention. I would dare say that these individuals are “totally insane and demoralize”. However, I’m not going to put all the blame on the cutters themselves and judge them on their “extreme” actions. That’s because studies shows that more than half of all people who self-harm have been physically, sexually and emotionally abused. It is very unfortunate for them to face all the problems themselves and having an unsupportive environment definitely going to make things worst. However, there are still plenty of healthy and safe ways on battling life’s problems. The healing process may take time but it is definitely worthwhile than latter, regrets for the rest of the life. I recommend the readers especially teenage girls to read this article because it gives very good tips on how to deal with self-harm sufferers if your besties happened to be one of them.


NfD
CB08038

Anonymous said...

salam..today i want to share with you all about breast cancer..Breast cancer is a cancer that starts in the cells of the breast of women and men..breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer after lung cancer and the fifth most common cause of cancer death..we can see that breast cancer is very dangerous..so we should try our best to prevent breast cancer in order to stay healthy..thanks..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breast_cancer

Rosfarahin Bt Roslan CB08120

Anonymous said...

salam..i have read an article about 'How to Be a Great Best Friend'.here's the steps:

-be loyal
-listen
-be tustworthy
-stick up for them
-spend time together
-be yourself
-care for your best friend
-avoid expectations

wel..i'll try out all these step..i want to be such a great,great best friend..

http://www.wikihow.com/Be-a-Great-Best-Friend

Rosfarahin Bt Roslan CB08120

Anonymous said...

hye..

i want to share some tips about how to get a fabulous photo captured..

1st-from the National Geographic rule,to produces a magical look with gorgeous golden light and beutiful shadows,take photographs 15 minutes after sunrise and 15 minutes befora sunset....

2nd-do not take a photo with sunlight coming over your shoulder because the result is,the subject look flat and boring..so,snap the picture with light hitting your subject from the side so it can emphasise the subject better and add texture to the photo..

3rd-a busy background makes the subject lost in it..so beware if you want to capture photo with people at the back..but if the background has attractive patterns, reflections, or contrast of light and dark ,it can work to your favour for eye-cacthing photos..

4th-to make your photo more attractive, drawing three imaginary vertical lines and imaginary horizontal lines to divide the photo area..so you will achieve right spatial balance..

that's all..
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tedd bundy said...

i read a book named 'The Chronicles of Narnia : Prince Caspian'. it was totally different from the movie. however the plot and the character is more alive compared to the movie. for example, Prince Caspian in the movie is more like a supporting character rathen than being a main character. but, in the novel, Prince Caspian is more lively.

-Mohamed Faisal Asyraf bin Moktar-

toraMizu said...

Recently, i just read a novel.
The title is "Fruit and Nutcase" by Jean Ure. The story is about a girl who walking tall because her family condition. Her parent was acting like they were kids and that made her felt like she was the grown-up! She trying really hard not to become a total fruit and nutcase. Overall, this story is really fun, comedy, calamity and has a cool character.
Well, since it is Jean Ure as a writer, no doubt on it.

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Anonymous said...

TODAY..Ive read about..
He Pingping from Inner Mongolia, China's autonomous region, the world's smallest man sits underneath Svetlana Pankratova from Russia, the Queen of Longest Legs, as they pose at Trafalgar Square in London, Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008. Pingping, born with primordial dwarfism, holds the Guinness World Record for the smallest man at 74.61 cms (2 feet and 5.37 inches) and Pankratova holds the Guinness World Record for the longest leg of any woman at 132 cms (4 feet 4 inches) in length.http://news.yahoo.com/nphotos/slideshow/photo//080916/481/e588088502624c32aab643fbd089726a/
SOFFIA
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toraMizu said...

Novel:Okane Ga Nai (No Money)

Ayase Yukiya is a university student whose cousin Tetsuo Ishii betrays and sells in an auction to settle his heavy debts. Ayase is bought by Somuku Kanou for 1.2 billion yen.

The reason behind Kanou doing this is Kanou remembers Ayase from four years ago, when Ayase, a stranger, helped him. Now Kanou wants to keep Ayase close to him in order to protect him, and uses the 1.2 billion debt to force Ayase to live with him. As Ayase is still a student and does not have a job, he is forced to be a servant for Kanou to pay his debts.

This is a novel that i have read recently and it is still ongoing. Honestly, this kind of story not really suitable for under aged because the plot of the story kind a explicit sometimes but i really enjoyed reading this novel. I just read the translation one because i'm not good in Japanese.
That's all.

CB08110

Anonymous said...

i've read news..
ATLANTA – A long-awaited federal study of an X-ray alternative to the dreaded colonoscopy confirms its effectiveness at spotting most cancers, although it was far from perfect.

Medicare is already considering paying for this cheaper, less intrusive option that could persuade more people to get screened for colon cancer. And some experts believe the new method may boost the 50 percent screening rate for a cancer that is the country's second biggest killer.Read more at http://news.yahoo.com/story/ap/20080918/ap_on_he_me/med_colon_cancer_screening;_ylt=AsnKmGOasM.rVLwiDoXwQ2zMWM0F
SOFFIA
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ultrazlan said...

Proton is a national company since 1985 build a car.Nowadays Proton with their new logo and new slogan makes it the most superb branded car.Altough theres a problem with the previous car like in Waja and gen-2,Proton still in research of finding a great partner to made a better car.I've found this article in How Proton Works.

izzati_freak said...

12-year-old Revolutionizes the Solar Cell......

William Yuan, a seventh-grader from Portland, OR, developed a three-dimensional solar cell that absorbs UV as well as visible light. The combination of the two might greatly improve cell efficiency. William's project earned him a $25,000 scholarship and a trip to the Library of Congress to accept the award, which is usually given out for research at the graduate level.

This kid is the new breed of technology genius...->that's what i think...

http://blog.wired.com/geekdad/2008/09/12-year-old-rev.html?npu=1&mbid=yhp

izzati_freak said...

Exploring friendships..

Joanna Trollope’s latest book reveals aspects of women’s lives, friendships and relationships unseeBy the naked eye.
Trollope’s latest book was, as always, eagerly awaited by her many fans. The title refers to the time of the week when a very diverse group of women meet informally but regularly. On the surface, not one of them has a single thing in common with anyone else in the group. Even the two sisters, two best friends, two business partners are as different from each other as people can be.

this book actually open my eyes about the truth of friendship....


FRIDAY NIGHTS
By Joanna Trollope
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing, 328 pages
ISBN: 978-0747591764

izzati_freak said...

Wish....


What to wish
What a wish
I lived the wish
That I couldn’t wish for
Comfort on frustrating days
Smiles when sadness intrude
Patience to accept the truth
Courage to know myself
Confidence for when I doubt
Faith so that I can believe
Friendships to melt my heart
Hugs when spirit sag
Beauty for my eyes to watch
Rainbows to follow the clouds
And love to complete my life.

But what would I wish for
Would I wish to dream
As if I’ll live forever
Or live as if I’ll die today
Would I wish to live
Or to love first and live incidentally.

And to wish is to risk pain
For everything I have wished
That I gained something
But for everything I gain
I lose something.

Life is full of wish
I noticed it
Which is a way of holding on
To the things I love
To the things I am
The things I never want to lose
Because one day somehow
My life will flash before my eyes
And I am to make sure
It’s worth wishing.

By Nethani Palmani


http://thestar.com.my/youth2/story.asp?file=/2008/9/10/poetrycorner/1977580&sec=poetrycorner

Anonymous said...

To Sarah Schapira's colleagues it's become a running joke. Every half hour or so the pretty 22-year-old PR gets up from her desk and makes a dash for the ladies.
But she isn't suffering from an embarrassing medical condition, the reason for her regular absences is hardly a mystery - every day she downs seven litres of water.
"My argument has always been that water is good for you and helps you to detox," she explains.
"We've all been told about the benefits of water, so I drink lots and lots of it, from the minute I wake up to the minute I go to bed."
"If I don't have my bottle of water I feel paranoid,' she says. "And if I try not to drink for an hour, I start to feel dehydrated and I get throbbing headaches.
"But it has got to the stage where I don't know how to give it up. It used to make me feel really good and healthy but not any more. I know I ought to cut down but I'm not sure how I can."

Based on the symptoms, Sarah is non other than; an "aquaholic". We've been told that healthy lifestyle includes the eight-glasses-water per day and this rule is in fact really helpful and is proven good for our health. The more,the better. However, the excessive consumption of water can lead to a condition known as hyponatraemia, which consequently lead to complications such as convulsions, coma and even DEATH. How tragic isn’t it..?
The popular belief that was practiced unconditionally by most of the people who really concern about their health is indeed a 'lethal weapon'. There are so many shocking and unexpected facts on aquaholics and the drinking habits that we could never possibly imagine. To feed your curiosity, do visit this website and be surprised by the truth..!

www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-348917/Aquaholics-Addicted-drinking-water.html -


NfD
CB08038

Anonymous said...

mermaid

do you ever believe this creature ever exist?from Encyclopedia Mythica,mermaid is a marine creature with the head and upper body of a beautiful young maiden and with the lower body of a fish..actually i dont really think that mermaid is a beautiful creature..According to myth, mermaid lure sailors by singing and with lovely music. They live in a kingdom on the bottom of the sea, and it is here they take their prisoners to. From this story, the fear amongst the sailor grew and they thought that seeing a mermaid would cause bad luck: it could predict death by drowning..well,i am really interested to know whether this creature reaaly exist or not..but i do not wish to meet them,if they do exist..scary lar..

Mermaid
by Micha F. Lindemans

Rosfarahin bt Roslan CB08120

Anonymous said...

salam..i would like to share with you all about hari raya..hu3 raya fever..every muslim get very excited when it comes to hari raya..but do you know what is hari raya?

Hari Raya Puasa is a very important occasion that is celebrated by Muslims all over the world..It is also known as the festival that marks the end of one month of fasting. The words ‘Hari Raya’ mean 'day of celebration.'..After fulfilling their one-month of fasting, the Muslims would be joyful to celebrate Hari Raya Puasa. On the morning of the festival, the Muslims would wear their new clothes and go to the mosque to pray. They offer their thanks to God and after that they would ask for forgiveness from their elders. This is an important custom followed by the Muslims..They feel that the young ones asking forgiveness from their elders is very essential. On the day, they also visit their relatives and friends to celebrate the happy occasion. If you visit Muslims' homes on Hari Raya Puasa you can expect to taste a wide variety of delicious spicy dishes. Some favorite dishes that can be found in Muslims homes on this special occasion are ketupat, lontong, nasi padang and beef rendang. The Muslims also have the habit of giving packets of money to kids when they go visiting. The packets are usually be in green color and children often look forward to getting these money tokens on Hari Raya Puasa. Overall, Hari Raya Puasa is a delightful festival for the Muslims..

here,i would like to wish you all happy fasting and happy eid mubarak..

http://www.essortment.com/all/muslimsfestival_rkxm.htm

Rosfarahin Bt Roslan CB08120

Anonymous said...

Are Geisha Prostitutes?

i have read this article..sounds interesting..for your information, geisha are not prostitutes..Because they entertain men behind closed doors in an exclusive manner, there has been much speculation about the underpinnings of their profession..Although a geisha may choose to engage in sexual relations with one of her patrons, geisha engagements will never involve sex..Occasionally, a geisha may choose to take a danna (an old fashioned word for husband), which is typically a wealthy man who has the means to support a geisha mistress..Although a geisha may fall in love with her danna, the affair is customarily contingent upon the danna's ability to financially support the geisha's lifestyle. The traditional conventions and values within such a relationship are very intricate and not well understood, even by many Japanese. Because of this, the true intimate role of the geisha remains the object of much speculation, and often misinterpretation, in Japan as well as abroad..

http://www.japaneselifestyle.com.au/culture/geisha.html

Rosfarahin Bt Roslan CB08120

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum to all....
What I read today is a a secret behind recite Basmalah...For a Muslim,Basmalah is is compulsory word that must be said everytime we(Muslim) want to do good thing..
So that everthing we do we got bleesing from god..
If we say Basmalah 786 times every day,Insya-Allah we never forget what we learn...
Until we meet again...

Syafiq(The Rock) Sabtu
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Anonymous said...

Nearly everyone wants to make more money and keep more of the money they have for the future or for fun. Yet, most people live paycheck-to-paycheck, deep in debt and unsure how to get out of the trap.

Here are the 7 biggest money mistakes people make and how to avoid them.

1. Not investing.
2. Not making yourself important.
3. Not getting a good rate of return on your money.
4. Thinking someone else will take care of you financially.
5. Not asking for help.
6. Not planning for the future.
7. Not taking time to manage your money.

To all the PTPTN applicants, here are some valuable tips for you to manage you loan wisely.. =)

http://www.articlealley.com/article_76774_63.html


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Nearly everyone wants to make more money and keep more of the money they have for the future or for fun. Yet, most people live paycheck-to-paycheck, deep in debt and unsure how to get out of the trap.

Here are the 7 biggest money mistakes people make and how to avoid them.

1. Not investing.
2. Not making yourself important.
3. Not getting a good rate of return on your money.
4. Thinking someone else will take care of you financially.
5. Not asking for help.
6. Not planning for the future.
7. Not taking time to manage your money.

To all the PTPTN applicants, here are some valuable tips for you to manage your loan wisely.. =)

http://www.articlealley.com/article_76774_63.html


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I found this interesting website called dreammoods.com which is a free one-stop dream portal that let us explore and discover meaning to our dreams. One of the common dreams is test/exam dreams which I had dreamt few days back. According to this site, the dream that I’m taking an exam indicates that I’m being put to the test or being scrutinized in some way. Such dreams highlight my feelings of being anxious and agitated. And in the same dream, I was late for the exam and could not complete the exam in the allowed time which then contributes to the factor of failing the test. This dream usually has to do with self-esteem and confidence or my lack of. I am worried that I’m not making the grade and measuring up to other people's expectations of myself. I may also experience the fear of not being accepted, not being prepared, or not being good enough. I feel nervous, insecure and tend to believe the worst about myself. Surprisingly, almost the entire of interpretations are true and did reflect me in a way. This website did help in making sense of one’s dreams and achieves better understanding of the dreams.

www.dreamoods.com

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hi...it has been quite long time i havent blogging..sorry madam.. this morning i have read an article about the largest diamond in the world that had been found in the Africa..it is very beautiful..(but i wonder, how to wear it. because it is so big..487carat!!!) but i guess it just to show the wealthness of the owner.. but,how much it will be sold with the very big size and the perfectness of the diamond.. huh!


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G6PD deficiency.... hurm.. just now i had surf the net to find about this illness.. one of my friend had this deficiency.i am so curious to know about it..this G6PD is an inherited condition...people with G6PD does not have G6PD enzyme to help red blood cells function normally..it can cause hemolytic anemia,usually after exposure with certain medication or foods.. people with this deficiency are not be able to take certain medicine,or certain food. moth ball can be harmful to them,even if they just touch or smell it... thank god i do not have it..


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Anonymous said...

I read an article on thestar.com.my on a super talented professional drummer named Arthur Kam. What differs him from any other world-class drummer is that he’s still a secondary school students (he’s 17) with a very outstanding achievements in his field and all of this he had achieved way before he can legally drive. The biggest accomplishment that he made so far is when he was named as the Winner of Modern Drummer magazine’s worldwide Undiscovered Drummer Contest in the 18-and-under division. He also both a Malaysian as well as national record holder for youngest person to complete a professional drum course (aged 10 years 11 months). Once called as the ‘God of Drums’ by Jacky Cheung, Arthur had performed with few of well-known local artistes such as Siti Nurhaliza, Jaclyn Victor, M.Nasir as well as International Artistes include World-renowned drummer Akira Jimbo, American Idol house drummer Teddy Campbell, Sadao Watanabe and Jacky Cheung. His passion and talent in music in undoubtedly remarkable and all of his hard works was all worth it and has made him what he is today. To read more on his journey and experience as a young talented drummer, do visit to this URL..

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It is such a relieved to finally get home and get cling on the September’s edition of Reader’s Digest. There are many articles I have read on this latest edition of RD and almost everything caught my interest. One of them is in the Heroes section titled “A voice for the disabled” by Chan Li Jin.

“ We don’t want sympathy, just equal opportunities..” As to fight for the rights of other disabled Malaysians, Gurdip Kaur had encountered many obstacles on continuing her life as disabled individual including being sacked from work. She then met her husband, who was also left wheelchair-bound by a car accident and they started Independent Learning&Training Centre (ILTC) to teach disabled people cooking, sewing and other practical skills for free. Their fight had put into great test when the Department of Social Welfare threatened to close the centre due to Siva’s blunt assessment at the Disabled People International Convention in Japan. He said that disabled Malaysians were treated like caged animals. However, after he presented his case, the government agreed to new rules regarding the facilities for the disabled at government buildings and public places. To the extent, I believed that their hardships were paid off. Get a copy of October’s edition of Reader’s Digest to read more on this inspiring story.


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Anonymous said...

According to the same issue of Reader’s Digest, there are 10 Bad Things That Are Good For You..

1. Listening to loud music
2. Texting
3. Pounding the pavements (Running)
4. Being a bit overweight
5. Full fat dairy
6. Caffeine
7. Booze (Alcohol)
8. Computer games
9. Sugary soft drinks
10. Being a working mum
Research had found that these habits are proven good and beneficial in some ways. However, there are still some aspects that need to watched out and take into consideration. It shouldn’t be overdone and many precautions need to be followed in order to lead a safe healthy lifestyle.

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“ Why do other people hear our voices differently than we do? “

We listen to a tape recording of ourselves talking with some friends. We insist the tape doesn’t sound at all like our voice, but everyone else’s sounds reasonably accurate…

According to the speech therapist Dr Mike D’Asaro, there is a universal pattern of rejection of one’s own voice and this includes some medical explanations. When we speak, we are not hearing our voice solely with our ears, but also through internal hearing, a mostly liquid transmission through a series of bodily organs. Sounds transmits differently through the air than through solids and liquids, and this difference accounts for almost of the tonal differences we hear on a recording of our own voice. This fact is taken from the Reader’s Digest September Issue.


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Readers of New Scientist magazine recently discussed a list of phobias found at www.changethatsrightnow.com. Here’s a sample of the most bizarre ones:

1.Lutraphobia – the fear of the otters.
2.Nucleomituphobia – the abnormal fear or hatred of nuclear weapons.
3.Odontophobia – the fear of dental work.
4.Octophobia – the fear of figure eight.
5.Globophobia – the fear of balloons.
6.Ablutophobia – the fear of bathing.
7.Rhytiphobia – the fear of wrinkles.
8.Telephonophobia – the fear of telephones.
9.Pupaphobia – the fear of puppets.
10.Pentheraphobia – the fear of you mother-in-law.


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WenYao said...

There is news I read from newspaper recently. It is about 2 secondary students hit their teacher. These students are girls. I can't believe they kick their teacher in the class. The teacher scolds them because they didn't pass up their homework. This is their fault, how come they hit their teacher. It is ridiculous. I hope I didn't see this kind of news on the newspaper again.


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WenYao said...

I have read some articles about Ipod Nano because of my final project. After I read these articles I know that the click wheel on the Ipod Nano is Apple Ipod signature's button. You can't see this button at others product. Besides that, if you shake the Ipod Nano when you listening song, it will change the other song for you randomly. Ipod Nano is a high tech portable media player.

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WenYao said...

I have read an interesting novel called Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. I think the book was very intresting especially towards the end when it got really suspicious. The booked started out werid and then ended with a spectacular bang the reason that it ended with a bang is that i never expected it to end like it did. The middle of the book was very intresting because there where a whole bunch of mysterys that had to be solved and some of them were unsolve able. Harry and his freinds are into a lot of mischief it seems like every year and this year is no diffrent. Harry has a huge mystery that he discovers about himself and he has to get to the bottom of it no matter how hard or long it takes.



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WenYao said...

I have read a novel called Treasure Island written by Robert Louis Stevenson. This story is about Jim Hawkins adventure in a dangerous journey to find the old man's treasure. This story is full of excitement and you finish it when you start reading this book.



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WenYao said...

I have read a novel called Bull Catcher by Alden R. Carter. This book is about two best friends who like to play baseball very much. However, Bull realizes that there's more to life. I would like to recommend this book to those who like to play baseball.


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WenYao said...

There will a movie in cinema called twilight. Actually this movie is based on a novel called twilight by Stephenie Meyer. This is a vampire story. This is about Bella meet a boy at school and fell in love with him. But she comes to realize he is not wholly human.


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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is one of my favourite books. This story is about a competition that's held in Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry Potter was accidentally taking part in this competition and how he solves the problem. This story is ended by a tragedy where one of the participants dies. However the author starts to write about the character's love story in this book.


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I have read a book called The Silver Chair. This book is great it is about two kids are escaping bullies at school when they run up a hill towards a door that was for once unlocked into the world of Narnia. When they get there Jill was standing at the edge of a cliff and when Eustace tries to stop her from going any farther Jill accidentally pulled him off the edge. just in the nick of time aslant jumps out of the forest and saves Eustace. Once that was over he gives Jill a task.


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WenYao said...

The Field Guide: Book 1 of the Spiderwick Chronicles is a full of magical story. This story begins when the Grace children go to stay at their Great Aunt Lucinda's worn Victorian house; they discover a field guide to fairies and other creatures and begin to have some unusual experiences’. I love this story book because it's full of adventure.

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Blind Date is a story about a blind date turns into a nightmare. This book was a very interesting book because of all the different things that had happened. It was also a crazy book because his blind date calls him up and talks to him and tells him that she is his blind date but won't tell him her name or how she knows him but she tells him that one of his friends knows her and that’s how she knows him. She told him to pick her up from her house at a 7 the next night and they would go out and eat dinner. The guy tells his dad because his dad is a cop and gives him very good advice when it comes to these types of things. His dad tells him to go on the date because what’s the worst that can happen? If you want to find more out about what happens to him and his blind date then read this book and you won't be able to put this book down.

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WenYao said...

Miracle on 49th street is a sad story. It starts out when this girl named Molly Parker moves from London, England to Boston, Massachusetts. Then a short time after they get to the United States, Mollys Mom gets diagnosed with cancer. Then a short time later, after Mollys Mom spills her guts about her life to Molly, she dies. So now Molly has to live with her moms college roommate and there family. She wants to find her biological father. It just so happens that her biological father turns out to be the Star of the Boston Celtics. She gets her first chance to meet him after his basketball practice. When she meets him after practice Molly tells him about how her mother had died and he offers his condolences to her, but doesn't believe that he is her biological father. I think it was a very good book.

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WenYao said...

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the third book of the Harry Potter Series. This book was amazing full of fun and adventure. Never fail to create a picture in a readers mind. It was full of nonstop suspense and never failed to keep me guessing. If you're planning to go see the movie I hope you read the book first because I couldn't imagine the movie being better.

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WenYao said...

Another book I read recently is Pride and Prejudice. I read this book about a year ago, and read it again recently. It's a great book and it’s been adapted into a movie by A&E, also titled 'Pride and Prejudice' which you could watch before or after reading the book, it is that close and to the letter.

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Don't Look Behind is an interesting book. I thought it was wonderful because it was suspenseful and exciting. It’s about a girl and her dad is in court when a guy starts to shoot at him but then he misses. Thank God. The family has to move away and get away from danger. At the end they end up going to Florida and changing their names and living in a safe place but April, the girl sends a letter in the mail sending to her boyfriend and the bad guys find it and find out where they are. So they found them but they called the police when they heard they were coming. Before they hurt her aunt and almost hurt her more. This is a really good book so READ IT!!

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Tex is a story book about a boy named Tex. I think this book is very good it talks about what most teens go through in their lives and family problems also come up. There are drugs and drinking involved to but the best thing about this book is probably the kid named Tex. He is a dare devil and isn't scared of getting in trouble to get the girl he loves.


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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Yes, is Harry Potter again because I really enjoy reading this book. This story is about a boy named Harry discovers that his true destiny is to become a great wizard, enemy of the evil Voldemort; but first, he has to attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to learn how. Everything become very interesting because we never know what a School of Witchcraft and Wizardry look likes. Read this book and enjoy it!


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The Host is another book written by Stephenie Meyer. It was awesome and suspense full! I had to stay up all night to finish that big book! it was hard for me to understand the story at the beginning, but figured out later. You will love this book if you like adventure, friendship, and romance books! Oh! And suspense.

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Cirque Du Freak: A Living Nightmare is a book written by Darren Shan. This story is about two boys who are best friends visit an illegal freak show, where an encounter with a vampire and a deadly spider forces them to make life-changing choices. I think this story is interesting because this is a book has a new approach to horror. And I like horror story very much.

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Eragon is a story book about dragon and magic. In Aagaesia, a fifteen-year-old boy of unknown lineage called Eragon finds a mysterious stone that weaves his life into an intricate tapestry of destiny, magic, and power, peopled with dragons, elves, and monsters.
This book was really good. It captured the feelings of the typical teen, forced to face the evils of a magical world.


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The Black Tattoo is a supernatural novel. This book was a perfect mix of macabre, fantasy, and mystery. I liked this book a lot! I liked the fighting scenes where Esme and the Scourge would fight. I also liked it because it would have a chapter on every character throughout the book. It would talk about what they were doing and where they were. I think many people will enjoy this book like I did!


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Three Clams and an Oyster is about a story of friendship. I loved this book because it was about a flag football team and they had to overcome hard challenges. Its a great book if you like sports but it also talks about friendship.

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the final book of Harry Potter Series. As a fan of the series, I have looked forward to this book for a long time. I found this final book to be well done. The story flowed well, kept a good pace and tied up all of the previous 6. Although the epilogue was a bit predictable, I was glad to have a peek into these now long familiar characters to see how they end up.


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WenYao said...

I have read a novel called The Transall Saga recently. This novel is about a thirteen-year-old Mark falls into a tube of blue light and is transported into a more primitive world, where he must use his knowledge and skills to survive.

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The story of 'Wanted' is about Alice Robie's father has been murdered, and the police have an e-mail message in which Alice confesses to the crime. When her own mother suspects her, Alice has no choice but to flee in the hope of proving her innocence. This story is full of actions.

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I have read a book by William Nicholson named The Wind Singer. This was a very cool book, the author did a wonderful job of emerging the reader into the story, so much that all I wanted to do was sit and read the book to the end. William Nicholson's rich vocabulary is just one of the amazing talents he shows in this fascinating fantasy. Although subtle, The Wind Singer really makes you think. I stayed up all night reading it because I couldn't put it down.

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‘Eggs’ is a story book written by Jerry Spinelli. This book is about friendship between two teenagers. Mourning the loss of his mother, nine-year-old David forms an unlikely friendship with independent, quirky thirteen-year-old Primrose, as the two help each other deal with what is missing in their lives. The characters were very hard, very troubled, and it makes me difficult to enjoy the story.

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The Camelot Spell is a story three teenagers living in Camelot are forced to undertake a dangerous mission when King Arthur's court falls under a mysterious enchantment on the eve of the quest for the Holy Grail. If you enjoy stories about King Arthur and Camelot you will enjoy this one, even King Arthur is not really in it very much.

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Harry potter and the Chamber of secrets, tells about a young wizard. Harry Potter is going for his second year at Hogwarts a school for witch craft and wizardry. He is now in a higher class now, and is learning how to do some powerful magic. During the summers he has been staying with his aunt, uncle, and their son. (Harry doesn't get along with their son). On one night a house elf came to him and said Harry must not go back to Hogwarts School he is in great danger? But knowing Harry he goes back anyway, he wants to go because he wants to get away from his aunt and uncle. Harry knows that something bad is going to happen. I enjoy reading this book.
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'Day of Tears' is a sad book I had read. This book told the story of slavery from a child's point of view that actually would have been part of it. While this is fiction, it has a basis in fact. The emotions of the people involved in the story were so sad. Imagine being taken away from your family never to see them again and it's all out of your control!

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Lim said...

Recently I read had read a book that discuss about Adobe Photoshop. I found that there was a lot of function can be use in Photoshop, it improve the photo's quality and make it more realistic. I quite confuse for the term that use in this book. I hope that I can find somebody to help me.

Lim said...

I like fishing, so i borrow a book with title "Fishing World" from my friends recently. They are a lot of fun while I am fishing. There are many skills and techniques teach in this book. But this book majorly discuss about the sea fishing but not river fishing. Anyway, fishing is a good activity, even it may spend a lot of time, but you can train your patience and if you can get a lot of harvest
, you can full your stomach.

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When I help my friend format his computer, I have read a introduction of Windows Vista. After I read the introduction, I found that there is really a lot of different compare with the previous product windows XP. Windows vista can support a lot of software and hardware such as Fire port, Adobe Photoshop CS3 2008 and so on. There graphic become more realistic and beautiful. Vista was really a good product.realistic and beautiful. Vista was really a good product.

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i've read a story which the title was EAST,it is a nice story. It is about a children, meant to replace her dead sister. Maybe because of that, she's never really fit in. She's always felt different, like not in her place, a restless wanderer in a family of homebodies. So when a white bear suddenly shows up and asks her to come away with it-in exchange for health and prosperity for her ailing family she readily agrees.She also have going through many problems in her journey.

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i've read a story which the title was EAST,it is a nice story. It is about a children, meant to replace her dead sister. Maybe because of that, she's never really fit in. She's always felt different, like not in her place, a restless wanderer in a family of homebodies. So when a white bear suddenly shows up and asks her to come away with it-in exchange for health and prosperity for her ailing family she readily agrees.She also have going through many problems in her journey.

aida raihana,

Anonymous said...

during this weekend,i've read some articles.One article i read is about how to choose the best hair style that can match with tour face shape..,it is very interesting and also give me many infomation.

Aida raihana,

Anonymous said...

Do you like colours? i also like colours.i've read an article. It is all about colors and the personality..my color is black..
and the explaination about that colour have a some similar with me.

aida raihana,

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this evening,i've read some part of a book which title what time is it.This book is very interesting as it help us to figure out how important time in our life.it is more about to give us motivation about time. So,don't you ever wasting your time.

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Love??...
Are you believe in love??..
According what I have read In article recently,Love have many type and for the teenagers,Love between couple usually will break because of this factors the couple just want to have fun,the couple cannot stand the obstacle from family and friends.It rarely that the couple can be together until married.

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I read a blog on "Love" the other day and I found it to be kinda intersting that makes me wanna share.
It says that love is a feeling that is very pure that comes from heart that is given to us.But we are the one who made it to be misjudge until it it caused us to do wrong things.
Love means a feeling that is within every human being who wants to be love and protection from danger.It doesn't mean a love from a girlfriend to her boyfriend but from a bigger scope.
it ends with a quote.
"LoVe=We think about it,dream about it,lose sleep worring about it.When we don't have it,we search for it and we have discover it,we don't know what to do with it.We fear of losing it.It is our source of pleasure and pain but we can't actually predict which will it be from one moment to the next.It is a short word.Easy to spell,difficult to define and...
impossible to live without".

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I read on a blog on "Moments of death of Rasulullah S.A.W".It is very touching how he still thinks of his people at the very end of his life.
If anyone like to read futher on the blog,you may go to wangiansyuhada.blogspot.com.

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Anonymous said...

according to the article about girls that i have read before that focus on beauty makeovers, it says that a makeover is the perfect way to freshen and renew your look.A makeover, a body makeover, a clothing makeover or a lifestyle makeover..

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Liverpool Football Club are an English professional association football club based in Liverpool, England. Liverpool play in the Premier League, and are the most successful club in the history of English football, having won more trophies than any other English club. They have won a record 18 First Division titles, and seven FA Cups. Liverpool have won five European Cups(now known as UEFA Champions League), which is an English record.Their fifth Champions League title was concidered as the most amazing football match in the history of the game(for now).It it because that night in Istanbul,they were left behind 3-0 by Ac Milan.But they came back in the second half which was a miracle by everyone and tied the score at 3 all at the 90 minutes.They kept the game well in the extra time and they went to the penalty.Liverpool goalkeeper in that match,Jerzy Dudek made some stunning saves in game continued in the penalty.He made to briliant save to make Liverpool win their fifth Champions League title.
That magical night was known as "The Magic in Istanbul".

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Anonymous said...

SIMPLE WAY TO EASE NECK PAIN

Do you know that doing your own physical therapy can help ease neck pain. By bending at the hips, allowing your arms to dangle towards your feet and your head without tension. As you breathe slowly in and out gently swing our head from side to side to loosen the neck. You'll become aware of the joy that lengthening these muscles can offer. Bend your knees as you slowly come back to a standing position.
Come on friends try this exercise. I'm sure that it can help most after you are tired doing your revision for final exam...

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Anonymous said...

This is one of the article that i read,and it told me about bacteria.Bacteria are one-celled organisms visible only with a microscope. They're so small that if you lined up a thousand of them end to end, they could fit across the end of a pencil eraser. They're shaped like short rods, spheres or spirals. Bacteria are self-sufficient they don't need a host to reproduce and they multiply by subdivision.

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Anonymous said...

colours makes our life more fun.Everybody have their own favourite colour..
and now i want to told you about rainbow that i've been search on my reading..
this is a good question when people starts asking you "where is the sun when you see a rainbow?" Most people have never noticed that the sun is always behind you when you face a rainbow, and that the center of the circular arc of the rainbow is in the direction opposite to that of the sun.The rain, of course is in the direction of the rainbow....


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Anonymous said...

this what i read on a forum saying that last year, 12november at Chennai, India. A 33 years old man had married a dog to atone for his sin of killing 2 dogs 15years ago in an accident. However he lost his hearing, legs and hands got paralysed. A local astrologer believe this would help him to cure his physical impairment. Kind of funny right, but it was real !!!

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Lim said...

After the "Popeye" comic strip was launched in 1931, spinach consumption went up by thirty-three percent in the United States.This is the article title that I read recently. I feel that this is really a terrible situation. A cartoon character can change the opinion on a vegetable. In fact, Popeye had certainly done his part in promoting the leafy green stuff.
http://www.amusingfacts.com/facts/Detail/popeye.html

Lim said...

Today I read a very interesting article that dicuss about hippos. Hippos drink as much as 250 litres of water in any given 24 hour period. 250 litres is a little over 55 gallons. Hippos is the second biggest land animal after elephant. Hippos is a social animal with in its own group. They can growth up until size of 1.5 tin fir famale and 3.0 ton for male.

Lim said...

I found an article that talk about the iguana, the huge reptile in the world. An iguana can tay underwater up to 30 minutes,but iguana was a land animal.The iguana is an interesting creature that likes to climb and swim, and which comes with a nifty suit of outer skin featuring leathery overlapping scales, and tall plates resembling spines on their backs.
http://www.amusingfacts.com/facts/Detail/iguana-stay-underwater.html

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Polar bears are a unique member of their own species,they have beautiful white skin and live at . Shey are also the largest bear, with males weighing up to 1400 lbs. and females coming in at half that amount.Polar bears can smell seal from 20 miles away.
http://www.amusingfacts.com/facts/Detail/polar-bears-smell.html

Lim said...

Recently I have read an article about travel. In this article, It introduce the largest ketchup bottle in the world which is 170 feet tall and is located in Collinsville, Illinois, USA. It was built in 1949 by the W.E. Caldwell Company as a water tower. This ketchup bottle was build in 1891.
http://www.amusingfacts.com/facts/Detail/ketchup-bottle.html

Lim said...

This is the comment that I post after I read the article that talk about Levan.Levan, which is located in Utah, got it's name from "navel", which is Levan spelled backwards. It was named this because it is the center of Utah. This is a place that full with cultural and history. This is really a nice place to travel.
http://www.amusingfacts.com/facts/Detail/levan-utah-origin.html

Lim said...

This is really a funny article that I ever read before. The title of Breakfast with the Stars is talk about a piece of French toast that was partially eaten by singer Justin Timberlake sold on eBay.The winning bid at closing was over $3,000.
http://www.amusingfacts.com/facts/Detail/justin-timberlake-toast.html

Lim said...

Today i had read an interesting news. The news is about teacher dies in burning car.The victim's name is Jasman Imran. He was trapped inside his car and burnt to death when his car caught fire following an accident at 64km Jalan Sandakan-Lahad Datu.According to Kinabatangan police chief DSP Jaini Abdul Kadir the incident happened at about 1.30pm when the car driven by Jasman crashed head-on with a four-wheel-drive vehicle that came from the opposite direction.After the impact, Jasman’s Perodua Myvi was engulfed in flames and the unfortunate victim was trapped inside.
Resource: The Star

Lim said...

I have read a magazine.It is about healthy. While i am reading this magazine, i have learn some tips to increase our healthy.
There is we need to exercise for at least 20 minutes or jogging 2.4 km and do it at least 4 days in a week.Besides that, take as many vegetables and fruits as you can while you are having your meal. Try to avoid the food that contain high calori. Make sure that you have not taking any food 2 hours before you exescise.

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Recently I have read an article about US scientists that found the oldest fossil tracks of legged animal, from 570 million years ago. The discovery has push back the advent of more complex creatures on Earth by some 30 million years.The fossil was found in sdimentary rocks in the US state of Nevada and thought to belong to a centipede that lived in the water.They also suggest that animals walked using legs at least 30 million years earlier than had been thought

Lim said...

This some of the benefits taking the aloe vera after I read the article that introduce plants.
Aloe vera can reduce blood sugar level, lose weight, besides that aloe vera also reducing cholesterol, increasing energy and providing optimal health. Aloe Vera has been used in alternative medicines and therapies since biblical times, and is mentioned in the New Testament as an herbal medicine.The vast uses of aloe vera encompass the entire body and will strengthen the immune system to make you healthier.

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Malaysian food is not one particular distinction of food but a culinary diversity originating from it's multi-ethnic population of Malay,Indian,Chinese,Nyonya and the indigenous people of Borneo.A brief look into the past and how this multi-ethnic country came to be ,is essential in order to comprehend how such a cosmic array of food ,has how come to be known all over the world as "Malaysian food".Presented here are some of the various delicious and popular dishes from this rainbow of gastronomic spectrum,with picture and detailed recipes from each unique ethnic kichen.

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Hai..Recently I have read a news about what had happen recently in Bolloywood.The fighting for the most popular actor in Bolloywood,Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan.It have cause chous in Bolloywood because every actor has to choose to be in the side of Dato' Shah Rukh or Salman Khan.It happen because Salman has critised Shah Rukh Khan.

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Anonymous said...

sadness vs happiness??

that's the 2 things that should have in our life.we cannot avoid sadness to achieve the happiness.it is true..it is better to be pain rather too much happiness.this will make us more alert in our daily life.simply click on this url to have more information on this topic.
http://www.newstatesman.com/199905170019

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Anonymous said...

technique on facing examination

as the final exam is just around the corner, i quite interested ion this topic i've found.here, i would like to share with all my friends.by the way, the preparation is the most important thing before sitting for the examination.don't waste your time now.set your goal,manage your time appropriately,be on time,don't panic if you can't answer,relax,don't forget all the materials should bring in,read all the instructions,and for Muslim don't forget 5 times prayer,doa and tawakal...well, good luck my friend!!!

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Anonymous said...

8 Chemo Nutrition Tips
ive read these...
Ask experts what are the best foods to eat during cancer treatment and you’re likely to hear a round of weary sighs. “What you’d love for me to say is, ‘The real secret is mixing ginger, cinnamon, and tofu and it’s going to make you feel wonderful,’” says Dr. Eric Winer, Chief Scientific Advisor for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. “But the truth is there aren’t any magic foods.” Eating a low-calorie diet rich in vegetables, fruits and other plant-based foods is just as important in sickness as it is in health.

But for patients undergoing cancer treatment, there are days when physical and emotional challenges make appetites nonexistent and food wholly unappealing. “A registered dietician is your best ally in alleviating that,” says Sheri Knecht, registered dietitian on call for the South Atlantic Division of the American Cancer Society. “They’ll ask probing questions to figure out what your needs are and be able to give individualized assistance depending on what you’re going through.”


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Anonymous said...

10 Immunity Boosters

Studies show that green tea—infused with the antioxidant EGCG—reduces the risk of most types of cancer. "The phytonutrients in tea also support the growth of intestinal bacteria," says Bowerman.

"Specifically, they inhibit the growth of bad bacteria—E. coli, Clostridium, Salmonella—and leave the beneficial bacteria untouched." Why is this important? "Because up to 70 percent of your immune system is located in your digestive tract," says Susan Bowerman, assistant director of the Center for Human Nutrition at the University of California at Los Angeles. "Four cups a day will keep it functioning at its peak."


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10 Immunity Boosters

Studies show that green tea—infused with the antioxidant EGCG—reduces the risk of most types of cancer. "The phytonutrients in tea also support the growth of intestinal bacteria," says Bowerman.

"Specifically, they inhibit the growth of bad bacteria—E. coli, Clostridium, Salmonella—and leave the beneficial bacteria untouched." Why is this important? "Because up to 70 percent of your immune system is located in your digestive tract," says Susan Bowerman, assistant director of the Center for Human Nutrition at the University of California at Los Angeles. "Four cups a day will keep it functioning at its peak."


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Anonymous said...

10 Inflammation Fighters

With its potent mix of vitamins, antioxidants, and enzymes (in particular, bromelain), pineapple is an all-body anti-inflammation cocktail. It also protects against colon cancer, arthritis, and macular degeneration, says Grieger. If only the "colada" part of the equation were as healthy. Have half a cup, two or three times a week.

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The Things That Make Us Happy

Happiness is stubborn; hard to find, difficult to augment. Circumstances under our control (employment, education, money) account for only about 10 to 15 percent of our "subjective well-being," the technical term for how good we judge life to be. Happiness is largely due to personality traits and temperament; the torments or glories of fate don't make a huge difference in how we feel. When it comes to subjective well-being, "you don't get a big bang out of the real world," says Alex Michalos of the University of Northern British Columbia.

But if you're determined to optimize that 10 to 15 percent that's in your control, our happiness fact list offers a few clues that are based on multiple studies.

Hint: Enjoy the little things; being pleased frequently has more influence on well-being than being intensely happy once in a while.


By Kathleen McGowan, PsychologyToday.com

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Anonymous said...

oLIVE OIL HAS BEEN ONE OF THE 7FOODS TO KEEP US YOUNG..
Four decades ago, researchers from the Seven Countries Study concluded that the monounsaturated fats in olive oil were largely responsible for the low rates of heart disease and cancer on the Greek island of Crete. Now we know that olive oil also contains polyphenols, powerful antioxidants that may help prevent age-related diseases.

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Anonymous said...

why is love important??

love means to cherish, hold dear, and treasure. we do not hurt, harm, or cause pain to those we love. it is not about wanting people, it's about wanting people to be happy. it's not about wanting to possess or controlothers, it's about wanting to set them free.

ain't it best topic?i think so..
in this global world,too much abusement can we see anywhere.lack of love bring them to this problem.
hope there's still have love in you.

http://www.buzzle.com/editorials/7-21-2006-103108.asp

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Anonymous said...

A WAY TO WHITER TEETH
IVE READ THESE..
"Foods that are high in cellulose—a strong starchlike compound found in celery, carrots, and apples—act as natural abrasives, cleansing teeth and removing surface stains naturally," says Jeff Golub-Evans, D.D.S., a cosmetic dentist in New York City. And greens such as spinach, broccoli, and lettuce contain mineral compounds that form a film over the teeth, so pigments from other foods can't stain

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Anonymous said...

ONE OF THE FOODS TOUGH TO DIGEST

Fried chicken nuggets

Anytime you take a food, dip it in batter and then deep fry it, you turn it into something that can be a bit hard on the gut. Fried foods inevitably are greasy and high in fat, both of which spell trouble for the stomach. If you already suffer from inflammatory bowel disease, greasy foods are especially problematic and can cause symptoms like nausea and diarrhea, says Tara Gidus, a dietitian in Orlando, Fla. To make a healthier version, take frozen chicken nuggets (or use your own breadcrumb batter on chicken breasts) and bake them, rather than fry.

The advice to forgo fried for flavorful alternatives is also helpful for other traditionally greasy snacks, like potato chips. To get the crunchy, salty sensation of chips without the unfortunate side effects, look for baked versions of potato chips or switch to low- or no-fat snacks like pretzels, air-popped popcorn or soy crisps

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Anonymous said...

relationship over the seas??

why i chose this topic??
i don't know why...
missing someone??
of course yes...
my big bro there...hehe.

1)good communication
2)trust
3)respect for one another
4)making quality time for one another

for more information,simply log on http://www.buzzle.com/editorials/1-13-2005-64122.asp

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Anonymous said...

ONE OF THE Secrets of the Effortlessly Thin
THEY DONT DIET!!!
Or at least not in the traditional, all-or-nothing, deprivation sense of the word. "You need to get rid of that diet mentality and realize that what you are doing is making a permanent lifestyle change," says Anne Fletcher, M.S., R.D., author of the Thin for Life book series. She adds, "You do have to cut back on calories if you want to stay thin, but it's about reassessing what you eat and being more sensible in your choices, not about a quick-fix, crazy diet." Research has also shown that thin people tend to have a better quality diet than those who are overweight. They eat more fruits and vegetables and more fiber, and drink more water—all healthy things that provide more food volume for the number of calories.

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Anonymous said...

what is friendship???

it is inexpressible comfort of feeling safe with a person..

it is not an easy way to search for a true friend.

http://www.dgreetings.com/friendship/meaning.html

"There is a Miracle called Friendship
that dwells within the heart
and you don't know how it happens
or when it even starts.

But the happiness it brings you
always gives a special lift
and you realize that
Friendship
is God's most precious gift."

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Anonymous said...

i read on PC.com magazine just now.
and here i've found an interesting stuff for your laptop which is head-banging alerts.it is i-Knock personal instant messaging notifier.just plug in the USB cable and 3.5mm jack. it's provide you with an audio as well as visual cue to alert you when someone sends you an e-mail, sends you a chat message or log on. it supports instant messenger programs such as MSN,Yahoo Messenger and Skype.it costs RM199..for more information, www.stysen.com

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Anonymous said...

What is technology?Technology is a broad concept that deals with a species usage and knowledge of tools and crafts, and how it affects a species ability to control and adapt to its environment.Many people said that we can not live without technology.May be because technology has affected society and its surroundings in a number of ways.It is true?

Anonymous said...

The Honda Civic Hybrid is engineered to provide amazing performance and excellent fuel consumption.


This is achieved through an electric motor installed between the engine and the transmission. It engages as you accelerate or go uphill, boosting engine power until you reach cruising speed. The motor then adds necessary additional power to accelerate. However, at low speed cruise, the car runs on power from the motor alone. As you raise the acceleration, the engine switches to a higher power output and the motor provides a stronger, powerful acceleration.

When it decelerates, the IMA battery will be in recharge mode.

Meanwhile, all the electric power created by the electric motor will be stored in a compact battery box that is called the Intelligent Power Unit. It controls the electricity to and from the electric motor.

http://www.honda.net.my/models/civicHybrid_technology.cfm

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Anonymous said...

movie review:House Bunny

This isn't to say this is a classic comedy by any means, but anyone that goes to see House Bunny should walk away with a smile.

Anna Faris as Shelley Darlingson and Emma Stone as Natalie in The House Bunny.

I just can tell you that..the rest,why don't you watch it yourself??hehe.
it's fun for me...

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Anonymous said...

Recently I've read about epilepsy..

Do you know the epilepsy is always happen at children.
Thing that cause epilepsy:

1. Brain tumor or stoke
2. Brain injury to an infant
during delivary.
3. Meningitis and viral
encephalitis (brain and
spinal cord infections)
4. abuse of alcohol can lead to
epilepsy.

http://ehealthhut.com/health_information

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Anonymous said...

Eat Healthfully and Enjoy It!

fresh fruits
fresh vegetables
calcium-rich foods
exercise 3 times a week
less sugar in your dishes
focus on your aim!!!

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Anonymous said...

This week i had read one story book,Harry Porter and the goblet of fire.In this session, Harry Porter had been choosen to be one of the participate to play a game.The game is dangerous and only the powerful people can win.Finally, Harry Porter won the game but his friend died.As we know Harry porter become phenomena in film world.Harry porter is a young boy become a great wizard.There are 7 series of harry porter books.I really enjoyed reading this story.

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Anonymous said...

hi..

do you ever seen your baby always put his hand on his mouth during 3 to 7 month. It is because he teeth is growing. It happen because your baby gum feel itchy. You can help your baby by gently rub or massage your baby gum withclean finger or the back of small cool spoon. Frozen theething ring or a cold cloth may also provide some relief. Do not use teething biscuits because they may contain sugar. If your baby is in pain give Infant Acetaminophen.

I hope this article will help you!

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Anonymous said...

hye..

Today I was read an article about Korean traditional costume called Hanbok. Hanbok is composed of a balero-style blouse and along skirt,uniquely proportioned. In some cases, the skirt is four times longer than the blouse. As a result, even a short woman looks taller in it.
I hope one day I have a chance to wear it.

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Anonymous said...

How to manage your time?

Computers and the internet were supposed tomake life easier, instead people are busier than ever. Try to learn to manage your time to get as much as you can out of each day. Follow this simple step to help you manage your time.

1. Create a schedule or to-do list. Write down deadlines for accomplishing certain tasks.

2. Plan to tackel difficult projects at the time of day

3. Create some personal time for you to hang out with your friends and family.

4. Prioritize what you need to accomplish.

5. Delegate as many cores as you can.

6. Learn to say no to nonessential demands on your time.

7. Overcome procrastination.

8. Avoid perfectionism.

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Anonymous said...

Do different colors affect your mood?I agree with that statement. I already read one article about color psychology. The article said that colors often have different meanings in various cultures.Actually, i love colors white, black and brown.
White is symbolize innocence and purity.
Black is the color of authority and power.
Brown is the color of earth and its implies genuineness.
You can know more information about color psychology on the website

http://www.infoplease.com/spot/colors1.html

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Anonymous said...

Kimchi

Kimchi also spelled gimchi or kimchee, is a traditional Korean fermented dish made of vegetables with varied seasonings. Kimchi is the most common side dish eaten at every Korean meal with rice. Kimchi also a common ingredient and combined with other ingredients to make dish such as kimchi stew and kimchi fried rice. Kimchi is so ubiquitous that the Korean Aerospace Research Intitute (KARI) developed space kimchi to accompany the first Korean astrunout to the Russian-manned space ship Soyuz.

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Anonymous said...

One of my role model are Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad, was our fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia.For our information,he held the post for 22 years from 1981 to 2003, making him Malaysia's longest-serving Prime Minister, and one of the longest-serving leadres in Asia. During his term in office, he was credited for engineering Malaysia's rapid modernization and promoting non-individualistic Asian values. Mahathir is also known for his criticisms of western and developed countries. I really admired him.

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Anonymous said...

Teacher's Day

In some countries, Teacher's Days are intendedto be special days for the appreciation of teachers. Some of them are holidays while others are celebrated during working days.In Malaysia, Teacher's Days also called 'Hari Guru' will celebrate on May 16 for every year.This date was chosen because in the same month in 1956, the Federal Legislative Council of the Malay Sates had received several suggestions from the Education Committe regarding Teacher's Day as the base of education in Malaysia.The document, known as the Razak Report, has become the foundation of education in Malaysia ever since. Although it is not an official school holiday, celebrations are usually held on May 16.

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Anonymous said...

Today I was read an article about chocolate history. Nowadays peolple realy love chocolate but they didn't know where it come from and how it been produce. Here Iwant to share a little bit about the history of chocolate.

The tasty secret of coco tree was dicovered 2,000 years ago in the tropical rain forest of the Americas. The pods of this tree contain seeds that can make chocolate. The first people known to have made chocolate were the ancient cultures of Mexico and Central America. This people mixed ground cocoa seeds with various seasonings to make a spicy, frothy drink. Later, the Spanish brougth the seed back home to Spain, where new recipes were created. The drinks popularity spread troughout Europe. Since then, new technologies and inovations have changed the texture and taste of chocolate, but it still remains one of the world's favourite flavors.

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Anonymous said...

Hye..

Jeju Island is another place That I want to visit inthis world. Jeju Island is located at South Korea.
Jeju Island is a volcanic island, dominated by Halla Mountain, a volacano 1,950 metres high and the highest mountain in South Korea. The island was created entirely from volcanic eruptions approximately 2 million years ago, it consist chiefly basalt and lava. It has a subtropical climate, warmer than the rest of Korea, with four distinct seasons. Half of the summer is rainy, and the winter is fairly dry. There is a crater lake which is the only natural lake in South Korea.

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Anonymous said...

I love reading fairy tale story.The most i like is cinderella.Every one knows that cinderella is a young woman living in unfortunate circumstances which suddenly change to remarkable fortune.I'm sure we all have all heard the story of cinderella. We know the beautiful girl with the two step-sisters and wicked step-mother.Well you already know the ending, the beautiful girl was married the handsome prince, and they live happily ever after.
During i was child, i always wondering to be a princess likes cinderella. But my sister always said that cinderella is only fairy tale story and it does not exist. But, until now i loves reading a fairy tales story.

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Recently I was read about What is your favourite colour? My favourite colour is pink. Here I want to share a little bit about the personality of this colour. People who love the color pink are usually either in a blissful state or looking for one, They want to draw the little smiley faces on everything. Truly loving everyone, they try to see the best in others. If they don't find something good in a person, there has to be a very good explanation in the pink personalities mind as to why not. Those who have this personality quietly study the best way to approach problems and then take action. Because they tend to research ideas this way, they may be seen as slow but they are anything but slow. Pink personalities watch what they do or say because they are afraid that others may see them in a harsh light. They try to make everyone happy. I know people who love this colour have realy good and cute personalities.

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Anonymous said...

Today I was read about menopause. Menopause is a natural part of a women's aging process and officially begins 12 months after the final menstrual period. Most of the women reach menopause in their early 50's. So healthy living might slowering menopause symptom. Regular exercise can reduce the risk associated with elevated cholesterol levels, weight, heart disease, diabetes and breast cancer. .
Smoking increases the rate of estrogen breakdown, worsening symptoms of menopause. .
Reducing alcohol and caffeine intake may help menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and insomnia.

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Anonymous said...

How to become wealthy?

There are 7 tips to become wealthy.

1.Change the way you think about money.
2.Develop an understanding of the power of small amounts.
3.With each dollar you save, you are buying yourself freedom.
4.You are responsible for where you are in your life.
5.Instead of buying product buy the stock.

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Anonymous said...

I had read article how to make you free from stressness.

Firstly,make your surrounding peaceful. Tidy up your room and your desk. Making everything neat can less your emotion from being stress.

And also, arrange the things regularly.This simple tips can make you free from stress.

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Anonymous said...

Do you know that, by just having exercise and drink low fat milk, your body will become ideal?

From the American Journals of Clinical Nutrition, it was clearly explain that those are drink two glasses of low fat milk after exercise, and drink it again after an hour later, they will lose their fat untill 1kg in 12 weeks.

Besides, calcium and calory can help you to lose your weight also.


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Anonymous said...

I've read about how to make a home made hair treatment. Here I want to share it with you. Follow this step to make your hair healthy.

1. lemon juice and vinegar can all be used to bring out the shine in your hair. Mix one of these products with water and apply after shampooing.
2. Mixing a small amount of baking soda into your shampoo will assist in removing excess grease and dirt.
3. 3Blend almond oil, honey and hair conditioner to create a treatment for frizzy hair. Leave the mixture on the hair for 20 minutes and then rinse it out.
4. Use a homemade hot oil treatment at least twice a month.
5. Put eggs in your homemade hair treatment.It provide the hair protein taht ie essential for healthy hair.
I hope you can try it and enjoy applying it.

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Anonymous said...

I like to eat so I like to read about food. Recently I was read about Miso Soup. Miso soup is a traditional Japanese soup consisting of astock called "dashi" into which is mixed softened miso paste. Miso is a soy bean paste, it was made by fermenting soy beans with salt and koji. Koji are fermented grains such as rice, barley, and soy beans. I love to eat miso soup with a lot of mushrooms. Yummy.

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hi..

More food reading from me. Now I was read about Ramen. Ramen is Japanese noodle dish that originated in China. It tends to be served in a meat-based broth, and uses toppings such as dried seaweed, kamaboko, green onions, and even corn. Almost every locality or prefecture in Japan has its own variation of ramen, from the tonkotsu ramen of Kyūshū to the miso ramen of Hokkaidō. A wide variety of ramen exists in Japan, with geographical and vendor-specific differences even in varieties that share the same name. Ramen can be broadly categorized by its two main ingredients: noodles and soup. There are variety of way to cook ramen. In Japan we can get ramen frm vending machine. Instant Ramen look like instant noodle in Malaysia.

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Anonymous said...

i think most people knew about this information.but i just want to tell that some scientists believe that the earth's supplies of coal,petroleum and other fossils fuels will soon run out. in order to meet the ever increasing demand for fuel energy from the sun which is more commonly known as solar energy.various methods of utilizing this energy have been developed.

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ultrazlan said...

Papercut

Do you know what papercut is?Actually it is asindrom...like a paranoid sindrom..the worst part of it is when the person hear any voice of people ask them to do something...it could be anything...

This problem has no solution..because this is an extraordinary problem among people..

Avoid to sit and talk lonely..otherwise you will get this mental problem...

Anonymous said...

The Vitamin C

Vitamin C is purely the L-enantiomer of ascorbate; the opposite D-enantiomer has no physiological significance. Both forms a mirror images of the same moleculer structure.

In humans, vitamin C is a highly effective antioxidant, acting to lessen oxidative stress, a substrate for ascorbate peroxidase, as well as an enzyme cofactor for the biosynthesis of many important biochemicals. Vitamin C acts as an electron donor for eight difrent enzymes.

Scurvy is an avitaminosis resulting from lack of vitamin C.
Scurvy leads to the formation of liver spots on the skin,spongy gums and bleeding from all mucous membranes. The spots are most abundant on the thighs and legs. Person with the ailment looks pale, feels depressed and is partially immobilized.

Finally, we must have extra Vitamin C in our body. Vitamin C can be get from lemon,nitrus and any sour fruits. It is good for our health.

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My Favourite Band.

Linkin Park is an American rock band from Agoura Hills, California. Since their formation in 1996, the band has sold more than 50 million albums and won two Grammy Awards.They achieved mainstream success with their debut album, Hybrid Theory, which was certified Diamond by the RIAA in 2005. Their following studio album, Meteora, continued the band's success, topping the Billboard 200’s album charts in 2003, and was followed by extensive touring and charity work around the world.

Recognized for their adaptation of the nu metal and rap rock genre into a radio-friendly yet densely-layered style in Hybrid Theory and Meteora, the band moved away from this and explored a variety of other genres in their latest studio album, Minutes to Midnight. The album topped the Billboard charts and had the third best debut week of any album that year.They are also known for their several collaborations, most notably with rapper Jay-Z in their mash-up album Collision Course, and many other artists on Reanimation.

Until now i like them...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linkin_Park

Anonymous said...

The Living Skeleton.

From the title above we may think about ghost right? But, the real meaning in my discusion is the anorexic syndrom that happens in most of women that want to look much prettier than they have.

Anorexia nervosa is a psychiatric diagnosis taht describes an eating disorder, characterized by low body weight and body image distortion, with an obsessive fear of gaining weight.

The patients who have this disorder always think that they are fat and ugly.

For the women out there, whatever you are, do not follow of this symptom. You are already grown up, and think intelligently for your health.

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Anonymous said...

This is from health magazine that i read.

If you have trouble keeping your underarms dry, instead of just applying it at night before you sleep. This helps active ingredients penetrate better as your sweats glands are more relaxed when your body temperature lowers,therefore improving the effects of the anti-perspirant the following day even after you shower.

So,do not worries about bad odour on you.

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Feelings To...

The word feeling has several possible definitions. The word was first used in the English language to describe the physical sensation of touch either through experience or perception. The word is also used to describe physical sensation apart from touch such as "a feeling of warmth". In psychology the word is usually reserved for the conscious subjective experience of emotion. Phenomenology and heterophenomenology are philosophical approaches that provide some basis for knowledge of feelings. Many schools of psychotherapy depend on the therapist achieving some kind of understanding of the client's feelings, for which methodologies exist. Some theories of interpersonal relationships also have a role for shared feelings or understanding of another person's feelings.

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The Best Ever Car Builder...

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation with foreign partners, a strategy pioneered by their first president Tomio Kubo to encourage expansion, and continued by his successors. A significant stake was sold to Chrysler Corporation in 1971 which it held for 22 years, while DaimlerChrysler was a controlling shareholder between 2000 and 2005. Long term joint manufacturing and technology licencing deals with the Hyundai Motor Company in South Korea and Proton in Malaysia were also forged, while in Europe the company co-owned the largest automobile manufacturing plant in the Netherlands with Volvo for ten years in the 1990s, before taking sole ownership in 2001.

Nevertheless,Malaysias owe something with Mitsubishi.

Anonymous said...

I had read about the article of the best and hot dramas of Gossips Girl.

This series is one of my favourite television shows. The Gossips Girl is a story about the wealth students and socialist in the city of Upper East Side. This students always fight each other to become glamourous and use the wealthy to get what they want. One of the main character Serena is always being jealousy by her ex-bestfriend because Serena is always being loved by everyone around her compared to Blair, who are confused on herself.Blair's boyfriend,Nate, also have crush on Serena, and this make Blair become selfish and ask her friends to stay away from Serena.

This series also thaught the audiens not to be greedy and we can buy everything although we are too wealth but friendship is priceless.

Anonymous said...

I had read about the article of the best and hot dramas of Gossips Girl.

This series is one of my favourite television shows. The Gossips Girl is a story about the wealth students and socialist in the city of Upper East Side. This students always fight each other to become glamourous and use the wealthy to get what they want. One of the main character Serena is always being jealousy by her ex-bestfriend because Serena is always being loved by everyone around her compared to Blair, who are confused on herself.Blair's boyfriend,Nate, also have crush on Serena, and this make Blair become selfish and ask her friends to stay away from Serena.

This series also thaught the audiens not to be greedy and we can buy everything although we are too wealth but friendship is priceless.

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Anonymous said...

The Great Pyramid of Giza, also called Khufu's Pyramid or the Pyramid of Khufu, and Pyramid of Cheops, is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza Necropolis bordering what is now Cairo, Egypt, and is the only remaining member of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It is believed the pyramid was built as a tomb for Fourth dynasty Egyptian King Khufu (Cheops in Greek) and constructed over a 20 year period concluding around 2560 BC. The Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Visibly all that remains is the underlying step-pyramid core structure seen today. Many of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base of the Great Pyramid. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories regarding the Great Pyramid's construction techniques. Most accepted construction theories are based on the idea that it was built by moving huge stones from a quarry and dragging and lifting them into place.

There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the main part of a complex setting of buildings that included two mortuary temples in honor of Khufu (one close to the pyramid and one near the Nile), three smaller pyramids for Khufu's wives, an even smaller "satellite" pyramid, a raised causeway connecting the two temples, and small mastaba tombs surrounding the pyramid for nobles.
-some web article-

bult for what huh???

zahari rahim

Anonymous said...

Protein is probably one of the most important parts of the diet for human and many mammal. For BODYBUILDER, they consume 2 gram of protein per pound of body weight is ideal, some suggesting that less is sufficient, while others recommending 2.5, 3, or more for every meal.(1 set protein + 2 set carbohydrate meals) We can see their body like monster crushing machine, apart from that, they are monster eating machine too! e.g. one's man weight 250 lb x 2.5g = 625g (plus carbohydrate 625 x 2 = 1250 g ) That mean the total they must ate for one meal 1825 g @ 1.825kg! is they must consume at least a whole chicken, what a man!

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Anonymous said...

Blue Christmas
(By: Mary Kay Andrews)

One week before Christmas, Weezie Foley who sold antique materials already decorates her shop for christmas competition. But after she already decorates her shop, one by one of her antique material lost and she think a mysteries customer’s stole it. In same time, Weezie hope that her boyfriend gives her ring and take her to go holiday. But her boyfriend, Daniel not interesting to go holiday with him. Weezie still hope something wonderful will happen in the night Christmas.

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Anonymous said...

Parkour(the art of movement)is an activity with the aim of moving from one point to another as efficiently and quickly as possible, using principally the abilities of the human body.It is meant to help one overcome obstacles, which can be anything in the surrounding environment from branches and rocks to rails and concrete walls and can be practiced in both rural and urban areas.Parkour practitioners are refered to as traceurs, or traceuses for females.
This art was founded by David Belle in France.It is practicing one's to develop mind and body to overcome obstacle in an emergency.
In Malaysia,there are three student have develop this art.They trained at a small park just next to the Putra Mosque in Putrajaya.
Parkour gives you strength in all three areas - physical, mental and spiritual. The traceurs obviously physically fitter, but also have to be mentally strong to challenge yourself the way traceurs do with parkour. And in terms of spirituality, traceurs are always mindful that the essence of parkour is to do good, that traceurs pushing ourselves to be better individuals.

"Brani mati punyaaa..!!!"

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Anonymous said...

How to know if he/she is a liar

1.Body language

The physical expressions of a liar may appear to be stiff or limited. It is typical to see less hand and arm movement. The liar will try to withdraw into their own space.

A liar will often try to avoid eye contact. There of course may be other reasons for this response too and people with experience in a bi-cultural or multicultural setting may come across this trait without it being an indication or otherwise of honesty.

Another point that is often referred to in the literature on this topic is the tendency of someone who is lying is put their hands up near their face. Perhaps they will touch their throat or mouth, scratch their ear etc.

2.Reactions and method of interaction.

Someone who is lying will be uncomfortable when they have to face the person asking them questions or accusing them of a lie. Often this will translate into a person turning their body or head in a different direction.

It is also the case that a person who is lying will get very defensive. A person who is telling the truth will be more likely to attack or go on the offensive.

Liars may try to put physical barriers between them and the accuser. This may translate into the unconscious placing of an object, such as a piece of furniture, between themselves and the person who they are lying to, or they may cross their arms.

liar or "liar"??

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Anonymous said...

Do you know about World War 2??

World War II, or the Second World War, was a global military conflict which involved a majority of the world's nations, including all of the great powers, organized into two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis. The war involved the mobilization of over 100 million military personnel, making it the most widespread war in history. In a state of "total war", the major participants placed their complete economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities at the service of the war effort, erasing the distinction between civilian and military resources. Over 70 million people, the majority of them civilians, were killed, making it the deadliest conflict in human history.

The starting date of the war is generally held to be September 1939 with the German invasion of Poland and subsequent declarations of war on Germany by the United Kingdom, France and the British Dominions. However, as a result of other events, many belligerents entered the war before or after this date, during a period which spanned from 1937 to 1941. Amongst these main events are the Marco Polo Bridge Incident, the start of Operation Barbarossa and the attack on Pearl Harbor and British and Netherlands colonies in South East Asia.

The Soviet Union and the United States emerged from the war as the world's leading superpowers. This set the stage for the Cold War, which lasted for the next 45 years. The United Nations was formed in the hope of preventing another such conflict. The self determination spawned by the war accelerated decolonization movements in Asia and Africa, while Western Europe itself began moving toward integration.

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Anonymous said...

OUR FRAGILE EARTH

For the forth article, I would like to talk about Earth. So, in an article that I have read, Earth is a tremendous planet with waters, ideal temperature, landscape shaped by severely erosion, rainfall and water – streams and now its environment is severely threaten with the rises of temperature, of course it causes catastrophes to the earth. The rises of temperature are mainly caused by the increasing of the percentage of carbon dioxide in the air and consequently causes the ice-melting of the poles that can speed up the rises of the sea level, lowering the sea temperature that maximize the heat – absorbance and causes the longer colder winter and higher temperature of summer.
In my opinion, these are need to be stop and the best ways can be carry out are by lowering the greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide by 70% at today’s rate or our next generation will pay the higher price for the way we live today. And also we need to start planting more plant from now on to increase the oxygen.

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Anonymous said...

How solar power works.

A solar tower is a device that converts solar thermal energy (heat from the sun) into electricity. Solar towers are used for large-scale power generation.
Computer controlled mirrors (called heliostats) follow the sun, adjusting their position as the sun moves, and reflect sunlight toward the top of the solar tower, where a heat collector tank is located. Of course, more than one heliostat is needed, so an arrangement of hundreds or even thousands of heliostats is used.

The combined reflected sunlight of these heliostats is capable of producing temperatures as high as 550 degrees, Celsius at the focus point.

Thus, the liquid inside the boiler is rapidly heated and is then pumped downward into storage tanks, or is pumped directly into to a heat exchanger where it is used to make steam.

The steam produced by the heat exchanger is then led through a steam turbine, which uses the steam to generate electricity.

As an interesting note, liquid sodium can be used as a heat transfer/storage liquid, because of its ability to hold and store heat efficiently. Large storage tanks can be used to hold the heated liquid sodium. The stored "heat" can then be used at night, so as to continue generating steam which is used to generate electricity.

Currently, there are two solar towers in operation using the above design. The 64 MW Nevada Solar One and 11 MW PS10 solar power tower in Spain.

Solar tower energy is categorized as CSP (concentrated solar power) technology. There are several other power plant designs which use concentrated solar power technology. This includes the parabolic trough and the solar dish engine.

The article above give a new knowledge to me about solar tower power.The solar tower function to converts solar thermal energy into electricity in large-scale power generation.The main parts in this solar power tower is the heliostas.Heliostats is the computer that controlled the mirror which follow the sun.The mirror will move as the sun move and reflect the sunlight towards the top of the solar tower.The solar tower contain a heat collector tank inside it.The combining of the reflected sunlight will produce a high temperature and boiled the liquid inside it rapidly.Then,it is pumped into a heat exchanger and led through a steam turbin and the steam are used to generate electricity.In addition information,the liquid sodium can be used asa aheat transfer because of its ability to hold and store heat efficiently.As conclusion,from this article i can conclude that one of the source in produce electricity is solar power tower.

-blavia article-

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Anonymous said...

DAD BLESSINGS

This short story is about a father who really loves his son. He just has a son. His son is an excellent student and he was getting ready to graduate from college. His son admires a beautiful sport car in the dealer’s showing room. He knows his father could well afford it, he told him that was all he wanted. He really hopes his father will buy the sport car to him. Finally, on the morning of his graduation, his father called him into his study room. His father said he very proud have son like him. He gives him a beautiful wrapped gift box. He opened the box quickly. He saw found a lovely bible which his name embossed in gold. The young man angry and left the house. Now, he becomes a successful business man. he never back home since he received a telegram telling his father was passed away and need him back immediately and take care of things. When reached his father’s house, suddenly, he felt sad and regret. He began to search through his father’s important papers and saw the still new bible, just as he had left it years ago. With tears, he opened the bible. A car key dropped from the back of the Bible. It had a tang with the dealer’s name same as the sport car he had desired. On the tag was written the date he had graduated and words “PAID IN FULL”.
Parents always bless their children and them very much. So, we should appreciate our parents while them still alive…

Article from: http://www.indianchild.com/dads_blessings.htm

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Anonymous said...

CAN YOU READ THIS??

I CAN READ IT. CAN U??
“fi yuo cna raed tihs, yuo hvae a sgtrane mnid too.
Cna yuo raed tihs? Olny 55 plepoe can.

i cdnuolt blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I was rdanieg. The phaonmneal pweor of the hmuan mnid, aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it dseno't mtaetr in waht oerdr the ltteres in a wrod are, the olny iproamtnt tihng is taht the frsit and lsat ltteer be in the rghit pclae. The rset can be a taotl mses and you can sitll raed it whotuit a pboerlm. Tihs is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe. Azanmig huh? yaeh and I awlyas tghuhot slpeling was ipmorantt! if you can raed tihs forwrad it.”

I have received this massage today. This massage told us that we can read although the letters were arranged incorrectly. This shows that our mind doesn’t read every letters but the whole word. The important is the first and the last word in the correct order. Try to read all the sentences.

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Anonymous said...

READER'S DIGEST(December 2006)

Lost on buying laptop?
Here are some tips...
• Don't be seduced by super-fast processor speeds unless you're running graphics, intensive applications such as games or design programs.
• If you want to watch DVDs on the move, buy a laptop with an internal DVD drive. An external drive could be a nuisance if you travel a lot.
• Buy a spare or higher-capacity battery for when you're not near a plug socket.
• Be prepared to pay extra for software. Even the basic Microsoft Office is absent from many packages.
• Due to their rough life, laptops are more prone to failure, making it vital to back up data: a second, external hard drive makes this easier.
• Uploading digital pictures? You'll need a memory-card slot.
• Buy a decent and hardy laptop bag to protect your computer.

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Anonymous said...

READER'S DIGEST (February 2006)
Sharpen Your Brain With a Good Lie Down...

Ever been caught short on a creative idea? Can't think of that niggling last answer in your crossword puzzle or even what to cook for dinner? Here's a hint: put your feet up and lie down - being a couch potato is great for boosting our brain and our creativity. So says Dr Darren Lipnicki from the school of psychology at the Australian National University, who conducted research on how neurotransmitters are released. He tested 20 people, who were asked to solve 32 five-letter anagrams, such as "osien" and "nodru" while standing and lying down. His findings? We are smarter and more creative lying down than standing up. It seems less of the neurotransmitter noradrenaline is released to the brain when you're horizontal, so your creative thinking isn't as impaired..

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