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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Cabaran wat praktikal

Mula2 dlm seminggu boring tp kali ni masuk minggu kedua dah start die nyer amukan tu.Keje die bagi cam simple la tp poning den ah!.Boleh kata nk fast & ferious.Camne la nk siap cepat da la 1st time keje ofis kalow keje stokis aku tau la pastu nk tahan ngan mulut lahabau die ngan muka masing2 nk kerek.

Tambah lg manager department aku membebel minta aku aktif sikit i.e 'active learning'.Kang aku mintak kata aku t'lebih ecxited kalow aku diam suruh aku rajin tanye ade keje ke x?.Tambah parah aku.

Aku x kesah keje gov ke private namun (cewah!) disebabkn mereka2 ini ngan perangai kerek nyer so menambah lg minat aku nk keje private dr gov even org kata keje gov ni banyk faedah.Bg aku 1 juta pun aku rela berambus.Pasal faedah lak kalow org keje gov pun kalow x pandai nk bajet same je...

Ni nk abis first month kite tunggu lak bulan 2

Friday, December 10, 2010



1.Gerak kul 6.30 pg gi Shah Alam
2.Nk jmpe manager skit punyer lama.
3.Jmpe manager bertuah gak dpt tukar tmpat kerja
4.Masuk staf laen muka bajet nk bagus nasib baek ada bdak praktikal leh kamceng gak
5.Sepanjang 6 jam aku melangut je

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Da Abis Da...

Akhirnya! Akhirnya ! aku berjaya menghabiskan sisa kehidupan ku di kolej dan kini ku merantau ( sebenarnya balik ) apa lgi praktikal la! X yah jmpe lecturer lgi yeh! x yah gi klas lgi! x yah apa lgi ye? Rindu kt korang sume nnti ada rezeki jmpe lagi Sebelum tu kite lepak puas2 K he.he..he.. 

Thursday, October 21, 2010




Wednesday, October 6, 2010

What is Web Browser

A web browser or Internet browser is a software application for retrieving, presenting, and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) and may be a web page, image, video, or other piece of content.[1] Hyperlinks present in resources enable users to easily navigate their browsers to related resources.

Although browsers are primarily intended to access the World Wide Web, they can also be used to access information provided by Web servers in private networks or files in file systems. Some browsers can be also used to save information resources to file systems.

The primary purpose of a web browser is to bring information resources to the user. This process begins when the user inputs a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), for example, into the browser. The prefix of the URI determines how the URI will be interpreted. The most commonly used kind of URI starts with http: and identifies a resource to be retrieved over the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Many browsers also support a variety of other prefixes, such as https: for HTTPS, ftp: for the File Transfer Protocol, and file: for local files. Prefixes that the web browser cannot directly handle are often handed off to another application entirely. For example, mailto: URIs are usually passed to the user's default e-mail application and news: URIs are passed to the user's default newsgroup reader.

In the case of http, https, file, and others, once the resource has been retrieved the web browser will display it. HTML is passed to the browser's layout engine to be transformed from markup to an interactive document. Aside from HTML, web browsers can generally display any kind of content that can be part of a web page. Most browsers can display images, audio, video, and XML files, and often have plug-ins to support Flash applications and Java applets. Upon encountering a file of an unsupported type or a file that is set up to be downloaded rather than displayed, the browser prompts the user to save the file to disk.

Interactivity in a web page can also be supplied by Javascript, which usually does not require a plugin. Javascript can be used along with other technologies to allow "live" interaction with the web page's server via AJAX.

Information resources may contain hyperlinks to other information resources. Each link contains the URI of a resource to go to. When a link is clicked, the browser navigates to the resource indicated by the link's target URI, and the process of bringing content to the user begins again.

Internet Explorer,Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Nestcape Navigator/Nestcape.

How to reduce oil usage

In these tough economic times, it makes more sense to keep your current car rather than trade it in. So, if you notice that your car is starting to burn more oil, how do you reduce oil usage so that you're not constantly adding oil? Follow these steps below to make your car a more efficient machine!



Note how frequently you are currently needing to add motor oil to your car. Check your oil with the car ignition turned off and preferably when the car is cold or hasn't been running. If you check the oil dip stick when the motor is hot, the oil is in an expanded state and may give you a false reading. Wipe off the dip stick, dip it all the way down into the oil reservoir, pull it straight up and note the oil level.


You are probably currently using a motor oil weight of 10W-30, which is what most mechanics or repair shops will use in your car. This is a standard "one-size-fits-all" multi-weight oil. Multi-weight motor oils have additives that help them keep a closer consistency when hot or cold.


Upgrade your motor oil weight to the next heavier grade. In the case of 10W-30, upgrade to 10W-40. This is a thicker motor oil and will have the immediate effect of lubricating your car's engine without burning oil so quickly!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Malaysian Badminton Family.

So the Sidek legacy just not be end by Rashid Sidek but it continue.Good news for fanatic badminton fans  in Malaysia, they conquest continue with involvement of Datuk Misbun Sidek second son in badminton sport; Misbun Ramdan Misbun.

Here is courtesy from The Star;


KUALA LUMPUR: What’s in a name, you ask? A lot if your name is Misbun Ramdan Mohmed Misbun.
Yes, the second child of former national badminton singles ace and current national coach Misbun Sidek has a lot to prove to live up to his famous father’s expectations.

But, if all goes according to plan, Misbun Ramdan could well be the country’s next big men’s singles star, something Malaysia is badly in need of.
Except for world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei and a handful of back-up players, the country is scrapping the barrel as far as the men’s singles stars are concerned.

Misbun Ramdan. who will turn 18 on March 16, has shown that he has the potential to make it big.

Yesterday, in a short sparring session with his father at Stadium Juara in Bukit Kiara, the youngster showed good badminton skills. His deft touches, fiery pace and tricky shots brought back fond memories of the playing days of the famous Sidek brothers — Misbun, Jalani, Razif and Rashid.

Standing almost as tall as his father at 184cm, Misbun Ramdan has won several junior titles since taking up badminton seriously when he was in Form 1.

In 2007, he won the Selangor Closed Under-15 title and the Under-18 winner of the Selangor Sports Council and District School Sports Council tournaments.

Misbun Ramdan knows it’s time for him to live up to his father’s name.

“It was not easy at the beginning for me. With my name came a lot of expectations. Usually, there are gasps of disbelief whenever my name is mentioned,” said Misbun Ramdan.

“I took badminton seriously when I was in Form 1. Before that, it was more of following my dad and just having fun. Now, I want to make my dad proud of me.

“I hope to continue with my family’s tradition by doing well in badminton.”

His elder brother, Misbun Shawal, 20, has also been showing good potential in the doubles event. His other non-badminton playing siblings are twin sister Lia Murni (17), Lia Alifah (14), Lia Dewirubita (13) and Misbun Awalluddin (8).

Misbun Ramdan is a member of the Nusa Mahsuri professional club and he hopes to become a top national singles star in the next three to four years.

“Whenever there is an opportunity, I get my dad to coach me. He is a national coach and his job demands a lot from him. But he still finds time for me. We have a court at the back of our house (in Ukay Perdana) and I get to practise a solid two hours with him in the afternoon,” said Misbun Ramdan.

“They say that it is toughest working under one’s own father. I agree with that. He is strict and brooks no no nonsense. But I enjoy that.”
Misbun Ramdan is now gearing up for the first-leg of the National Junior Circuit in Ipoh from Feb 19-22. He will play in the singles and parnter Nur Mohd Haqiem Ayub in the doubles under the Selangor banner.

Misbun said he was proud that his son had chosen to keep the family tradition going as far as badminton was concerned.

“Usually, people from the badminton circle will not encourage their children to take up badminton,” said Misbun.

But I am happy that my son has shown interest in the sport. Usually, I have to force him to get up to go school but when it comes to badminton, he is always wide awake.

“I have no worries as far as his foundation in badminton is concerned. He has the skills. He must now build up his physical strength. Together with Shawal, they can go far.”

Hopefully, we can see playing as elit player as soon as possible.

The Use of Different Hair Brushes

All hairbrushes can detangle and style hair, distribute oils, massage your scalp and promote healthier hair growth. However, the use of different hairbrushes will yield different results. Therefore, it's important to choose the right brush for your hair type and for it's specific styling function to get the best results from your hairbrush.

Cushion Brush

A cushion brush has bristles on only one side, pushed into a cushioned fabric. It usually has an oval shaped head and is perfect for detangling medium length hair. The cushion brush is popular with men, because it distributes the oil in the hair well and makes for easy styling.

Round Brush

One of the favored brushes of styling professionals, the round brush is a versatile brush which has hard bristles around a cylindrical core. You can use this brush as you style; use it to lift hair up from the roots, resulting in fantastic volume and to create perfect waves by curling the hair around the barrel and blow drying. You can also use it to curl ends up or under. It is a must have for styling your hair.

Paddle Hair Brush

Often times the bristles of this brush are made from boar hair. This prevents your hair from getting frizzy. If you have long hair, it's wonderful for getting tangles out

Radial Brush

A radial brush has bristles that go around the entire brush. This achieves curls and volume when using a blow dryer, as the air streams through the vent holes.

Half-Radial Brush

A half-radial brush is a radial brush that's been cut in half. It's used to create a flip at the end of the hair.

Military Brush

These brushes have no handles, and are held in the palm of your hand. Mostly used in men's hairstyling, they aid in a slicked back hairstyle.

Sculpting Brushes
Just as its name implies, this brush is used to create volume and sculpt the hair (mainly to short hairstyles).