Friday, January 23, 2009

Negarakuku

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Negarakuku is a song that modified from the National Song of Malaysia.

It describes Malaysia in a very humour way.

If you like this song, share this site with your friends.

Enjoy!

Monday, January 19, 2009

Hardware Keylogger

New storing device fits at the end of the keyboard cable connecting to the PC specialized to save all typed keys.
Mostly could be used in net cafes, exhibitions, hotels and airports therefore be careful especially the people who use the internet in these places to enter their bank accounts online or any other important sites.

After you enter the bank account and leave the PC it will be easy to open your account again as all what you have typed has been saved in the Black device.


Therefore, you should check the PC for any suspicious piece behind it before using the net in public places for important sites.

Marco's comment:
It looks like the old days keybooard PS2 port convertor.
More and more public places like cafe, shopping centres, air ports and hotels are providing free Wi-Fi and Wi-Max. To enjoy such technology facilities without compromising the identity or Internet security, netbook shall be the answer for all.
Personally, I pretty like Asus EeePC. It is compact and looks professional. Have not spend time to study it yet, but it would be at my top consideration for sure.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

What makes a Malaysian a Malaysian


Very true indeed.

1. You can name all the players from the the English Premier League, but askyou to name one football player from Malaysia , one name also cannot come out.

2. When StreamyX come, you complain StreamyX too slow. When Maxis Broadband come,you complain Maxis Broadband always disconnects. When WiMax come, you complain Wimax too expensive. In the end, you say StreamyX still the best lah.

3. When toll price increase, you complain. When petrol price increase, you complain. When you go Starbucks buy RM10 coffee, NO COMPLAINTS.

4. When you cannot find parking in a shopping mall and have to walk very far, you complain. When you go inside the shopping mall and there's SALE , run from one end of1Utama to the other also NO COMPLAINTS.

5. You always talk about where to find the best Hokkien mee or another makan when you meet each other.

6. You are always late. And the excuse you give when you're late is alwayseither: (a) traffic jam (b) no transport or (c) cannot find parking.

7. You have a parent who force you to take science stream in high school, study engineering in Uni, then when you graduate, they ask you to forget everything you learnt in Uni and do commerce.

8. You know someone who can specially develop an angmoh accent when speaking to a American /British / Australian.

9. You complain against the government in kopitiam, you talk loud loud. Leave anonymous commentson blogs, you also talk loud loud. Attend ceremah by DAP, you shout loud loud. Then when Oppositionorganise a protest and ask you to go, you dun wan. Scared later kena tangkap by ISA.

10. Every year on the 30th April, you are one of the people below queueing up last minute to submit your tax return at the IRB.

11.When you pay RM10 for something that costs RM1, you blame the Chinese.

12. When a government service is too slow, you blame the Malays.

13. When a building is not good and collapsed, you blame the Indians.

14. When a Chinese student won a scholarship, you say 'Wah! Very Clever, hor?' When a Malay student won a scholarship, you say 'Aiya! Of course lah! He Malay mah!'

15. When an angmoh stranger kiss you on the cheek to say hello, you very happy. When a Malaysianguy kiss you on the cheek to say hello, you slap him.

Friday, January 09, 2009

One quote from Arthur Ashe that explains life!



Arthur Ashe, the legendary Wimbledon player was dying of AIDS which he got due to infected blood he received during a heart surgery in 1983.

From world over, he received letters from his fans, one of which conveyed: "Why does GOD have to select you for such a bad disease"?

To this Arthur Ashe replied:

" The world over -- 50 million children start playing tennis, 5 million learn to play tennis, 500,000 learn professional tennis, 50,000 come to the circuit, 5000 reach the grand slam, 50 reach Wimbledon, 4 to semi final, 2 to the finals, when I was holding a cup I never asked GOD 'Why me?'.
And today in pain I should not be asking GOD 'Why me?' "

Happiness keeps you Sweet,

Trials keep you Strong,
Sorrow keeps you Human,
Failure keeps you humble and Success keeps you glowing,
but only Faith & Attitude Keeps you going.

Thursday, January 01, 2009

Spa etiquette


Here are some tips to help you make the most of your visit to the spa.

1. Book in advance in order to get what you want, exactly when you want it.

2. Arrive early so that you have time to check-in, change into your robe and slippers. You're there to relax, so why hurry in and out of the place?

3. Turn off your mobile phone so that you're not disturbed halfway through heaven.

4. Respect other guests' privacy- speak softly.

5. Children are not allowed at the spa unless they are having a treatment accompanied by an adult.

6. Avoid wearing jewellery. Not only are they troublesome to take off and to put on again, but spas usually don't take responsibility if something is lost.

7. Massages are usually done nude, but you will be covered with a sheet the entire time.

8. Inform your therapist if you have any conditions: high blood pressure, allergies or other medical complications.

9. If something is bothering you- the room temperature, the music, etc- don't hesitate to tell your therapist. They're there to make you happy.

10. Wear comfortable clothes to help you get in the mood for relaxation.

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