Rabu, 30 November 2011

Cara paling dramatik(@ bodoh?) untuk menarik perhatian wanita

ok berikut penulis akan tunjukkan situasi yang benar-benar berlaku bagaimana seorang lelaki cuba untuk approach seorang awek cun..

The dramatic approach

Story 1

I was driving along when I saw this goddess waiting for the bus. I slammed the brakes, put my blinkers on, left the car in the middle of the street and quickly ran to her. The whole commotion got her attention but it wasn't complete until she realized that all this is for her. I simply went up to her and said:

"Has anyone ever told you that you are so beautiful that you can stop traffic? Because you just did. I never do anything like this, but I saw you from my car and I knew that if I don't do something I may never have the opportunity to find out the name of a girl so beautiful."

"I'm Michelle," she said. From that moment on she was already swept away knowing the length someone would go just to find out her name. Needless to say, I parked my car quickly, and went for a coffee with her where I had the opportunity to lay it on thick.

story 2

Steve (changed the name to protect the not so innocent) was stopped at the red light when he saw her from his car. She was gorgeous. What an excellent opportunity to meet someone he thought.

He went around the block, parked his car and went right to that office where he saw the girl. He went inside and tripped on the carpet and fell like a ton of bricks right in front of this girl's desk. She didn't know how to react. She didn't know whether she should laugh or show concern for this poor guy. When Steve got up laughing she started laughing too. He then said with satisfaction in his face

"I knew you had a smile that could light up the room."

Then he turned around getting ready to leave, saying goodbye. The girl looked at him with a puzzled look on her face asking him

"Can I help you with anything? You must've been looking for something when you first came into the office."

"Not really" he replied, "I saw you from the street and thought you could use a laugh so I orchestrated this whole falling thing to see if I can make you smile. And just as I thought, you do have a smile that can light up the entire room. Sorry, I'm so rude I didn't even introduce myself. Hi my name is Steve."

"I'm Carrie."

Muzik berfalsafah atau muzik beremosi?

itulah persoalan yang selalu bermain di fikiran penulis samaada mahu mencipta muzik berpandukan falsafah atau mencipta muzik dengan berpandukan ekspresi serta emosi.jika berppandukan falsafah , muzik tersebut akan dapat memuaskan hati penulis kerana konsep serta ideanya yang baru dan avant garde tapi dari segi hasil akhirnya atau bunyi yang dikeluarkan selalunya disonan atau tidak sedap didengar oleh orang kebanyakan. Jika tidak sedap didengar maka bagaimana muzik sebegini hendak diapresiasi?

Jika berpandukan emosi serta ekspresi , muziknya adalah indah seperti muzik-muzik yang selalu anda dengar, tapi konsep sebegini telah ketinggalan zaman, kerana ia adalah menjadi seni kelas kedua iaitu seni muzik yang meniru benda atau perkara lain untuk dijadikan ilham. zaman romantik banyak muzik sebegini. tetapi kelebihannya pula ialah ia lebih dekat dan lebih mudah untuk diapresiasi oleh manusia kerana emosi dan manusia saling berkait rapat.

Jadi sebagai seorang komposer, penulis rasa perlu ada balance di dalam kedua-duanya, penulis pun ada mempunyai komposisi yang berpandukan kedua-duanya dan bagi penulis , mencipta muzik berfalsafah kepuasannya adalah dari segi dimana penulis dapat mengeksplorasi dengan lebih mendalam dan boleh lebih bereksperimentasi, dan bagi musik beremosi pula, kepuasannya adalah dari segi kebolehan berekspresi serta meluahkan emosi di dalam muzik tersebut.

Isnin, 28 November 2011

Lagu mono yang indah dan stereo

ini merupakan lagu yang indah menusuk kalbu dari band Mono bertajuk 'life in mono'

Ahad, 27 November 2011

28 perkara untuk buat orang lain kagum dengan anda

Ok post ini bukanlah bertujuan untuk mengajar anda cara untuk menunjuk-nunjuk atau show off, post ini takkan mengajar anda mengenai brand pakaian apa yang boleh mengkagumkan orang lain atau kereta apa yang terbaik untuk show off, kerana itu hanya luaran sahaja, apa yang ingin disentuh di dalam post ini adalah bagaimana anda boleh mengkagumkan orang lain tanpa perlu show off disamping menjadikan anda insan yang lebih baik.

berikut adalah 28 perkara tersebut:

1. Be authentic. Be true to yourself. – Judy Garland once said, “Always be a first rate version of yourself instead of a second rate version of somebody else.” Live by this statement. There is no such thing as living in someone else’s shoes. The only shoes you can occupy are your own. If you aren’t being yourself, you aren’t truly living – you’re merely existing. And ask yourself this: If you don’t like who you really are, why should I like you?

2. Care about people. – If you don’t genuinely care about people, they won’t care about you. The more you help others, the more they will want to help you. Love and kindness begets love and kindness. And so on and so forth.

3. Make others feel good. – People will rarely remember what you did, but they will always remember how you made them feel.

4. Be honest and take ownership of your actions. – Nobody likes a liar. In the long-run, the truth always reveals itself anyway. Either you own up to your actions or your actions will ultimately own you.

5. Smile often. – Everyone likes the sight of a genuine smile. Think about how you feel when a complete stranger looks into your eyes and smiles. Suddenly they don’t seem like a stranger anymore, do they?

6. Respect elders. Respect minors. Respect everyone. – There are no boundaries or classes that define a group of people that deserve to be respected. Treat everyone with the same level of respect you would give to your grandfather and the same level of patience you would have with your baby brother. People will notice your kindness.

7. Address people by their name. – People love the sight and sound of their own name. So make sure you learn to remember names. Use them courteously in both oral and written communication.

8. Say “Please” and “Thank you.” – These two simple phrases make demands sound like requests, and they inject a friendly tone into serious conversations. Using them can mean the difference between sounding rude and sounding genuinely grateful.

9. Excel at what you do. – I am impressed by great guitarists, writers, bloggers, painters, motivational speakers, internet entrepreneurs, computer engineers, mothers, fathers, athletes, etc. There is only one thing they all have in common: They excel at what they do. There’s no point in doing something if you aren’t going to do it right. Excel at your work and excel at your hobbies. Develop a reputation for yourself, a reputation for consistent excellence.

10. Help others when you’re able. – In life, you get what you put in. When you make a positive impact in someone else’s life, you also make a positive impact in your own life. Do something that’s greater than you – something that helps someone else to be happy or to suffer less. Everyone values the gift of unexpected assistance and those who supply it.

11. Put a small personal touch on everything you do. – Think of it as branding your work. If you’re funny, add a little humor into it. If you’re an artist, decorate it with illustrations. Whatever you do, customize it with a little personal touch of ‘you.’

12. Over-deliver on all of your promises. – Some people habitually make promises they are just barely able to fulfill. They promise perfection and deliver mediocrity. If you want to boost your personal value in the eyes of others, do the exact opposite. Slightly under-sell your capabilities so that you’re always able to over-deliver. It will seem to others like you’re habitually going above and beyond the call of duty.

13. Get organized. – How can you get anything accomplished if you aren’t organized? You can’t. Make a regular habit of organizing your living space and working space. For some practical organizational guidance, I recommend David Allen’s Getting Things Done.

14. Do your research and ask clarifying questions. – Don’t be that clueless dude in the room who just nods like he knows what’s going on. Prepare yourself by doing research ahead of time. And if something still doesn’t make sense to you, ask questions. The people involved will respect your desire to understand the material.

15. Share knowledge and information with others. – When you can, be a resource to those around you. If you have access to essential information, don’t hoard it. Share it openly.

16. Be positive and focus on what’s right. – Everything that happens in life is neither good nor bad. It just depends on your perspective. And no matter how it turns out, it always ends up just the way it should. Either you succeed or you learn something. So stay positive, appreciate the pleasant outcomes, and learn from the rest. Your positivity will rub off on everyone around you.

17. Listen intently to what others have to say. – Eyes focused, ears tuned, mobile phone off. In a world that can’t move fast enough, someone who can find time to listen to others is always appreciated.

18. Be faithful to your significant other. – Tiger Woods was everyone’s hero until recently, wasn’t he? Sustained fidelity in a long-term intimate relationship is not only impressive, it creates a healthy foundation for everything else you do.

19. Learn to appreciate and love Mother Nature. – Those who truly appreciate and love the natural world surrounding us typically exhibit the same high regard for all humanity. It’s a positive way to live, and it’s something people notice.

20. Invest time, energy and money in yourself every day. – When you invest in yourself, you can never lose, and over time you will change the trajectory of your life. You are simply the product of what you know. The more time, energy and money you spend acquiring pertinent knowledge, the more control you have over your life and the more valuable you will be to everyone around you. For fresh ideas on self improvement and lifestyle design, I recommend The 4-Hour Workweek.

21. Perform random acts of kindness on a regular basis. – Pay for a stranger’s coffee in line at Starbucks. Buy the office receptionist flowers just to say, “Thank you.” Help an elderly lady with her groceries. There’s nothing more rewarding than putting smiles on the faces around you.

22. Compliment people who deserve it. – Go out of your way to personally acknowledge and complement the people who have gone out of their way to shine. Everybody likes to hear that their efforts are appreciated.

23. Speak clearly and make eye contact. – Most people have a very low tolerance for dealing with people they can’t understand. Mystery does not fuel strong relationships and impressiveness. Also, there’s little doubt that eye contact is one of the most captivating forms of personal communication. When executed properly, eye contact injects closeness into human interaction.

24. Make yourself available and approachable. – If people cannot get a hold of you, or have trouble approaching you, they will forget about you. Your general availability and accessibility to others is extremely important to them. Always maintain a positive, tolerant attitude and keep an open line of communication to those around you.

25. Be self-sufficient. – Freedom is the greatest gift. Self-sufficiency is the greatest freedom. And self-sufficiency is quite impressive too. In the business world, it’s one of the primary dreams that inspire people to give-up their day jobs to pursue entrepreneurship.

26. Exploit the resources you do have access to. – The average person is usually astonished when they see a physically handicap person show intense signs of emotional happiness. How could someone in such a restricted physical state be so happy? The answer rests in how they use the resources they do have. Stevie Wonder couldn’t see, so he exploited his sense of hearing into a passion for music, and he now has 25 Grammy Awards to prove it.

27. Be a part of something you believe in. – This could be anything. Some people take an active role in their local city council, some find refuge in religious faith, some join social clubs supporting causes they believe in, and others find passion in their careers. In each case the psychological outcome is the same. They engage themselves in something they strongly believe in. This engagement brings happiness and meaning into their lives. It’s hard not to be impressed by someone who’s passionate about what they’re doing.

28. Stand up for your beliefs without flaunting them. – Yes, it is possible to stand up for your beliefs without foisting them down someone else’s throat. Discuss your personal beliefs when someone asks about them, but don’t spawn offensive attacks of propaganda on unsuspecting victims. Stand firm by your values and always keep an open mind to new information.


Sabtu, 26 November 2011

Patriotikkah aku?

Patriotikkah aku dengan hanya mengibarkan bendera tatkala merdeka menjelang..
patriotikkah aku dengan hanya menyanyikan lagu negaraku dengan bersemangat ketika perhimpunan...
patriotikkah aku jika aku hanya berbangga dan bergembira dengan apa yang negara berikan kepadaku tetapi tiada apa yang aku berikan kepada negaraku....
patriotikkah aku dengan hanya menyorak gembira jika pasukan negara menang...

apakah yang aku akan lakukan jika kemerdekaan negara digugat?
apakah yang akan aku lakukan jika lagu negaraku dicemuh?
apakah aku akan membenci jika negara sudah tidak mampu memberi kepadaku?
apakah aku akan mencemuh jika pasukan negaraku kalah?

patriotikkah aku?

Jumaat, 25 November 2011

hebatnya kasih sayang seorang bapa (anda pasti menangis)

Ini adalah video bagaimana hebatnya kasih sayang seorang bapa....amat menyentuh perasaan.

ini adalah kisah disebalik video ini

A son asked his father, "Dad, will you take part in a marathon with me?" The father who despite having a heart condition, said, "Yes".

They went on to complete the marathon together. Father and son went on to join other marathons, the father always saying, "Yes" to his son's request of going through the race together.

One day, the son asked his father, 'Dad, let us join the Ironman together; to which his father said, "Yes", too.

For those who don't know, Ironman is the toughest triathlon ever. The race consists of three endurance events of a 2.4 miles (3.86 kilometers) ocean swim followed by a 112 miles (180.2 kilometers) bike ride and ending with a 26.2 miles (42.195 kilometers) marathon along the coast of the Big Island.

Father and son went on to complete the race together.

Based on the TV interview of Dick and Rick Hoyt, Dick, the father explained that Rick while still in his mother's womb, the umbilical chord was wrapped around his neck cutting off oxygen to the brain.

And when Rick was born, the doctor who was looking after Rick told Dick and his wife that Rick would never be able to walk nor talk all his life that it would be best that they put him away. But the Hoyts would not be willing to do such a thing and decided to bring him home instead and decided likewise to treat him just like anyone normal kid. So that when the family went for a swim, Rick went with them and so on and so forth.

It was one day while wathing TV (if my memory serves me right) that Rick saw a benefit marathon for a paralityc child and he wanted to be a part of the benefit marathon. And that started both father and son with their races even while Dick had a heart condition and Rick himself was not well all the time. In fact there were two years where they were not able to join the races because Dick had a heart attack and the other year was that (if I remember it correctly now, Rick was the one who had a problem.

And also based on an article that I read about them, both had so far completed 212 triathlons, 4 15-hour Inronmans. And that it was two years back from today, when Dick had his heart attack, and his doctor said, had it not been his good physical condition on account of the races, he would have died 15 years ago.

Both then via the races have served one another in a loving and wonderful way.

Dick humbly said in the interview when he was called a hero by the interviewer, "I just simply love my family".

And indeed, he loved them even as he loved Rick that much that he committed himself to do the tough physical demands of the races and the triathlons, the Ironman that his son may have the chance to enjoy the races and be a part of life. And in a return show of love and appreciation, Rick says this of his father, "Dad is my hero."

And to end my inputs on the father and son, I'd like to end what Rick says that he likes most...(Rick types using a special machine), he says, "The thing I most like is my dad sit in the chair and I push him once."

Khamis, 24 November 2011

TOP 10: Sepuluh kes kehilangan yang paling misteri

Dibawah ini penulis sajikan video sepuluh kes kehilangan manusia yang paling misteri yang sehingga kini tidak dapat dirungkaikan

Rabu, 23 November 2011

Apabila ahli falsafah bercakap mengenai muzik...

 Ahli falsafah sering bercakap mengenai muzik kerana muzik merupakan salah satu cabang falsafah iaitu seni. Jadi di bawah ini penulis sajikan dengan komen-komen dari ahli falsafah terkenal mengenai muzik.

Even thousands of years ago, philosophers like Plato, Aristotle, and Socrates understood the tremendous influence music has on its listeners.

Aristotle and How Music Effects Emotions:

“Music directly imitates the passions or states of the soul…when one listens to music that imitates a certain passion, he becomes imbued withthe same passion; and if over a long time he habitually listens to music that rouses ignoble passions, his whole character will be shaped to an ignoble form.”

“Any musical innovation is full of danger to the whole state, and ought to be prohibited. When modes of music change, the fundamental laws of the state always change with them.”

Plato and Moral Decline of Greece:

“They were men of genius, but they had no perception of what was just and lawful in music…And by composing licentious works, and adding to them words as licentious, they have inspired the multitude with lawlessness and boldness, and made them fancy that they could judge for themselves about melody and song…in music there first arose the universal conceit of omniscience and general lawlessness; freedom came following afterwards, and men, fancying that they knew what they did not know, had no longer any fear, and the absence of fear begets shamelessness. For what is this shamelessness, which is so evil a thing, but the insolent refusal to regard the opinion of the better by reason of an over-daring sort of liberty?”

Socrates and the Instrument of Indoctrination:

“Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul, on which they mightily fasten, imparting grace, and making the soul of him who is rightly educated graceful, or of him who is ill-educated ungraceful.”

And Finally:

Sixth-century Chinese philosopher Shu Ching:

“for changing people’s manners and altering their customs there is nothing better than music.”


Selasa, 22 November 2011

nukilan seorang pelajar yang stress!!!

Ini adalah nukilan peribadi penulis yang pertama di blog ini kerana penulis ingin meluahkan sesuatu yang terbuku di dada. mesti anda semua pernah merasai keadaan dimana anda rasa tidak bermotivasi untuk melakukan kerja bukan? ya itulah yang penulis alami pada waktu ini, rasa malas mencengkan jiwa untuk melakukan kerja tersebut.

Hasil pemerhatian penulis keatas diri sendiri, ini adalah disebabkan oleh jumlah assignment yang bertimbun yang masih belum disiapkan. semakin dekat dateline maka semakin stress rasanya sehingga motivasi itu hilang dan mengakibatkan penulis end up dengan tidak melakukan apa-apa.

Penulis tahu, bidang composition ini banyak cabarannya, kena siapkan 4 komposisi baru setiap semester, dan setiap komposisi memerlukan penulis memerah otak untuk mendapatkan idea untuk komposisi tersebut, ditambah pula dengan assignment lain  yang juga memerlukan kerja mental, maka penulis mengalami keletihan mental,penulis tahu tentang hal ini, tetapi semester ini stressnya dirasakan terlampau sehingga ada rakan penulis yang pengsan di dalam kelas kerana stress... ya betul... ini serius....

Penulis takut akan menjadi seperti dia, jadi penulis perlu mencari solusi untuk masalah stress ini daripada menjadi lebih teruk, sekarang ni pun penulis selalu sakit kepala dan rasa nak demam, takut pulak kene darah tinggi sebab stress, tapi apa-apapun kerja harus disiapkan, minggu-minggu terakhir bagi semester ini perlu penulis harungi dengan tabah dan mental penulis perlu disiapsedikan untuk memerah sebanyak mungkin idea untuk menyiapkan assignment-assignment ini....


bagaimana untuk memberikan first impression yang baik

Di bawah ini penulis letakkan artikel bagaimana unyuk memberikan first impression yang baik untuk menarik hati gadis...hhehe

Leaving a good first impression

Here are some tips that will help you leave a good first impression:

1) Forget about your looks:
Looks do matter to a great extent but almost all studies have found that the way we perceive looks depends on the context of the situation. Your clothes, your body language, the people who accompany you, the way you talk, what you say, your ride, the way the person who evaluates you feel, the place you are seen at and even the room temperature can affect the way people see you. There are hundreds of factors that affect the first impression people form of you so don't ever say that people will think bad of you because of your nose shape or a scar that is present somewhere in your face

2) How do you make people feel?:
Each and every action that any person does is there to help him reach certain goals. Some people want approval, others want to feel superior while a third group might want to feel important. The key to leaving a good first impression is to understand the person's needs correctly because if you managed to help him reach his goals he will certainly form a good first impression of you. It was found that people rate you according to how you made them feel about themselves

3) See reality not a distorted version:
Most people see a reflection of their fears in the world instead of seeing reality. If you think that people dislike you then instead of noticing that a person you just met needs approval you will assume that he is arrogant. As a result instead of being friendly and smiling you will be distant and you will make him feel uncomfortable. In such a case the person who felt uncomfortable will certainly form a bad first impression of you!

4) People form first impressions based on their own perception :
Some people have serious psychological issues. For example most people will admire you if you appeared confident but for some people who have insecurities appearing too confident might threaten them and even make them form a negative first impression of you. The way people see you is always affected by how those people see themselves! An arrogant person, who is arrogant because he is insecure, might form a bad impression of you if you were very friendly. In such a case he will devalue you without noticing that the problem is with his insecurities and not with you


Isnin, 21 November 2011

Lagu retro jepun yang indah..

Pada kali ini penulis siarkan sebuah lagu jepun retro yang dinyanyikan oleh Meiko Kaji bertajuk urami bushi. lagu ini adalah salah sebuah lagu yang terdapat dalam soundtrack kill bill. Enjoy.

Ahad, 20 November 2011

Bagaimana nak menang lawan bertumbuk!

ok.. penulis bukanlah menggalakkan keganasan, cuma nak berkongsi video cara-cara nak mempertahankan diri di sini. peace..

Sabtu, 19 November 2011

patriotism bagi mereka yang bermentaliti dunia ketiga..

ok pada post kali ini penulis akan siarkan video bagaimana mereka yang bermentaliti dunia ketiga menunjukkan patriotism mereka... untuk memberi iktibar agar kita tidak menjadi seperti mereka....

Jumaat, 18 November 2011

7 cara mengubah hidup anda dalam masa 7 hari

Berikut adalah 7 cara mengubah hidup anda dalam masa 7 hari. renung-renungkanlah.

1. Change your words and phrases

One of the most effective ways to change your life is to change your attitude and mindset. And the best way to change your attitude and mindset is to remove certain words and phrases from your vocabulary and to replace them with others that are more positive.

It might take some time to remove negative phrases and words because you’ve gotten so used to them. But once you start using new words and phrases that are more positive, you’ll be surprised at how almost instantly people around you react differently and how you look at the world around you in a fresh way.

Your entire life changes without you having to change everything.

Here are some words and phrases to stop using:

- “It’s just one of those days.”

- “Same s**t, different day.”

- “Same old, same old.”

- “Pretty good.”

- “What’s the world coming to?”

- “Kids these days.”

- “I can’t.”

- “I don’t know.”

- “The good old days.” (thanks Tyler!)

- Hate – It’s such a powerful word that has become too common in our vocabulary.

- Retarded – I don’t know why people insist on using this word to describe something they don’t like or understand.

- Gay (requested by Max based on the same negative use as “retarded”)

For some ideas on what you can start saying to improve your life and make lasting, positive change, please read our article: 50 things to say before you die.

2. Count your blessings

We all get caught up and forget to reflect on how fortunate we are. So in the next 7 days take an hour and think about:

- What you’re glad to have experienced – sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s a bad experience, but it’s shaped who you are. For me, one thing I’m glad I experienced was poverty.

- What you’re fortunate to have – family, food, shelter.

- What you’re fortunate to not have – it could be sickness or debt.

3. Dust off your bucket list

Take out your list of things to do before you die and find something you can do in the next week. Or write something new down and do it.

4. Wake up claiming the Best. Day. Ever.

One day can positively change your entire life. And that one day needs to start with one good morning.

During the next 7 days wake up claiming that it will be the best day ever and try your hardest to maintain that attitude all day.

5. Try something you think you’re bad at

Perhaps you think you’re horrible at singing, writing, basketball, or some other talent. But perhaps you’ve just never really given yourself the time to attempt and if you do, you might find a new talent for yourself.

6. Declare your life’s purpose

It can certainly be done in a week with focus and a bit of work.

To help you, here are two articles you might be interested in reading:

- 5 easy pieces to piecing together your purpose in life

- What do you want on your headstone?

7. Recognize change happens constantly

Every single day your life changes no matter what. Even if you go through the same routine over and over again, no two days are ever the same. Recognize this and even the days of adversity and pain will become bearable because you know that “good new days” lie ahead.

(Number 5 was rephrased. It first read “Try something you’re bad at.” Number 7 was also rephrased. Both were changed to get the points across more clearly.)

sumber : websitenya

Khamis, 17 November 2011

TOP 10: Sepuluh pasukan gerak khas terbaik dunia

ok top ten kali ini penulis akan siarkan mengenai pasukan gerak khas yang terbaik di dunia dan pencapaian mereka yang terbaik. Adakah pasukan gerak khas dari Malaysia berjaya masuk di dalam list ini? tengok jelah video ni...

ps: No 5 di dalam list ni memang kelakar... lihat sendiri.

Rabu, 16 November 2011

Ebook Percuma: Art of conversation

Hari ini satu lagi ebook percuma akan diberikan kepada anda untuk dimuat turun. Ebook ini bertajuk 'Art of conversation'. Bagi sesiapa yang sedang mencari formula untuk mengayat awek, boleh cuba membaca buku ini untuk mendapatkan ilham :)

download di sini

Selasa, 15 November 2011

Apakah maksud sebenarnya falsafah ?

Ok post kali ini penulis akan letakkan video mengenai apa itu falsafah dan apa kepentingannya di dalam kehidupan kita sehari-hari

Isnin, 14 November 2011

Keindahan Al Hambra diabadikan di dalam muzik romantik klasik

Pada kali ini penulis akan siarkan sebuah lagu zaman romantik dari seorang pemain gitar klasikal serta komposer hebat dari Sepanyol iaitu Francisco Tárrega bertajuk Recuerdos de la Alhambra atau dalam bahasa inggerisnya Memories of the Alhambra.

Lagu ini beliau cipta ketika beliau berada di Granada dan beliau begitu terpegun dengan keindahan istana Al Hambra tinggalan empayar islam Andalusia.Beliau mengabadikan keindahan Al -Hambra dengan mencipta lagu ini.


Ahad, 13 November 2011

Belajar Piano: Belajar main lagu di piano dalam masa 5 minit

*UPDATE: dapatkan video PERCUMA 'belajar piano dalam masa 5 minit di SINI

Bukankah indah jika anda boleh mengekspresikan emosi serta jiwa halus anda melalui muzik. Tetapi anda mempunyai satu masalah iaitu tidak tahu bermain alat muzik. Jadi pada post kali ini penulis akan beri tutorial untuk belajar piano secara basic.Objektif post ini adalah supaya anda mampu untuk memainkan lagu dengan piano setelah anda habis membaca post ini.

Baiklah mula-mula sekali anda perlu tahu basik key di piano. lihat gambar di bawah ini:
Piano biasa terdiri dari 88 key tetapi keyboard mempunyai key yang lebih sedikit, ada yang mempunyai 76, ada yang 42, hatta 12 key sekalipun ada.TETAPI walaupun sebanyak mana key di piano tersebut basicnya adalah hanya 12 key iaitu C, C# (C sharp)/Db (D flat), D, D#/Eb, E, F, F#/Gb, G, G#/Ab, A, A#/Bb, dan B. Not seterusnya akan kembali kepada C tetapi C bernada yang lebih tinggi.Lihat gambar di bawah. Jadi cara mudah untuk mengenal not-not di piano adalah dengan melihat not hitamnya. jika anda melihat 2 not hitam berdekatan, maka not sebelumnya adalah C (lihat gambar), Jika anda melihat 3 not hitam berdekatan maka not sebelum not hitam yang pertama adalah F.

Ok sekarang mari belajar tentang asas pembinaan kord di piano. Kebanyakan lagu menggunakan kombinasi kord major dan minor.Kesilapan utama bagi kebanyakan orang yang baru belajar piano atau gitar ialah mereka menghafal kord tetapi tidak tahu asas membina kord. Jadi banyak kord yang perlu dihafal tetapi jika anda tahu asas pembinaan kord, anda boleh bermain kord apa sekalipun tanpa perlu menghafalnya,

Ok apa itu kord? Kord ialah kombinasi 3 not yang dimainkan secara serentak. Secara asasnya ada 2 jenis kord yang selalu dimainkan iaitu Major dan Minor. Di piano  Kord selalunya dimainkan dengan jari 1,3 dan 5.lihat gambar dibawah.

Jadi untuk membina kord jari kanan no 1  letakkan di not kord tersebut. contohnya jika anda mahu membina kord C major, letakkan jari 1 di not C. Lihat gambar di bawah:

Jadi formula untuk membina kord major adalah '4-3'. Apa itu? itu adalah jarak antara not.Cuba lihat contoh diatas. untuk C major , not E jaraknya adalah 4 not dari C dan not G jaraknya 3 not dari E. Jadi jari 1 pada C, jari 3 pada E, dan jari 5 pada G.

Ok sekarang anda pula cuba. cuba bina kord F major. Gunakan formula di atas... anda berjaya membina kord tersebut? sila cek dengan gambar di bawah samada anda betul atau tidak.

Jadi menggunakan formula yang sama, jari pertama di F, 4 not dari F iaitu A di jari ketiga,dan 3 not dari A iaitu C di jari kelima.

Ok sekarang mari kita belajar membina kord minor pula. Formula untuk membina kord minor ialah '3-4'. Cuba lihat contoh C minor dibawah:

Seperti yang anda lihat dalam gambar diatas, jari pertama di C, 3 not dari c iaitu Eb di jari 3 dan 4 not dari Eb iaitu G di jari 5. Ok sekarang anda telah mengetahui asas-asasnya, sekarang anda kena lakukan practikalnya. dibawah ini ada kord bagi lagu sonata musim salju nyanyian Hazami. jadi anda boleh cuba memainkan lagu ini di piano. Anda tiada piano? anda boleh cuba memainkan piano flash yang berada di akhir post ini, mungkin feelnya tidak sama seperti memainkan piano biasa tapi at least anda boleh mempraktikkan pembinaan kord yang anda baru belajar ini. Selamat mencuba.

Perhatian: berikut adalah singkat bagi kord yang selalu ditulis di dalam buku kord
contoh: C major ditulis sebagai C sahaja
          : C minor ditulis sebagai Cm

Hazami - Sonata Musim Salju

Intro: Am Dm G C Dm E Am

Dm G
Saat ku merindu kan dirimu
Jiwa meronta kau ku damba
Dm E Am
Ohh gerhana lah seluruh pancar indra

Dm G
Ku hilang dalam memori cinta
Membakar seluruh jiwa raga
Hanya kau utkku
Kau tiada dua

Dm G
Bagaikan siang tiada mentari
Bagai mlm tiada cahya purnama
Dm E
Tanpa mu tiada erti hidup berdua
Am A
Ke akhir masa kau ku cinta

Anda boleh memainkan piano di bawah ini menggunakan kibod komputer anda berpandukan gambar diatas. contohnya C major, anda boleh tekan huruf A,D,dan G secara serentak untuk membunyikan kord.

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*UPDATE: dapatkan video PERCUMA 'belajar piano dalam masa 5 minit di SINI

Maaf, promosi sikit. video dibawah adalah muzik ciptaan penulis yang bertajuk 'sonata abadi' sudi-sudikanlah mendengarnya dan subscribe sekali kalau boleh :)

Sabtu, 12 November 2011

mentaliti kelas ketiga :10 perbuatan yang menggambarkan mentaliti kelas ketiga

Apa itu mentaliti kelas ketiga? apa bezanya dengan mentaliti kelas pertama? Mentaliti kelas ketiga bermaksud tahap pemikiran yang rendah serta berfikiran sempit. Berikut penulis berikan 10 contoh perbuatan mentaliti kelas ketiga

1. Di pasaraya, selepas menggunakan troli untuk memasukkan barang kedalam kereta, kemudian troli tersebut ditinggalkan begitu sahaja di tempat parking dan selalunya menghalang laluan kenderaan lain

2. Parking bertindih. Pasti kebanyakan kita pernah melalui keadaan ini dimana kereta ada kereta yang parking bertindih di belakang kereta anda dan menyebabkan anda tidak boleh keluar

3. Berasak-asak masuk lif tanpa menghiraukan pengguna yang mahu keluar dari lif tersebut.

4. Membuang sampah merata-rata dan membuang sampah keluar dari tingkap kereta

5. tidak berhenti semasa zebra line. Di malaysia keadaan yang unik berlaku dimana pelintas yang menggunakan zebra crossing terpaksa berkompromi dengan pemandu kenderaan demi nyawa mereka.

6. Tidak memakai tali pinggang keledar atau hanya memakainya jika ada polis atau sekatan jalanraya di hadapan.

7. Bekerja hanya semata-mata untuk duit dan bukannya berdasarkan passion, minat atau bakat.

8. Dengki dengan kejayaan orang lain, dan kalau boleh dia mahu manusia sama tahap dengan dia dan tidak lebih. Jika ada manusia yang lebih bijak atau lebih baik maka dia akan cuba untuk menjatuhkan insan tersebut agar sama level dengan dia.

9. Sukakan hiburan semata-mata dan tidak suka sesuatu yang bersifat educational, dan hiburan yang diminati adalah dari jenis hiburan berkelas rendah atau picisan yang tidak mampu untuk mencambahkan pemikiran dan minda.

10.Terlalu cepat berpuas hati dengan pencapaian diri sendiri dan tidak mahu memajukan diri sendiri kerana sudah cukup dengan apa yang ada. Kita takkan mampu menjadi world class dan compete dengan orang lain jika kita mempunyai pemikiran sebegini.

Jumaat, 11 November 2011

50 perkara yang harus diucapkan sebelum anda meninggal

 Berikut adalah 50 perkara yang harus anda ucapkan sebelum anda meninggal dunia. renung-renungkanlah..

1. Thanks for everything you’ve done. – Say it to your mother, father, grandmother, or sister; whoever deserves it. Say it when it’s least expected and when it will make the most impact.

2. You’ve changed my life.

3. I need you.

4. I’ve only got one life to live. – This will give you tremendous motivation.

5. Nothing can stop me.

6. I love my life.

7. There’s nothing I’d rather be doing.

8. I can change the world.

9. I will change the world.

10. I have changed the world.

11. I’m rich without money.

12. I’m doing what I was meant to do.

13. I conquered my biggest fear.

14. Glad to help you.

15. I have all the money I need.

16. I don’t care what people think.

17. I’m honest.

18. I’m going for it!

19. I’m proud of myself.

20. I’ve failed.

21. I’ve learned from my failures.

22. I have no regrets. – Many people believe everything happens for a reason. So why would you have any regrets?

23. I don’t like my life – Of course it’s a bad thing to say. But once you’ve acknowledged that you don’t like your life you can now begin to change it.

24. I’ve never had more fun in my life.

25. You hurt me.

26. There’s more to life than this.

27. I love you no matter what.

28. I’ve accomplished a lot.

29. You’ve been successful.

30. I’m listening. – Sometimes it’s more important to listen than to talk.

31. I’m here for you.

32. Words can’t describe the way I feel.

33. I’m not giving up.

34. I don’t have any worries.

35. There is no place like home.

36. It was a pleasure to talk to you.

37. I have all the time in the world.

38. I need a hand.

39. You’re my best friend.

40. I’m glad you were here.

41. I’m just gonna go for it.

42. I can’t thank you enough.

43. I’m trusting my gut.

44. I follow my own path.

45. What a wonderful world.

46. I take full responsibility. – Own up to your mistakes, people will respect you.

47. I’m not sorry. – There are times when you shouldn’t be sorry.

48. I came, I saw, I conquered.

49. I haven’t said enough.

50. I’m not afraid.


Khamis, 10 November 2011

TOP 10: Sepuluh diktator yang mati secara sadis.....

Pada post top ten kali ini, penulis akan sajukan anda semua dengan video sepuluh diktator yang mati secara sadis. Itulah akibatnya jika  kejam kepada rakyat sendiri, hukum karma akan kembali semula kepada mereka.Adakah Gaddafi termasuk dalam list ini? lihatlah sendiri :)

Rabu, 9 November 2011

Ebook Percuma: How to be successful with women

ok di sini penulis letakkan link untuk anda semua download ebook ini. Ebook ini menerangkan secara basic bagaimana untuk berjaya memikat wanita.



Selasa, 8 November 2011

Falsafah muzik didalam islam

Pada post kali ini, penulis mahu menunjukkan satu artikel dari Oleh Syed Ali Tawfik Al-Attas Dari kolum Cetusan Pemikiran – Mingguan Malaysia 16 Mac 2008. artikelnya berbunyi begini:

Pada umumnya muzik dilihat sebagai seni untuk hiburan, akan tetapi ia juga boleh dianggap suatu sains yang tersendiri, yang mempunyai mauduknya yang dibahaskan berpandukan kepada manhaj yang khusus baginya.

Terdapat nukilan yang terkenal dari Hikayat Seribu Satu Malam: “Bagi sebahagian orang, muzik umpama makanan; bagi yang lain ia seumpama ubat; dan bagi yang lain pula ia umpama kipas.” Demikianlah kaum Muslimin menganggap muzik. Walaupun kaum Muslimin banyak meminjam dari teori muzik kaum Yunani purba, mereka juga telah menyumbang ke arah menyempurna dan seterusnya mengembangkan lagi sains ini sehingga membawa kepada perasaan sedemikian terhadap muzik.

Sebab itulah Henry George Farmer mengatakan: “Anda boleh menelusuri keseluruhan kesusastraan Yunani dan tidak akan menemui perasaan sedemikian.” Beliau menambah: “Para pengikut Pythagoras telah memberikan pernyataan awal berkenaan faham kerohanian muzik Islam, akan tetapi ia masih kabur dan jauh tersorok di alam pemikiran Yunani.” Menurut faham muzik Islami, muzik bukan saja suatu sains tetapi juga seni, seni yang menghibur, menyuburkan hati, menenangkan jiwa dan yang terpenting, dalam bahasa sufi ia menjadi wasilah bagi menyatakan keasyikkan dan kerinduan terhadap Yang Maha Suci.

Al-Ghazali menegaskan dalam Ihya’nya bahawa muzik (sama’) mampu mendatangkan keasyikan rabbani, melaluinya tercapai hakikat. Beliau cuba menjelaskannya dengan kata-kata berikut: “Hati dan pemikiran halus adalah seumpama lombong rahsia dan khazanah batu-batu berharga. Di dalamnya terdapat jawhar seumpama percikan api yang terdapat dalam besi… Tiada jalan lain yang mengeluarkan rahsianya melainkan dengan mendengar muzik, kerana tiada jalan yang menghubungkan hati selain dari telinga… kerana sebaik saja semangat muzik menyentuh jiwa, ia menzahirkan apa saja yang menguasainya.”

Rasulullah dikhabarkan amat menyukai suara merdu Abu Musa al-Ash’ari dan berkata: “Kamu telah dikurniakan salah satu dari seruling Nabi Daud.” Seperti yang diketahui umum, Nabi Daud memiliki suara yang amat merdu, yang menarik perhatian bukan saja manusia bahkan haiwan sekalipun apabila baginda menyanyi. Ini bermakna bahawa Rasulullah mengetahui nilai dan menghargai bunyi-bunyian yang indah, yang tidak lain dari muzik.

Sebab itulah generasi awal Muslimin amat menghargai keindahan suara manusia. Muhammad bin Abd Rabbihi (860-940) berkata: “Suara yang indah menggerakkan tubuh dan mengalir ke dalam salur darah. Akibatnya darah menjadi murni, hati menjadi tenang, jiwa menjadi galak, anggota badan menjadi resah dan bergerak-gerak. Oleh sebab itu kanak-kanak tidak sepatutnya ditidurkan selepas menangis melainkan dengan muzik dan nyanyian.”

Ahmad Ibn Abi Dawud (m.854) juga berkata: “Aku pernah mendengar nyanyian Mukhariq di istana Khalifah al-Mu’tasim, dan hamper tidak tertahan tangisanku kerana binatang ganas sekalipun pasti akan jatuh cinta terhadap kemerduan suaranya dan menghargai kehebatannya.”

Berdasarkan kefahaman ini, kaum Muslimin mula membina falsafah muzik sekitar kurun ketiga Hijrah. Ia tidak lain dari kesinambungan terhadap sejarah awal muzik yang bermula dengan kedatangan agama Islam itu sendiri. Bermula dengan nyanyian penunggang unta, seterusnya berkembang menjadi nyanyian yang diiringi alat-alat muzik bertali yang dinamakan muwattar, termasuklah alatan yang kelihatan seperti harp yang dipanggil mi’zafah, dan daff (sejenis tamborin). Pada zaman awal tamadun Islam, penyanyi dan pemuzik yang paling dikenali ialah Tuways (m.705).

Sejajar dengan penaklukan yang semakin berkembang, alatan baru beserta dengan jenis-jenis muzik turut dikenali oleh dunia Islam. Ahli muzik kaum Muslimin mula mempelajari nyanyian dan ala-alat muzik yang baru termasuklah lute ciptaan (alat muzik bertali seumpama gitar). Masyarakat Mekah pada masa itu menggunakan sejenis alat muzik yang hampir sama berupa kotak yang ditutupi kulit kambing, walau bagaimanapun lute orang-orang Parsi mempunyai permukaan kayu, dan reka bentuk Parsi ini lama-kelamaan diterima pakai oleh orang-orang Mekah. Di antara ahli muzik terkenal pada zaman ini ialah ‘Azzat al-Mayla (m.705). Antara peminat beliau ialah Abdullah ibn Ja’far, sepupu Rasulullah.

Pada masa yang sama ahli muzik Muslimin juga terdedah kepada karya-karya filasuf yang pada kurun ketiga Hijrah mula membawa masuk teori-teori muzik Euclid dan pemikir Yunani lain ke dalam alam tamadun Islam. Dengan cara ini, falsafah muzik yang ilmiah mula timbul. Pemikir Muslim, termasuk ahli muzik, mula mentakrifkan muzik sebagai sains berasaskan pengamatan sendiri, juga hasil pengaruh Yunani.

Al-Farabi (m.950) adalah ahli muzik-falsafah Muslim yang pertama menulis karangan lengkap berkenaan falsafah dan teori muzik Islami. Henry George Farmer bahkan menobatkan beliau sebagai pengasas falsafah muzik. Falsafah dan teori muzik beliau diguna sehingga ke hari ini dengan bentuk yang pelbagai setelah melalui pengubahsuaian dan pembaikan.

Isnin, 7 November 2011

Jangan Tinggal daku versi perancis...

Dalam bahasa melayu, lagu ini bertajuk jangan tinggal daku, dalam bahasa asalnya ia bernama 'ne me quite pas'. Tapi anda jangan keliru, ini bukanlah lagu jangan tinggal daku yang dinnyanyikan oleh P. Ramlee. Ini adalah lagu yang dinyanyikan oleh penyainyi perancis iaitu Jacques Brel pada 1959.

Kali pertama penulis mendengar filem ini adalah di dalam filem 'Mukhsin' arahan arwah Yasmin Ahmad. Melodinya sungguh indah pada pandangan penulis dan sungguh syahdu dan menusuk jiwa walaupun instrument yang digunakan amat minimal tetapi impaknya amat besar di dalam lagu ini.

Ada 3 versi yang paling penulis suka, iaitu versi penyai asal Jacques Brel, versi Nina Simone seperti yang terdapat dalam Mukhsin dan versi bahasa melayu yang dinyanyikan oleh seorang warga singapura, di bawah ini penulis letakkan ketiga-tiga versinya. Enjoy

Ahad, 6 November 2011

100 tool dari google yang boleh menjimatkan masa anda

Pada post kali ini, penulis akan senaraikan 100 tool dari google yang boleh menjimatkan masa anda untuk membuat research atau pencarian anda,

Search Tricks
These search tricks can save you time when researching online for your next project or just to find out what time it is across the world, so start using these right away.
  1. Convert units. Whether you want to convert currency, American and metric units, or any other unit, try typing in the known unit and the unknown unit to find your answer (like “how many teaspoons in a tablespoon” or “10 US dollars in Euros”).
  2. Do a timeline search. Use “view:timeline” followed by whatever you are researching to get a timeline for that topic.
  3. Get around blocked sites. If you are having problems getting around a blocked site, just type “cache:website address” with website address being the address of the blocked site to use Google’s cached copy to get where you are going.
  4. Use a tilde. Using a tilde (~) with a search term will bring you results with related search terms.
  5. Use the image search. Type in your search word, then select Images to use the image search when trying to put a picture to your term.
  6. Get a definition. If you want a definition without having to track down an online (or a physical) dictionary, just type “definition:word” to find the definition of the word in your results (i.e.: “definition: serendipity” will track down the definition of the word “serendipity”).
  7. Search within a specific website. If you know you want to look up Babe Ruth in Wikipedia, type in “site:wikipedia.org Babe Ruth” to go directly to the Wikipedia page about Babe Ruth. It works for any site, not just Wikipedia.
  8. Search within a specific kind of site. If you know you only want results from an educational site, try “site:edu” or for a government site, try “site:gov” and your search term to get results only from sites with those web addresses.
  9. Search for a specific file type. If you know you want a PDF (or maybe an MP3), just type in “filetype:pdf” and your search term to find results that are only in that file type.
  10. Calculate with Google. Type in any normal mathematical expressions to get the answer immediately. For example, “2*4″ will get you the answer “8.”
  11. Time. Enter “what time is it” and any location to find out the local time.
  12. Find a term in a URL. This handy trick is especially useful when searching blogs, where dates are frequently used in the URL. If you want to know about a topic for that year only and not any other year, type “inurl:2009″ and your keyword to find results with your keyword in URLs with 2009 in them.
  13. Use Show Options to refine your search. Click “Show Options” on your search result page to have access to tools that will help you filter and refine your results.
  14. Search for a face. If you are looking for a person and not just their name, type “&imgtype=face” after the search results to narrow your results to those with images of faces.
Google Specifically for Education
From Google Scholar that returns only results from scholarly literature to learning more about computer science, these Google items will help you at school.
  1. Google Scholar. Use this specialized Google search to get results from scholarly literature such as peer-reviewed papers, theses, and academic publishers.
  2. Use Google Earth’s Sky feature. Take a look at the night sky straight from your computer when you use this feature.
  3. Open your browser with iGoogle. Set up an iGoogle page and make it your homepage to have ready access to news stories, your Google calendar, blogs you follow in Google Reader, and much more.
  4. Stay current with Google News. Like an electronic clearinghouse for news, Google News brings headlines from news sources around the world to help you stay current without much effort.
  5. Create a Google Custom Search Engine. On your own or in collaboration with other students, put together an awesome project like one of the examples provided that can be used by many.
  6. Collect research notes with Google Notebook. Use this simple note-taking tool to collect your research for a paper or project.
  7. Make a study group with Google Groups. Google Groups allows you to communicate and collaborate in groups, so take this option to set up a study group that doesn’t have to meet face-to-face.
  8. Google Code University. Visit this Google site to have access to Creative Commons-licensed content to help you learn more about computer science.
  9. Study the oceans with Google Earth 5. Google Earth 5 provides information on the ocean floor and surface with data from marine experts, including shipwrecks in 3D.
  10. Learn what experts have to say. Explore Knol to find out what experts have to say on a wide range of topics. If you are an expert, write your own Knol, too.
Google Docs
Google Docs is a great replacement for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, so learn how to use this product even more efficiently.
  1. Use premade templates. Use these 50 pre-made templates to track spending, keep up with your health, and much more.
  2. Collaborate on group projects. Google Docs allows for real-time collaboration, so make easy work for everyone next time you have a group project due.
  3. Use keyboard shortcuts. Use this handy list of keyboard shortcuts to save lots of time while using Google Docs.
  4. Create online surveys for research projects. Quickly and easily create online surveys for any research project that requires feedback from others. The answers are saved to your Google Docs account.
  5. Add video to your presentation. Learn how to seamlessly add video to your Google Docs page to really give your presentation or project a boost.
  6. Use the school year calendar template. Have an easy to use school year calendar through Google Docs by following these instructions.
  7. Create graphs from spreadsheets. Once you have populated a spreadsheet with data, you can easily create a graph. Google Docs allows for pie, bar, line, and scatter graphs.
  8. Create a new document with shortcuts. Learn two ways to open a new Google Docs page with these tricks.
  9. Right click to use save-as. Use the right click save-as option to save a Google Docs document on your computer.
  10. Send invitations. School shouldn’t be all about work. Find out how to send party invitations using Google Docs.
The super-popular Gmail is full of fun and fast ways to make your life and communications easier.
  1. Use the Tasks as a to-do list. Use the Tasks available in Gmail as a way to stay on top of assignments, exams, and project due dates.
  2. Use the Archive feature. One of the great features of Gmail is that it allows you to archive emails to get them out of your inbox, then you can use the search feature to find them if you need them again.
  3. Highlight mail with labels. Use labels to mark your messages. You can find them easily while in your inbox and do a search for all the messages with that label after you archive them.
  4. Never forget to attach a file. By signing up for the Labs, you can select to have the Forgotten Attachment Detector. This feature notices if you have typed something about an attachment in the body, but are sending without actually attaching anything–a great tool to save time and embarrassment.
  5. Use keyboard shortcuts. Go to Settings and enable keyboard shortcuts so you can perform common tasks at the touch of just one or two keys.
  6. Add multiple attachments. Use the Control (or Cmd on Macs) and Shift keys to select more than one file to attach to your email at one time.
  7. Use the https option. Google recommends using this option if you use your Gmail in public places like a dorm or coffee shop to add an extra bit of protection to your Internet activities.
  8. Incorporate Google Calendar and Docs on your Gmail page. Have access to recent documents used in Google Docs and get an agenda of upcoming activities you have on Google Calendar with small boxes added to your Gmail page. Go to Labs to select this option.
  9. Add a “Waiting for Response” label. If you have emails in your inbox that you are holding until someone gets back to you, creating this label keeps you from forgetting to follow up on it later.
  10. Use Canned Responses. If you find yourself writing the same type of email over and over, use the Canned Responses feature in the Labs to create a template that you you can use without having to type out the entire email every time.
  11. Consolidate email accounts. If you have a Gmail account, an account through school, and any other account you are juggling separately, combine them all into Gmail to cut down on time spent checking all those accounts.
  12. Use AIM in Gmail. If you use AIM to IM friends or partners on projects, add it to the chat feature already in Gmail to have access to both.
Google Calendar
Save yourself some time by keeping track of appointments, assignments, and more with Google Calendar.
  1. Sync up with others using iCal or Sunbird. Google lets you sync your calendar with others using Apple iCal or Mozilla Sunbird.
  2. Customize reminders. Set reminders in your Google Calendar so that you never forget an appointment again. Choose from email, pop-up, or SMS reminders and even set when the reminder comes.
  3. Learn some basic keyboard shortcuts. Change from daily to weekly to monthly view, compose a new event, and more with these simple shortcuts.
  4. Use Quick Add. Click on Quick Add and type the day and time and what you are doing to have the calendar create the event with the correct time and date.
  5. Use multiple calendars. Create separate calendars for school work, personal information, important due dates, and more to stay ultra-organized.
  6. Get a text message with your daily agenda. Keep up with all that you need to do for the day without ever having to log on to your Google Calendar.
  7. Set weekly repeats for any day. The drop-down menu only offers M/W/F or T/Th options for repeating events. Go to “Every Week” and customize which days you want the event to repeat.
  8. Get upcoming events while away from the computer. Check out #8 in this list to learn how to access your upcoming events via your phone.
  9. Add events from Gmail. If you receive an email with event time and date information, you can easily add this event to your calendar by clicking “Add to calendar.”
  10. Invite others. If you have events on your calendar that you want to invite others to join, just add their email address under Add Guests within the event.
Google Mobile
Whether riding the bus or walking to class, use Google Mobile to stay productive while away from your computer.
  1. Sync your calendar. Never be far from your Google Calendar when you sync it to your phone.
  2. Check your email. Keep your email right at your fingertips with Gmail for mobile.
  3. Access your blog subscriptions. Keep up with your blogs and news feeds that you subscribe to through Reader right on your phone.
  4. Use Google Voice to consolidate phone numbers. If you have a phone in your dorm or apartment, a cell phone, and any other phone numbers, consolidate them into one number with Google Voice.
  5. Easily find friends. Find out where your friends are and even get a map with directions for how to get there with Google Latitudes.
  6. Find out information easily while on the go. Whether you are looking for a great place to eat dinner, wondering what the weather is like, or want to know what the Spanish word for “bathroom” is, just text your information to Google (466453–spells Google on your phone) to get the answer texted back right away.
  7. Access iGoogle. Get your iGoogle page formatted just for the smaller screen size of your phone.
  8. Read your Google Docs. Have access to all your Google Docs items right on your phone.
  9. Keep a to-do list on your phone. Use Google Tasks for mobile so you can access your to-do list any time–and check off what you’ve finished, too.
  10. Never get lost again. Google Maps is an interactive program for most smart phones that offers tons of features so you will never have to be lost again.
  11. Do a quick search anywhere. Find information with a Google search from your phone to impress your professors and your friends.
  12. Access Google Books. Android and iPhone users can access Google Books on their phones.
  13. Post to your blog. Use your mobile to post to your Blogger blog.
Google Chrome Tips and Extensions
If you are using the Google Chrome browser, then you will love these time-saving tips and extensions.
  1. Use a “Pin Tab”. If you have multiple tabs open, use a “Pin Tab” to make the tabs the size of the little icon on the left side.
  2. Don’t overlook Paste and Search and Paste and Go. These two features are available when you right-click to add a word or URL to Chrome and will save you an extra step.
  3. Reopen a closed tab. Oops! If you didn’t mean to close that tab, just press Ctrl+Shift+T to reopen it.
  4. Use the Chrome shortcuts. Open a new tab, see your history, maximize your window, and much more with these shortcuts.
  5. Take advantage of the address bar. With Google Chrome, you can use the address bar to perform a Google search, quickly access pages you’ve already visited, and get recommendations for places to go.
  6. Go incognito. If you don’t want to leave traces of where you were browsing, use incognito mode instead of having to go back and delete your history and cookies.
  7. Use the bookmarks manager. Stay organized, rearrange bookmarks, search for bookmarks, add folders, and much more with the bookmark manager.
  8. ChromePass. This tool will give you a list of all the password information stored in Google Chrome.
  9. Save as PDF. Save any page as a PDF with this bookmarklet.
  10. ChromeMailer. If you’ve lost valuable time when having to manually enter email information from a website because Google Chrome doesn’t support the mailto: function, then you will love this extension.
  11. Google Chrome Backup. Back up your personal data, bookmarks, and more with this simple tool.
Google Books
Learn how Google Books can save you time and trips to the library with these tricks.
  1. Search full text. Google Books offers full text for over 10,000 books, so look here the next time you are researching something at the last minute.
  2. Use “About this book”. At the top left of the page of a book, clicking this link will give you helpful information such as the table of contents, related books, and a map of places mentioned in the book.
  3. Create a personalized library. Click on “Add to my shared library” to start your own personalized library where you can label books to keep them organized for each class or project.
  4. Find books in your college library. Each book in Google Books has a link to find the book in a library. It can tell you exactly where to look at your own school.
  5. Use the Advanced Book Search. If you can’t find the book you are looking for, try the advanced search, which provides you with many more detailed options.
  6. Access text books. Many text books are available on Google Books, so see if you can save a trip to the bookstore next semester.
  7. Search for magazine content. Select Magazines in the Advanced Book Search to locate information from magazines.
  8. Read the blog. Google Books is constantly evolving, so stay on top of all the latest news with the Inside Google Books blog.
  9. Find books to supplement your assigned texts. Search by subject to see what books you may be able to read to get the extra leg up in your classes.
Handy Google Services and Apps
These other Google products will help you save time by offering you everything from alerts to online collaboration to help working with data sets.
  1. Google Alerts. Sign up to get email notifications any time a topic you designate shows up in Google search results. This is a great way to stay current with a project or news story.
  2. Google Desktop. Keep a clock, weather, news stories, Google search box, and more all within easy reach when you use Google Desktop.
  3. Google SketchUp. If you need to draw 3D figures for class, use Google SketchUp to do so easily and free of charge.
  4. Google Talk. This versatile app is more than just for IMs. You can switch to voice, do a video chat, and send texts, too.
  5. Google Images. Google has an incredible image search feature that will provide you with tons of high-quality images you can use in presentations.
  6. Google Translate. Don’t spend time looking up stuff in books, use Google Translate to get foreign words translated right away.
  7. Google Wave. This brand new Google product shows great promise for anyone collaborating, but especially for those in school. Communicate, create documents, and more–all in real-time.
  8. Google Finance. Business students can keep track of markets, news, portfolios, and more in one place.
  9. Google Toolbar. Have easy access to Gmail, Google search, bookmarks, and more with this toolbar available for Internet Explorer and Firefox.
  10. Picasa. Manage your photos and even incorporate them into your blogs and emails with Google’s streamlines photo manager.
  11. Google Squared. Find facts and organize them with this search feature from Google Labs.
  12. Google Fusion Tables. If you are working with data sets, then you will love this program that will allow you to upload data, create visual representations, and take part in discussions about the data.
  13. Blogger. Create a blog as a part of a project or just to stay in touch with friends and family in an easy way.


Sabtu, 5 November 2011

Nostalgia: Lagu Perak darul Ridzuan yang indah!!!!

Ini merupakan lagu yang khas menerangkan tentang tempat-tempat di negeri perak. Apa yang menarik bagi penulis adalah melodi lagu ini yang syahdu dan indah. Ia mengingatkan kembali penulis masa zaman kecil dahulu dimana lagu ini selalu dimainkan di TV RTM.

Jumaat, 4 November 2011

9 tip untuk meningkatkan motivasi anda

Di bawah ini penulis senaraikan 9 tip untuk meningkatkan motivasi anda. Ada kalanya kita memang akan merasa down serta kurang motivasi untuk melakukan sesuatu, jadi di sini penulis berkongsi tips yang penulis dapat dari website ini

1. Make Someone Laugh

Enticing a laugh out of a friend is one of my favorite energy boosters. I’m not a comedian, but I do like to be goofy and let go of my serious side. A little silliness can make most people laugh. If you not a silly person then just strike up a light hearted conversation about family, sports, or movies. The laughs should come naturally and if they don’t, at least you got to know your co-worker a little better.

2. Drink Coffee/Tea

I’m not much of a coffee drinker; I like to drink iced or warm tea as a pick-me-up. However, when I’m at work and my energy is low there are times when I go for a cup of coffee.

Whatever your drink of choice may be, sometimes you just need an extra boost to bring that energy level up.

3. Find Purpose in Your Work

I’ve had plenty of terrible projects to work on at various jobs. One of my most dreaded was stuffing marketing bags by the 1,000s for an event. One year I had to stuff 3,000 bags with our newsletter, small flashlight, and a coupon. My neck, back and wrists were throbbing after it was all over. This tension caused a splitting headache for the drive home.

I vowed to find a mental hack so that this type of task did not feel so torturous.

I almost gave up after trying various techniques that didn’t work, but then I tried the most obvious hack of them all. I looked for the reason why I chose to stay with the work. Whether I thought about the fact that I was making my boss happy, keeping my job so I could pay my rent, and developing my internal happiness during tough situations. I realized that it kept coming back to purpose. By finding a reason to stay engaged with my work, I was able to relax and not wish that I was doing something else.

4. Picture a Positive Outcome

Your motivation may be low because you can’t envision the outcome. Or maybe you see a finished product that looks terrible.

I have a friend who loves to draw, but every time he is asked to do a drawing he hesitates. He told me that the first thing that pops in his head is a disappointed face when he hands over the drawing to his client.

My friend is an amazing artist and yet he can’t envision the value that other people see in his talents.

Next time your motivation is low, try picturing the person who receives the finished project as being so happy that s/he can’t help but give you a big bear hug.

5. Ask for Positive Feedback

Many of us are too shy to encourage a compliment out of someone. It’s a shame because even a compliment that we fish for can boost us.

So give this a try:

Don’t ask a boss or co-worker for an outright compliment, but talk about how you see yourself and ask them how they see you. 99.99% of people will start listing your strengths. If they start listing your weaknesses don’t cut them off. Just listen with an open mind and know that you can focus on the positive aspects after the conversation is over.

6. Apply an Eight Hour Habit Fix

Let’s say you procrastinate when it comes to writing certain emails. Today, just for today, you won’t procrastinate. No matter what type of email that you have to write, you will just do it.

You need to stop letting habits get in the way of accomplishing your goals. I would suggest a 30 day “habit fix” to make it permanent, but that requires a lot of work. Many of you don’t have time to focus 30 days on such a fix. So try 8 hours and see how you feel. Take one work day to focus on breaking a habit that you think is holding you back. Every time your attention slips away and you fall back into old habits, gently remind yourself to stay focused.

After your 8 hours is up, check in to see how you feel. Did you get more accomplished? Do you feel more relaxed, or are you more stressed? If it felt good then try a 30 day habit fix and see if you can’t make this positive habit a regular habit.

7. Clean Your Work Space

A clean workplace helps clear the mind. It’s hard to focus when you’re surrounded by clutter. There are more distractions to get lost in.

Try cleaning up your desk. Put away any extraneous papers, dust off your monitor, and clean up the files on your computer. Once you have a clear external area, it’s easier to deal with your internal decision making process.

8. Make a Short and Easy “To Do” List

Too many of us try to make a list that we can’t accomplish, then at the end of the day we feel depressed and unproductive. The reality is that we still got a lot done. Yes, we probably could have been 10% more efficient, but that doesn’t mean we should beat ourselves up. We need a little day dreaming to keep our creative juices flowing.

Try making a short and easy list that you know you will be able to accomplish. I know those of you who are “go getters” will try to push yourself to get more done, but try with all your might to refrain from doing this. A short and easy list makes the work seem possible

9. Reward Yourself for a Completed Task

You need to take time to feel good about the work that you do. If you are too busy rushing to the next thing then you aren’t soaking in the feelings that keep you motivated.

If you are reading this post and you got this far, I bet that you are a self motivated person. This goes double for you.

You need to thank yourself for all your hard work because it’s the only way you know you will get rewarded. You can’t always rely on someone else, so…

- Take five minutes and look back on your good work

- Go for a short walk (Out in nature. It’s the best place to rejuvenate yourself)

- Buy a healthy lunch that won’t weigh you down

You know the type of rewards you like best, so make sure to give yourself the time and attention that keeps you feeling good.

Khamis, 3 November 2011

TOP 10: virus pc yang paling menggugat keamanan manusia

Disini penulis tonjolkan 10 virus yang memberikan impak paling buruk kepada pengguna dalam sejarah virus komputer.

Rabu, 2 November 2011

Cara mengurat mengikut cara Islam

Ok pada post-post sebelum ini penulis tunjukkan bagaimana cara mengurat versi barat, jadi pada kali ini penulis akan berikan cara mengurat mengikut Islam pula. Artikel ini penulis ambil dari sebuah blog:

Proses memikat :

1. Dimulakan dgn penghayatan atau pandangan… Pandangan mestilah pandangan yang dibenarkan Islam dan tidak menyalahi syara’ iaitu muka dan tapak tangan… kaki itu pun aurat taw.. jadi pandai-pandai lah berjinak dengan stokin ya :)

2. Senyum :) Senyum itu sedeqah… Setelah melalui proses pertama, anda boleh senyum untuk menambat hati wanita pilihan anda… (kpd perempuan jgn mudah percaya dgn senyuman lelaki yang “He Had Such A Quiet Eyes”, hati-hati dengan senyuman lelaki ye…)

3. Bercakap… Ada 2 jenis cakap, awwalan telefon wa thanian melalui kiriman Khidmat Pesanan Ringkas (SMS not Sheikh Muzafar Shukor ye) atau melalui laman-laman sosial… Namun, biarlah semua ini tidak melampaui batas pergaulan… dan jika boleh, jangan lah berbicara dengan perkara-perkara yang tidak penting ya… emm..faham ke??

4. Appoinment or janji temu. Da cakap semua tu, buatlah janji temu untuk face to face mengikut masa yang ditetapkan (jgn tengah2 malam) dan ditempat yang jauh drpd FITNAH… dan jangan juga Berdua!! ikhilat lelaki dan perempuan nisbah nya .. 1 lelaki=3 perempuan…

5. Step yg plg best! “Dating”…stage ni stage yang paling MENCABAR dan MENGUJI HAWA NAFSU, sebab syaitan laknatullah tu x suke tgk org bina Masjid…jelez la katakan sebab x de yang nak ke dia…hehehe… mase ni Syaitan akan cuba mengasah hawa, cucuk nafsu yang akan membawa ke arah MAKSIAT..nauzubillah… Ustaz Rusli kata, “Proses kelima boleh dielakkan atau dikawal jika wujud org tengah yg boleh dipercayai untuk membantu kita melalui perhubungan yang terarah kepada kebaikan.

Ustaz Rusli Md Zain Al-Farqawi telah menghuraikan 7 perkara yang perlu di beri attention!!!
yang selaras dengan kehendak Islam :

1. Yakin dan bukan menunjuk-nunjuk… Lelaki harus yakin memikat supaya wanita yang dipikat tak rasa dirinya ditipu. iye dak?.. kalau ada unsur2 tipu2 ni, perempuan mungkin akan rasa teraniaya… Ingat!!! DOA org teraniaya MAKBUL!!! AWAS lelaki…!!! dan lagi satu..perhubungan yang ada unsur tipu2 ni tak tahan lama..cinta monyet lagi la!hehe…

2. Pemerhatian. Cara yang Islam benarkan, pemerhatian dari jauh or merisik. carilah orang tengah yang BOLEH DIPERCAYAI untuk siasat dan selidik latar belakang calon pilihan hati tu..

3. Pembuktian… kedua-dua pihak dah setuju dan buktikan kesungguhan anda memikatnya.

4. KEIKHLASAN… nak pikat tu biarlah secara natural…semula jadi..jgn dibuat-buat. tidak perlu skrip2 ni..buang ink je nak karang skrip pnjg2..PERSAHABATAN MESTILAH BERLANDASKAN UKHWAH FILLAH…err(segheyau ngat aih)…kalau nak tegur tu biarlah LILLAHI TAALA tanpa ada unsur CEMBURU BUTA, DENGKI dan BERNAFSU.

5. Penambahbaikan. Jgn lama2 sangat…nanti syaitan rebut peluang. ILmu mesti disisipkan dalam perhubungan supaya tidak menyimpang.

6. Konstiten (ISTIQAMAH). Terima kelebihan dan kekurangan pasangan seadanya, bak kata Nisa’ dalam Dalil Cinta TV3 “take me for whom I am”…setiap psgn tu mesti akan diuji. Jadi, kepercayaan terhadap pasangan tu mesti berterusan.

7. ELAKKAN CINTA KHIRDUN. Hubbun khirdun ni sementara je. Ciri hubbun khirdun ni selalu tukar partner n SS (Syok sendiri)..yang akan jadi mangsa, WANITA! so hati-hati sekali lagi wahai wanita-wanita.

Ustaz, da berjaya pikat nak buat ape pulak? Ustaz Rusli kata…
(Peringkat seterusnya ni sesuai abang-abang dan kakak-kakak yg da matang la ataupun yang da ada planning nak kenduri,berkahwin)

1. Kelangsungan dan kesinambungan. ( Cepat-cepat le BINA MASJID nak elak FITNAH)

2. Kurangkan pertemuan. Ini pun nak elak fitnah dan prasangkan buruk (su u zon )

3. Tingkatkan perancangan. Saling memahami dan buat perancangan rumahtangga.

4. Rajin2lah gi Majlis Ilmu. Step ni bagus untuk MANTOPKAN IMAN.

5. Dekatilah AL-QURAN. Pasangan perlu belajar dari juzuk 1-30 sebelum kahwin. Majlis khatam al-Quran haruslah dilakukan oleh si lelaki mahupun perempuan.Bukan perempuan sahaja yang macam berlaku sekarang.

6.Berdoalah selepas baca al-Quran. Sabda Rasulullah S.A.W “Berdoa sesudah membaca al-Quran akan diaminkan oleh 4000 malaikat manakala berdoa sesudah khatam al-Quran pula akan diaminkan oleh 60 000 malaikat Allah” (Riwayat ad-Damiri dan ad-Dailami). Amalkan solat sunat Dhuha, membaca Ayat seribu Dinar dan surah al-Waqiaah setiap hari sebelum sesudah dipikat.

7.KUKUHKAN EKONOMI. Carilah pekerjaan yang lebih stabil.

8.Tingkatkan kualiti kerja. Janganlah lpas ada isteri, kualiti kerja merosot. Ishk3x..buat malu muka isteri jer…

9. Cari kualiti masa. Tanya khabar pasangan, beri kata2 semangat bukan ungkapan-ungkapan yang menaikkan nafsu Syahwat.

10. Letakkan MOTO kehidupan. Nabi S.A.W mengingatkan kita agar ingat 5 perkara sebelum lima perkara,sihat sebelum sakit,muda sebelum tua,kaya sebelum miskin,lapang sebelum sibuk dan hidup sebelum mati.


Selasa, 1 November 2011

Lagu 4'33" dan falsafah John Cage...

Bagi sesiapa yang belum mendengar komposisi dari John Cage ini, diatas penulis telah letakkan video persembahannya. Perhatian... komposisi ini mungkin akan mengejutkan anda dan mungkin akan menimbulkan tanda tanya, jadi penulis telah letakkan video komentar komposernya John Cage serta falsafahnya mengenai komposisi ini.

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