April 18, 2006

Links (9)

Posted in Reminder Links at 4:59 pm by miharuyouth

ASP Tutorial

http://www.macronimous.com/resources/tutorials/ASP_installation_tutorial.asp

http://www.15seconds.com/issue/050210.htm
http://www.internet.com/msbooks/aspstepbystep.html

http://generaldisarray.wordpress.com/2006/04/14/ten-things-every-microsoft-word-user-should-know/

http://www.skorcareer.com/

http://www.w3schools.com/asp/asp_ref_response.asp

spell check

http://orangoo.com/spell/

css

http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menu/lightbox.html#flower8

http://www.cameronolthuis.com/2006/04/top-10-css-tutorials/

mysql with asp

http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb/scripts/ShowCode.asp?txtCodeId=7739&lngWId=4

http://www.aspdev.org/articles/asp-mysql-connect/

http://www.developerfusion.co.uk/asp/

klinik

http://www.mycen.com.my/search/vet.html http://www.mycen.com.my/search/vet.html

http://www.layoutgalaxy.com/photoshop5.5/painting-editing1.php4#2
bittorent

http://netforbeginners.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?zi=1/XJ&sdn=netforbeginners&zu=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bitenova.org%2F

dan lain-lain

http://www.zefrank.com/flowers/

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April 15, 2006

SWANSON’S UNWRITTEN RULES

Posted in Every Day, Motivation at 11:30 pm by miharuyouth

1: Learn to say, "I don't know." If used when appropriate, it will be used often.
2: It is easier to get into something than to get out of it.
3: If you are not criticized, you may not be doing much
4: Look for what is missing. Many know how to improve what's there; few can see what isn't there.
5: Presentation rule: When something appears on a slide presentation, assume the world knows about it and deal with it accordingly.
6. Work for a boss to whom you can tell it like it is. Remember, you can't pick your family, but you can pick your boss.
7: Constantly review developments to make sure that the actual benefits are what they were supposed to be. Avoid Newton's Law.
8: However menial and trivial your early assignments may appear, give them your best effort.
9: Persistence or tenacity is the disposition to persevere in spite of difficulties, discouragement or indifference. Don't be known as a good starter but a poor finisher!
10: In doing your project, don't wait for others; go after them and make sure it gets done.
11: Confirm the instructions you give others, and their commitments, in writing. Don't assume it will get done.
12: Don't be timid: Speak up, express yourself and promote your ideas.
13: Practice shows that those who speak the most knowingly and confidently often end up with the assignment to get the job done.
14: Strive for brevity and clarity in oral and written reports.
15: Be extremely careful in the accuracy of your statements.
16: Don't overlook the fact that you are working for a boss. Keep him or her informed. Whatever the boss wants, within the bounds of integrity, takes top priority.
17: Promises, schedules and estimates are important instruments in a well-run business. You must make promises — don't lean on the often-used phrase: "I can't estimate it because it depends on many uncertain factors."
18: Never direct a complaint to the top; a serious offense is to "cc" a person's boss on a copy of a complaint before the person has a chance to respond to the complaint.
19: When interacting with people outside the company, remember that you are always representing the company. Be especially careful of your commitments.
20: Cultivate the habit of boiling matters down to the simplest terms: the proverbial "elevator speech" is the best way.
21: Don't get excited in engineering emergencies: Keep your feet on the ground.
22: Cultivate the habit of making quick, clean-cut decisions.
23: When making decisions, the "pros" are much easier to deal with than the "cons." Your boss wants to see both.
24: Don't ever lose your sense of humor.
25: Have fun at what you do. It will be reflected in you work. No one likes a grump except another grump!
26: Treat the name of you company as if it were your own.
27: Beg for the bad news.
28: You remember 1/3 of what you read, 1/2 of what people tell you, but 100% of what you feel.
29: You can't polish a sneaker.
30: When facing issues or problems that are becoming drawn-out, "short them to the ground."
31: When faced with decisions, try to look at them as if you were one level up in the organization. Your perspective will change quickly.
32: A person who is nice to you but rude to the waiter, or to others, is not a nice person. (This rule never fails).
33: Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, an amateur built an ark that survived a flood while a large group of professionals built the Titanic!

April 14, 2006

You hate your job when…

Posted in Motivation at 12:52 pm by miharuyouth

1. You hate your boss.

2. You feel your boss and the whole universe hate you

3. When sitting in your work station, you somehow miss sitting in the traffic jam.

4. Your client calls you and asks you to do something. You answer, "Yes, sure. Let me write this down." After the conversation, you realized you've written down, "Bugger off you filthy freak! Go to hell." plus some ugly caricature sketches.

5. Any small mishap, like you being trapped in the elevator, or when you split the morning coffee, leads you into thinking that those are signs you need to resign.

6. When your company makes the Best Employers list, you come out with you own list of 1000 reasons not to work there.

7. Your heart beat rate is faster when you're in Monday meeting than when you're bungee jumping. (haha)

8. You convinced your peers that your Feng Shui masters told you that if you keep on working here, you'll get killed.

9. You fantasize your stomach ache turns into appendix problem.

10. You wish you get pregnant when you're a guy.

11. You start to calculate how many months your saving can last if you're suddenly unemployed. Sometimes you contemplate what franchise you can afford.

12. You jump in triumph when your company announces VSS. You make sure you're the first in the queue to get the form.

13. You contacted EPF/KWSP and start asking whether you're eligible to withdraw any money from the fund.

14. You're surfing websites which are similar to this site.

15. You read this article until finish.

*yeah right…go and find another suitable job then..dont be too loyal (this is not being loyal..it is about cannot find another job…) or you will say "another day wasted…with nothing…."*

30 Luahan Perasaan Suami Isteri…

Posted in Emails From Me Friends at 12:31 pm by miharuyouth

30 Luahan Perasaan Suami.

1."isteriku, Iktitraflah kelakianku"
2."Isteriku,Jagalah Rumahku"
3."Isteriku, Janganlah Leteri aku"
4."Isteriku, Fahamilah Perasaanku"
5."Isteriku, Berbincanglah dengan ku"
6."Isteriku, Hiasilah Dirimu"
7."Isteriku, Berlemah Lembutlah terhadapku"
8."Isteriku,Hargailah pemberianku"
9."Isteriku, Janganlah Pilih Kasih Terhadap Anak-anak"
10."Isteriku, Jagalah Makan Minumku"
11."Isteriku,Jagalah pakaianku"
12."Isteriku , Didiklah Anak-Anakku"
13."Isteriku, Raikan Keluargaku"
14."Isteriku, Sembunyikanlah Kepintaran & Kelebihanmu"
15."Isteriku, Janganlah Membuang Masamu"
16."Isteriku, Janganlah Banyak Kerenah"
17."Isteriku, Patuhlah Kepadaku"
18."Isteriku, Janganlah Cemburu Buta"
19."Isteriku, Tunjukanlah sifat sabarmu"
20."Isteriku ,Iktiraflah Kepimpinanku"
21." Isteriku, Bantulah Kejayaan ku."
22"Isteriku,"Jadikan Anak2ku Insan Berakhlak mulia"
23."Isteriku, Permudahlan Penglibatan Sosial ku"
24."Isteriku, Janganlah Boros"
25."Isteriku, Hargailah Kejayaanku"
26"Isteriku,Galakkanlah Hobiku"
27."Isteriku, Suburkanlah Pembangunan Intelek ku"
28."Isteriku,Berjimat Cermatlah"
29."Isteriku, Berterus-terang dan Berkomunikasilah Denganku"
30."Isteriku, Janganlah Terlalu Mengawalku."

Keluhan Isteri Terhadap Suami

1. suamiku… bimbinglah keluargamu…
2. suamiku… janganler rileks aje… tolonglah sikit !!!
3. suamiku… jagalah matamu…
4. suamiku… jangan abaikan rumahtanggamu
5. suamiku… jangan balik kerja lambat sangat
6. suamiku… dengarlah rintihan hatiku… .
7. suamiku… bertutur dengan lembutlah nganku… jangan main hentam kromo aje!!!
8. suamiku… setialah pada keluargamu… .JANGAN CARI YANG LAIN!!!!
9. suamiku… bersabarlah dengan kerenah anak-anakmu !!!
10.suamiku… ciumlah pipiku @ dahiku sebelum pergi kerja
11.suamiku… makan dan minumlah hidangan dari air tanganku. Jangan jeling aje dan nak komen aje.
12.suamiku… pujilah diriku dan jangan bandingkan diriku dengan orang lain!!!!

April 12, 2006

Why A Spider Hanging From A Thread Does Not Rotate

Posted in Animals Kingdom, News Headlines at 12:49 am by miharuyouth

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The extraordinary properties of spider's thread are like a blessing for researchers working on polymers. However, the amazing twisting properties it displays are still not very well understood. How can one explain the fact that a spider suspended by a thread remains completely motionless, instead of rotating like a climber does at the end of a rope? Researchers at the Laboratoire de physique des lasers (CNRS/University of Rennes) have described the exceptional properties of this material which still has some secrets to reveal. The results will be published in Nature on 30 March 2006.

Fasten an object to the end of a vertically suspended thread. Give it a slight twist and let go. You will observe that the object rotates for a certain length of time and with a certain amplitude, depending on the material of the thread. Now observe a spider suspended from its thread: It is stable, doesn't move, spins its thread in a perfectly straight line and always recovers its balance after environmental disturbances.

By experimenting with a torsion pendulum to which they attached a mass equivalent to a spider's weight, researchers at the Laboratoire de physique des lasers (CNRS/University of Rennes) compared the dynamic reactions of different types of thread to a 90° rotation. The results are revealing: a KevlarTM filament (which is synthetic) behaves like an elastic, with reduced oscillations. A copper thread oscillates slightly but does not return to its original shape, and becomes more fragile as a result of these oscillations. Spider's thread, on the other hand, is very efficient at absorbing oscillations, regardless of air resistance, and retains its twisting properties during the experiments. It also returns to its exact original shape. Certain alloys, such as Nitinol, possess similar properties but must be heated to 90° to return to their original shape.

The amazing properties of spider's thread have been known for several years: its ductility, strength and hardness surpass those of the most complex synthetics fibers . It now also seems that through natural selection, spider's thread has evolved into a material with “self-shape memory effect” which allows it to return to its original configuration without outside stimulus. This complex dynamic process has recently been represented as a “stacked” model which the authors use to depict the relaxation of the different proteins in spider's thread.

Editor's Note: The original news release can be found here.

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