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Saturday, July 12, 2008

Who the Owner of a Country?

CITIZEN. Yes, we are the owner of a country. An ordinary citizen not a Politician, PM or anyone who work for them. The government just a manager of a country. But we are citizens is the owner. We are the tax payer. We pay them to run our country. And in return we want a stability economic, security and freedom of human right.So, why when we are the owner of a country---rich country like our country--- live in poverty---- eat not eat, sleep not sleep, hot and cold, flood, feel insecure because of increase of criminals? Why? Isn't it our right to get good education, housing, security etc..because we are the owner of a country?What are the people up they doing? Are they think about us? The one who pay them to managed our country in high cost? Let's compare our lives with them. They have Mercedes as private vehicle, they give us a Mercedes also...but as public vehicle. The wear Prada, Armani, Gucci, and we...happy enough to wear normal clothes we bought from pasar malam. Why? because we spend our money for their payment.We are the owner of a country. We don't want a Mercedes BMW, Porsche, we just want a good public transport. We want feel secure in our live without scared being robbed, rapped, murder... We want our voice to be hear. Fix the canal so when rain more flood.We are the owner of a country. You, people up there..have responsibility to us. To provide better lifestyle, education, housing and food. That's why we choose you..because we believe you can make our country a better place for us, the Owner.We are the owner of a country! We are citizen!

How to Choose a Notebook

Go shopping for a notebook computer today, and you're likely to focus on the specs that manufacturers tout: dual core processor, large screen, size, and light weight. Beside that you supposed to know and avoid the notebooks those are have:Glossy screen. Good for watching movie, but not good for working. Glossy screen are highly reflective. In typical office environments, glossy screen can be hard on both eyes and your concentration.Slow Wireless. Avoid notebooks that offer only the built-in 802,11b or 802,11g wireless cards. Flimsy construction. How well a notebook computer is built will likely determine whether you still own it three years from now or whether it gets sold off for part. If you like traveling or buying for a youngster, buy the notebook that were made to take some abuse. The Dell Latitude series, Acer travelmate, or the Lenovo ThinkPad are all highly regarded in terms of durability.Heat. Combine powerfull processor, fast hard drive and hefty battery will result in Heat and lot of it. if you still want to work from your lap. you need to either contact the manufacturer and ask the specifically about this or visit a store in which the notebook is running and feel the underside.Noise. Noise in notebooks generally come from two sources: the hard drive and the cooling fan. If you want to eliminate a source of of hard drive altogether, consider a new notebook with a solid state drive.

Petronas Twin towers

The Petronas Twin Towers (also known as the Petronas Towers or Twin Towers), in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia were the world's tallest buildings, before being surpassed by the Taipei 101. However, the towers are still the tallest twin buildings in the world.
Tower One is fully occupied by the Petronas Company and a number of its subsidiaries and associate companies. The office spaces in Tower Two are mostly available for lease to other companies. A number of companies have offices in Tower Two, including Accenture, Al Jazeera English, Carigali Hess Bloomberg, Boeing, IBM, Khazanah Nasional Berhad, McKinsey & Co, TCS, Krawler Networks, Microsoft, and Reuters.
Suria KLCC is a 1.5 million sp. feet (140,000 m²) shopping complex located at the base of the Petronas tower in Kuala Lumpur City Centre. It is located on 6 floors, with anchor tenants Isetan, Parkson Grand, Tanjong Golden Village, Signatures Level 2 Food Court and Marks and Spencer. Suria is the native Malaysian word for Sunshine. It was opened on August 31, 1999.It houses mostly luxury and fashionable shops, as well as cafes, restaurants, a 12 screen cinema, a concert hall, an art gallery, and a Science Discovery Centre, over 6 floors. It is almost directly underneath the Petronas Twin Towers, the 3rd tallest buildings in the world (and the tallest twin towers). It is one of Malaysia's most popular tourist destinations.
Spanning 17 acres below the the building is the KLCC park with jogging and walking paths, a fountain with incorporated light show, wading pools, and a children's playground.


Wind is simple air in motion. It is caused by the uneven heating of the earth’s surface by the sun. Since the earth’s surface is made of very different types of land and water, it absorbs the sun’s heat at different rates.
A windmill is a machine that is powered by the energy of the wind. It is designed to convert the energy of the wind into more useful forms using rotating blades or sails. The term also refers to the structure it is commonly built on. In much of Europe, windmills served originally to grind grain, though later applications included pumping water and, more recently, generation of electricity. Recent electricity generating versions are referred to as wind turbines.
We can't talk about wind mill without mention it's country origin Holland.
Windmills have always played a great part in the life of Holland and its inhabitants. While at first they served to grind corn, to remove excess water from the low-lying districts, and to saw timber, thus making the country fit for human habitation and adding to habitable area, they developed - especially in the seventeenth century - into a most important factor in the social structure of those days. It is with increasing interest that one learns about this.
It is only in Holland that so many windmills are present in so small an area. These windmills moreover are in very reasonable, many of them even in excellent, condition and a considerable number of them are working regularly. There are windmills of the most varied types: drainage mills, corn mills, and industrial mills for all sorts of purposes electricities mills but the last one cost more than normal electricities plant.
Water pumping windmills and small wind electric generators were once also used throughout the United States. Rural electrification programs of the 1930’s and 1940’s largely replaced the need for these systems. Starting in the early 1980’s, Federal and State Government policies and incentives led to a revival in wind power generation.
Efficiency is important for windmills, because the entire cost is in the technology, not the source of energy, which is wind.
The most significant factor determining the efficiency of windmills is the number of blades. This is because more blades capture more energy. Large windmills must use few blades due to stress on the metal. When the diameter of rotation is 300 ft (100 m), two blade systems must be used. When the diameter is 150 ft, three blade systems can be used.
Also, metal stress becomes the limiting factor with large size. Smaller windmills reduce that problem. One of the most significant facts about size is that steel gets like rubber when large. Excessive steel and heavy mass create the overriding expenses for large windmills.The government experimenters said they could produce electricity at the usual price by using their large two blade systems, which required wind speeds in excess of 15 mph. This means that if systems were designed to use lower velocity winds with less turbulence, they would have produced electricity cheaper than other sources.


Sport is an activity that is governed by a set of rules or customs and often engaged in competitively. Sports commonly refer to activities where the physical capabilities of the competitor are the sole or primary determiner of the outcome (winning or losing), but the term is also used to include activities such as mind sports (a common name for some card games and board games with little to no element of chance) and motor sports where mental acuity or equipment quality are major factors. Some of the physical sport include association football, basketball, water polo, and baseball.
There are artifacts and structures that suggest that the Chinese engaged in sporting activities as early as 4000 BC. Gymnastics appears to have been a popular sport in China's ancient past. Monuments to the Pharaohs indicate that a number of sports, including swimming and fishing, were well-developed and regulated several thousands of years ago in ancient Egypt. Other Egyptian sports included javelin throwing, high jump, and wrestling. Ancient Persian sports such as the traditional Iranian martial art of Zourkhaneh had a close connection to the warfare skills. Among other sports that originate in Persia are polo and jousting.A wide range of sports were already established by the time of Ancient Greece and the military culture and the development of sports in Greece influenced one another considerably. Sports became such a prominent part of their culture that the Greeks created the Olympic Games, which in ancient times were held every four years in a small village in the Peloponnesus called Olympia.Industrialization has brought increased leisure time to the citizens of developed and developing countries, leading to more time for citizens to attend and follow spectator sports, greater participation in athletic activities, and increased accessibility. These trends continued with the advent of mass media and global communication. Professionalism became prevalent, further adding to the increase in sport's popularity, as sports fans began following the exploits of professional athletes through radio, television, and the internet--all while enjoying the exercise and competition associated with amateur participation in sports.In the new millennium, new sports have been going further from the physical aspect to the mental or psychological aspect of competing. Cyber sports organizations are becoming more and more popular.
Sportsmanship is an attitude that strives for fair play, courtesy toward team mates and opponents, ethical behaviour and integrity, and grace in losing.Sportsmanship expresses an aspiration or ethos that the activity will be enjoyed for its own sake. The well-known sentiment by sports journalist Grantland Rice, that it's “not that you won or lost but how you played the game," and the Modern Olympic creed expressed by its founder Pierre de Coubertin: "The most important thing . . . is not winning but taking part" are typical expressions of this sentiment.
Violence in sports involves crossing the line between fair competition and intentional aggressive violence. Athletes, coaches, fans, and parents sometimes unleash violent behaviour on people or property, in misguided shows of loyalty, dominance, anger, or celebration. Rioting or hooliganism are common and ongoing problems at national and international sporting contests, particularly football matches.
The entertainment aspect of sports, together with the spread of mass media and increased leisure time, has led to professionalism in sports. This has resulted in some conflict, where the paycheck can be seen as more important than recreational aspects, or where the sports are changed simply to make them more profitable and popular, thereby losing certain valued traditions.

Let's swing the Racket

Badminton is my favourit sport so far as I'm consider. It's very easay to play and need not alot of player. Very simple hence very fun.
In Asia badminton is take the first place as people sport. Almost everyone can play badminton. And this is also consider a cheap sport. We need only a racket, shutle cock, a net and not more than 50 m2 as a field.
Or if we really want to learn properly we just need to join a badminton club or something similar like that. Even if we lazy we can learn ourself with one or two of our own friend as a partner.
So many way to go to rome, but the aim is only badmintan...get sweat and have fun. Who knows we are lucky can joins in national team. Because as sport, badminton also have a good prospect.


Hosanna is a liturgical word in Judaism and Christianity. In Judaism, it is always used in its original Hebrew form, Hoshana.
"Hoshana" is a Hebrew word meaning please save or save now. In Jewish liturgy, the word is applied specifically to the Hoshana Service, a cycle of prayers from which a selection is sung each morning during Sukkot, the Feast of Booths or Tabernacles. The complete cycle is sung on the seventh day of the festival, which is called Hoshana Rabbah ("Great Hosanna").This festival was associated with a ceremonial drawing of water which, it was believed, secured fertilizing rains in the following year; the penalty for abstinence was drought. The festival suggested a Dionysiac celebration to the ancient Greek writer Plutarch.
"Hosanna" (Greek transcription: ὡσαννα, hōsanna) is the cry of praise or adoration shouted in recognition of the Messiahship of Jesus on his entry into Jerusalem, Hosanna! Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord! It is used in the same way in Christian praise.The old interpretation "Save, now!" which may be a popular etymology, is based on Psalm 118:25 (Hebrew hOshEeah-nna). This does not fully explain the occurrence of the word in the Gospels, which has given rise to complex discussions.
And the Bible said: "And the multitudes that went before and that followed, cried, saying: Hosanna to the son of David: Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord: Hosanna in the highest" (Matthew 21:9; cf. Matthew 21:15, Mark 11:9-10, John 12:13).
On ones occasions hosanna was, doubtless, exclaimed in tones of joy and triumph. Like all acclamations in frequent use it lost its primary meaning, and became a kind of vivat or hurrah of joy, triumph, and exultation. It is clear from the Gospels that it was in this manner it was uttered by the crowd on Palm Sunday. St. Luke has instead of hosanna in excelsis "peace in heaven and glory on high".