Archive for January, 2009
Saturday, January 24th, 2009 4,003 views
Have you bought all your new clothes for this Ox Year? If not you may consider the following and get the suitable color for the CNY days and suitable color for start work. =)
So if the column shows not suitable, it means u dun need to wear!! Haha…
PS: Information extracted from forwarded email.
Saturday, January 24th, 2009 3,391 views
Which day do you start work this year after Chinese New Year Holidays? Start on Monday? Tuesday? or Wednesday?
Check out which date is best for you to start work and get the best out of the year ahead! Plan your holidays. =)
Happy Chinese New Year and Gong Xi Fatt Chai.
PS: Information extracted from forwarded email.
Thursday, January 22nd, 2009 3,016 views
What to get yourself a new Nokia 5800 XpressMusic?
You could win the new Nokia 5800 XpressMusic simply by shooting a video to match the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic song! Your video can be in any format and on any subject as long as it’s not offensive or obscene.
Enter the Nokia Touch Me Play Me Video Contest now!
Have fun and good luck!
From the Nokia team
Wednesday, January 21st, 2009 8,075 views
SEO is an essential part of website optimization, involving the formatting of a web page so that search engine algorithms score it highly for the relevant keyword.
Each page should be optimized for only one keyword so that the page is listed in as high a position as possible for that keyword.
If you understand how search engines work you will be able to apply your knowledge of SEO to optimize your website and ensure, not only a listing, but a search engine listing worth having. So, exactly how does a search engine such as Google work?
The answer to that is that nobody knows – except some Google employees of course. However, by carrying out certain actions and analyzing the results, it is possible to come to certain conclusions as to what Google are looking for and using that information to your advantage. Keep in mind, however, that the number of variables Google is evaluating is believed to reach three figures, so you will only ever scratch the surface, but we know that some of these are given more weighting than others.
SEO variables come in groups, and your website optimization strategy should take as many of these into account as possible. These groups can be categorized into increasingly narrower sets, the broadest being on-page and off-page optimization. The variables with most weighting are currently believed to be:
1. ON-PAGE WEBSITE OPTIMIZATION
On-page optimization is, as the term suggests, carried out on the web page itself. This can either be on the visible part of the page, or in the underlying source html code. This optimization can be further classified into:
a) The Keywords. Each web page should be optimized for one keyword, and can contain a few sub-keywords for which the page might also be listed. These, however, are less important than they once were in view of Google’s latent semantic indexing (LSI) algorithm. That is another subject! The choice of keyword is important, and there is software available (free and not so free) to help you choose the best keyword for your needs. Do not overuse keywords – instead use lots of related text and synonyms to tell the spiders what your page is about.
b) The Title. This ‘title’ is not visible on the page, but contained within the html ‘Title’ tag prior to the ‘Body’ section of the page html. It should contain the keyword, and is the title that appears at the head of the search engine listing for the page.
c) Meta Tags. In SEO, the Meta tags, again contained prior to the visible ‘body’ section, provide the search engine crawlers or spiders with information about your site. The only tags of use today are:
i. The Description Meta tag. This describes the content of your site and is shown in full or part below the title in your search engine listing. Include your selling point and any toll-free number you might have.
ii. The Keyword Meta tag. Not generally used, but who knows – it costs nothing and does no harm.
iii. The Robots Meta tag should be used to block any page from spiders that you don’t want visited, in case they dilute the overall site relevance. For example, duplicate sales pages. Use it blank even if you are not blocking anything.
d) Headings Page and paragraph headings should be in bold text within H (heading) html tags, H1 for page and H2 for paragraph headings. Use keywords because heading tags stress the importance of the text within them, especially if formatted bold.
e) Navigation Links
i. Your navigation is best if made using keyword anchor text and with a small description of the page linked to just below it.
ii. Try to arrange your html so that the spider sees your body text first, followed by the links that will lead it away from your page. Most importance is placed on the first 100 words and the last paragraph, so don’t let these words be your navigation links.
iii. Pay attention to your on-site linking strategy. There is a formula you can use to maximize the PageRank points for each or any individual page.
2. OFF-PAGE WEBSITE OPTIMIZATION
Off-page optimization is a massive subject, and would require a separate article to even scratch the surface. It includes techniques such as one-way back links, reciprocal linking, article marketing, directory submissions, interlinking your own sites and blogs, use of social bookmarking sites and social networking, Twitter and so on.
These SEO techniques can in many respects be more important than on-page SEO, and it is not uncommon to see a page with no content but adverts listed at position #1 on Google due solely to the number of other web pages linked to it.
SEO is an extensive subject, but you can improve your chances of getting a high listing if you take advantage of what is known. Information is available, some of it genuine and some opinion. Make sure you find the former and avoid the latter in your website optimization strategy.
About the Author: Peter Nisbet – These are the basics of SEO. For the details that determine succes or failure visit SEOcious where Pete also offers a free SEO course.
Thursday, January 15th, 2009 96,827 views
China iPhone 3G Replica
Copy 1 to 1 with original iPhone 3G, The first steel glass cover lens, 3.2 inch super size flat touch screen, Multi finger touching function, The unique input hitting interface hitting virtual keyboard to zoom out and zoom in with selected character, Special menu flying put or flying in feeling, Sensor of power and gravity can change the directions as you like, Slip unlock technology, Change songs, movies, pictures, standby pictures by swing the phone, Dual sim standby, Can drag a picture to enlarge or reduce
China factory Specifications
Appearance : Bar type cellphone
Network Frequency : GSM 850/ 900 / 1800/ 1900 MHZ
Weight : 95g
Dimension : 5.8 x 11.3 x 0.8 cm
Processor : MTK
Operating System : RTOS
Color : Black
LCD display : 3.2″ super flat touch screen, handwriting and keypad input
Touch panel : Yes
Dual SIM Dual Standby
Battery : Lithium Batteries 1800mAh
Calling Time : 5 hours
Standby Time : 330 hours
Languages : English/ Malay/ Indonesia/ Thailand/ Français/ Viet language/ العربية/ Turkish/ Chinese
Free Accessories : 1exclusive pouch / 1 battery / 1charger / 1 USB cable / 1 English manual / 1 MicroSD 2GB / 1 earphone
Antenna : Internal
SMS : Yes
EMS : Yes
GPRS : Yes
MMS : Yes
WAP : Yes
Voice mail : Yes
Vibration : Yes
Ring tone : 64 chord; Ring tone format: mp3, midi
STK : Yes
Phone book : Yes
Wall papers : Yes
Tools : Calendar, To do list, Alarm, World Clock, Stopwatch, E-book reader, Currency converter, Calculator, Map, To do, Unit, Record
Hands free : Yes
Incoming call firewall : Yes
Audio : MP3, use downloaded MP3 as Ring Tones
Video : 3GP, MP4
Camera : 2.0 MP (Cameras/ Pictures / White balance/ Specific/ Frames/ Restore setting/ Storage path)
3D Sound : Yes
Video Recorder : Yes
Voice Recorder : Yes
FM Radio : Yes
External Memory : Yes, 2GB T-Flash card as a gift, could support 16GB
Game : Yes ( 43 Java games installed )
Java : Yes
Bluetooth : Yes
USB : Yes ( support charging)
U-Disk : Yes
WiFi : No
GPS : No
Retail Price : RM 599
Updated with picture:
Thursday, January 15th, 2009 3,730 views
The Sony Centre PC Trade-In Fair
Date: 16th – 18 th January 2009
Venue: Lobby Area Jaya 33
Time: 9.30 am till 9.00 pm
No 3, Jalan Semangat,
41600 Petaling Jaya
Tel : 03-76549898
What can you do with your old PC [Desktop (CPU only) or Notebook]?
Trade-in & entitle rebate up to RM500 for NEW VAIO!
*Terms & conditions apply
Tuesday, January 13th, 2009 7,295 views
When you browse http://www.maybank2u.com.my it will keep redirecting to http://www.maybank2u.com.my/ht.shtml
Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.
The browser has stopped trying to retrieve the requested item. The site is redirecting the request in a way that will never complete.
* Have you disabled or blocked cookies required by this site?
* NOTE: If accepting the site’s cookies does not resolve the problem, it is likely a server configuration issue and not your computer.
Can you login? Tried since 10pm just now still can’t.
but still can login thru old website link https://www.maybank2u.com.my/mbb/scripts/mbb_login.jsp?action=Login
Updates: Solved, now can access maybank2u without any problem.
Monday, January 12th, 2009 8,131 views
Malaysia Open 2009 Final Results
MEN SINGLES: Lee Chong Wei (Mas) bt Park Sung Hwan (Kor) 21-14, 21-13
MEN DOUBLES: Jung Jae Sung-Lee Yong Dae (Kor) bt Alvent Yulianto-Hendra Gunawan 18-21, 21-14, 21-14
WOMEN SINGLES: Tine Rasmussen (Den) bt Zhou Mi (HKG) 21-17, 15-21, 21-16
WOMEN DOUBLES: Lee Hyo Jung-Lee Kyung Won (Kor) bt Yang Wei-Zhang Jiewen (Chn) 21-15, 21-12
MIXED DOUBLES: Nova Widianto-Liliyana Natsir (Ina) bt Lee Yong Dae-Lee Hyo Jung (Kor) 21-14, 21-19
“Back home in Korea they say I am too innocent looking, so that is why I decided to wear this ear-ring and look a bit more aggressive looking. No, this was not given by my girlfriend or any other girl. I bought this on my own. Anyway, I will have to take it off soon when I go for my compulsory army training (in February). You cannot wear such things in the army.” – Park Sung Hwan (Korea) when asked about his ear-ring
“I woke up this morning with my body aching all over. I was prepared for a three-set final but it turned out to be an easy final. I have proved that the Putra Stadium is a happy hunting ground for me.” – Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia) after retaining his title
“If all goes to plan, I am expected to meet (Lee) Chong Wei in the quarter-finals in the Korea Open. Let’s see how things go but I hope I don’t play as badly as I did against him in the final here.” – Park Sung Hwan (Korea)
“I am told the weather in Korea is extremely cold now..-6 degrees celcius. I hope the weather will not spoil things for me there.” – Datuk Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia)
“Malaysia is very special to me. The Malaysian audience make me feel very at home. I just feel that everybody likes me. I have very fond memories of Malaysia after I won here last year and it is no different now.” – Tine Rasmussen (Denmark) after her 21-17, 15-21, 21-16 win over top seed and world number one Zhou Mi in the women’s final
“We were patient and knew we had to play a patient game to match the Koreans who are known for their speed and attacking game. Now we have faith in ourselves to look forward for more things to come for us after a disappointing 2008.” – Nova Widianto after partnering Liliyana Natsir to win the mixed doubles title
More Details : Proton Malaysia Open Official Website
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s Lee Chong Wei kissed the ground and pumped his fist several times in sheer delight at the Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil here yesterday.
World number one Chong Wei had continued to show his prowess on home ground, playing to the gallery to nail his fifth Malaysian Open title win a thumping 21-14, 21-13 win over South Korean Park Sung-hwan.
The victory in just 39 minutes was the easiest of the lot in his five home Open triumphs. The prize money of US$15,000 was an early ang pow cheer for the Chinese New Year.
“It is never easy to win at the Putra Stadium. The Malaysian players are said to be jinxed here,” said Chong Wei.
Giving thanks: Lee Chong Wei goes down on his knees to celebrate after clinching the winning point. He follows it up by kissing the ground. Then, he walks up to shake hands with Park Sung-hwan.
“And after winning the Malaysian Open for the second consecutive time in this stadium, I had to kiss the ground on which I stood. But the win was easier than I expected.
“I woke up this morning with pains all over the body. It has not been an easy week for me but I psyched myself up … I did not want to disappoint anyone today.
“It feels great to win the Malaysian Open for the fifth time. If my body is willing, I will be out to set a new record.”
The player who won the most number of eight Malaysian Open men’s singles titles was Wong Peng Soon.
The win for Chong Wei yesterday also showed that he was getting more comfortable with his status as the world number one. He also emerged as a convincing winner of the inaugural Super Series Masters Finals in Kota Kinabalu last month.
“There was so much burden on my shoulders after the Olympics in Beijing (where he won the silver).
“I had to handle the fame that came with the many awards that I received, including the Datukship,” he said.
“I think, that was why I struggled for half a year. It was not easy to shrug off the pressure. Now I feel more confident of myself. I guess, that was why I was so happy to have won the title today even though I had won it four times before.”
Chong Wei’s two main goals this year are to end his title drought in the All-England and to become the first Malaysian champion in the World Championships.
And he is aware that the stumbling block is China’s Lin Dan.
“There is no way out of this. I have to beat Lin Dan if I want to win these titles. I will work hard to achieve these,” he said.
Chong Wei dedicated the win to his coach, Misbun Sidek, who turned up against the doctor’s order to rest.
“He is recovering from lung infection but he still turned up to help me. I admire his dedication in coaching me. This win is certainly for him,” said Chong Wei,
Chong Wei’s next stop is the Korea Open next week and he has a wish: “I hope that I will not get sick there like last year. The temperature there is minus six … I don’t like cold weather.”
For the 25-year-old Sung-hwan, it was the second time that he lost to Chong Wei in the final after 2004.
“He was too good at the front of the net today and I just could do nothing about it,” said a dejected Sung-hwan.
“I may meet Chong Wei again in the quarter-finals of my home tournament next week and I will not play as I did today.”
Source : TheStar
Sunday, January 11th, 2009 40,798 views
Tenji Japanese Buffet Restaurant located at Solaris Mont’ Kiara, right above Cold Storage. Tenji Japanese Buffet Restaurant was opened only a week ago and currently running a promo lunch which is priced at RM29.90++ for 1st hour, additional RM10 for the subsequent hour or RM49.90 ++ for the entire lunch session; meaning from 11.30 a.m. till 4.00 p.m.
The restaurant was HUGE, and was told that the restaurant occupies around 30,000 sq feet including al fresco dining area
sweet coconut drink.They also have other cold drinks such as fruit juices and iced lemon tea.
an extensive choices of floral tea to choose from; calendula, lavendar, rose buds, blueberry, forest berries and etc.
big fat juicy fresh oysters lying on the bed of ice the oysters later.
The sashimi s. thick and chunky cuts of the salmon, swordfish and tuna.
Apart from the variety of cooked food at the buffet table, there are many hot dishes available upon request. Each table was given 2 clips with your table number on it. For example, if you want grilled salmon head, all you need to do is to put your clip into the little bowl with the ‘salmon head’ tag and they will cook it and bring it over to you.
Hot udon or cold soba
Seafood and meat for teppanyaki….again, this is where you will need your pin to place your order.
Clams in Superior Stock
There is a western corner too but it failed to ignite my interest. The early batch gets to savour the juicy roasted lamb roll. Mint sauce that goes with the lamb was good. Once the roll was gone, it was replenished with seafood pizza. So please be early!
Desserts, ohh..glorious dessert.
Mochis….so many flavours, spoilt with choices.
Cakes and pastry…..
They serve Haagan-Daz ice-cream
Dip dip dip…the breadstick and fruits for the chocolate fountain.
The lunch promo is valid till 15 January 2009 so do take advantage of it!
Tenji Japanese Buffet Restaurant is located at:
Lot L-01-01, SohoKL, Solaris Mont’ Kiara
2 Jalan Solaris, 5o480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 1700-80-1818 / 03-6203.6896
Lunch 11.30 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. RM77++
Dinner 5.30 p.m. – 9.30 p.m. RM88++
Supper 10.00 p.m. – 2.30 a.m. RM88++
Weekend & Public Holiday:
Lunch 11.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. RM77++
Dinner 5.30 p.m. – 9.30 p.m. RM88++
Supper 10.00 p.m. – 2.30 a.m. RM88++
P/S : Info Taken From Fwd Email.
Ok found the source, it’s from Precious Pea, she just contacted me about this too. I also heard some of my friends said it’s all fully booked and some of my friends said it’s not nice and some said it’s not fresh? Anyone can confirm on this?