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Friday, 1 July 2011

An Eventful Month for July

Last night I've managed to make up 3 programs for myself for this month.

First, I've managed to invite my cousins to watch Transformer: Dark of the Moon with me on this coming Sunday. Yes, I’ve been waiting for the movie to be released. So, I’m very happy that I finally got to watch it.

Secondly, I've managed to get a team for treasure hunt on 10th July which I've registered today. The team comprises of my cousin, her friend (from Australia that coincidently is coming to KK over that week), my friend and I. All are gals. Thus, we named our team as Ultimate Galz. Actually, it was my cousin’s friend who is the one who found out about this hunt. Otherwise, I wouldn’t know about it. She asked my cousin and my cousin invited me and then I invited my friend.

The treasure hunt is called ISM HUNT 2011 Treasure Hunt “Exploring New Frontiers”. It is organized by Institute of Surveyors Malaysia.

Thirdly, I might be going on a day trip to tip of Borneo and Kundasang on the 3rd or 4th weekend. Hopefully this trip will not be cancelled.

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

The Great Churp Churp Race is back!

The Great Churp Churp Race is back! Race under bright lights and CHOOSE your rewards!

Drift through sharp corners under bright lights and shiny stars. Collect the most KMs and enjoy the privilege to choose first between an iPad 2, a Canon EOS 550D and a HTC Desire!

I did not joined the first Churp Churp Race they organized previously but I'm going to give it a try this time.

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Sunday, 26 June 2011

Onbux

Today I’m going to write about one of the PTC that I’ve joined. It’s called Onbux. Onbux is about one year old now. I’ve joined Onbux not long after they’ve launched in June 2010 and had since made one withdrawal. I’m a standard member and have not made any upgrade thus, the slow earnings. I don’t mind as long as it pays. I’m doing this to get some side income.

For those who are unfamiliar with PTC, it is basically a website offering you to click on their advertisement and wait for the duration specified for the ad to pass to get an amount credited into your account. To sums it up, you are paid to click on their ads. The amount you get is either a cent or a fraction of a cent. A word of advice here; don’t expect to get rich from PTC sites.

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

The Link of the Two Things

I wonder if anyone still remember those days when cassette exists. I still have a radio that can play cassettes. So nostalgic. Anyone knows the link between the two things below? Hahaha....

Friday, 10 June 2011

Wave at the Bus

How would you feel if your parents wave goodbye at you when you’re leaving for school in a school bus? If you’re in primary school, you would feel very happy. But if you’re in secondary school already and in your teens, you might feel a little embarrass. Well… for those highly rebellious teens, they probably would think it’s a major embarrassment.

However, Dale Price, a fulltime dad at home from Utah just upped the ante. He had been wearing different costumes every day just to wave at the bus that his high school son takes to go to school. And his wife, Rochelle, had been diligently taking photos of each waving session. You can check it out at their blog at “Wave at the Bus”.

Thursday, 9 June 2011

How to Add Energy Saving Mode to Your Blog

I've stumbled upon an interesting function today. You can add an energy saving mode function to your blog or website with just a few line of scripts. This is a free service provided by Online Leaf. They called it their standby engine. What it does is similar to when you set your monitor to sleep/standby mode whereby the screen turns black after a preset time of inactivity. I've decided to add it to my blog.

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

1Malaysia Pengguna Bijak

The government have just launched a new portal yesterday. It's called 1Malaysia Pengguna Bijak (1MBP) portal. It's a price portal for smart consumers to check on retail offerings. I read about it from The Star today. You may read it here.

I checked it out after dinner, but I think the website is not ready entirely. I decided to register anyway. After registered, you'll receive an email providing you a password for you to login.

There is a button to change the language to English but after clicking on it, it is still in Bahasa Malaysia. And something is just not working either here or there. The page was unable to load when I clicked for the price watch.

Conclusion: There're still many things to work on for the website.