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Top 25 Best Heavy Metal Band (9) : Motor Head

posted by my-blogmedia | Saturday, August 30, 2008 |

Hi my-blogmedia rockers, here are the Top 25 Best Heavy Metal Bands according to yahoo music site recently. Here is number 9 position.


Motorhead
By never swerving from their ideals, Motorhead managed to win the hearts and souls of metal loyalists everywhere while simultaneously gathering punks and critics (same thing?) for their cause. Playing louder than others proved to be a key strategic move. Writing "Ace Of Spades" proved to be the other.

Wait for the higher position in next posting.


(source: new.music.yahoo)

Japanesse's Girl: The Longest Living in the World ?

posted by my-blogmedia | Friday, August 29, 2008 | ,

Hi my-blogmedia readers. Do you know that based on current research sometime this year that Japanesse's girl can live longer than others?. Really. Just Read this post. Enjoy.

Japanese girls born last year can expect to live until they are 86 years old, which would make them the longest survivors in the world, a report from the country's health ministry showed.

Boys born in 2007 can expect to live to the age of 79.2, ranking third after Iceland and Hong Kong, the report said.

Japan's females have topped the world's longevity ranks for 23 years, something researchers have attributed to their healthy diet and tight social ties, among other reasons.

The report is the latest sign that Japan is ageing quicker than any other country, with government data showing a tenth of the population aged 75 years or older.

The proportion of those 65 years or older is also seen doubling to 40 percent by mid-century.

"People are in different social environments and are influenced by various factors and eating habits, so it's hard to answer the question of why people live long," a ministry spokesman said.

"But we can say that the improvement of medical technologies helps," the spokesman added.
Japan has improved treatments for the ageing population's three biggest killers -- cancer, heart disease and stroke. Japan also has one of the world's lowest birth-rates, leaving the government with the challenge of how to fund its pension requirements, take care of its elderly and maintain productivity.

(source: news.yahoo.com)

Top 17 Home Products Innovation Winner (8): One-Handed Rolling Pin

posted by my-blogmedia | Thursday, August 28, 2008 |

Hello, my-blogmedia readers. We meet again. Here we are posting the winner of product innovations that might be usefull for you. Here is another winner. Enjoy.


Honorable mention: One-Handed Rolling Pin
The convenience of the One-Handed Rolling Pin is obvious to any baker or pasta-maker, but the idea was inspired by the difficulty that traditional rolling pins present for the disabled.

"This problem really became relevant to me when I found out my neighbor had lost the ability to fully use one of her hands due to Parkinson's disease," says designer Mark Schoolmeester, a sophomore at Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids, Mich.

The rolling pin can be changed out so that users may roll something flat (such as pie dough) with a nonstick roller, or create texture in the dough with a patterned roller.

Great idea. Now let's put Schoolmeester to work on strollers and lawn mowers.

(source: realestate.msn)

Tip for Improving Your Wi-Fi Network's Performance (3)

posted by my-blogmedia | Wednesday, August 27, 2008 | ,

Hi my-blogmedia readers. Sometime we feel unhappy with our Wi-fi connection, especially when we need the urgent and fast connection to share the media or browse the internet. Here is another tip for you. Hope this can help you. Enjoy.

How do I share a printer or game console over a Wi-Fi network?
For between $50 and $100, you can buy an adapter that will convert any device that has a wired ethernet port into a Wi-Fi-capable one. These Wi-Fi-to-ethernet bridges are available from companies like D-Link and Netgear, and are usually marketed as "wireless game adapters" for PlayStations, GameCubes, and Xboxes. But they work equally well with ethernet printers and network security cameras.

Often the adapters work right out of the box if your Wi-Fi net is configured to use DHCP, which enables dynamic IP addressing. If it's not, you can set up an adapter by connecting it to your PC and then assigning an IP address. Note that with some older game consoles, you must attach a networking adapter that equips them with an ethernet port before you can add the bridge. The Xbox 360 has a USB port, for which Microsoft sells a Wi-Fi adapter.

For printers without ethernet ports, you can buy a wireless print server, also available from companies like Belkin, D-Link, and Linksys. Be sure to choose a print server with ports (USB and/or parallel) that match your printers. Note, however, that multifunction devices usually lose all but their printing functions when networked this way.

(source: tech.msn)

Funny Picture: "Together We Can"

posted by my-blogmedia | Wednesday, August 27, 2008 |

Hi my-blogmedia readers,
Working together is powerfull. Remember the slogan "Together We Can", haha Enjoy.


(source: dailyhaha)

Weekly Horoscope (Aug 25, 2008)

posted by my-blogmedia | Tuesday, August 26, 2008 |

Hi all, we meet again.Here are your weekly horoscope for this week. Enjoy.

Aries
Your life is waiting for you, Aries, so make sure that you jump on board this week. If you don't, you'll be sorry later on. Now is the time to take advantage of the fact that your ruler, Mars, is in intellectually curious Libra. Consider learning a new skill. Your spirit of fun and zest for life return in abundance on Thursday as the Moon in your sector of amusements sextiles Mars. Your creative side comes out in full force, since the livelier you feel the easier it is for you to tap in to your considerable artistic potential.

Taurus
This week you depart from your normal practicality, Taurus, and begin to believe in fantasy and illusion. Blame it on the silvery Moon! On Tuesday the Moon in your sector of the mind and imagination opposes extravagant Jupiter and you make plans for yourself based on your hopes and dreams as opposed to the cold, hard facts in front of you. Keep in mind the old saying 'Don't count your chickens before they're hatched.' On Saturday your energy shifts as your ruling planet, Venus, enters Libra. This is a great time to change your image or update your wardrobe.

Gemini
You usually like to be in the thick of the action, but this week that isn't a good idea. On Monday the Moon in Gemini in your sector of self opposes potent Pluto retrograde and it's time to let everyone fight his or her own battles. Be sure that you stay far away from the fray. On Thursday you experience a change in your thinking patterns as your ruler, clever Mercury, enters balanced Libra. You'll weigh each issue in front of you and look at the pros and cons carefully before you make any decision.

Cancer
You emerge from your Crabshell with gusto on Tuesday as the Moon in Cancer in your sector of self squares militant Mars. You have a tendency to dance around the major issues in your life, and it can be hard for you to directly confront your dilemmas. Now you surprise everyone, including you, with your ability to boldly take charge of your own life. On Saturday, as the New Moon takes place in Virgo in your sector of the mind and imagination, you adopt a new direction in the way you think. Now you'll take a practical view of life.

Leo
When you're right, Leo, know it! On Monday you try to advise a friend, since you feel he or she is on the wrong path and you want to spare your associate from learning the hard way. You enjoy giving advice to people you care for, even when your associates aren't open to listening to what you have to say. You receive a second chance in an important sphere of your life on Friday as the Moon in Leo trines powerful Pluto retrograde. Yes, you failed the first time, but now you know what went wrong and you'll succeed.

Virgo
You're a shrewd Virgo and you know when someone is telling you the truth or lying - unless you have a lot on your mind, that is. On Wednesday your ruling planet, Mercury, squares Pluto retrograde and your intellectual instinct is off target. Go to a quiet place and do the math. Once you have the facts and figures in front of you, you'll have the answer you seek. Your energy gets a boost on Saturday as the New Moon takes place in Virgo and your sector of your physical body. You may decide to embark on a new fitness program.

Libra
Time's a wastin', Libra. This week you realize that unless you make your dreams realities, you may end up taking permanent residence on the island of 'I wish I hadn't wasted my chances.' Never fear, because on Thursday brainy Mercury enters Libra and your zone of self-hood, followed by your ruling planet, lovely Venus, on Saturday. Your sense of worth will rise high, along with your mental stamina and smarts. Don't worry about lost opportunities, because you can build a brand new life for yourself right now. On Sunday you investigate metaphysical pursuits and learn more about dream analysis, tarot, or palmistry.

Scorpio
You aren't your circumstances, Scorpio, and this week you realize that. Wise Mercury enters your sector of unconscious motivation on Thursday and you spend a lot of time reflecting on whether you're living the life you want to lead. Yes, you have challenges, and it will be hard for you to instantly beam yourself into the lifestyle you want, but you can take steps in the right direction starting now. On Saturday the New Moon takes place in Virgo in your sector of wishes and hopes and endows you with an enormous burst of common sense and practicality.

Sagittarius
This week you discover that if you don't prepare for your future, you could end up living a life that really doesn't make you happy. On Monday the Moon in Gemini opposes profound Pluto in Sagittarius in your sector of self and a life event comes your way that enables you to realize it's time to set goals for yourself. You have a difficult time getting an answer to an important issue from someone in authority on Wednesday. You need the information, so write down your request and send it via registered mail if need be.

Capricorn
Capricorn, you possess a very sensible and steady attitude and demeanor, but recently you've become very hyperactive and agitated due to Mars square your own Zodiac sign. Now you need to return to your down-to-earth tempo and rhythm. If you don't, you may burn out. An issue with an associate kicks up on Friday and may cause you a lot of frustration. Keep in mind that when you see your associate you see yourself in many ways. That may be unsettling for you, but it's a great way to learn how to show tolerance to others.

Aquarius
You make sure to maintain your computer and car in perfect running order, so why don't you apply the same standards to yourself? Aquarius, you have a tendency to ignore your physical well-being. You discover you need to change that scenario on Tuesday. It's time to buckle down and take care of yourself. On Friday the Moon in your sector of competitors opposes nebulous Neptune in Aquarius and a rival will try to mislead you. Keep alert, don't believe everything you hear when you deal with this individual, and pay attention to his or her body language.

Pisces
This week you decide to stop running around in circles, but you have no clue how to get back on the right track. Pisces, you're overwhelmed with scattered energy on Monday as the Moon in Gemini squares erratic Uranus in Pisces in your sector of self, and you simply give up trying to cope with all the 101 items on your agenda. Hold on, since on Thursday clever Mercury enters Libra and your sector of transformation and you receive a burst of logical energy that will help guide you to a number of speedy resolutions to your problems.

(source: msn.horoscope)

Top 10 Bat-Gear Batman must have (1)

posted by my-blogmedia | Monday, August 25, 2008 | ,

Hi my-blogmedia readers. Are you ready to use Bat-Gear?. Several creative designers give you the Bat Gear or Bat Widget for you. What's That? Watch out, may be someday you will use these the Dark Night hitech tools, haha..


There are 10 widgets for you. We will post it one by one. Here is number 1.

Holy shuttlecock, Batman: The Flee Flying Digital Camera
I think Batman would be interested in this little gizmo that you toss and watch as it takes pictures at predetermined intervals during its flight through the air. The tail of the Flee Flying Digital Camera is designed to keep it stable; and the designer, Hakan Bogazpinar, envisions that the Flee would use Bluetooth to send the photos back to your mobile phone.

Batman would obviously be in a position to throw the Flee from more-interesting places (the sides of tall buildings, under Gotham City bridges, etc.), but we wouldn't mind just tossing this around our local park.

Unfortunately, so far, the Flee is just a concept device, but perhaps Bruce Wayne and his millions could get involved! -- Anne B. McDonald


(source: tech.msn.com)

US Weekend Top 10 Box Office Movies (Aug 24): Tropic Thunder on The Top

posted by my-blogmedia | Monday, August 25, 2008 |

Hi all, my-blogmedia is proudly presents US Weekend Top 10 Box Office Movies this week for you.


This weekend, there're three new comers on the top 10. There are, "The House Bunny" in one week they collected USD 15.1 MM, "Death Race" in one week collected USD 12.2 MM, and "The Longshots" collected USD 4.3 MM.

"Tropic Thunder” still sits on the top movie list for this week. For cumulative earning, "The Dark Night" still gets the highest point, USD 489.1 MM in six weeks! How bout next week? Let's wait and see. Have a nice watching...

1 Tropic Thunder
2 The House Bunny
3 Death Race
4 The Dark Knight
5 Star Wars: The Clone Wars
6 Pineaple Express
7 Mirrors
8 The Longshots
9 Mamma Mia !
10 The Mummy: Tomb of The Dragon Emperor

(source: yahoo.movies).

Top 10 Best Airport in 2008 (8): Zürich

posted by my-blogmedia | Sunday, August 24, 2008 |

Hi traveller. Here is the Top 10 Best Airport In The World for 2008. Continuing the previous post, here is number 8.Have you ever visit one of the places?.Enjoy.


8. Zürich, Switzerland
This airport aims to serve all passengers well but makes a point of catering to VIPs by coordinating on-the-ground limousine service, event planning and access to a VIP lounge. Passengers can also rent day rooms with a kitchen and wake-up call service. The pampering even goes as far as childcare. The airport staffs nurseries and playrooms with trained childcare providers. They are proficient in various languages and will keep an eye on children who are accompanied by an adult.


(source: Forbes)

Joke: Head Cleaner

posted by my-blogmedia | Friday, August 22, 2008 |

A blond decides to do something she’s never done before - rent a dirty movie. She drives to the local Video Warehouse and makes here way to the adult section in the back. After looking around at titles, she selects a something that sounds very stimulating.

She drives home, lights some candles, slips into something comfortable, and puts the tape in the VCR. To her disappointment there’s nothing but static on the screen. She calls the store to complain and says, “I just rented an adult movie from you and there’s nothing on the tape, but static.”

The clerk apologized about the defective video and asked, “Which title did you rent?” The blond replied, “It’s called ‘Head Cleaner.’”
(source: 007.com)

Avril Lavigne Concert in Malaysia Will be Stopped?

posted by my-blogmedia | Friday, August 22, 2008 |

Hi readers. A protest from Malaysian community come to Avril Lavigne. Can they stop the concert?. We will see then.


Malaysia's Islamic opposition party has urged the government to cancel a concert by Avril Lavigne, saying the Canadian singer's on-stage moves are "too sexy," an official said Monday.

Lavigne, a Grammy-nominated rock singer who burst to fame with her 2002 debut album "Let's Go," plans to start her monthlong Asia tour with a performance in Kuala Lumpur on Aug. 29.

The youth wing of the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party said Lavigne's concert would promote wrong values ahead of Malaysia's Aug. 31 independence day.

"It is considered too sexy for us. ... It's not good for viewers in Malaysia," said Kamarulzaman Mohamed, a party official. "We don't want our people, our teenagers, influenced by their performance. We want clean artists, artists that are good role models."

Kamarulzaman said he sent a protest letter to the Culture, Arts and Heritage Ministry and the Kuala Lumpur mayor last week, calling for the concert to be canceled.

An official from the Culture Ministry's department that vets all foreign artists said the government has not given permission for the concert yet. The department is to meet Tuesday to decide on the organizer's application, which was received last week.

The official declined to be named because she is not authorized to make public statements. Malaysia requires all performers to wear clothes without obscene or drug-related images and be covered from chest to knees. They must also refrain from jumping, shouting, hugging and kissing on stage.

Last year, pop singer Gwen Stefani made what she called "a major sacrifice" by donning clothes that revealed little skin at a performance here.

Also last year, Christina Aguilera skipped Malaysia during an Asian tour that included neighboring Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines, while R&B superstar Beyonce scratched a planned concert here, moving it to Indonesia.

A Pussycat Dolls concert in 2006 was fined 10,000 ringgit (US$2,857) after the U.S. girl group was accused of flouting decency regulations.

(source: music.msn.com)

Top 10 Beaches 2008 (9): Cape Florida State Park

posted by my-blogmedia | Thursday, August 21, 2008 |

Hi traveller, continuing the previous post, here is number 9 position.


Cape Florida State Park, Key Biscayne, Florida
It has over a mile of sandy Atlantic beachfront, where snorkeling and swimming is possible. Besides the beach and tours of the lighthouse and keeper's quarters, activities include boating, canoeing, kayaking and fishing from the seawall along Biscayne Bay, bicycling, hiking and wildlife viewing. The park has such amenities as picnicking areas and youth camping. It also has a visitor center, a museum with interpretive exhibits and concessions.

(source: travel.msn, wikipedia)

Women Dating Behaviors That Should be Avoided (3)

posted by my-blogmedia | Thursday, August 21, 2008 |

Hi women, how is your dating?. Here is the tip from expert for you regarding the dating. Remember it.Hope you always success on your date. Enjoy.

Okay, let's get into number three.

3. Trash-talking other women.
A huge mistake many women make is trash-talking other women in front of the man they're dating. For example, you are out with him when a woman walks by wearing a skimpy short skirt. You say, "Look how promiscuous that woman looks! I can't believe she is going around in public like that!" What you are doing when you make comments like this to a guy you're dating is telling him that you're not confident in the way you look. It tells him that you don't love who you are and haven't embraced your own body. You are planting a seed of doubt in him, causing him to wonder if he he should date someone else who is more confident (and tolerant). Don't trash-talk other women. It makes you look really insecure.

(source: dating.personal.yahoo)

This Week Celebrity Birthday: Hayden Panettiere (August, 21)

posted by my-blogmedia | Thursday, August 21, 2008 | ,

Happy Birthday for Hayden Panettiere (Heroes's movie star). Today is her birthday. She was born 19 years ago on August 21 in New York.


(source: movies.msn)

Funny Picture: Don't Kiss Your Bike

posted by my-blogmedia | Wednesday, August 20, 2008 |

Hi my-blogmedia readers.
Eventhough you are a true bike lover and addicted to it. Please remember the rules. First rule in riding a bike. Don't kiss the bike's tire. haha Enjoy.


(source: dailyhaha)

Top 25 Best Heavy Metal Band (10) : Iron Maiden

posted by my-blogmedia | Wednesday, August 20, 2008 |

Hi my-blogmedia rockers, here are the Top 25 Best Heavy Metal Bands according to yahoo music site recently. Here is number 10 position.

Iron Maiden
Just caught a live concert of theirs from 1985 on--where else?--a sports network. Great, since the music networks can't be bothered. And boy did these guys look kind of funny with all that billowing smoke and weird prancing around--and those spandex tights. In some respects, almost as good as Spinal Tap, and in some ways better since they were serious. "Rime Of The Ancient Mariner" is ponderous, but the hoof-beating gallop of "The Trooper" and just about anything from The Number Of The Beast makes up for their inherent corniness.?

Wait for the higher position in next posting.

(source: new.music.yahoo)

This Week Celebrity Birthday: Fred Durst (August, 19)

posted by my-blogmedia | Wednesday, August 20, 2008 | ,

Happy Birthday for Fred Durst (Limp Bizkit). Today is his birthday. He was born 38 years ago on August 20.

(source: movies.msn)

Weekly Horoscope (Aug 18, 2008)

posted by my-blogmedia | Tuesday, August 19, 2008 |

Hi all, we meet again. Here are your weekly horoscope for this week. Enjoy.

Aries
Your work and health become very important this week. You may be taking active steps to make progress. If you have new projects to discuss, then Thursday looks very promising. Meetings will work out well for all concerned. Friday and Saturday may bring some disruption, but you may uncover a new and creative approach to the projects at hand. Old ideas based on past successes may be rejected while plans that seem rather futuristic will get the seal of approval. Over the weekend make time and space to recharge your batteries. You need to pamper yourself.

Taurus
Your love and romance zone seems to be buzzing. You have plenty of opportunity to make a new relationship work by trusting that you can do it. Saturn in your love and romance zone can sap your confidence, but it's essential that you move beyond the fear of being vulnerable or exposed. Your creativity is peaking, too, and again the same issue applies. You need to trust your creative urges and where they seem to be leading you. Don't settle for less than you know you're capable of. Be prepared to think outside the box.

Gemini
The main area of interest seems to be your home and family zone, which is showing plenty of activity. If you're thinking of buying or selling a property, this will be the time to take action and get the ball rolling. You have ambitious plans that need careful consideration. Above all, you need to get the house shipshape and free of clutter. This applies whether you're about to move or staying put. A lot of the problem you face may be linked with your job. You may need to relocate to make an important career move.

Cancer
If you work in the media or are a writer or broadcaster, you'll certainly have your work cut out for you. You seem busy writing, phoning, and generally getting your act together. It's time to take a look at ways in which you can diversify by doing some research. Wednesday may bring a lucrative opportunity, which will bring you a chance to show off your skills and raise the level of your self-esteem. Friday and Saturday could be quite disruptive. You need to expect the unexpected and learn how to see new opportunities everywhere.

Leo
Your communication zone will be packed with activity from Tuesday. Although Libra is supposed to be a sign of balance and harmony, it's also very easily knocked out of kilter. You can expect that meetings may contain a few contentious issues that need sorting out. The same is true of conversations that may be more boisterous than usual. It's important to find the middle ground and make sure that you fully comprehend each other's point of view. Make sure you reply to any
correspondence from creditors so that you stay in their good graces.

Virgo
Your dreams may reveal a hidden secret or bring you some guidance that will have profound implications for you. Do make notes of whatever you dream, and work with the imagery to help you understand an aspect of yourself that may have been buried for quite some time. You seem to be at your most charming on Wednesday and able to convince anyone of anything. If you need to hold an important meeting, this is the best day to do so. The Sun moves into your sign on Friday, giving you an energy boost and helping you see your life in perspective.

Libra
This is a good time to take life a little more slowly and think carefully about what you want to achieve over the weeks and months ahead. You might also think about doing some healing work on yourself, such as Reiki or crystal therapy, something that will help clear away unwanted energy and bring fresh energy into your system. Karmic issues may come to a head and be reflected in bodily symptoms that seem to flare up quickly then die down and vanish. It may help to be more proactive about your well-being.

Scorpio
Your social zone shows plenty of activity, which means that much as you may need time for quiet reflection you won't get much chance. You're going to be very much in demand, which will be of great benefit to you in business and in love. You're drawn to people who have something different to offer, and you won't be disappointed. Jupiter continues to move through your ideas zone and bring you plenty of inspiration. Work hard to bring these ideas to fruition and luck will help you win at just the perfect moment.

Sagittarius
You're going to be invited out and about a lot more often. Go for it; you need some fun. Your career seems to be the focus of a lot of your attention for the rest of the week. On Wednesday you're at your most charming and able to persuade the boss or anyone else in command that anything goes. If you have important meetings, arrange them for this time as you have most chance of success. Overall, this is a good time to get your bearings and think about where you're going.

Capricorn
There are a number of planets in Virgo that coincide with your need to explore new horizons. You may already be busy with a course or class that's helping you learn more about a new subject. It's likely that you'll be thinking of a form of long-term study as you may want to get some serious credits under your belt. If you have legal issues pending, you'll be busy with these. If you happen to work as a lawyer, you may find this week quite hectic.

Aquarius
This week all those issues that need careful handling, such as discussions on money, sex, or soul-mate problems, may come to the surface. You've been attempting to come to terms with them for some time. However, right now you have an additional chance to talk them over with relevant people. If you need the help of a counselor, financial advisor, or relationship professional, this is a good time to think about seeking one out. On the other hand, if you want to discuss matters person to person, Wednesday will bring you the best chance of success.

Pisces
There seems to be a lot happening that's going to encourage you to do some talking and listening. The best day to hold any special conversations is Thursday, when the influences around you are better for a harmonious interchange. Be more careful on Friday and Saturday as there's a possibility of some disagreement and more than a little friction. You and your partner might each need your own space. Your sex life looks more interesting and will bring a passionate and romantic energy to your relationship, helping to rekindle the fire. Things are looking up – be happy!

(source: msn.horoscope)

US Weekend Top 10 Box Office Movies (Aug 17): Tropic Thunder on The Top

posted by my-blogmedia | Tuesday, August 19, 2008 |

Hi all, my-blogmedia is proudly presents US Weekend Top 10 Box Office Movies this week for you.


This weekend, there's three new comers on the top 10. There are, "Tropic Thunder" in one week they collected USD 36.8 MM, "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" in one week collected USD 14.6 MM, while "Mirrors" collected USD 11.1 MM.

"Tropic Thunder” sits on the top movie list for this week.

For cumulative earning, "The Dark Night" still gets the highest point, USD 471.1 MM in five weeks! How bout next week? Let's wait and see. Have a nice watching...

1 Tropic Thunder
2 The Dark Knight
3 Star Wars: The Clone Wars
4 Mirrors
5 Pineaple Express
6 The Mummy: Tomb of The Dragon Emperor
7 Mamma Mia !
8 The Sisterhood of The Travelling Pants 2
9 Step Brothers
10 Vicky Cristina Barcelona


(source: yahoo.movies).

Top 17 Home Products Innovation Winner (7): Echo

posted by my-blogmedia | Monday, August 18, 2008 |

Hello, my-blogmedia readers. We meet again. Here we are posting the winner of product innovations that might be usefull for you. Here is the number 7. Enjoy.


Honorable mention: Echo
Even in a kitchen with generous countertops and cabinets, large items are a hassle. Echo, designed by Daniel A. Hopkins, a junior at Purdue University, is a multipurpose item that takes care of several jobs in one compact design.

Made of plastic with molded rubber, Echo can function most simply as a fruit bowl. However, the nested two-piece design is set on a center pin; rotate one shell out of line with the other and the side panels open up like flower petals. Now Echo is a dish rack. With aerating columns along the sides and a draining bottom, Echo works equally well as a colander.

Hopkins developed Echo with bachelors in mind, figuring his creation would be well-suited to their bachelor pads and assumed low tolerance for kitchen duties. But Echo will sound good to anyone who needs to prep a meal and clean it up without cluttering available space.

(source: realestate.msn)

Tallan the 8 Years Old Guitarist

posted by my-blogmedia | Friday, August 15, 2008 | ,

Hi, readers.This boy is amazing. He play like a guitar hero. What a wonderful boy. Read the post.
When Tallan "T-Man" Latz was 5, he saw Joe Satriani playing guitar on TV. "I turned around to my dad and said, "That's exactly what I want to do.'"


Three years and countless hours of practicing later, 8-year-old Tallan is a blues guitar prodigy. He's played in bars and clubs, including the House of Blues in Chicago, and even jammed with Les Paul and Jackson Browne. He has a summer of festivals scheduled and has drawn interest from venues worldwide.

And what, you might ask, would a kid not even in the third grade have the blues about? The state of Wisconsin for one, and some possibly jealous older musicians for another.

An anonymous e-mail sent to state officials complained that Tallan was too young to perform in taverns and nightclubs because of state child labor laws. His booking agent even got an anonymous letter threatening her with death if she keeps booking him.

When Tallan's father read him the state's letter saying he couldn't play clubs anymore (he can still play festivals), the boy's response — like his music — seemed beyond his years.

"He goes, 'It's not how many times you get knocked down but it's how many times you get back up and go forward,' Carl Latz said his son told him. "And I told him that's exactly what this is all about and if nothing else this letter just taught you a life lesson."

The lesson can be stiff: Each day he performs, the employer can be fined $25 to $1,000 and the parent from $10 to $250.

Jennifer Ortiz of the state Equal Rights Division said her agency has a responsibility to enforce the law once it becomes aware of a violation.

"Well, the law prohibits it, and the Legislature enacted the laws to protect the health, safety and welfare of all children."

Tallan's agent, Sharon Pomaville, said she received a threatening letter June 2 warning her to stop booking the boy. She thinks he's a local musician and believes he's harmless. Deputies came to her house, but she didn't want to pursue the case.

Greg Koch, 42, an internationally known guitarist and clinician for Fender Musical Instruments, called the backlash despicable. He said most 8-year-olds don't have the strength or attention span to pursue guitar or can't endure the calluses.

"It's strange that a kid at this age would glean onto this particular kind of music and show the intensity and kind of the ability to function as kind of 8-year-old blues guy," he said.

Brad Tolinski, editor-in-chief of Guitar World magazine, said kid guitar prodigies are rare, with one emerging perhaps every four or five years. "It would be unusual to find an 8-year-old who can play Joe Satriani licks," he said.

Tallan, whose heroes are Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan, has 13 guitars and endorsements from at least nine companies to use their equipment. He can read music but plays mostly from memory.

He has two bands — one with veterans called T-Man's Blues Project and another with 16-and-younger bandmates called Tallan "The T-Man" Latz and the Young Guns. He also sings and plays drums, harmonica, bass and piano.

(source:news.yahoo)

This Week Celebrity Birthday: Halle Berry (August, 14)

posted by my-blogmedia | Thursday, August 14, 2008 | ,

Happy Birthday for Halle Berry. Today is her birthday. She was born 42 years ago on August 14.

(source: movies.msn)

Weekly Horoscope (Aug 11, 2008)

posted by my-blogmedia | Thursday, August 14, 2008 |

Hi all, we meet again.Here are your weekly horoscope. Enjoy.

Aries
Be careful of the seeds you sow in your life this week, Aries. The actions you take now will have huge consequences for you in the future. On Saturday the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse takes place in your sector of hopes and wishes. Remember, be careful what you wish for because you might get it! On Sunday watch where you're going and who you hang out with. Your ruling planet, Mars, squares Pluto, and your assertive side may morph into aggressive mode. If someone cuts you off on the road, shrug it off and play mellow music on your radio.

Taurus
Taurus, you're searching for the truth regarding an important issue in your life and until you discover what's really going on, you won't move forward. On Friday wise Mercury conjuncts Saturn in analytical Virgo and you'll be able to put all the pieces of your puzzle together. Saturday's Full Moon Lunar Eclipse brings a change in your status in your community. You may put on your volunteer hat and get mega-involved in your area. It's also possible that you'll switch gears and pull out of your activities, since you're tired of all the running around you do.

Gemini
This week you need to be on the ball from the get-go, Gemini, and you won't have time to take a breather. On Monday the Moon in your sector of open enemies squares Uranus in duplicitous Pisces and you deal with a friend's personal betrayal. You thought this person was on your side, but unfortunately he or she is not. Saturday's Full Moon Lunar Eclipse shakes up your spiritual beliefs and you search for the belief system that suits you best. Reaching your destination is secondary; you just want to learn and explore as you walk through your life journey.

Cancer
Get ready for an emotional awakening to take place in your life, Cancer. On Saturday the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse takes place in your sector of transformation and you experience an enormous shift in the way you view yourself. Your ruling planet is the perceptive Moon, and a Lunar Eclipse has a strong impact on you that can last for a while. On Sunday be careful when you drive or walk around your neighborhood, as aggressive Mars squares powerful Pluto. Be sure that you know where you're going and who you're going with, and don't participate in any dangerous activities.

Leo
This isn't going to be an easy week for you, but you love challenges, thanks to your Zodiac symbol, the strong Lion. On Monday keep your emotions and temper in check as the Moon in fiery Sagittarius squares Mars. You may take offense easily and your patience will be on the short side. A confusing dilemma crops up in your life on Friday as the Sun in Leo opposes hazy Neptune in Aquarius. Make sure that you don't lie to yourself about what's really going on or you could find that you're involved in a highly questionable situation.

Virgo
You're revved up on Monday as the Moon squares Mars in Virgo in your sector of self. You usually have a reputation as a modest soul and you take a back seat at times. Not this week! You're happy to assert yourself and your needs to anyone and everyone you meet. Just try not to go over the top in your quest for self-expression. On Friday your ruler Mercury in Virgo conjuncts wise Saturn and you know there's a predestined path for you to follow; you just aren't sure how to find it. Don't worry; you'll get there soon.

Libra
Your communication style is muddled this week, Libra, and your associates aren't sure where you're coming from or what you really mean. On Monday the Moon in your sector of communications squares erratic Uranus and you may come off to your associates as being a bit lost in space. On Saturday the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse takes place in your sector of creativity and you may need to look around for inspiration for your artistic pursuits. Consider escaping into a movie marathon or sign up for a cruise to nowhere. Look at the clouds, sip an iced beverage, and relax.

Scorpio
Silence is golden at times for you, Scorpio, and you enjoy your privacy, but this week you want your social life to pick up. On Wednesday Venus conjuncts distant Saturn in your sector of friends and you find it hard to connect with people. Your friends are off your radar screen for one reason or another and you need to come up with a new game plan for yourself. Consider new groups and clubs to join. It's time to broaden your horizons - and your address book! A move could be on your agenda on Saturday, or you may take in a roommate.

Sagittarius
Sag, your astrological symbol is the galloping Centaur, the half-human, half-horse mythological creature. But that doesn't mean you aren't fully human, although you have a strong physique and a lot of stamina. On Monday the Moon in Sagittarius in your sector of your physical body squares Uranus and Mars and you may experience health issues. Once that happens, you'll realize how important it is for you to eat right and get the proper rest. On Sunday watch your temper as Mars squares Pluto in Sagittarius. Remind yourself of all the many reasons you have to feel blessed in your life.

Capricorn
Your brain cells go into overdrive this week, Capricorn, and you won't be able to click your mind off long enough to eat, sleep, or chat with friends. On Tuesday the Moon in Capricorn in your sector of self trines Mercury in Virgo and you occupy your time with 101 busy tasks. On Saturday you morph into reflective mode as the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse takes place in your sector of values. You may feel you're operating on automatic pilot and you have no real idea of what truly makes you happy in life. Now you'll change that scenario.

Aquarius
Aquarius, you usually think first and emote later, since your brain leads your heart, thanks to your air-element Zodiac sign. On Saturday you experience a big change in your emotional life as the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse takes place in Aquarius in your sector of self. Get ready for a tidal wave of emotion to overtake you. You'll feel the powerful Eclipse energy both before and after the weekend, so keep that in mind as you go about your daily routine. Give yourself a lot of leeway this week and don't expect too much from yourself or others.

Pisces
Your intuition isn't up to speed this week, Pisces, so let your sixth sense take a back seat and allow your logical mind to guide you. On Monday the Moon in fiery Sagittarius squares Uranus in Pisces and your emotional barometer goes on the fritz. You may not understand yourself and your own feelings, let alone the emotions of the people you associate with. Saturday's Full Moon Lunar Eclipse takes place in your sector of intuition and you have to actually ask questions of people and wait for answers, as opposed to relying on mental telepathy, your favorite way to communicate.

(source: msn.horoscope)

Angelina Jolie Replaces Tom Cruise ?

posted by my-blogmedia | Wednesday, August 13, 2008 |

Hi movies lover. It is stated in the romour that , the Columbia Pictures espionage thriller will be redrafted by screenwriter Kurt Wimmer as a star vehicle for Angelina Jolie. Philip Noyce remains attached as director and Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Sunil Perkash are producing.


Jolie is close to a deal to play the title character, a CIA officer who's accused by a defector of being a Russian sleeper spy and must elude capture long enough to establish her innocence.

Cruise had long flirted with the project, but that ended recently. The well-regarded script had several male movie stars circling.

Jolie took a liking to it, prompting the studio's decision to rewrite it. Sources said the project won't require that much of an overhaul to suit her.

After Universal beefed up Jolie's role in "Wanted" and then marketed the action film squarely on Jolie's shoulders and watched it gross $132 million domestically, Jolie reestablished in the wake of "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" that she is the rare female who is viable in an action genre that has been almost the exclusive domain of men.

"Edwin A. Salt" will undergo a title change, and if everything falls into place, the film shapes up as a return vehicle for Jolie, who recently gave birth to twins. Another candidate for her return is the Lionsgate drama "Atlas Shrugged," which has been adapted by Randall Wallace from the Ayn Rand novel.

Jolie, who also provided a lead voice in the DreamWorks Animation hit "Kung Fu Panda," drew strong notices at the Cannes Film Festival for her starring role in the Clint Eastwood-directed drama "The Changeling" for Imagine and Universal. That film opens in late October.


(source: movies.msn)

Top 10 Animal Moms (8): Alligator

posted by my-blogmedia | Wednesday, August 13, 2008 |

Hi my-blogmedia readers, how are you. Miss your Mom, haha?. Continuing the previous posts, here is animal that have a good mom behaviour on number 8. Enjoy.


8. Alligator
Al Gore would be so proud -- the female alligator has got to have one of the "greenest" pregnancies this side of the ozone. Her nest is a heap of rotting vegetation (the ultimate compost pile!) that produces heat so she doesn't have to sit on her eggs. Scientists have used special thermometers to monitor the two-month incubation period in these nests, and they've discovered that the heat does more than bring these babies to fruition. If the temperature is less than 88 degrees, break out the pink, but if it tops 91, it's a boy! Once the babies are born, the mothers carry them around in their jaws for protection, assisting them to the water, where they will spend their first years eating fish, insects, snails and crustaceans. Wonder if that comes puréed?

(source: encarta.msn, animalplanet)

Let's Play with Blog Tagging

posted by my-blogmedia | Wednesday, August 13, 2008 |


Hi, blogger.
Do you wanna play something different with link tagging. Let's spend sometimes to do this. It is like chain play in posting the URL address of the blogger who linked to us. Nice try isn't it?. I also would like to give my best award to my buddy with the image above. So, you can cpy it as well and post to tyour blog.

Here are the tagging with seven bloggers:
1.budi-hartanto


Let's play the game and see the result. Feel free to buzz my-blogmedia if other blogger would like to added in the list.

Top 10 Scientifically Inaccurate Movies (2): Independence Day

posted by my-blogmedia | Tuesday, August 12, 2008 |

Hi my-blogmedia readers. If we take a look carefully on several movies, we would have notice that there's something wrong with the movie. Here is one of the top 10 scientifically inacurate movies, posted one by one. Enjoy.


Independence Day
That mammoth mothership hovering over the earth in geostationary orbit would be doing more than just freaking out the world's population. Because of its close proximity and mass -- 1/4th that of the moon, according to the film -- the flying saucer's gravitational pull would cause massive tidal waves, volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The aliens wouldn't even have to roll out their anti-matter ray to blow up the White House -- it would already be underwater.

(source: movies.yahoo)

How to Boost Your Internet Connection (6): Accelerate Your Downloads

posted by my-blogmedia | Tuesday, August 12, 2008 | ,

Hi, my-blogmedia readers. Here is other tip to boost internet connection problem. This post is the continuation of the previous post and this is the last post. Hope this can help you. Enjoy.

6. Accelerate Your Downloads
Frequent downloaders can save huge amounts of time by using a download manager like, FlashGet. FlashGet creates multiple simultaneous download links and then puts the file together afterward. All you do is click or drag download links to the FlashGet window; the program does the rest. It integrates with Internet Explorer and works with Firefox using a companion utility called FlashGot.

(source: tech.msn)

Funny Picture: Which is Right and Wrong?

posted by my-blogmedia | Tuesday, August 12, 2008 |

Hi my-blogmedia readers,
Take a look at the picture. Which is right and wrong in urinating, haha? Enjoy.


(source: dailyhaha)

Hi all, my-blogmedia is proudly presents US Weekend Top 10 Box Office Movies this week for you.


This weekend, there's two new comers on the top 10. "Pineaple Express" in one week collected USD 40.4 MM, while "The Sisterhood of The Travelling Pants 2" collected USD 19.7 MM.

"The Dark Night” still sits on the top movie list, in four weeks, they collected USD 441.5 MM ! Amazing.This make them as the number 2 for the box office after "Titanic".

For cumulative earning, "The Dark Night" still gets the highest point, USD 441.5 MM in three weeks! How bout next week? Let's wait and see. Have a nice watching...


1 The Dark Knight
2 Pineaple Express
3 The Mummy: Tomb of The Dragon Emperor
4 The Sisterhood of The Travelling Pants 2
5 Step Brothers
6 Mamma Mia !
7 Journey To The Center Of The Earth
8 Hancock
9 Swing Vote
10 Wall-E


(source: yahoo.movies).

Tip for Improving Your Wi-Fi Network's Performance (2)

posted by my-blogmedia | Saturday, August 09, 2008 | , ,

Hi my-blogmedia readers. Sometime we feel unhappy with our Wi-fi connection, especially when we need the urgent and fast connection to the internet. Here is another tip for you. Hope this can help you. Enjoy.

What's 802.11n? Do I need to upgrade my router?
Wi-Fi standards are continually evolving as technology advances. The first Wi-Fi routers were 802.11b, with a maximum of 11-megabits-per-second throughput. Next, 802.11g increased that to 54 mbps. Now, MIMO and draft-802.11n routers have pushed the wireless frontier to 280 mbps and beyond, rivaling wired ethernet. This year, the Wi-Fi Alliance will start certifying draft-802.11n routers. If you are in the market for a new router, definitely buy one of these models.

But if your old router provides satisfactory performance throughout your house, you needn't upgrade immediately. Your current equipment will operate just fine with 802.11n devices as they begin to appear. Wait to upgrade until you really need the added performance for bandwidth-intensive applications such as streaming video. Prices will only go down in the meantime.

(source: tech.msn)

Top 25 Best Heavy Metal Band (11) : Slayer

posted by my-blogmedia | Saturday, August 09, 2008 |

Hi rockers, here are the Top 25 Best Heavy Metal Bands according to yahoo music site recently. Here is number 11 position.


Slayer
Slayer redefined "heavy" back in the 1980s by speeding things up to the point of hardcore punk but with intricate riffs and shout-outs to Satan that made them obvious followers of the Metal church. With such a volatile sound and temperament, who would've thought they'd still be hanging together this many years later?

Wait for the higher position in next posting.


(source: new.music.yahoo)

Top 10 Best Airport in 2008 (9): Helsinki, Finland

posted by my-blogmedia | Friday, August 08, 2008 |

Hi all. Here is the Top 10 Best Airport In The World for 2008. Here, we post one by one. Have you ever visit one of the places?. Enjoy the number 9.


9. Helsinki, Finland
If flying makes you frazzled, then passing through this capital city airport will soothe your nerves. The airport maintains a meditation room meant to create a "calm ambiance" for all passengers. But fliers who thrive on working non-stop won't be disappointed either, since there are several working lounges with pay-to-use wireless Internet. If you'd rather shop and nosh, there are plenty of opportunities to do that as well.


(source: Forbes)

Brad Pitt - Angelina Jolie: Babby Twins

posted by my-blogmedia | Wednesday, August 06, 2008 | ,

Hi, readers. Finally, People magazine unveiled the first pictures of Knox Léon and Vivienne Marcheline. People teamed with London-based Hello! magazine to strike a deal with the celebrity couple. The two magazines reportedly shelled out $14 million for the pictures.

It's the second time the celebrity weekly won the North American rights to the couple's first-look baby pictures, and this is the third time Pitt and Jolie have worked with the two magazines in exchange for a hefty donation to charity.

The twins joined the other Jolie-Pitt children -- Maddox, 6, Pax, 4, Zahara, 3, and Shiloh, 2.

People interviewed the family at the Château Miraval in Provence, France, where they have been staying this summer.




(source: movies.msn)

Top 17 Home Products Innovation Winner (6): BathDam

posted by my-blogmedia | Wednesday, August 06, 2008 |

Hello, my-blogmedia readers. We meet again. Here we are posting the winner of product innovations that might be usefull for you. Here is the number 6.Enjoy.


Honorable mention: BathDam
To kids it may just look like a lot of fun, but BathDam resolves many of the problems that arise at bath time. The apparatus is a water dam, allowing parents to fill only the far end of a tub. The idea is the brainchild of Collin Smith, third-year student at the College of Design at Arizona State University. Smith identified and solved several issues with his creation.

First and foremost is safety: In a more confined bathing area, children won't slip, bump or have the space to lie
face-down. Half a tub away from the faucet, a child is not at risk of scalding himself by turning on the hot water.

BathDam also saves water — and keeps it warm longer — since the whole tub needn't be filled for a small bather. Plus, the toys attached to BathDam appear whimsical but are designed to help get the child clean. Now the only problem is persuading your kid to get back out.


(source: realestate.msn)

Weekly Horoscope (Aug 04, 2008)

posted by my-blogmedia | Tuesday, August 05, 2008 |

Hi all, we meet again. Here are your weekly horoscope. Enjoy.

Aries
You may be offered a deal or an opportunity that you really can't refuse, but be sure to check out the fine print. Don't be pushed into doing anything that may bind you to unforgiving rules. Wednesday needs some careful handling as Mars opposes Uranus and Mercury opposes Neptune. Be careful when driving to or from work, especially if it's raining. Also be very careful when handling electrical goods. These kinds of influences can coincide with accidents, especially if you're in a hurry or unaware of what you're doing because your mind is elsewhere.

Taurus
You'll have opportunities to work on making changes to your life, especially at home. Venus trines Pluto, which may force your hand. An idea that you've been putting off, or even an expense, will be due now. This influence may correspond with a conversation that you need to hold with a member of your family about a sensitive financial issue. From Tuesday, your ruling planet Venus will move into Virgo and your romance zone. It may help to iron out any problems you've been experiencing in new relationships.

Gemini
Mars opposes Uranus, which may coincide with an accident at home. The most likely cause may be an electrical problem. If something goes wrong, don't try to fix it yourself. Be sure to get the experts in. It isn't a good day to sign documents or agree to deals, since you may not have enough information to make an informed decision. By the end of the week there will be quite a focus on your home zone and on bypassing those obstacles that seem to be getting in the way of domestic bliss. Delegate, if necessary!

Cancer
From Tuesday your communications zone is very much in focus. You may want to get in touch with those you haven't heard from in some time. You may also want to start work on the synopsis for a book or perhaps a series of classes. With all the opportunities in new media for marketing yourself, this is a good time to learn some of these skills so you can get the exposure you need. Wednesday looks as though it could be chaotic. Online love affairs could go through a sticky patch. You'll need to be philosophical.

Leo
There's a passionate intensity in the air that may manifest in your relationships and through your creative abilities. You're crackling with bright ideas and ready to rock. You have the opportunity to change the status of a relationship that has been on and off for some time. You may want to end it or take it to a more profound level; it all depends on what your heart is telling you. From the end of the week your finances are a major focus. You know what you want and you're going to get it.

Virgo
Do take care on Wednesday as you may find that your best-laid plans are disrupted. Mars opposes Uranus, so you may not see eye to eye with your partner or perhaps a business partner. If you aren't careful, a conversation could escalate into an argument. If you can, keep a low profile and leave urgent matters for later in the week. Mercury trines Pluto on Saturday, bringing you more choices about whether to aim high or tick along in the same old way. If you want to succeed, it's time to take a risk.

Libra
Early on, a relationship may need some attention. It may be an online love affair or the kind of interaction that can be very hit and miss. You may need to make a choice or have that heartfelt conversation so that you can move on. Either you continue and make a commitment or you separate and go your own ways. Midweek may bring events that you hadn't planned and that seem to be largely out of your control. If you find yourself in a hurry, slow down and take life a little more easily.

Scorpio
You need to have freedom at any cost, which could mean that you disappoint those who have come to rely on your support and solidarity. At the same time, there's also confusion within yourself about what you truly stand for. The week ahead offers many opportunities to make the kinds of choices that could change your life for the better. It means making time to think about your heart's desires. Sometimes you have the tendency to sabotage your best intentions and this is a habit you need to break.

Sagittarius
Events at home may mean you need to reschedule professional duties, so give yourself plenty of space. Be vigilant if you're going on a trip or need to sign important documents. Make sure you have all the information you need. You'll be looking at ways to fast-track your career for greater success. In order to do this, you'll have to tackle obstacles head on. Once Mercury moves into Virgo on Sunday you'll want to plan ahead for success. Don't skip over the details, as they're very necessary to your progress.

Capricorn
Allow your intuition to guide you to greater prosperity. You have an opportunity early in the week to improve your overall wealth, but you need to pay attention to your inner guidance. Overall, this is a good time to plan ahead financially and ensure that you have all areas covered. Don't allow money to get frittered away on things you don't really need. If you're traveling anywhere on Wednesday, be prepared for disruptions and unexpected problems. If you can go with the flow, you may find that things will work in your favor anyway.

Aquarius
If you've been wondering about whether to make changes to a friendship, it looks like you're going to go ahead and do so. You may need to push the boundaries out further so that you have more leeway. The person in question may have been too possessive and now it's time for this to change. However, your love life seems to have been working out quite well lately. Any discussions you've had have been productive. But take special care on Wednesday, as you may give or get mixed messages. Don't presume anything.

Pisces
You need to decide whether or not the idea you've been mulling over is worth going for. Monday may bring an opportunity to find out. If you feel a thrill and your heart tells you yes, then go for it. As Venus moves into Virgo on Tuesday it ushers in a chance to think deeply about your long-term relationships. If you see trouble brewing, do something, as your feelings may overtake you on Wednesday and encourage you to speak or act out of impulse in such a way that you could do more harm than good. Go easy!

(source: msn.horoscope)

Women Dating Behaviors That Should be Avoided (2)

posted by my-blogmedia | Tuesday, August 05, 2008 |

Hi women,here is the tip from expert for you regarding the dating. Remember it.HOpe you always success on your date. Enjoy.

Okay, let's get into number two.

2. Paranoia Runs Rampant.
Here you are dating a man you really like, and the first couple of weeks are going well. Then, that first boys' night out happens. In the beginning, you send him a text that says, "Have a great time tonight!" As the night progresses, however, seeds of doubt start forming in your mind about what he's doing, and you start to think "Is he cheating on me? Is he flirting with other women? Where is he right now?" So then, you lob another text in to him asking "What's going on? What are you doing right now?" Even though he tells you he's just hanging out with his friends, you proceed to make a major blunder:
You start checking up on him with continuous texts throughout the night. This paranoia will push a man away. So when you are dating a man and he's out with his friends, respect his "guy time" -- it will make you the cool woman he's always wanted to find.

(source: dating.personal.yahoo)

Top 10 Beaches 2008 (8): Cape Hatteras

posted by my-blogmedia | Monday, August 04, 2008 |

Hi traveller, continuing the previous post, here is number 8 position.


Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks, N.C.
Cape Hatteras is a cape on the coast of North Carolina. It is the point that protrudes the furthest to the southeast along the northeast-to-southwest line of the Atlantic coast of North America. Two major Atlantic currents collide just off Cape Hatteras, the southerly-flowing cold water Labrador Current and the northerly-flowing warm water Florida Current (Gulf Stream), creating turbulent waters and a large expanse of shallow sandbars extending up to 14 miles offshore. These shoals are known as Diamond Shoals. Because mariners utilize ocean currents to speed their journey, many ships venture close to Cape Hatteras when traveling along the eastern seaboard, risking the perils of sailing close to the shoals amid turbulent water and the frequent storms occurring in the area. So many ships have been lost off Cape Hatteras that the area is known as the "Graveyard of the Atlantic".

(source: travel.msn, wikipedia)

How to Boost Your Internet Connection (5): Optimize Software Settings

posted by my-blogmedia | Monday, August 04, 2008 |

Hi, my-blogmedia readers. Here is other tip to boost internet connection problem. This post is the continuation of the previous post. Hope this can help you. Enjoy.

5. Optimize Software Settings
Now that your cable or DSL line is as clean as you can make it, you're ready to tweak your system and applications for maximum performance, too. For optimizing network performance parameters in Windows XP or Vista, we like TotalIdea Software's Tweak-XP Pro Premium and TweakVI Premium. Both programs simplify optimization without requiring you to understand Registry editing or hidden Windows settings. Both packages include dozens of tweaks in addition to network and browser adjustments. The Pro version of Network Magic, an excellent network monitoring utility, includes optimization capabilities as well. System-level optimization is less important in Vista than in XP, since Vista tunes your TCP stack dynamically. In fact, Vista users can probably get away with just optimizing specific applications, especially their browsers. To speed up Firefox page displays, try Firetune or Fasterfox. Both are free and one-click easy. Fasterfox adds a few more customization options for expert users. Both tweak low-level Firefox settings such as cache memory capacity, maximum simultaneous connections and "pipelining" (performing multiple data requests simultaneously).

Wait for the next tips in the next post.

(source: tech.msn)

Top 10 Animal Moms (9): Koala

posted by my-blogmedia | Monday, August 04, 2008 |

Hi my-blogmedia readers, how are you. Miss your Mom, haha?. Continuing the previous posts, here is animal that have a good mom behaviour on number 9. Enjoy.


9. Koala
Never agree to an eating competition with a female koala, as she only dines on one thing: highly poisonous eucalyptus leaves. Her digestive tract can tolerate this otherwise deadly treat thanks to bowels that are packed with special bacteria that detoxify the leaves. Babies -- or joeys -- aren't born with these superpowers (not to mention they also lack ears, eyes and fur), but Momma Koala comes to the rescue and helps them build up their tolerance by feeding them her own feces. Guess this puts a whole new spin on threatening to wash someone's mouth out with soap. Once the joeys are born, they spend about six months inside their mother's pouch feeding on milk and forming their missing parts. But this is a mom who won't lose any sleep while nurturing: the female koala gets about 22 hours of shut-eye a day -- that's nearly 90 percent of her life spent snoozing!


(source: encarta.msn, animalplanet)

Funny Picture: Giant Burger

posted by my-blogmedia | Monday, August 04, 2008 |

Hi my-blogmedia readers. Take a look at the picture. Do you dare to eat this, haha? Enjoy.


(source: dailyhaha)

US Weekend Top 10 Box Office Movies (Aug 03): The Dark Knight stills on Top

posted by my-blogmedia | Monday, August 04, 2008 |

Hi all, my-blogmedia is proudly presents US Weekend Top 10 Box Office Movies this week for you.


This weekend, there's two new comers on the top 10."The Mummy" in one week collected USD 42.4 MM, while "Swing Vote" collected USD 6.3 MM.

"The Dark Night” still sits on the top movie list, in three weeks, they collected USD 394.8 MM ! Excellent.

For cumulative earning, "The Dark Night" still gets the highest point, USD 394.8 MM in three weeks! How bout next week? Let's wait and see. Have a nice watching...


1 The Dark Knight
2 The Mummy: Tomb of The Dragon Emperor
3 Step Brothers
4 Mamma Mia !
5 Journey To The Center Of The Earth
6 Swing Vote
7 Hancock
8 Wall-E
9 The X-Files: I Want To Believe
10 Space Chimps

Britney Spears's Weekend in Cabo

posted by my-blogmedia | Saturday, August 02, 2008 | ,


Hi readers.
Britney Spears can still make some decisions on her own, like which teeny bikini to slip into while working on her melanoma tan during a sun-filled weekend in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The conservator-overseen, custody-settling popster sported a figure-flattering white two-piece as she soaked up some rays with pals, including Las Vegas hotel mogul George Maloof . Also enjoying a south-of-the-border getaway were the paparazzi, who snapped a smiling Brit as she bobbed in the pool and practiced some dance moves with an unidentified bare-chested guy.


(source: music.msn)

Top 10 Scientifically Inaccurate Movies (1): Armageddon

posted by my-blogmedia | Saturday, August 02, 2008 |

Hi my-blogmedia readers. If we take alook carefully on several movie, we would have notice that there's somthing wrong with the movie. Here is the top 10 scientifically inacurate movies, posted one by one. Enjoy.


Armageddon
We could put together a long list of all the things wrong with Michael Bay's feel-good ode to global destruction, but NASA has already and they counted at least 168 mistakes. But perhaps the biggest problem is that the plot itself -- splitting a Texas-sized rock in two with a single nuke -- has a Texas-sized hole in it. We don't have a nuclear bomb anywhere near powerful enough to do the job. As strange as it might seem, this is a case of a Michael Bay movie not having a big enough explosion.


(source: movies.yahoo)

Job Opportunity at Petroleum Brunei

posted by my-blogmedia | Saturday, August 02, 2008 |

Hi all. Here is new job opportunity for you. Have a nice try.
PetroleumBRUNEI would like to invite applications from suitably qualified, innovative, dynamic, good team player and highly motivated candidates who seek to develop their career in the Oil and Gas Industry to join us in the following position.

SENIOR RESERVOIR ENGINEER - Job Code: RE/1
Requirements
• BSc in Petroleum Engineering or other related Engineering subject and post graduate degree e.g. MSc in related subject would be an advantage;
• Minimum 8 years reservoir engineering experience;
• Having the associated skills with reservoir simulation will be an added advantage;
• Must have broad understanding in E & P and able to communicate effectively with other team members eg. sub surface;
• Good interpersonal, communication and team skills;
• Good computer related skills;• Must be well organised and able to work independently with the ability to lead a team.

Interested candidates can submit their applications (quoting the above Position) with detailed resume accompanied by copies of certificates, including current and expected salary and a recent passport-sized photograph. A competitive remuneration package and attractive fringe benefits will be offered to successful candidates.

Human Resource Manager, Corporate Division
BRUNEI NATIONAL PETROLEUM COMPANY SDN BHD
UNIT1.01, 1st FLOOR, BLOCK D
YAYASAN SULTAN HAJI HASSANAL BOLKIAH COMPLEX
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN BS8711 - BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
Tel : (673) 2230720, 2230721, 2230722
Fax : (673) 2230654

CLOSING DATE : 12 August 2008 (Only short listed candidates will be notified).
(source: petromindo)

Top 25 Best Heavy Metal Band (12) : Deep Purple

posted by my-blogmedia | Friday, August 01, 2008 |

Hi rockers, here are the Top 25 Best Heavy Metal Bands according to yahoo music site recently. Here is number 12 position.

Deep Purple
While Sabbath and Zeppelin have gone on to be immortalized, Deep Purple have fallen dangerously behind. Ritchie Blackmore deserves better than to be lumped in with the "Where Were They Then?" pile. "Smoke On The Water" may be obvious, but "Space Truckin'" and the rest of Machine Head should be textbook cases for all aspiring young hard rockers. And they were purple when only hippies were ruining the color and not dinosaurs and Prince.

Wait for the higher position in next posting.

(source: new.music.yahoo)

Top 10 Best Airport in 2008 (10): Cape Town

posted by my-blogmedia | Friday, August 01, 2008 |

Hi all. Here is the Top 10 Best Airport In The World for 2008. Here, we post one by one. Have you ever visit one of the places?. Enjoy number 10.


10. Cape Town, South Africa
This modern airport in South Africa has simple amenities that go a long way. For a small tip, porters will transport your luggage from one terminal to the next. A medical clinic serves passengers with aches and pains. There are several lounges for airline members, as well as passengers who don't mind paying a fee for access. And those who want to pray before or after takeoff can be accommodated in a quiet room.


(source: Forbes)

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