Nirina Zubir - Hari Ini, Esok, Dan Seterusnya

hari ini dadaku bergetar
terguncang memilu dan mengerang
ku yakin ku tak salah
karna hatiku tak pernah dan takkan berdusta

cinta cinta cinta
aku jatuh cinta

esoknya ku pikir rasa itu
akan menghilang dengan seiring waktu
namun ternyata tak berubah
aku makin tergiur pada dirimu

cinta cinta cinta
aku jatuh cinta

dan seterusnya rasa ini selalu terjadi
dan tak pernah berkurang
hatiku hanya untuk dirimu
aku bahagia hanya bila kamu bahagia

esoknya ku pikir rasa itu
akan menghilang dengan seiring waktu
namun ternyata tak berubah
aku makin tergiur pada dirimu

cinta cinta cinta
aku jatuh cinta

dan seterusnya rasa ini selalu terjadi
dan tak pernah berkurang
hatiku hanya untuk dirimu
aku bahagia hanya bila kamu bahagia

dan seterusnya rasa ini selalu terjadi
dan tak pernah berkurang
hatiku hanya untuk dirimu
aku bahagia hanya bila kamu bahagia


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Random pics

Fat torpedo.

US embassy, Saigon

Play first, security last.

Half build.

Bamboo scaffolding- Hong Kong 2007

New brasil referee 2007.

Bad cheat sheet.
Sale ends today, better hurry.

No more reload warning.

Cute spider, fav creature of mine.

Remove this to ended East/West conflict.

Media - job first, save last.

Honda cruise.

Edge dancer.

Cute kitty, cute shot.

More Random pics: Here, here and here.

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Ilmu tuju-tuju


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Internet access to overseas websites disrupted

Internet access to overseas websites disrupted:
PETALING JAYA: Local Internet access to overseas websites came to a crawl Wednesday after international links were disrupted by the earthquake in southern Taiwan.

Internet service provider (ISP) Jaring said the disruption started at about 3.45am Wednesday, and warned users to expect congestion to and from overseas websites during peak hours.

Internet service provider TM Net said the earthquake caused a fault on Asia Pacific Cable Network 2 links between Shantou, China and Tanshui, Taiwan, and between Lantau in Hong Kong and Chongming, China.

The disruption has caused outages to several TM Net international transit and peering links.

TM Net said Malaysian Internet users may experience some delay in accessing content and websites hosted overseas, especially in the United States, Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea and Europe.

Action is being taken to reduce traffic congestion by diverting traffic through backup links, it added.

TM Net customers can call 1-300-88-9515 or e-mail for further enquiries.

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Communications cut off after powerful earthquake strikes southern Taiwan
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Village in Ukraine

These photos are from the village in Ukraine, near Kiev.

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Google Friends Newsletter - December 2006


Search for Santa

Even if you don't have a reindeer team of your own, you can still use the Google Earth Santa Tracker to follow Santa's fabled flight from rooftop to rooftop in glorious, satellite-imaged 3-D. First, you'll need to download the latest version of Google Earth, and then the Santa Tracker file. Open the file on December 24th to start watching St. Nick in real time. On, Donner, on, Blitzen!



Holiday offerings through Picasa

We've updated Picasa Web Albums, Google's photo sharing site, to make this season of photo sharing even more merry and bright. Now you can upload videos to the web and share them with family and friends just as you do with photos. You can also search through all the photos and videos you've uploaded, and tag your photos for easier browsing and searching. And two of our partners, Shutterfly and PhotoWorks, have special offers when you order through Picasa Web Albums.
-- Take 20% off all PhotoWorks products when you use code:
C850-38-5124-11 during checkout; valid until 1/17/07.
-- New Shutterfly users get 15 free, film-quality prints. Click "Learn
More" for details after you select Shutterfly.

The new Blogger

Blogger is more powerful than ever, and still easy to use. Customize the page elements of your blog's design; create a private blog and control who sees it; add a feed for all your comments; manage multiple blogs from the re-designed dashboard; label posts to group related entries -- all without any HTML or CSS knowledge.

Google Toolbar for Firefox

When we released the latest Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer, Firefox users wanted to know when they'd see new Toolbar features in their favorite browser too. Now there's a new Toolbar beta for Firefox that lets you access your bookmarks from any computer, add custom buttons to your Toolbar, and share web pages via Gmail, Blogger and SMS. There's even a nifty feature only available in the Toolbar for Firefox: you can open document and spreadsheet files right in the browser using Google Docs & Spreadsheets.

Google Patent Search

With the new beta release of Google Patent Search, you can discover the fascinating ideas behind products you use every day -- from adhesive tape and contact lenses -- to obscure inventions you may have never heard of before. You can search the full text of over 7 million U.S. patents, and as with Google Book Search, scroll through pages or zoom in on text and illustrations.

New features on Google Finance

There are quite a few improvements to Google Finance: a newly designed homepage, currency information, sector performance for the U.S. market, and a listing of top market movers along with the relevant and important news of the day. See which companies are the day's Top Movers in the market by price, market cap, volume, and popularity as determined by our own Google Trends. Track U.S. stocks on more comprehensive charts, which now display up to 40 years of data. And Google Finance has richer capabilities for importing your other online portfolios, using different views, and adding transactions. You can also add and view your Google Finance portfolios on the Google Personalized Homepage.

Domain registration with Google Apps for Your Domain

When we launched Google Apps for Your Domain in August, we made it a lot easier for companies to offer private-labeled email, instant messaging and calendar accounts to their users for free. Now we've partnered with and eNom, two leading domain registration services, to offer companies and individuals without their own website domain a way to register one for as little as $10 a year, including private registration. You find a domain name that you like, register it, and automatically configure everything so it works with Google Apps for Your Domain right away.

Google Earth's Geographic Web layer

If you've pondered what it's like to walk in someone else's shoes, now you can. The Google Earth Geographic Web layer uses the rich data of Wikipedia, Panoramio and the Google Earth Community to bring you the writings, photos and postings of travelers who have circled the globe. Just launch Google Earth and click on the new icons -- the Wikipedia globe, the Panoramio star, or the information "i" from the Google Earth Community.

Multi-point driving directions on Maps

With the latest addition to Google Maps, you can plan your road trip from one stop to the next, all in one sweep. When you go to Google Maps, get directions between any two places as you normally do and then just click on the "Add destination" link below to add more stops. You can add as many destinations as you'd like, and to re-order your trip, just drag and drop the destinations in the left panel.



+ Google Zeitgeist 2006 +

These days, all the major search engines send out a year-end list: what were the most popular search queries of the year? Scads of magazines, TV shows, newspapers, and blogs pick up on this theme also, either by picking their own or reporting on what the big sites and search engines say. It''s a real staple of year-end coverage to revisit the biggest celebrity names, trends and oddities that characterize the year just ending. Rather than tell you the most-frequently-searched words -- many of which are constants throughout the year -- we like to contrast which search terms grew significantly this year over last year. As a result our main lists enumerate queries about social networking sites (MySpace, Bebo), significant world news (Hezbollah, North Korea, Darfur), scandals (Duke lacrosse, page), and lots more. What's all mean? We think it gets interesting to look over periods longer than a single year, and that's what Google Trends aims to do. (It's also fun to compare the top lists for years past and ask, where are they now?) However much significance you give to year-end lists, December is an excellent time to look back. We hope you enjoy the view.

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'Hibernating' man survives for 3 weeks

'Hibernating' man survives for 3 weeks:
TOKYO - A man who went missing in western Japan survived in near-freezing weather without food and water for over three weeks by falling into a state similar to hibernation, doctors said.

Mitsutaka Uchikoshi had almost no pulse, his organs had all but shut down and his body temperature was 71 degrees Fahrenheit when he was discovered on Rokko mountain in late October, said doctors who treated him at the nearby Kobe City General Hospital. He had been missing for 24 days.

"On the second day, the sun was out, I was in a field, and I felt very comfortable. That's my last memory," Uchikoshi, 35, told reporters Tuesday before returning home from hospital. "I must have fallen asleep after that."

Doctors believe Uchikoshi, a city official from neighboring Nishinomiya who was visiting the mountain for a barbecue party, tripped and later lost consciousness in a remote mountainous area.

His body temperature soon plunged as he lay in 50-degree weather, greatly slowing down his metabolism.

"(Uchikoshi) fell into a state similar to hibernation and many of his organs slowed, but his brain was protected," said Dr. Shinichi Sato, head of the hospital's emergency unit. "I believe his brain capacity has recovered 100 percent."

Uchikoshi was treated for severe hypothermia, multiple organ failure and blood loss from his fall, but was unlikely to experience any lasting ill effects, Sato said.

Doctors were still uncertain how exactly Uchikoshi survived for weeks with his metabolism almost at a standstill.

In animals like squirrels or bears, hibernation reduces the amount of oxygen that cells need to survive, protecting them from damage to the brain and other organs.
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Rebut anak kerbau: ujian DNA tentukan pemilik

PASIR PUTEH 20 Dis. – Seekor anak kerbau yang menjadi rebutan terpaksa menjalani ujian profil asid deoksiribonukleik (DNA) berikutan tindakan dua petani daripada dua kampung bersebelahan, di sini membuat laporan polis, masing-masing mendakwa anak kerbau berkenaan milik mereka.

Perebutan anak kerbau jantan berumur kira-kira enam bulan itu memaksa Jabatan Perkhidmatan Haiwan (JPH) Kelantan melakukan ujian DNA untuk mengetahui induk sebenar haiwan itu, sama ada kerbau betina yang dibela oleh Zulkifli Setapa, 37, dari kampung Sepulau atau kerbau betina milik Isa Muhamad, 44, dari Kampung Lembah di sini.

Timbalan Ketua Polis Daerah Pasir Puteh ASP Mohd. Azmir Damiri mengesahkan menerima laporan daripada kedua-dua petani berkenaan.
"Kedua-dua petani itu mendakwa anak kerbau itu milik mereka dan masing-masing membuat laporan polis. Kita serah kepada JPH untuk tindakan selanjutnya," katanya ketika dihubungi Bernama.

Perebutan itu dikatakan tercetus bulan lepas apabila Isa yang mencari anak kerbau yang dilepaskannya sejak beberapa lama ternampak Zulkifli sedang memberi makan kepada haiwan berkenaan.

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Malaysia sets up Internet exchange to cut costs

Malaysia sets up Internet exchange to cut costs:
Malaysia launched a national Internet exchange on Dec 15, promising to cut costs and increase download speeds in line with its goal to become a technology hub.

The exchange allows Internet service providers (ISPs) to sidestep dominant phone company Telekom Malaysia, criticised for charging its rivals high fees for using its infrastructure.

"We need to have an efficient, effective and equitable Internet exchange that fulfils the needs of the industry, service providers and consumers," Energy, Water and Communications Minister Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik said in launching the exchange.

Currently, local service providers prefer to route Internet traffic through international lines and foreign exchanges because they can be cheaper than services offered by Telekom or the other local infrastructure supplier, Jaring Communications.

As much as 30% of local Internet traffic is being routed to international lines, said an industry source, even though these were slower than going through Telekom or Jaring.

The exchange could cut operating expenses for ISPs by 8% to 15%, said Afzal Abdul Rahman, executive officer of Applied Information Management Services Sdn Bhd, one of the service providers on the exchange.

Seventeen ISPs, including heavyweights Maxis Bhd and Digi Bhd, have been admitted to the exchange. Telekom and Jaring are also members.
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Christmas wallpaper

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Nice t-shirt design

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