Sunday, March 28, 2010

kawen lari

Boleh dikatan hampir setiap hari kes remaja awal belasan tahun lari mengikut lelaki di paparkan di dada akhbar kita. Namun apakah faktor yang mendorong mereka dengan mudah mengikut lelaki yang baru dikenali untuk lari. Ramai dikalangan mereka ini lari mengikut pendatang dan berkahwin di negara pendatang tersebut.

Ada juga yang berjaya di bawa balik menceritakan penderitaan sepanjang hidup di negara asing tersebut. Namun penyesalan telah tidak berguna. Apa yang sepatutnya di elakkan telah berlaku. Ada juga segelintir di kalangan remaja tersebut di dera apabila tiba di negara asing tersebut. Janji manis pasangan mereka tiada lagi.

Kajian mengenai faktor remaja kita terlibat dengan fenomena ini perlu dilakukan. Tindakan segera patut di ambil untuk membendung masalah yang berpanjangan.

Kasut oh kasut



Ada orang suka pakai kasut, ada orang tak suka pakai kasut. Ada jugak yang suka beli kasut tapi x pakai2. Jenis kasut yang kita pakai bergantung kepada pekerjaan atau aktiviti kita. Ada yang memakai kasut boot, ada yang pakai kasut biasa, ada juga pakai kasut sukan atau macam2 ada lah.

Dalam pemakaian kasut, keselesaan amat diperlukan. Tiada guna kasut yang berkilau jika kita tak selesa. Namun kita perlu menjaga imej dengan memakai kasut yang bersih. kasut yang berkilauan kebiasaanya dipakai oleh badan beruniform. Ini kerana mereka ini amat menitik beratkan soal disiplin anggota.

Rupa kasut tidak/hampir tidak mempengaruhi kualiti kerja kita. ini kerana apa yang mempengaruhi kualiti kerja adalah keselesaan kasut itu sendiri. Dari segi imej, jarang sekali orang memandang kasut kita. kebiasaanya mereka akan memandang pakaian kita pakai bersih atau tidak.

Cara kenal pasti kulit BABI

SUMBER : http://pakarhowto.com/cara-bagaimana/cara-tengok-dan-kenalpasti-barang-dari-kulit-babi.html

Cara nak tengok dan kenalpasti barangan yang diperbuat daripada kulit babi ialah :


1.Tengok dan perhatikan betul-betul struktur kulit yang digunakan. Oleh sebab struktur kulit babi adalah sangat berbeza dengan kulit binatang lain, maka ia sangat mudah untuk dikenalpasti. Struktur kulit babi ini ada 3 TITIK DALAM SATU TOMPOKAN TITIK-TITIK. Cuba belek dan perhatikan, kalau ada 3 titik bertompok-tompok pada kulit tu, maka memang sah, itu adalah kulit babi. Jadi, jangan gatal tangan main beli jer. Walaupun harganya mungkin jauh lebih murah dari barangan kulit lain, tapi janganlah sekali-kali tertipu. 3 titik tompokan itu adalah seperti ini ;

2.Harga barang kulit babi ni biasanya lebih murah dari barangan daripada kulit binatang lain.

3.Biasanya kulit babi ini digunakan pada lapisan dalam sesuatu produk. Contohnya kalau kasut, kulit babi biasanya diletakkan pada bahagian dalam kasut tersebut sebab struktur kulit babi ini agak lembut.

4. kalau kasut, kulit babi ini paling banyak digunakan dalam pembuatan kasut untuk kanak-kanak perempuan dan kasut perempuan dewasa pun banyak juga. Lagi satu, kuilt babi juga banyak digunakan untuk membuat sandal untuk lelaki
 

Walisongo

Dari Wikipedia Bahasa Melayu, ensiklopedia bebas.

"Walisongo" berarti sembilan orang wali. Walisongo atau Walisanga dikenal sebagai penyebar agama Islam di tanah Jawa pada abad ke-17. Mereka tinggal di tiga wilayah penting pantai utara Pulau Jawa, yaitu Surabaya-Gresik-Lamongan di Jawa Timur, Demak-Kudus-Muria di Jawa Tengah, dan Cirebon di Jawa Barat. "Walisongo" bererti sembilan orang wali.

Era Walisongo mengakhiri penguasaan kebudayaan Hindu-Buddha dalam budaya Nusantara dan digantikan dengan kebudayaan Islam. Walisongo adalah simbol penyebaran Islam di Indonesia, khususnya di Jawa. Peranan mereka sangat besar dalam mendirikan Kerajaan Islam di Jawa, juga pengaruhnya terhadap kebudayaan masyarakat secara luas serta dakwah secara langsung, membuat Walisongo ini lebih banyak disebut berbanding dengan ulama yang lain.

Mereka tinggal di pantai utara Jawa dari awal abad 15 hingga pertengahan abad 16, di tiga wilayah penting. Yakni Surabaya-Gresik-Lamongan di Jawa Timur, Demak-Kudus-Muria di Jawa Tengah, serta Cirebon di Jawa Barat. Mereka adalah para intelektual yang menjadi pembaharu masyarakat pada masanya. Mereka mengenalkan berbagai bentuk peradaban baru: mulai dari kesehatan, bercocok tanam, niaga, kebudayaan dan kesenian, kemasyarakatan hingga pemerintahan. Masing-masing tokoh tersebut mempunyai peranan unik dalam penyebaran Islam.


Setiap wali ini mempunyai hubungan antara mereka di mana Sunan Gresik atau Maulana Malik Ibrahim adalah yang tertua di antara Walisongo. Manakala Sunan Ampel atau Raden Rahmat pula adalah anak daripada Maulana Malik Ibrahim. Sunan Bonang atau Raden Makhdum Ibrahim pula adalah anak daripada Sunan Ampel. Sunan Drajat atau Raden Qasim adalah anak daripada Sunan Ampel. Sunan Kalijaga atau Raden Said merupakan sahabat dan murid Sunan Bonang. Sunan Kudus atau Jaffar Shadiq adalah anak murid Sunan Kalijaga. Sunan Giri atau Raden Paku atau Ainul Yaqin adalah anak saudara Maulana Malik Ibrahim dan sepupu Sunan Ampel . Sunan Muria atau Raden Umar Said adalah anak Sunan Kalijaga. Sunan Gunung Jati atau Syarif Hidayatullah adalah sahabat para Sunan lain, kecuali Maulana Malik Ibrahim dahulu meninggal dahulu.

Pesantren Ampel Denta dan Giri adalah dua institusi pendidikan paling penting di masa itu. Dari Giri, peradaban Islam berkembang ke seluruh wilayah timur Nusantara. Sunan Giri dan Sunan Gunung Jati bukan hanya ulama, namun juga pemimpin pemerintahan. Sunan Giri, Bonang, Kalijaga, dan Kudus adalah kreator karya seni yang pengaruhnya masih terasa hingga sekarang. Sedangkan Sunan Muria adalah pendamping sejati handai taulan.


Mulai dari Maulana Malik Ibrahim yang menempatkan diri sebagai "tabib" bagi Kerajaan Hindu Majapahit; Sunan Giri yang disebut para kolonialis sebagai "paus dari Timur" hingga Sunan Kalijaga yang mencipta karya kesenian dengan menggunakan nuansa yang dapat difahami masyarakat Jawa, yakni nuansa Hindu dan Buddha.

Battle of Malaya

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Battle of Malaya was a campaign fought by Allied and Japanese forces in Malaya, from 8 December 1941 to 31 January 1942 during the Second World War. The campaign was dominated by land battles between British Commonwealth army units, and the Imperial Japanese Army. For the British, Indian, Australian and Malayan forces defending the colony, the campaign was a disaster.


The battle is notable for the Japanese use of bicycle infantry, which allowed troops to carry more equipment and swiftly move through thick jungle terrain. Royal Engineers, equipped with demolition charges, destroyed over a hundred bridges during the retreat, which did little to delay the Japanese. By the time the Japanese had captured Singapore, they had suffered 9,600 casualties.

Between the wars, Britain's military strategy in the Far East was undermined by a lack of attention and funding. The British government's plans relied primarily on the stationing of a strong fleet at the Singapore Naval Base in the event of any enemy hostility, both to defend Britain's Far Eastern possessions and the route to Australia. A strong naval presence was also thought to act as a deterrent against possible agressors. By 1940, however, the army commander in Malaya, Lieutenant-General Lionel Bond conceded that a successful defence of Singapore demanded the defence of the whole peninsula, and that the naval base alone wouldn't be sufficient to deter a Japanese invasion. The defence strategy rested on two basic assumptions: first, that there would be sufficient early warning of an attack to allow for reinforcement of British troops, and second that American help was at hand in case of the attack. By late 1941 it became clear that neither of these assumptions had any real substance.


Once World War II commenced, Britain and the Middle East received higher priorities in the allocation of men and material. The desired Malayan air force strength of 300 to 500 aircraft was never reached. Whereas the Japanese invaded with over two hundred tanks, the British Army in Malaya did not have a single one.

The British had plans for a pre-emptive invasion of southern Thailand, named  Operation Matador, to forestall Japanese landings, but decided not to use them.

The Battle of Malaya began when the 25th Army invaded Malaya on 8 December 1941. Japanese troops launched an amphibious assault on the northern coast of Malaya at Kota Bharu and started advancing down the eastern coast of Malaya. This was made in conjunction with landings at Pattani and Songkhla in Thailand, where they then proceeded south overland across the Thailand-Malayan border to attack the western portion of Malaya.
The Japanese had already coerced the Thai government into letting them use Thai military bases to launch attacks into Malaya, after having fought Thai troops for eight hours early in the morning. At 4:00 a.m., seventeen Imperial Japanese Navy bombers attacked Singapore, the first ever air raid aimed at the colony. It became evident Japanese aircraft bombers operating in Saigon, were now in range of Singapore.

Lieutenant-General Percival, GOC of Malaya at the time of the Japanese invasionThe Japanese were initially resisted by III Corps of the Indian Army and several British Army battalions. The Japanese quickly isolated individual Indian units defending the coastline, before concentrating their forces to surround the defenders and force their surrender.

The Japanese forces held a slight advantage in numbers on the ground in northern Malaya, and were significantly superior in close air support, armour, co-ordination, tactics and experience, with the Japanese units having fought in China. The Allies had no tanks, which had put them at a severe disadvantage. The Japanese also used bicycle infantry and light tanks, which allowed swift movement of their forces overland through the terrain that was covered with thick tropical rainforest.

A replacement for Operation Matador, named Operation Krohcol, was implemented on 8 December, but the Indian troops were easily defeated by the Japanese 5th Division, which had already landed in Pattani Province, Thailand.

The naval Force Z, consisting of the battleships HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse, together with four destroyers, and commanded by Admiral Tom Phillips had arrived right before the outbreak of hostilities. However, Japanese air superiority led to the sinking of the capital ships on 10 December 1941, leaving the east coast of Malaya exposed and allowing the Japanese to continue their landings.

The Allied fighter squadrons in Malaya, equipped with Brewster Buffaloes, were beset with numerous problems, including: poorly-built and ill-equipped planes; inadequate supplies of spare parts; inadequate numbers of support staff; airfields that were difficult to defend against air attack; lack of a clear and coherent command structure; antagonism between RAF and Royal Australian Air Force squadrons and personnel, and; inexperienced pilots lacking appropriate training.


Further adding to these problems was the A6M Zero which outclassed every Allied aircraft in Malaya. They suffered severe losses in the first week of the campaign, resulting in the ongoing merger of squadrons and their gradual evacuation to the Dutch East Indies. One pilot, Sergeant Malcolm Neville Read of 453 Squadron RAAF, sacrificed himself by ramming his Brewster Buffalo into a Ki-43 Oscar of 64th Sentai over Kuala Lumpur on 22 December 1941.

One squadron of the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force (ML-KNIL), 2-VLG-V, was deployed to Singapore, contributing to the Allied cause before being recalled to Java on 18 January. Several Dutch pilots, including Jacob van Helsdingen and August Deibel, responded to a number of air raids over Singapore while stationed at Kallang Airport. They claimed a total of six aircraft, particularly the Ki-27 Nate, which fared poorly in Malaya. Their involvement in Malaya, however, did little to weaken the Japanese air force.

Pilots of No. 453 Squadron RAAF responding to a scramble orderThe remaining offensive aircraft—the Bristol Blenheim, Lockheed Hudson light bombers and Vickers Vildebeest torpedo bombers—were obsolete. Most were quickly destroyed by Japanese aircraft and played an insignificant part in the campaign. One Blenheim pilot, Squadron Leader Arthur Scarf, was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for an attack on 9 December.

In addition the Japanese military intelligence service had managed to recruit a British officer, Captain Patrick Heenan, an Air Liaison Officer with the Indian Army.[11] While the effects of Heenan's actions are disputed, the Japanese were able to destroy almost every Allied aircraft in northern Malaya within three days. Heenan was arrested on 10 December and sent to Singapore. However, the Japanese had already achieved air superiority.

The defeat of Allied troops at Jitra by Japanese forces, supported by tanks moving south from Thailand on 11 December 1941 and the rapid advance of the Japanese inland from their Joho Bharu beachhead on the north-east coast of Malaya overwhelmed the northern defences. Without any real naval presence, the British were unable to challenge Japanese naval operations off the Malayan coast, operations which proved invaluable to the invading army. With virtually no remaining Allied planes, the Japanese also had mastery of the skies, leaving the Allied ground troops and civilian population exposed to air attack.


The Malayan island of Penang was bombed daily by the Japanese from 8 December and abandoned on 17 December. Arms, boats, supplies and a working radio station were left in haste to the Japanese. The evacuation of Europeans from Penang, with local inhabitants being left to the mercy of the Japanese, caused much embarrassment for the British and alienated them from the local population. Historians judge that "the moral collapse of British rule in Southeast Asia came not at Singapore, but at Penang"

On 23 December Major-General David Murray-Lyon of the Indian 11th Infantry Division was removed from command to little effect. By the end of the first week in January, the entire northern region of Malaya had been lost to the Japanese. At the same time, Thailand officially signed a Treaty of Friendship with Imperial Japan, which completed the formation of their loose military alliance. Thailand was then allowed by the Japanese to resume sovereignty over several sultanates in northern Malaya, thus consolidating their occupation. It did not take long for the Japanese army's next objective, the city of Kuala Lumpur, to fall. The Japanese entered and occupied the city unopposed on 11 January 1942. Singapore Island was now less than 200 miles away for the invading Japanese army.

The 11th Indian Division managed to delay the Japanese advance at Kampar for a few days, in which the Japanese suffered severe casualties in terrain that did not allow them to use their tanks or their air superiority to defeat the British. The 11th Indian Division was forced to retreat when the Japanese landed troops by sea south of the Kampar position. The British retreated to prepared positions at Slim River.

At the disastrous Slim River battle, in which two Indian brigades were practically annihilated, the Japanese used surprise and tanks to devastating effect in a risky night attack. The success of this attack forced Percival into replacing the 11th Indian Division with the 8th Australian Division.

By mid-January the Japanese had reached the southern Malayan state of Johore where, on 14 January, they encountered troops from the Australian 8th Division, commanded by Major-General Gordon Bennett, for the first time in the campaign. During engagements with the Australians, the Japanese experienced their first major tactical setback, due to the stubborn resistance put up by the Australians at Gemas. The battle, centred around the Gemensah Bridge, proved costly for the Japanese, who suffered up to 600 casualties but the bridge itself, which had been demolished during the fighting, was repaired within six hours.


As the Japanese attempted to outflank the Australians to the west of Gemas, one of the bloodiest battles of the campaign began on 15 January on the peninsula's West coast near the Muar River. Bennett allocated the weak 45th Indian Brigade (a new and half trained formation) to defend the river's South bank but the unit was outflanked by Japanese units landing from the sea and the Brigade was effectively destroyed with its commander, Brigadier H. C. Duncan, and all three of his battalion commanders killed. Two Australian infantry battalions, which had been sent to support the 45th Brigade, were also outflanked and their retreat cut off, with one of the Australian battalion commanders killed in the fighting around the town of Bakri, south-east of Muar. During the fighting at Bakri Australian anti-tank gunners had destroyed nine Japanese tanks, slowing the Japanese advance long enough for the surviving elements of the five battalions to attempt an escape from the Muar area.

Australian anti-tank gunners firing on Japanese tanks at the Muar-Parit Sulong RoadLed by Australian Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Anderson, the surviving Indian and Australian troops, formed Muar Force and fought a desperate four day withdrawal, to allow remnants of the Commonwealth troops withdrawing from northern Malaya to avoid being cut off and to push past the Japanese to safety. When Muar Force reached the bridge at Parit Sulong and found it to be firmly in enemy hands, Anderson, with mounting numbers of dead and wounded, ordered "every man for himself". Those that could took to the jungles, swamps and rubber plantations in search of their division headquarters at Yong Peng. The wounded were left to the mercy of the Japanese and all but two out of 135 were tortured and killed in the Parit Sulong Massacre. Anderson was awarded a Victoria Cross for his fighting withdrawal. The Battle of Muar cost the allies an estimated 3000 casualties including one brigadier and four battalion commanders.

On 20 January, further Japanese landings took place at Endau, in spite of an air attack by Vildebeest bombers. The final Commonwealth defensive line in Johore of Batu Pahat-Kluang-Mersing was now being attacked along its full length. Unfortunately Percival had resisted the construction of fixed defences in Johore, as on the North shore of Singapore, dismissing them in the face of repeated requests to start construction from his Chief Engineer, Brigadier Ivan Simson, with the comment "Defences are bad for morale."

On 27 January 1942 Percival received permission from the commander of the American-British-Dutch-Australian Command, General Archibald Wavell, to order a retreat across the Johore Strait to the island of Singapore.

On 31 January the last organised Allied forces left Malaya, and Allied engineers blew a hole, 70 feet (20 m) wide, in the causeway that linked Johore and Singapore (a few stragglers would wade across over the next few days). Japanese raiders and infiltrators, often disguised as Singaporean civilians, began to cross the Straits of Johor in inflatable boats soon afterwards.


In less than two months, the Battle for Malaya had ended in comprehensive defeat for the Commonwealth forces and their retreat from the Malay Peninsula. Nearly 50,000 Commonwealth troops had been captured or killed during the battle. The Japanese Army invaded the island of Singapore on 7 February 1942 and completed their conquest of the island on 15 February.

By the end of January, Patrick Heenan — British Indian Army Captain convicted of treason, after spying for Japan — had been court-martialled and sentenced to death. On 13 February, five days after the invasion of Singapore Island, and with Japanese forces approaching the city centre, Heenan was taken by military police to the waterside and was hastily executed. His body was thrown into the sea.

Google Power Search

Selalu kita cari bahan di web x jumpa, berikut aku bagi code2 yang boleh diguna untuk membantu korang membuat carian dengan lebih bijak dengan google




vacation hawaii =  the words vacation and Hawaii .

Maui OR Hawaii = either the word Maui or the word Hawaii

"To each his own" = the exact phrase to each his own

virus –computer  =  the word virus but NOT the word computer

+sock  = Only the word sock, and not the plural or any tenses or synonyms

~auto loan = loan info for both the word auto and its synonyms: truck, car, etc.

define:computer = definitions of the word computer from around the Web.

red * blue = the words red and blue separated by one or more words.




CALCULATOR
OPERATORS   MEANING          TYPE INTO SEARCH BOX

+                      addition                              45 + 39

-                      subtraction                          45 – 39

*                  multiplication                             45 * 39

/                        division                              45 / 39

%                       of percentage                     of 45% of 39

^                      raise to a power                              2^5



ADVANCED OPERATORS MEANING WHAT TO TYPE INTO SEARCH BOX (& DESCRIPTION OF RESULTS)

site: Search only one website admission site:www.stanford.edu

(Search Stanford Univ. site for admissions info.)

[#]…[#] Search within a

range of numbers DVD player $100..150

(Search for DVD players between $100 and $150)

link: linked pages link:www.stanford.edu

(Find pages that link to the Stanford University website.)

info: Info about a page info:www.stanford.edu

(Find information about the Stanford University website.)

related: Related pages related:www.stanford.edu

(Find websites related to the Stanford University website.)


Phrase search ("")

By putting double quotes around a set of words, you are telling Google to consider the exact words in that exact order without any change. Google already uses the order and the fact that the words are together as a very strong signal and will stray from it only for a good reason, so quotes are usually unnecessary. By insisting on phrase search you might be missing good results accidentally. For example, a search for [ "Alexander Bell" ] (with quotes) will miss the pages that refer to Alexander G. Bell.

Search within a specific website (site:)

Google allows you to specify that your search results must come from a given website. For example, the query [ iraq site:nytimes.com ] will return pages about Iraq but only from nytimes.com. The simpler queries [ iraq nytimes.com ] or [ iraq New York Times ] will usually be just as good, though they might return results from other sites that mention the New York Times. You can also specify a whole class of sites, for example [ iraq site:.gov ] will return results only from a .gov domain and [ iraq site:.iq ] will return results only from Iraqi sites.

Terms you want to exclude (-)

Attaching a minus sign immediately before a word indicates that you do not want pages that contain this word to appear in your results. The minus sign should appear immediately before the word and should be preceded with a space. For example, in the query [ anti-virus software ], the minus sign is used as a hyphen and will not be interpreted as an exclusion symbol; whereas the query [ anti-virus -software ] will search for the words 'anti-virus' but exclude references to software. You can exclude as many words as you want by using the - sign in front of all of them, for example [ jaguar -cars -football -os ]. The - sign can be used to exclude more than just words. For example, place a hyphen before the 'site:' operator (without a space) to exclude a specific site from your search results.

Fill in the blanks (*)

The *, or wildcard, is a little-known feature that can be very powerful. If you include * within a query, it tells Google to try to treat the star as a placeholder for any unknown term(s) and then find the best matches. For example, the search [ Google * ] will give you results about many of Google's products (go to next page and next page -- we have many products). The query [ Obama voted * on the * bill ] will give you stories about different votes on different bills. Note that the * operator works only on whole words, not parts of words.

Search exactly as is (+)

Google employs synonyms automatically, so that it finds pages that mention, for example, childcare for the query [ child care ] (with a space), or California history for the query [ ca history ]. But sometimes Google helps out a little too much and gives you a synonym when you don't really want it. By attaching a + immediately before a word (remember, don't add a space after the +), you are telling Google to match that word precisely as you typed it. Putting double quotes around a single word will do the same thing.

The OR operator

Google's default behavior is to consider all the words in a search. If you want to specifically allow either one of several words, you can use the OR operator (note that you have to type 'OR' in ALL CAPS). For example, [ San Francisco Giants 2004 OR 2005 ] will give you results about either one of these years, whereas [ San Francisco Giants 2004 2005 ] (without the OR) will show pages that include both years on the same page. The symbol
can be substituted for OR. (The AND operator, by the way, is the default, so it is not needed.)

Exceptions

Search is rarely absolute. Search engines use a variety of techniques to imitate how people think and to approximate their behavior. As a result, most rules have exceptions. For example, the query [ for better or for worse ] will not be interpreted by Google as an OR query, but as a phrase that matches a (very popular) comic strip. Google will show calculator results for the query [ 34 * 87 ] rather than use the 'Fill in the blanks' operator. Both cases follow the obvious intent of the query. Here is a list of exceptions to some of the rules and guidelines that were mentioned in this and the Basic Search Help article:

Exceptions to 'Every word matters'

Words that are commonly used, like 'the,' 'a,' and 'for,' are usually ignored (these are called stop words). But there are even exceptions to this exception. The search [ the who ] likely refers to the band; the query [ who ] probably refers to the World Health Organization -- Google will not ignore the word 'the' in the first query.

Synonyms might replace some words in your original query. (Adding + before a word disables synonyms.)

A particular word might not appear on a page in your results if there is sufficient other evidence that the page is relevant. The evidence might come from language analysis that Google has done or many other sources. For example, the query [ overhead view of the bellagio pool ] will give you nice overhead pictures from pages that do not include the word 'overhead.'

Punctuation that is not ignored

Punctuation in popular terms that have particular meanings, like [ C++ ] or [ C# ] (both are names of programming languages), are not ignored.

The dollar sign ($) is used to indicate prices. [ nikon 400 ] and [ nikon $400 ] will give different results.

The hyphen - is sometimes used as a signal that the two words around it are very strongly connected. (Unless there is no space after the - and a space before it, in which case it is a negative sign.)

The underscore symbol _ is not ignored when it connects two words, e.g. [ quick_sort ].

DATE RANGES: You may limit your search to an exact date of a "range" of dates that a page was indexed by Google. To use Google's "daterange" function, you will need to express your dates in "Julian" dates. This date format is express as an integer. To convert a common date into Julian format go to:

http://www.24hourtranslations.co.uk/dates.htm

As an example, if I wanted to find pages (about a certain topic) indexed by Google during the month of May 2003, I would type in:

"direct response marketing" daterange: 2452774-2452803

TYPES OF FILES: You can limit your Google search results to specific files ending in a particular extension (.doc, .txt, .rtf, .pdf etc...) To find a file on the topic "direct response marketing" in Adobe (.pdf) format you would type in:

"direct response marketing" filetype:pdf


You can exclude certain types of files from your search by doing a "negative" search and placing a "minus" ( - ) sign in front of the "filetype:"


ANCHOR TEXT SEARCHES: Allow you to just search the "anchor" text in web page link anchors. Link anchors are the words that appear between: <.a href="yadayada.html">Direct Response Marketing<.a>

In this case it's the phrase Direct Response Marketing.



PLAIN TEXT SEARCHES: By using Google's "intext" search capabilities, you can search JUST the body text of web pages and not any links, urls or titles, just the body. Simply type:

intext:"direct response marketing"

CACHE SEARCHING: This form of searching will only search for results on sites that are stored in Google's "cache' or memory. This sometimes can give you older versions of sites. Example:

cache: direct-response-marketing.net

LINK SEARCHES: Want to know how many and what sites have links back to your site? Just search for your domain preceded by "link:"

link: direct-response-marketing.net

INFO SEARCHING: Find out what information Google has stored about a particular web page or site by searching:

info: direct-response-marketing.net

GOOGLE'S PHONEBOOK: Yes, Google has a phenomenal phone book database allowing you to search for both residential and business phone numbers. You may use the following search orders:

FN or FI (first name or first initial), LN (last name), city

FN (FI), LN, state

FN (FI), LN, area code

FN (FI), LN, zip code

phone # including area code (ex: 111-222-3333)

LN, city, state

LN, zip code

To find the phone number of the Whitehouse you would search:

phonebook: whitehouse washington dc

To find the phone number of the John Smith in Anytown, NY you could search:

phonebook: john smith ny

or

phonebook: smith anytown ny

or

phonebook: j smith ny

STOCK SEARCHING: Google can generate results on just about any stock because they use the stock information from the Yahoo! finance pages. For example:

stocks: ebay

Phew! Now, this list isn't even exhaustive, but it will give 99.99% of you enough information and insight to start REALLY tapping into the top ranked search engine in the world:



Google.com Go have some fun!

Ubuntu bukan kau yang buntu

Ubuntu adalah sebuah sistem operasi lengkap yang berasaskan Linux. Ia sesuai digunakan pada pelbagai jenis komputer. Apa yang menarik mengenai Ubuntu ialah, ianya PERCUMA!!! Anda bebas menggunakannya di mana sahaja. Ubuntu juga dilengkapi dengan aplikasi asas yang anda perlukan.Perisian yang disertakan dalam Ubuntu adalah bebas dan bersumber terbuka. Hebat bukan?

Jangan tak percaya, Ubuntu memang percuma. Anda boleh muat turun, disalin dalam cakera padat dan dikongsi dengan sesiapa sahaja. Bukan seperti perisian Microsoft Windows yang memerlukan anda membayar lesen. Sungguhpun Ubuntu tidak kebal,namun setakat ini, tiada lagi virus yang dapat menerobos masuk ke sistem operasi ini.

Bagi syarikat atau sesiapa yang mahukan persekitaran aplikasi yang stabil, anda boleh menggunakan versi Sokongan Jangka Panjang SJP (atau LTS, Long Term Support) yang akan disokong selama 3 tahun untuk komputer peribadi dan 5 tahun untuk komputer pelayan.

Dengan Aplikasi Pemasangan yang mudah, anda hanya perlukan lebih kurang 25 minit sahaja untuk memasang Ubuntu pada komputer anda.

Statement tu aku petik dari http://ubuntu.com.my/. Untuk guna Ubuntu, anda boleh download dari web ubuntu atau request cd secara percuma. Selain itu, banyak maklumat ubuntu di internet untuk ada perolehi. Sebelum install, anda boleh memasang versi demo untuk memastikan pilihan anda betul. Jika anda rasa OS inni tidak sesuai, tiada paksaan untuk anda install.

Orang bila da rasa best

Pagi nie aku naik motor p isi minyak, tiba jer kat stesen minyak nampak macam penuh, tapi tak penuh pun. Tapi yang hempehnya ada lak minah kelisa cilok motor punya pam. Tapi x per lah dia rabun kot, x nampak pam keta banyak kosong. Aku p ler park belakang bontot keta dia sebab pam motor memang double pam, x cam pam keta. Tapi dia punya eksen tu mak aiii mengalahkan artis paling popular zaman 50an.

Bila aku nak isi minyak, aku ambik ler pam no 7. Minat ni guna pam 8. tapi di hempas pam dia guna cam tu stesen mak dia punya. Tapi bila aku pikir balik, biasanya lau org lelaki drive, dia x cam pompuan berlagak skit (x semua). Satu lagi biasanya lau org tu cilok pam moto dia mintak maaf lau halang moto nak isi minyak. Tapi pompuan nie aii hangin aku tgk, nasib baik aku x rasa best cam dia. Lau x aku calar jer keta dia.

Apa yang aku citer tadi adalah kisah hidup org melayu. Biasanya org melayu gitu. bila senang skit mula tgok kelangit. tu baru pakai kelisa, lau pakai BMW aku rasa mesti x boleh org ader dlm stesen minyak tu time dia isi minyak. Apa di ingat di sorang ader keta. Ingat mat2 motor x der keta ker.

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