NO MORE Official Super Bowl Ad

30 January 2015

This is perhaps the best Super Bowl ad to appear in a long time. It went viral recently:

The origin of this was a thread in reddit a few months ago, in which people discuss unforgettable 911 calls:


Open House Aidan

9 September 2013


Para pembaca blog ini dijemput untuk menghadiri Open House & Office-Warming Aidan sempena pembukaan pejabat baru kami.

TARIKH: Sabtu, 14th September 2013.

MASA: 1-5 pm.

MENU: Nasi Briyani, Kuzi Kambing, Dalca, Ayam Masak Merah, Jelata, Kambing Golek, Sate, dan banyak lagi.

TEMPAT: 100-1, 102-1 & 102-2, Jalan 2/23A, Off Jalan Genting Klang, 53300 Setapak, KL (not far from Puspakom & Wardieburn Camp, beside CIMB Setapak, opposite Colombia Hospital).


Sila datang yer, walaupun sekejap 🙂

Kangaroo Math Competition Malaysia

13 March 2013



Kangaroo Math Competition (KMC) is the world’s largest mathematics contest, with participation from more than 6 million students from 49 countries in 2012 alone. The Kangaroo, also known as Le Kangourou in French, originated in France in the early 1980s, inspired by the success of a similar contest in Australia (hence, the contest is named after the famed Australian marsupial). The contest is organized by the Association Kangourou san Frontieres (AKSF), based in Paris. Malaysia joined AKSF as a member in 2012.

The KMC consists of one round of multiple choice question paper, which is given at the student’s own school. This arrangement allows the maximum number of students to participate. There are no selection rounds or qualifying exam, there is only one paper to be taken by the participants. All participants in the world will write the same test simultaneously.


Who can join KMC?

The KMC contest is open to all primary, secondary, and pre-university students. Participants will be divided into 6 categories based on their school year.


Why students should join KMC?

Malaysian students will have the opportunity to achieve certification and recognition from an internationally prominent educational body. Students are then able to include the KMC certificate in their school portfolio tostrengthen their application for universities and scholarships.


When is the KMC?

Students from Malaysia will have the opportunity to participate in KMC for the first time ever this year. The first KMC contest will take place on 3 April 2013.


To learn more about the KMC Malaysia, visit the following pages:

Introduction — history, objectives, eligibility, statistics

Competition — categories, dates & venue, format, procedure, rules & regulations, awards, registration fee

Syllabus & Samples


We look forward to welcoming you to the first ever Kangaroo contest in Malaysia!


Questions? Email us at or call us at 03-41317672.

Ebiz1Malaysia – Portal Perniagaan Online di Malaysia

10 January 2013

En. Shahabudeen Jalil dan En. Khairul Anwar bercakap mengenai program Ebiz1Malaysia di rancangan Agenda Awani. Ebiz1Malaysia merupakan program penggalakan perniagaan yang dikendalikan oleh Mynic Berhad (agensi di bawah MOSTI) dengan kerjasama Lotdotmy Sdn. Bhd.


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How to practice writing: Hackwriting

3 January 2013

The secret to prolific writing is to practice writing fast and accurately. It takes many years of practice to be able to write long articles fast, with few errors. Seasoned journalists and columnists, having long toiled under strict deadlines, have the ability to write a long, error-free article in no time, as easily as eating a hotdog.

One way to practice writing is to do hack-writing. Hack-writing means getting paid to write for other people. In the past, the term “hack writer” is often used pejoratively, to imply that a writer is untalented, and can only make a living churning low-level articles or pulp novels to be published anonymously.

Despite the negative connotation, hack-writing is a hobby of mine. You can make very little money doing it (only a few $ per article), but it’s a good writing practice and on top of that, you can learn about different topics too. I have written about, among others: racehorses, garden ornaments, flyfishing, and vacation destinations.


Some unscrupulous people try to cheat by copying a similar article from somewhere, then making minor changes to the article like substituting a word with its synonym or changing the word order or merging two articles by copy-pasting. Articles made in this way are called “spun” articles. Spinning article is against the spirit of hack-writership, and some hack-writing websites install an anti-plagiarism software to single out spun articles.

Most of the requests on hack-writing sites are bullshit, like writing a fake Amazon review or writing a keyword-laden article to improve the SEO of a website. But there are also requests for high quality work, although these are few and far between.

A good place to do hackwriting is iWriter. I’ve been writing at iWriter for almost a year, and have cashed out a bit (my earnings are transferred into my PayPal account every month). Don’t worry, it’s not a scam — although it does attract some unsavory “internet marketer” types. They also pay on time.

Some of the “Elite” writers (with a ranking of at least 4.6 out of 5 stars) and “Premier” writers (at least 4 stars) are very good. I suspect that these are actual writers, moonlighting in between their freelance jobs and magazine gigs.

On iWriter, you can request articles too for a price, but make sure you choose “Elite” or “Premier” writers to write your article. Otherwise you’ll get a crappy article written by someone whose English is his third language. As of now, I am an Elite writer.

You may click on the link below, or on the right sidebar, to go to iWriter:


Mari Join Bengkel Kedai Online anjuran

31 December 2012


Fez: City of Saints

24 December 2012


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