Posts from the ‘Intermezzo’ Category

Baru Padat: Friday Favorit

Yeah, maybe you’re lucky even the slightest. That’s still a blessing it is, whatever it is

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This week’s three selections address some of our favorite topics: reading and writing. If you’re looking for inspiring and thought-provoking posts, you’re in luck. From the hunger that develops when a reader can’t find the time to read, to the power of the dictionary and your own memories, we’ve got something for everyone.

We are all travelers here

I miss the feel of bound paper between my fingers.

At daybreak, my quiet commute, punctuated by the flipflipflip of pages, chapters, worlds.

At nightfall, crisp, cool sheets, and the sweet scent of sleep. My heavy eyelids and my frantic panic to read just one more (just one more) paragraph, before giving in to rest.

After a hectic month cut into her reading time, Vanessa at Rant and Roll succinctly and beautifully describes longing for the written word. We’ve all been there, haven’t we? Occupied with our other pursuits, some of them…

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Sebuah peta hidup menunjukkan hiruk-pikuk global mengedit di Wikipedia

This is the activity of life, never stops and is always co-exist. One stop, in another place filled with different activities in the period that continues to spin as if will not stop

Barisan Nasional Terus Resist di Malaysia: Pengalaman Indonesia Awaits

It is sometimes brings good and bad influences in various fields, not only the language but also the economic and lifestyle influences in it. Regardless of any occupation in the past, which is already free today. Although these two countries, Indonesia and Malaysia have somehow always fight each culture has in fact been the hallmark of their style – one in each country, may not make the split between the friendship between the two

History's Shadow

Malaysia and Indonesia are Southeast Asian neighbours. They also share a similar history of European colonisation, the Indonesians breaking free of Dutch rule in 1949, the majority of Malaysians from Great Britain in 1957. Development in both countries followed a similar path in the wake of independence. A strong, autocratic leadership took control of each country, enacting wide-ranging economic reforms based on export-led growth, nationalisation of key industries and stringent wage labour controls.

One party dominated the political landscape in each country for much of the late 20th century. In Indonesia, after the overthrow of Sukarno in 1967, that party was Golkar, led with resolute conviction by President Suharto. In Malaysia, it was the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO). Along with their coalition partners from the Chinese (Malaysian Chinese Association) and Indian (Malaysian Indian Congress) minority ethnic groups in Malaysia, the UMNO formed the formidable Barisan Nasional (BN). Amongst several…

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Four years and …

Four years and $54 million later, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is finally ready to launch a surveillance unit capable of spying on Skype conversations and other Internet communications.

Thoughts?

The FBI’s New Unit Can Spy on Skype and Wireless Communications »
Four years and $54 million later, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is finally ready to launch a surveillance unit capable of spying on Skype conversations and other Internet communications.

Cute babies evian ever, lol :)

 

The secret to a higher salary is to ask for nothing at all

Request a high salary without proving the good performance also be considered, although the smallest of things and might be considered trivial

Magic Words of Persuasion

Persuasion and Influence Words That Change Minds – Kevin Hogan