Thursday, 27 September 2012

Don't Disturb Please...(DDP)

One of my main important reasons to use silly bookmarks is like this.........

Well,when you need some quiet reading time in a private places? Cut your bookmark and dangle from your earlobe to become a social pariah!!!!!!

Like this.....

But i used this for another use ........hehehe

I used this in my bathroom (my only private room) .............hahahahaha

Monday, 17 September 2012


How To survive a heart attack when alone..

Let's say it's 6.15pm and you're going home (alone of course),
after an unusually hard day on the job. You're really tired, upset and frustrated. Su
ddenly you start experiencing severe pain in your chest that starts to drag out into your arm and up into your jaw. You are only about five miles from the hospital nearest your home. Unfortunately you don't kno

w if you'll be able to make it that far. You have been trained in CPR, but the guy that taught the course did not tell you how to perform it on yourself..!!


Since many people are alone when they suffer a heart attack, without help, the person whose heart is beating improperly and who begins to feel faint, has only about 10 seconds left before losing consciousness.

However, these victims can help themselves by coughing repeatedly and very vigorously.

A deep breath should be taken before each cough, and the cough must be deep and prolonged, as when producing sputum from deep inside the chest.

A breath and a cough must be repeated about every two seconds without let-up until help arrives, or until the heart is felt to be beating normally again.

Deep breaths get oxygen into the lungs and coughing movements squeeze the heart and keep the blood circulating.

The squeezing pressure on the heart also helps it regain normal rhythm. In this way, heart attack victims can get to a hospital.

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Emerging types of blogs

The rise of technology has made dramatic changes on how people live especially in the area of communications.
As the technology rapidly grows, the way we interact with people also rapidly changes.

In this post, I'll list out the type of blogs that emerged from the rapid growth and changes of technology.

-Social Media blogs

Who would not know what a social network is? Since the birth of social medias, It's no wonder that a lot of bloggers writes about social media updates to attract readers. Social media is now the #1 topic on the internet and the rise of it's audience have urged so many writers to write a content about it.
-News blogs

Still on newspaper? well, an online newspaper would do more well and would reach more readers that normal newspaper can. People from all over the world can access the internet at anytime. News writers have leveraged this fact to extend their reach.
-Educational blogs

It's information age, and education has greatly changed since the internet was open to the people from all around the world. People can learn at the comfort of their home or anywhere as long as their connected. And this leaded to many writers writing educational content.
-Local blogs

As what I've said earlier, technology has affected the way we communicate. Now, people are taking advantage of it and publishes content to be read locally. It's efficient and can spread immediately, and that makes it a great tool when you want to reach your audience at a small amount of time.
-Networked blogs

From just a mere way to write an online journal; blogging has somewhat evolved into a tool for professional writers to publish their content and reach wide audience to make a living. Networked blogs are niche blogs that has several authors  that work together to take advantage of one blog to another.

The above type of blogs are today's most growing, you can observe that the content people publishes from their blogs is due to the rise of global changes.

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

How To Add HTML Code On Blogs

Web Language  
 If you will dig dipper on how web sites are created you will know that it is made up of hundreds of words or so called HTML, HTML or Hyper-Text Mark-up Language is a set of tags or codes that is interpreted by a web browser to display a website.

HTMLs On Your Blog

Sometimes when you would like to add widgets on your blog, they will require you to insert a set of HTML codes on your website or blog, and it maybe confusing at first especially if your new to the blogging platform you use.
With the overwhelming aspects and configurations of different blogging platforms such as Blogger, WordPress Joomla, LiveJournal and Tumblr adding an HTML code can get you dizzy if your not familiar with it.

How To Add HTML on Your Blog

So Here are the steps on how you could insert HTML code on the blogging platform you are using.
Go To, Then Choose the Blog you want to insert the HTML code and click on "Design" --> Then click on "Add a Gadget" --> Then Choose and Click on HTML/JavaScript --> Then insert Your HTML code and optionally add a title then save.

Go to, Then hover to "My Account" and Click on "Global Dash Board" --> Then click on "My Blogs" --> Click your Blog --> on the left sidebar click on "Widgets" --> Now, Drag and drop the "Text" widget to your sidebar --> and then insert your HTML code.

Update: For Installed WordPress system, Login To Your WordPress account First -> Then when you are on your dashboard; Click on Appearance -> Next, Click on Widgets -> Now, Drag and drop the "Text" widget to your sidebar --> and then insert your HTML code.

Go to and Log into the administrator control panel --> Click on Article Manager --> Select an Article or Create a new one --> Click on "HTML" button -->Type your HTML into the HTML Source Editor or copy and paste your scripts into the box --> and lastly, clicked on Update then save.

Go to and Login to LiveJournal --> Hover on Journal Tab and Click on "Journal Style" --> and on the bottom part, click on "Customize Selected Theme" --> Click on "Sidebars" --> Then insert your HTML code on the "Content of custom block" field.

And that's it!

Getting more familiar with your blogging platform gives you an edge and easiness on your blogging life, things may seem overwhelming for you at first, but as you use your blogging platform, you will surely know how you could get around it very well.

Monday, 10 September 2012

7 Avengers Too Lame for the Movies

Captain America officially opens Friday and word has it there’s a trailer for the Avengers at the end, which you may have seen online in all its poorly lit, pirated glory. While the movie promises to be the biggest damn thing in the history of comic book movies to date (and that includes the two kick ass Swamp Thing movies from the 80’s) there’s still some important decisions that have to go into making sure it doesn’t tank like so much Howard the Duck. And that means making sure a handful of Avengers are scheduled to be out of town during filming. Fact is, not everyone on the team’s roster is as cool as the Hulk or Iron Man, but they do make good movie trivia fodder. And no, we will not mention anyone from the Great Lakes Avengers, because those clowns don’t count.


Are you familiar with D-Man? Of course not. D-Bag perhaps is a better name, but D-Man (aka Demolition Man) was a second string Avenger who, quite on purpose, looked like the bastard love child of Daredevil and Wolverine. Why? Because they were both epically more popular than this jobber could ever be and D-Bag’s parents couldn’t be bothered to give a shit either way what he wore outside.
B-Man’s powers consist of the standard mix of uncreative powers that literally every lazy character has – super strength, speed and stamina, but with the added bonus of a mild drug addiction and a heart condition. Because who cares why.
In the books, after working with him on some cockamamie scheme in the past, Captain America invites D-Bag to be the first new Avenger after the old team disbands. Then he promptly blows up in a plane crash. But fear not, because much later he does return, apparently have suffered a mental breakdown and bunking with Eskimos. Avengers, ho!

Two Gun Kid

If there’s one thing modern comics don’t have enough of it’s novelty cowboys. Like, the X-men are cool and all, but wouldn’t Iceman have been way more awesome if, instead of being able to freeze things, he wore a blue cowboy hat and a red neckerchief and his superpowers consisted of no actual superpowers whatsoever, but he was really good with a lasso? No? Huh.


There are some fine doctors in the world of comics; Dr. Doom, Dr. Octopus, Dr. Phil, but every so often someone with a PhD from a Caribbean correspondence school sneaks in and makes us all feel bad. In this case, Dr. Druid (not a codename) who is a master of hypnosis and some dime-store magic, serves as the all powerful understudy to Dr. Strange! No really, his job was to be Dr. Strange if Dr. Strange couldn’t handle the job. But he did. So Dr. Druid had no point at all, really. Good for him!

Ulysses Bloodstone

With a name this awesome you’re probably wondering how Uly here got on the list, but don’t call us liars yet. You see, Ulysses is like 10,000 years old thanks to an alien stone embedded in his chest and, as a result of that stone, he has increased speed. And strength. Dexterity. Intelligence. Reflexes. Senses. Healing abilities. Plus he’s immortal. And immune to disease. And he’s rich. And he can speak all languages. And he can use all weapons. And he once invented a wetter kind of water. And he can clap with one hand. And he’s seen all celebrities naked. And he can pee and then just stop mid stream if he wants to. He should have been the Avengers all by himself.

The Whizzer

After graduating from the Superhero Community College of Awesome Names, The Whizzer jumped right into the Avengers with the super unique power of running very fast. Yeah, he’s the Flash. Except the Flash is a DC character, so he’s the Marvel version. Except Quicksilver is the Marvel version. And had been an Avenger for over 10 years before the Whizzer showed up. So he’s just a rerun with a piss name.


Lest you think there’s no diversity in the Avengers, meet Maria de Guadalupe Santiago, the Avenger with the most Hispanic name Marvel writers could come up with after a 2 hour brainstorming session. Maria may trick you, at first glance, into thinking she doesn’t suck, because he powers are to basically become a werewolf. Thing is it’s not necessarily a wolf that she turns into, it’s various rainforesty animals from her home country of Marvel-Made-Up-A-South-American-Country-Istan. They could have just said she was Columbian, but instead they made her from Costa Verde. Whatever.
Anyway, it still seems like she could have potential – were jaguar, were anaconda, that’s kind of badass. But then you look at the list of things she’s turned into you and you’ll see the words “cockatoo” and “sloth.”
Now admittedly, a were sloth can do all kinds of things, Renee Zellwegger is remarkably popular, but in the world of superheroes you really need to step it up.


Oh, Starfox. So this guy’s real name is Eros and his super power is the ability to stimulate the pleasure centers of your brain. So he’s like a psychic boner. And he was accused in one storyline of being a rapist. Superhero indeed.

Tuesday, 4 September 2012


The company known for serious office work has mashed up with Atari and ruined the productivity of your entire morning. Maybe afternoon as well.
In honor of forty years of gaming goodness, Atari partnered up recently with Microsoft and released, online for free, re-imagined versions of their classic games. Yes, forty years. I'm feeling pretty damn old now, too.
After you settle in at your office machine, let your coffee or tea simmer as you enjoy "re-imagined" versions of Asteroids, Centipede, Super Breakout, Yar's Revenge, Missile Command, Combat, Lunar Lander, and even Pong.
The games have more modern, updated graphics, as well as a bottom-up redesign using HTML5, which is supposed to mean they'll work just as well via mouse and keyboard on PC or Mac, or by touch on tablet or smart phone. Go ahead, give 'em a try...
Internet Explorer has released a glitzy introductory video highlighting the games release online...

I have to say that some of the games lack an intuitive interface, so make sure to visit the Game Info button before starting any game of interest. You'll want to know which keyboard keys to clack away on, especially with Asteroids.
Are you a game developer with a memory-filled soft spot for Atari? Then you might want to check out their Developer Center, where you can tap into their software development kit (SDK) and make your own Atari-based HTML 5 games!
If you want to learn more about the online Atari Arcade project, feast your eyes and ears here...

 The games are buggy on tablets, as some (including Pong) require Flash, and others I couldn't get to work on my 7" tablet. I recommend sticking with your Mac or PC for the games.
One other gripe of mine? The Atari pages throw up what looks like ugly Adsense ads, unless you play in Internet Explorer. Seriously? Microsoft is worth almost $260 billion, and Atari's market cap although minor, is still roughly $35 million. Who thought it would be a good idea to break up an otherwise slick navigation scheme in Chrome and Firefox with white text ads for Google's Nexus 7?