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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Setiap tahun, inilah perkara-perkara wajib yang paling kita suka semasa Hari Raya. Kalau salah satunya tak ada, Hari Raya tak akan sempurna.

1. Cuti panjang
Bila raya datang, cuti pun panjang! Walaupun kerajaan dah bagi dua hari cuti free, kita akan tambah lagi dua tiga hari cuti supaya dapat sambut raya lama sikit. Minda kita akan terasa bebas daripada bebanan kerja, stres di pejabat, kesesakan jalan raya yang kita kena tempuh setiap hari, dan bebas daripada makian boss. Hari Raya adalah masa untuk bergembira!
2. Dah tak payah puasa
3. Balik kampung
4. Baju baru, kasut baru, semua baru!
5. Duit Raya
6. Makanan, makanan, dan makanan!
7. Open house
8. Family time
9. Masa dengan kawan-kawan
10. Banyak filem baru muncul di kaca TV

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 #lifetyle #hariraya2015 #hariraya #balikkampung #seismik #xpax #magicsim

Know how to spot scams that are too good to be true.

1. The Rental Scam. Common in classifieds sites and forums.
Modus operandi: The conmen usually advertise incredible properties at attractive rents in exclusive areas. They will then trick the target by asking them to transfer their deposits and rental advances through money transfer agencies such as Western Union.

Example: Sisters Alexandra, 19, and Zaire Sheppard, 18, from Holloway wanted to leave home and rent their own flat. They spotted an advert on the Gumtree website for a two-bedroom apartment in Belgrove Street close to King’s Cross. The cost was £650 per month plus a deposit of £700. They emailed the owner ‘Lin Dong’ who told Alexandra that he had trouble with tenants before and he wanted proof that they could afford the rent and deposit. So he asked Alexandra to send a payment of £1350 through Western Union, not to him, but to a trusted friend or relative. All ‘Lin Dong’ asked for was a scanned copy of the transfer payment receipt so that he could verify that she had the available funds.

Alexandra sent the payment to her sister Zaire, through a Western Union franchise in Golders Green and then emailed the receipt to ‘Lin Dong’. The transfer document clearly stated that the ‘Receiver’ was Zaire Sheppard. That was the last Alexandra heard from ‘Lin Dong’… because sometime after sending the money, a fraudster, with fake ID, pretending to be Zaire Sheppard walked into a Western Union office somewhere in the world with the scanned receipt and took the money. Alexandra said: “I was put off my guard because I was not asked to send the money directly to Lin Dong – I sent the money to my sister.”

What you should do:
1. Always ensure that you arrange for an on-the-site tour of the said property.
2. Check out the rental rates of other properties to see the going rate. If the rate is much lower than the average rate, it probably is a scam.
3. Run a Google image search on the property photos.
2. The Romance Scam. Common in online dating sites and social networks.
3. The Nigerian Fraud Scheme. Common in emails and social networks.
4. The Auction And Merchandise Scam. Common in auction sites such as eBay.
5. The Credit Card Scam. Common in fake websites mimicking banks.
6. The Lottery Scam. Common in emails and social network sites.
7. The Overpayment Scam. Common in auction and classifieds sites.
8. The Charity Scam. Common in emails, social networks, and websites.
9. The Share And Win Scam. Common in social network sites.

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These breathtaking hiking trails in KL, Selangor and Pahang will change your mind about bumping your 'get fit' resolution next year!

1. Bukit Kiara Park in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
Difficulty level: Easy.
Duration from base to peak: One hour to 90 minutes for the tarmac and jungle trails.
Opening hours: Daily.
Highlights: Besides hikers, there are trails suitable for joggers, cyclists, mountain bikers and occasionally horse riders!
Cost: None.
Things you should know: Monkeys may appear sometimes so be alert.

2. Broga Hill in Semenyih, Selangor
3. Canopy Walk in Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), Kepong
4. Rainbow Falls in Sungai Lembing, Kuantan
5. Panorama Hill in Sungai Lembing, Kuantan
6. Chiling Waterfalls in Kuala Kubu Bharu
7. Bukit Nanas also known as KL Forest Eco Park in Kuala Lumpur
8. Gunung Nuang in Hulu Langat, Selangor
9. Bukit Tabur in Taman Melawati, Selangor 

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#lifestyle #hike #hikingtrails #selangor #kualalumpur #pahang #broga #frasershill #family #friends #adventure #exercise #sports

Friday, June 26, 2015


This tutorial assumes that we

  • do not care about comercial applications of the seedbox;
  • want to setup a fully functional seedbox with good performance on a separate computer within a home network;
  • dislike the Console/Terminal but not completely;
  • will access our seedbox remotely from a local network from a second or a third computer, or from a remote location outside the local network, for instance, from a university.



  • Install a fresh copy of Ubuntu 10.04 LTE Desktop Homepage | Ubuntu , boot it and play with it. After playing a bit an update window should pop up. Click Update! A system restart will be required after the update.
  • Click the right mouse button on the desktop -> Change Desktop Background -> Visual Effects -> Choose None. This is actually a crucial step because VNC Viewer does not support visual effects from a remote connection, therefore it will not work.
  • Click System -> Preferences -> Remote Desktop. Enable Allow other users to view desktop, Allow other users to control desktop. Disable You must confirm each access to this machine. Enable Require user to enter this password (type in a password you like).
  • Go to your Home folder. You will find some default folders there. Leave them there and create another folder and name it Torrent Downloads. Since downloads from various programs goes into Downloads by default, we do not want to create mess, so we will use a separate folder for torrent downloads.

Friday, March 20, 2015

1. Acoustica Basic Edition

Acoustica is a beautifully designed, comprehensive audio editor built for recording, editing, mixing, mastering and batch-processing.
Most of the features are available with the free edition, but the multitrack editing, offline analytics tools, certain audio effects and audio restoration funcations are behind a paywall.
The Standard version costs $39.90; the Premium is $119.90. Click here for a full list of features and their respective prices.

2. Audacity

Audacity is a great open-source audio recording and editing program compatible with most operating systems. The software lets you record live audio through a mixer or microphone; you can also import MP3, WAV, AIFF and OGG file formats -- then, digitize previous recordings, edit them and export.
It comes with an array of effects, from Equalization to Bass Boost, and lets you remove superfluous background noise.
There are keyboard shortcuts to optimize your workflow, too. And the best part? It comes with automatic crash recovery.

3. AudioTool

AudioTool is a great beat-making app, similar to GarageBand. It has a simple, visually pleasing interface, and lets you create complex audio arrangements with more than 14 effects.
AudioTools also has a helpful Wiki page that teaches you how to perform actions; for example, how to set up your MIDI controller or use the Splitter tool. When you're finished making a beat, export the audio as an MP3 file.
Check it out in the Chrome Web Store.

4. Tunekitten Audio Editor

Tunekitten Audio Editor is a lightweight audio app that lets you cut tracks and apply basic effects, like fade-in and fade-out. It's non-destructive, so you can undo and redo your edits repeatedly. You can also input various file formats, including AVI, MP3, OGG and WAV files. You can't, however, record audio directly through the program.
The app is powered entirely by JavaScript, so no Flash required. However, some user reviews report problems with crashing.

5. MP3 Cutter

MP3 Cutter is an audio cutter. In other words, it helps you edit down MP3 files into small audio snippets. Once you've edited the clip, export it as an MP3, WAV or OGG file.

6. MP3Gain

MP3Gain isn't a complete editing program, but it does provide an essential audio service. As with most normalizers, you can peak normalization, so you're not constantly adjusting the volume of tracks.
What makes it superior to other normalizers is that it also lets you statistically analyze how loudly your files sound to the human ear. It adjusts the MP3 file directly, so there's no quality lost through decoding and re-coding.

7. Audio Joiner

Audio Joiner is a great app for combining several songs onto a single track. The app lets you cross-fade tracks and adjust certain intervals. There's no limit to the number of songs you combine, and it's compatible with a number of file formats, including MP3, M4A and WAV. It runs entirely online, too, so there's no need to download anything.

8. Reaper

Reaper is a compact, downloadable digital audio workstation. Using it, you can record, arrange, edit, mix, layer and render audio. It's non-destructive, so you can undo and redo edits without corrupting your file.
Reaper is compatible with almost all operating systems; however, you can only use the editor while connected to the Internet. The free trial period lasts for 30 days, but after that, it's $50 or $225, depending on the plan.

9. WavePad

WavePad is free for non-commercial use -- something it reminds you whenever you open the program. It has a clean, modern interface and supports a wide array of file formats. It additionally has a text-to-speech module, lets you rip and burn CDs and comes with tons of editing effects and batch-processing.

10. WaveShop

WaveShop is an audio editor for Windows XP, Windows 7 and Vista. The program's claim to fame is its "bit-perfect" audio editor, which doesn't alter audio samples unless they absolutely need to be changed. When you edit a portion of a file, only that portion will be adjusted -- the rest remins unaffected.
WaveShop supports most file formats, including AAC/MP4, MP3, FLAC and OGG/Vorbis. It allows for non-destructive editing, fade-in and -out and audio file format conversion. Additionally, you'll find an extensive support page.

11. Wavosaur

Wavosaur is a Windows-only application that lets you record, render and mix audio. The file is extremely small, taking up only 225 KB of storage, but still boasts some of the best features for editing. You can change the bit rates of files, convert file formats, normalize and apply other edits to audio files; plus, the editing process is non-destructive, so you can easily undo and redo any changes.
It's compatible with other downloadable software additions and plugins, too.

12. Fission

Fission is a freemium app exclusively for Macs. Using it, you can crop, trim, paste and join audio files. Fission doesn't decode and re-code files, so you don't lose any quality when making adjustments. It also supports file conversion, so you can rapidly export or batch-convert files to the MP3, AAC, Apple Lossless, FLAC, AIFF, and WAV formats.

13. Nero WaveEditor

Nero WaveEditor is an audio processing tool for basic editing and recording. It accommodates AC3,AIF, AIFF, MP3, WMA, MP4, OGG, WAV, WAVE and NWF files. It also allows for non-destructive processing.

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Monday, March 2, 2015

Wanting to buy your own house and being financially capable of doing so are two different things.

While banks and financial institutes exist to help you make big purchases like this, it does not mean you throw caution to the wind and plunge you and your family into a long cycle of debt.

If you think you are ready to buy a property though, there are several questions you must ask yourself first. In this article, we’ll take a look at five of the most important ones;

1. Your financial situation:

It’s simple really. If you don’t have the money or the means to pay the bank back every month and live comfortably at the same time, then you are financially unable to own your property. Buying property is something you plan years for and this will include immense savings and a functional budget worked out. You must account for things like taxes, insurances, maintenances, upkeeps and market fluctuations.

2. Down payment: 

The down payment amounts vary on the type of loan you pick up. A first-time home buyer’s down payment will be different from someone buying their third property for example. There are also loan-set up fees, agent fees, home inspections and other miscellaneous fees that you are expected to cover on your own and with cash. Preparing for this is important.

3. Stable income:

Buying and sustaining your property when you lack a full time job with a stable income is a dangerous thing to do. Unless you are certain that you can fall back on a stable monthly pay check, you should delay any thought towards purchasing property.
4. Debts:
Being in debt is a cultural trend. There are very few people in the world that can safely say they lead a debt free life. From buying cars to shopping on credit cards, we constantly enter ourselves in a cycle of earning, loaning and paying back cash. However, as long as your debts are under control and you are comfortably living while paying them back, only then should you entertain thoughts about property buying. Buying a home arguably creates the biggest debt so being in control of your finances is essential.

5. Contingency plan & fund:
A backup plan and extra money to serve as a cushion against sudden setbacks is a necessary requirement. You should not put all eggs in the basket so to speak, instead squirrel sufficient cash away for a rainy day.

Source: propertyguru.com.my

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

#1 Come up from behind and kiss her 

Probably one of the most underrated affectionate gestures of all time. But, there's no reason she should have to ask that this happens at every single opportunity




#2 Give her foot rubs

Women by nature are maternal and caring. So chances of her putting out affectionate and catering energy more than her man is high. Even the score. Grab her feet when you see her sitting/laying down and make them feel better than they did before you touched them.

#3 Random back massages

She works hard, loves harder. Make it worth her while.

#4 Pause the TV when she needs to talk

Not everything requires you to stop everything you're doing to listen but if something's on her mind or bothering her, put that higher on the priority list than your video game/TV show.

#5 Respect her privacy

Don't go through her phone, her purse, her email, etc. Nothing wrong with a relationship of transparency, but snooping around her stuff won't make your trust issues go away and shows lack of respect

#6 Cook for her sometime

Yeah, she gets hungry too ya know?

#7 Tell other women he's taken

Every man has to face temptation. You're not going through anything unique because women occasionally hit on you. But you should be the first one to set the record straight that you're off limits. Nip it in the bud, every time whether your woman is present or not.

#8 Clean up around the house

Cleaning up, at minimum, behind yourself, shows that you respect your things. If you have a woman that keeps the house clean, then helping out shows you value her hard work to do so.

#9 Protect and defend her honor

Particularly against people you knew before her and all men, see to it that your woman is never disrespected or made to feel uncomfortable by anyone.

 #10 Be in the children's life more than just financially (but that part too)

You can't feed a child a father's love, but you can't love that child with money alone. She shouldn't have to ask/beg you to show up and spend time with your child.


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