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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Umpun-umpun is usually used for fishing bait is basically Marine Worms ('Umpun-umpun' in Malay). They are either lugworms or ragworms in English, more likely lugworms.

From the research in internet, Umpun-umpun also has various types:
Umpun-umpun atau ada yang memanggilnya perumpun merupakan umpan yang sangat mujarab khususnya untuk pancingan di muara atau air payau. Sebagaimana ikan, spesies umpun-umpun turut memiliki pelbagai spesies.

1. Umpun Sarung/Sarang
Umpun sarung merupakan sejenis umpan yang paling popular untuk sukan memancing. Umpun sarung biasanya mendiami kawasan berpaya bakau dan berlumpur. Umpan ini begitu unik sekali kerana ianya tidak seperti umpun-umpun yang lain, di mana ianya bersembunyi di dalam sarangnya yang berwarna hitam.

2. Umpun Ruat
Dikatakan umpan jenis ini juga hidup di kawasan berbakau yang bertanah keras. Berbeza seperti umpun sarung yang lebih liat, umpun ruat mempunyai badan yang lembut. Oleh itu, ianya amat mudah sekali hancur apabila digetu sang ikan. Namun, umpan jenis ini begitu digemari oleh spesies semilang, belukang, duri dan gelama.

3. Umpun Pasir
Kebiasaannya umpun jenis ini senang ditemui di kawasan yang mempunyai pasir yang kasar. Untuk mendapatkan saiz umpun pasir yang lebih kasar, teknik menangkap menggunakan tangan amat popular. Biasanya, belacan atau ikan busuk sering digunakan untuk menarik perhatian umpun ini keluar dari pasir dan  tangan haruslah sepantas yang mungkin untuk menarik umpan ini. Spesies target yang sering terpedaya dengan umpan pasir ini ialah bebolos, gelama dan daun baru.

4. Umpun Beting/Merah
Umpun beting atau merah kelihatan agak sama dengan umpun ruat. Namun, saiznya lebih kecil dan badannya lebih anjal daripada umpun ruat. Umpun jenis ini begitu mudah di cari terutama di kawasan yang berbeting pasir. Hanya perlu menunggu air surut sepenuhnya, dan cari mata atau tompok berwarna biru kehitaman di beting tersebut dan galilah di kawasan itu.

5. Umpun Jangkau
Ia biasanya berwarna kuning kemerahan dan ada yang kuning kehitaman dan mempunyai kaki yang banyak. Seperti umpun beting,  ia menjadikan kawasan berbeting pasir sebagai habitat semula jadi nya. Biasanya untuk mencari umpun ini, perlulah menggunakan mata tiga dan gali di sekitar beting pasir. Namun jangan terkejut, spesies umpun jangkau ini begitu digemari oleh pelbagai spesies ikan.

6. Umpun Nipah
Tidak kiralah sungai mahupun laut, umpun nipah sering menjadi pilihan kaki pancing. Umpun nipah dikatakan boleh bertahan begitu lama terutama jika pemancing menyimpannya di tempat yang sesuai. Suatu teknik yang mudah untuk memastikan umpun jenis ini tahan lebih lama ialah dengan menggunakan bahagian dari ekor terlebih dahulu dan akhirnya barulah menggunakan bahagian kepala

Credit: http://prodump.karangkraf.com/jenis-umpun-umpun/

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Belanja Untuk Hidup, Bukan Hidup Untuk Belanja
Lapan (8) Perkara Paling Penting Untuk Berbelanja Dengan Bijak Dan Selamat 


Ramai di antara kita yang selalu berbelanja sakan macam dunia ini anda yang punya! Wah gembiranya perasaan waktu itu. Mana tak nya? Tudung jenama popular pulak tengah promosi sakan, kita yang rasa nak cantik macam selebriti ni mulalah meroyan rasa macam nak beli semuanya! Kalau boleh semua design kita nak! “Kau rasa kau ni artist kah?” Hmmm…  Ini bukan retis…ini menangis jawabnya!

Inilah rata-rata senario yang kita lihat hari ini, di mana ramai pembeli akan merasakan mereka patut berbelanja lebih bila mereka ada peluang, tetapi mereka tak sedar yang mereka telah terlebih berbelanja sehingga kadang-kadang menjadi mangsa terhadap promosi, iklan dan macam-macam lagi tawaran-tawaran yang merambangkan mata! Tak salah nak bershopping ala-ala self reward sekali sekala… Tapi mesti ada cara yang betul, mesti ada strateginya.

Jadi persoalannya di sini bagaimana kita hendak mengawal diri kita ini untuk berbelanja dengan cara yang betul?

Jom kita ikut cara-cara ini!

1) SENTIASA SEDIAKAN SENARAI HARGA BARANG YANG HENDAK DIBELI Kalau tak follow, memang larilah budget jawabnya. Huhu…!

2) SENTIASA BUAT PERBANDINGAN ANTARA HARGA DAN KUALITI DAHULU SEBELUM MEMBELI. Kena rajin buat perbandingan, mungkin masa membeli belah kita akan banyak terbuang. Tetapi hasilnya akan nampak bila kita check resitnya nanti.

3) JANGAN BAWA WANG YANG TERLALU BANYAK KETIKA MEMBELI. Bawa wang ikut anggaran harga barang-barang yang nak dibeli. Lebih sikit tak mengapa. Tapi kalau boleh bawak cukup-cukup saja. Kalau dah tau anda tu memang seorang yang boros, memang tak selamatlah kalau anda bawak duit lebih.

4) SENTIASA SEMAK RESIT BELIAN ANDA. Bab-bab ni memang kena cerewet sikit. Ini penting untuk mengelakkan anda terlebih bayar (over-charged). Kadang-kadang ada jurujual yang tersalah tekan, tersalah scan dan sebagainya. Karang tak pasal-pasal kita pulak yang terpaksa menanggung kerugiannya!

5) JANGAN MEMBELI HANYA BERDASARKAN JENAMA. Ramai di antara kita yang terpengaruh dengan barangan import atau “branded goods” yang kadang-kadang jauh lebih mahal dari barang local. Yang penting belilah barangan yang berkualiti. Ibarat alah membeli menang memakai gitu!

6) JANGAN MUDAH TERPENGARUH DENGAN IKLAN ATAU PROMOSI. Baca dengan teliti setiap promosi yang kita nampak atau terima. Kadang-kadang indah khabar dari rupa ye.

7) ELAKKAN BERBELANJA MENGGUNAKAN KAD KREDIT. Ini menggalakkan anda berhutang. Bahaya! Siapa yang dah terkena penyakit ni memang susah nak pulih. Oleh itu elak. Kalau boleh tak pakai langsung.

8) BERBELANJALAH BERDASARKAN KEMAMPUAN ANDA DAN APA KEPENTINGANNYA.
Kesimpulannya di sini, ingatlah pada pesanan oleh mak-mak kita iaitu ‘Ukurlah Baju Di Badan Sendiri’. Ya walaupun bunyinya sangat cliche tapi percayalah impaknya sangat tajam dan berkesan kerana, kita berbelanja untuk hidup, bukan hidup untuk belanja.

oleh Team Richworks pada 15 September 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Top 10 Free and Paid Interactive Timeline MakersNeed to find an interactive timeline maker to help you organize information into a linear structure? Timelines are linear organizers that help students to understand and illustrate the passage of large blocks of time. While the obvious application would be in a history class, teachers and educators from all disciplines and in all levels of education can benefit from teaching with timelines. Whether investigating events on a historical continuum, studying the evolution of a social and/or cultural phenomenon, or used as a tool for long-range planning, timelines are an excellent visual for helping students recognize “cause and effect relationships between events.”
Whether you are a teacher, educator or student, here are 5 free and 4 paid interactive timeline makers to build beautiful, full-color, multimedia timelines.

1. Sutori

Specifically designed for the education sector, Sutori‘s online timeline software helps teachers and students create interactive timelines for assignments and sharing online.
Screenshot of Sutori

Pros

  • Users are given a comprehensive, online tour of the software and its full capabilities upon registering.
  • A variety of multimedia timeline events are available with an eye toward the education sector, including text, multiple choice questions, images, video, forums, audio, and “Did you know?”
  • Events may be moved up and down the timeline using a drag-and-drop slider.
  • Timelines can be embedded onto other platforms without Sutori branding.
  • It is possible to add paragraphs, bold, italic, and hyperlinks to timelines.
  • Your timelines can be saved as PDFs offline and then printed.
  • Multiple users can edit a timeline at the same time.

Cons

  • Timeline is build as a series of web pages linked together. An individual page has to be created for every new event, which then have to be linked to events already created on the website.
  • There are a lot of fields in the new timeline template. Unused fields must be deleted before you can view your timeline. UPD: the template has been removed.
  • Because Sutori’s software is specifically designed for educators and students, it may not be suitable for personal, home use, or use in the business sector. UPD: it’s in the plans to open up to other user types over the summer.
  • Registration is compulsory.

2. Capzles

Capzles is an online software tool that allows you to create multimedia timelines for sharing online. The resulting timeline is almost like a blog-at-a-glance, documenting life experiences as they happen.
Screenshot of Capzles

Pros

  • Supports a variety of entry types, including posting images, inputting blog posts, and uploading videos, MP3s, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF files.
  • The interface allows you to put multiple files into each event on the timeline.
  • There are a lot of options for personalization, including backgrounds, themes, and colors, as well as the ability to add background music.
  • Interactive timelines can be shared through social media.

Cons

  • A rather complicated interface for both teachers and students.
  • The only way to display an image for text entries is by entering a URL.
  • Even after entering the URL, the image does not show up on the timeline.
  • When uploading files directly to the timeline, you cannot post additional commentary for the entry.
  • Registration is compulsory.

3. WhenInTime

WhenInTime allows users to create multimedia timelines for sharing on social media. The software has a simple interface, allowing for easy creation of online timelines.
Screenshot of WhenInTime

Pros

  • Events can be imported and added to your timeline from a number of social media sites such as Twitter, YouTube, and Google+.
  • WhenInTime provides a number of themes and templates for its users, for use when personalizing their timelines.
  • Users can link their social media to WhenInTime to create an ongoing feed to their timelines.
  • The interface is intuitive and easy to manipulate, meaning that you can create professional-looking timelines with minimal time and effort.

Cons

  • Because the software relies on database search engines to find images, the search to find something you like takes too much time.
  • Some bugs may occur (e.g., the months/days going backwards in the B.C. years).
  • Changing the background image to anything other than a pre-designed theme or template is clunky to achieve.
  • Mobile version of the timeline is difficult to navigate.
  • Registration is compulsory.

4. TimeGlider

TimeGlider is online software for creating timelines incorporating graphics and event blurbs. Public timelines are accessible via a personalized URL, which can be shared with others through email or social media.
Screenshot of TimeGlider

Pros

  • Dialogue box input makes it easy to create new events on the timeline.
  • Events can be recorded by the year, month, day or hour.
  • Multimedia files can be added to your timeline with images, audio and video links (from sites such as YouTube, Vimeo and SoundCloud), and hypertext links.
  • Interface allows users to see the whole timeline at a glance, or to move through the timeline one event at a time.

Cons

  • Manipulation of the final timeline is difficult to master, especially when setting the scale of the initial timeline display.
  • Graphics are more like watermarks than full intensity when displayed on the timeline, which makes the final display less visually interesting.
  • The timeline is divided into text and graphic lines, but images are automatically sized by height to fill the images lane, rather than sized by the user. This may cause overlap for entries displayed close together, affecting the organization and readability of the timeline.
  • Only one image per event can be added.
  • When you open the next event, the previous event popup is kept open, so it may be difficult to go through all the open windows overlapping the timeline.
  • Registration is compulsory.

5. ReadWriteThink’s Student Interactive Timeline

Well-known in the educational community for their free tools and materials for literacy promotion, ReadWriteThink has a number of online, interactive tools for students, and the Timeline is one of them. With the Timeline software, students can create, save, and share free timelines.
Screenshot of ReadWriteThink

Pros

  • Timelines can be organized to user specifications, whether by event, date, or time of day.
  • Timelines can be made more attractive by uploading and adding photos.
  • Students can save their timelines and come back to work on them at a later date.
  • Drag and drop interface makes the timeline easy to create and navigate.

Cons

  • The interface allows you to input a label, short and long descriptions, and graphic, but the long description disappears on the timeline and can only be viewed with the timeline viewer.
  • You can print the final timeline, but the timeline and long descriptions are printed on separate pages.
  • When entering information, the first letter must be a capital letter. A space must be entered before you can begin a sentence with words like eBook or iSpring.

6. Preceden

Preceden creates text-based timelines. Users can enter a title, date and description for each event, which is added with a dot on the timeline. Full text for events is displayed when the user mouses over the dot on the timeline.
Screenshot of PrecedenThe free timeline option allows you to add 5 events to your timeline. Preceden Pro costs $29 USD for one unlimited timeline, $39 for three timelines, and a onetime payment of $59 for unlimited timelines.

Pros

  • Timeline appearance can be easily customized.
  • Privacy controls are available.
  • The ability to add unlimited events under a Pro plan.
  • Priority technical support under a Pro plan.
  • Future upgrades and add-ons are free under a Pro Plan.

Cons

  • Only 1 timeline with up to 5 events can be made with the free version.
  • Other functions are limited in the free version.
  • Timeline creation may be rather time-consuming.
  • It’s difficult to add links and images. The latter have to be hosted somewhere on the Web before adding them.
  • Created timelines can’t be embedded into a WordPress website due to security restrictions.
  • Registration is compulsory.

7. Office Timeline

Office Timeline is a PowerPoint add-in that creates timelines slides for business communications. There is a perpetual, Free Edition designed for students and non-professionals, or a full-featured Plus Edition created for enterprise workers. The Plus Edition costs $49 USD annually, and there is also a Twin Pack which costs $89 and allows two co-workers to collaborate on a timeline. There is a menu on the site detailing the price for licenses for anywhere from 5 to 100 users after that.
Screenshot of Office Timeline

Pros

  • The app is integrated right into Microsoft PowerPoint so using it is familiar and intuitive.
  • It creates native PowerPoint slides which are easy to share, edit and communicate with others.
  • The shapes, text, colors and positions are all customizable so timelines can be uniquely styled.
  • There are over 30 free downloadable templates and chart styles on the Office Timeline website.
  • Plus Edition integrates with Excel and instantly converts existing data into a timeline slide.

Cons

  • The app doesn’t allow users to add pictures to timelines.
  • The Free Edition limits features like Excel integration, template styles and formatting.
  • It does not work with Microsoft Office for Mac.
  • Timelines are designed for executive summaries and are not suitable not for complex projects.
  • Paid licenses are limited to 1 year of use.

8. TimeToast

TimeToast allows users to create timelines within moments of registering. Users can upload pictures to include on their sites (much handier than those which only allow for pictures to be inserted via URL), and create time spans to link events on the timeline into smaller groups.
Screenshot of TimeToastThe free web version allows users to create a single timeline. TimeToast also offers Basic accounts for $5.99 USD a month and Pro accounts for $8.99 a month.

Pros

  • Each event can contain text, an image, and a link.
  • Multiple users can take advantage of TimeToast under Basic or Pro subscription plans.
  • The paid subscription plans are ad free.
  • There’s access to collaboration tools under the paid subscription plans.
  • The ability to moderate comments on public timelines under paid subscription plans.

Cons

  • Only three events can be displayed at the same time.
  • Few customization options (color, font, etc. can’t be customized), so resulting timelines are rather plain and lacking in creativity.
  • The dates that the timeline goes by can’t be changed, as the app creates units for you.
  • Support is only available in the form of a FAQ.
  • The website is slow.
  • Registration is compulsory.

9. TimeRime

TimeRime‘s online timeline creator allows you to make graphic-, text-, and multimedia-based timelines. It costs $7.85 to create a single timeline with up to 100 entries. Tiered Pro versions are available by purchasing licenses (ranging from $199.99 – $1,999) or with monthly subscriptions (ranging from $12 – $125).
Screenshot of TimeRime

Pros

  • The ability to edit timelines to fit the look and feel of your website with the Pro version
  • Full content management via the website or CMS/database with the Pro version.
  • You can link back to your website from your TimeRime timeline with the Pro version
  • The Pro version also covers automatic TimeRime upgrades.
  • There are optional customizable features available with the Pro version.

Cons

  • Complex interface, which leads to extra time spent on timeline creation.
  • Have to click on Up/Down arrows instead of scrolling the timeline.
  • Have to zoom in and out with inconvenient icons instead of using a slider.
  • Crops the printable version, so only part of the timeline is printed.
  • The generated embed code creates timelines of tiny sizes.
  • Images can’t be added to the description of a period.
  • Registration is compulsory.
Would you prefer to create timelines in the familiar PowerPoint interface? Check out this article to find out step by step how to create an interactive timeline in PowerPoint and publish it for the Web with iSpring.

Credit: ispringsolutions.com

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

1. Maasai Mara, Kenya
Known as one of the best country parks in Kenya, Maasai Mara offers wide range of safaris – hot air balloons, walking, photographing… The reserve, along with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, forms Africa’s most diverse eco-system. The best time to visit is between July and October because of the wildebeest migration, famous as one of the “Seven New Wonders of the World” and also known as The World Cup of Wildlife. You can witness it during a special safari, of course. Even if you go off season, the number of animals you’ll see – from zebras and giraffes to lions, elephants and leopards – is incredible.



2. Cuba
With or without official restrictions – a lot fewer after the large Caribbean island and the U.S. renewed diplomatic relations – visiting is easy. And once you do, the options of wild adventures seem endless – cave and scuba diving, rock climbing, hiking (epic peaks and steep climbs in Cuba!), and dancing in the famous Havana salsa clubs. Locals say that to see the “soul” of Cuba you have to visit the “Oriente,” which is the region east of Camagüey. You’ll see many historic sites, propaganda billboards and political thirsts. Some of the country’s most beautiful beaches are there as well.



3. The Arctic: Iceland, Greenland and Norway
This is the last year to see the Northern Lights for another 11 years. We are at the beginning of the cycle which means that solar eruptions are less frequent. They can still happen anytime, creating powerful aurora, but they are unpredictable. So if seeing the Lights is on your bucket list, reorganize it and plan for 2016. One of the best places to go is Tromsø, Norway – you can see the natural phenomenon for more than 250 nights a year. Go on an aurora-chasing snowmobile or a bus tour. Greenland is another hot spot where you can see the dancing Northern Lights. Early fall is a good time to go. The best place to view them is the airport settlement of Kangerlussuaq. If you’re planning a trip to Iceland, the best time to see the Lights is between September and mid-April because the nights then are very dark. Many visitors go on guided tours as opposed to drive by themselves, to make sure they don’t miss anything.


4. Peru’s Sacred Valley
If you are looking for adventure, look no further than Peru’s Sacred Valley.  Take a risk and go rock climbing, horseback riding, zip lining and surfing. Take one of the Sacred Valley tours; go see the historical Pisac Ruins and Ollantaytambo Ruins. Bring your camera to The Salinas, as you will grasp sight of whole Cuzco area. Then, go hiking on the Classic Inca Trail and trek to Machu Picchu. Visit the Inca Bridge and the Paucarcancha Ruins.


5. Palau

This tiny archipelago of more than 500 islands in the western Pacific Ocean has a population of about 20,000 people. If you enjoy all kinds of water sports activities, Palau is the place to visit in 2016. Its marine environment is incredibly well-preserved, which means you’ll see some amazing things if you dive or snorkel. The country offers a lot of interesting attractions for people who enjoy history. You’ll see traditional bai, men's meeting houses, and the secretive sites on Babeldaob Island. While there visit the Ngardmau Waterfall which flows from the nation’s tallest peak – 712 feet-high Mt Ngerchelchuus. World War Two relics can literally be found all across Peleliu Island.








9. Hokkaido, Japan



Thursday, June 9, 2016


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Monday, May 16, 2016

Suatu ketika dulu, bila kawan-kawan ajak keluar, memang tak payah fikir dua kali... cakap saja kat mana, mesti sampai punya!

Tapi sejak dah beranak-pinak ni, nak keluar pintu rumah saja dah boleh dikira satu adventure! Itu tak kira time makan lagi...

Jangan risau! Kafe-kafe ini khas untuk para ibu bapa yang mementingkan keselesaan untuk seisi keluarga apabila tiba masa untuk menjamu selera:

  • 1. Goodness Greens Cafe, Taman Tun Dr Ismail

    • Peminat jus La Juiceria pasti teruja dengan kafe terbaru mereka yang menyajikan menu penuh nutrisi, termasuk salad yang boleh direka sendiri! Si kecil boleh menikmati jus-jus berwarna-warni mereka di sudut permainan yang disediakan. Aktiviti seni untuk kanak-kanak juga diadakan di kafe ini; ikuti mereka di media sosial untuk menyertai sesi seterusnya!

      Alamat: 32 Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur
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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Pada waktu ini, saya sudah mendengar pelbagai keluhan tentang kos sara hidup yang semakin meninggi, duit tak cukup, tak tahu nak uruskan duit, komitmen yang tinggi dan pelbagai lagi yang melibatkan kewangan peribadi. Apa yang saya boleh katakan.. orang semakin kekurangan duit mahupun nilai duit.
Tujuh tips mungkin dapat membantu anda semua dalam penyelesaian masalah anda.

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