transverse!

This is actually the past. In the present, you used a time machine to come back to this point in time and correct a mistake you did. Unfortunately, your memory of events from this point to the present was erased in the process.

Month: January, 2008

youtube easy download and convert

This is by far the easiest way I’ve ever tried when downloading and converting YouTube movie clips. You can save them as an AVI for any pc -based video-audio player or for your Nokia, Iphone, Ipod and more.

Here’s the trick:

Open the link by clicking the logo, you will be redirected to their site. Copy the url from YouTube then paste back to videoconvertx input url query. Choose your filename extension and enter your e-mail then hit convert. After the conversion, check your e-mail after a few minutes. You will again be redirected to their download site. Hit download and enjoy!

Feel free to ask if you have questions, I’d be happy to hear from you.

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reasons why people leave home to work abroad

(this post is just a personal opinion and does not necessarily reflect others’)

1. kapos sa budyet, di mabili at magawa ang gusto

2. status symbol, pag abroad ka, sosyal ka

3. bigo ang puso, gustong makalimot

4. hinahanap ang sarili

5. adventure

6. iwas sa kahihiyan, nagtatago

7. napipilitan, dahil sa udyok ng pamilya

8. naghahanap ng pansariling kaligayahan

Alin ka dito?

battle of 6 yo singers!

Connie Talbot of Britain’s Got Talent and Koleen Aragon of Kontes sa Barrio

Who is better???, you choose!

(‘di kaya ako maging child molester nito?)

Unclutter your life!

CLUTTER (n)

Webster’s Dictionary

 

1. a crowded or confused mass or collection;

2. interfering echoes visible on a radar screen caused by reflection from objects other than the target.

 

A minimalist’s living room.

 

Someone mentions “clutter.” Close your eyes. What do you see? If you’re like most, the image closely reflects Webster’s first definition. Clutter equals junk. It’s stuff that’s all mixed up. Although valid, this illustration is not complete, as it depicts only what clutter is without considering what it does. It portrays clutter as passive, without consequence. Yet clutter does have repercussions. It impacts your life. As articulated in Webster’s latter definition, it interferes.

 

Clutter diminishes clarity. It occupies space, both physical and mental. It impedes movement and progress, and detracts from efficiency and

effectiveness.

 

Getting rid of clutter is not about cleaning. It is about increasing focus and decreasing interference. Far from a low-level task best relegated to the night time janitorial crew, it is a process whose return on investment grows exponentially the more potential value you have to contribute.

 

 

Benefits of Getting Rid of Clutter

  • PHYSICAL because you have more free space, and it’s easier to find what you’re looking for.

  • FINANCIAL because you zero in on targets, accomplishing what’s important in less time. You don’t purchase items you already own but forgot you had or couldn’t find and you allocate fewer dollars to unnecessary storage.

  • EMOTIONAL because you have more energy and less stress and a reduction in the overwhelming feeling there’s no time to do it all. When you are drowning in clutter, the cost to you and/or your company is great on many levels. Once clear, however, you can more easily access the resources, physical and mental, that you want or need at any given moment.

 

So What Is and Isn’t Clutter?


The bottom line is that clutter is “things that are not where they are supposed to be.” Making this classification is an individual judgment. After all, sometimes the optimal location for an item is the garbage can (or recycling bin.) But who’s to say what belongs in the garbage? As the saying goes … one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.

The key is to remember that it’s only clutter if it interferes, and it only interferes if it’s not where it’s supposed to be. Think of it in these terms:

 

Clutter Is Unrelated Things Mixed Together


It’s certainly not realistic to expect that you will never have papers out on your desk. After all, you have work to do. But clutter is not one project all spread out; it’s when you get unrelated projects mixed together – or various thoughts muddled together. Think how hard it is to move forward when you feel your brain is jumbled.

 

Clutter Is Things You Neither Need Nor Want


Remember the 80/20 rule: Eighty percent of the value comes from 20 percent of any group. Think about your closet: You wear 20 percent of your clothes 80 percent of the time. Eighty percent of your income comes from 20 percent of your clients. It is even estimated that 80 percent of the papers you file, you never need look at again. There is more information and opportunity available to you or thrust upon you than ever before. That doesn’t mean that you have to keep a copy of all of it.

 

Clutter Is Things Left Out Because They’re Unfinished


How many times have you said to yourself, “I’ll put it here for now because I’m not finished with it?” As soon as these words leave your lips, you’re challenging your brain to remember this temporary location. Even if you can remember it, why use your creative energy in this way? You have more important things to do. Another oft-recited phrase is “I’m leaving it out to remind me to do something.” Leaving things out doesn’t alert you to what needs to be done. Instead, it distracts you from what you’re doing at the moment.

 

Clutter Is Things You Haven’t Made a Decision About Yet


Often, clutter results because you’ve postponed making decisions. Like cars being driven down the road, if they all get to the intersection and no one decides which direction to turn, they’re going to pile up. Does that mean that when you first set out on a journey, you know all of the turns you’re going to make? No. It’s just saying that each time you have the opportunity to make a decision, make it.

Where is your clutter? It may be anything from notes stuck to your computer monitor to the extra, ummm, you know, words you inject into conversations to the thoughts and worries buzzing about in your head. It may be in your memos, on your desk, in your computer or in the manner in which you structure your day. Whatever the area, uncluttering it positions you to soar.

 

 

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Bill Clinton praised Obama

                              

Clinton offered praise of Obama Friday.

“While I think it would be good based on my personal life experience to have the first woman president,” Clinton said in this town that shares his name, “I also understand why a lot of African-American voters think it would symbolically powerful and important to elect a brilliant, articulate, compelling vision embodied in Sen. Obama as the first African-American president.”

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“8 things i am grateful for” meme

I’m in the middle of sulking, and it’s an effort for me to just gather my thoughts. PAHIRAPAN BA ‘KO?

-I’m Alive! Thank Heavens! That I am writing this meme right now.

-Family who understands and give their countless support.

-That I am blogging, yet still an effort.

-Friendly neighborhood, although I’m the one who’s unfriendly.

-For the last nerve that I have, that they keep on spawning.

-My health, even if it’s a struggle.

-For my bleeep that makes me so proud!

-And for somebody like Reyna Elena who tagged me this meme.

I’m tagging geisha, maldito, lad madrigal at ikaw, oo, ikaw!

Albert’s

The most important human endeavor is the striving for morality in our actions. Our inner balance and even our very existence depend on it. Only morality in our actions can give beauty and dignity to life. -Albert Einstein

candy pangilinan talks about ofws

                                                                

Hirap ng OFW. Far from family, Far from home. The sacrifices some people have to do, to earn a better living.
Hay naku! I really hope things will be better for our country.
More jobs, more oppurtunities. We are so down naman talaga?! Totoo ba?! Eh ang daming malls…and always puno…sprouting like mushrooms. Ewan!

read the rest here

Robotic animals

Robotics researchers are increasingly turning to nature for inspiration. Watch a robotic salamander, a water strider robot, mechanical cockroaches and some cool self-configuring robots.

east and west

bush and king abdullah
Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud walks with US President George W. Bush after dinner at the Riyadh Palace in the Saudi capital. (PHOTO CREDIT: GETTY IMAGES)

FROM CNN’s Jack Cafferty:

Senator Hillary Clinton took at jab at President Bush last night during a Democratic debate, accusing the president of “begging” the Saudis to cut oil prices.

President Bush was in Riyahd, Saudi Arabia, yesterday, meeting with King Abdullah and other dignitaries. During his visit, he asked that OPEC consider the effect high oil prices are having on the U.S. economy, when setting production levels.

Saudi Arabia is the number one oil exporter in the world. Its oil minister politely declined the president’s request.

Senator Clinton called the whole scene “pathetic.”

She said instead of begging from OPEC, the U.S. should change its energy policy and put people to work in “green” jobs as a way to fight off recession.

Read the rest of the story here.