Thursday, 30 July 2009

Dulu Fahri ada rambut...

Semalam.. tidak lagi!!!!! HEHEHEHE

P/S: Senang pula bila dah botak. Abang Fawwaz taknak botak katanya.. maklum ler rambut dah macam model iklan syampu.

Tuesday, 28 July 2009

100 Things Your Kids May Never Know About

By Nathan Barry
July 22, 2009 8:00 am Categories: Armchair Geek

Audio-Visual Entertainment

Inserting a VHS tape into a VCR to watch a movie or to record something.
Super-8 movies and cine film of all kinds.
Playing music on an audio tape using a personal stereo. See what happens when you give a Walkman to today’s teenager.
The number of TV channels being a single digit. I remember it being a massive event when Britain got its fourth channel.
Standard-definition, CRT TVs filling up half your living room.
Rotary dial televisions with no remote control. You know, the ones where the kids were the remote control.
High-speed dubbing.
8-track cartridges.
Vinyl records. Even today’s DJs are going laptop or CD.
Betamax tapes.
Laserdisc: the LP of DVD.
Scanning the radio dial and hearing static between stations. (Digital tuners + HD radio b0rk this concept.)
Shortwave radio.
3-D movies meaning red-and-green glasses.
Watching TV when the networks say you should. Tivo and Sky+ are slowing killing this one.
That there was a time before ‘reality TV.’

Computers and Videogaming

Wires. OK, so they’re not gone yet, but it won’t be long
The scream of a modem connecting.
The buzz of a dot-matrix printer
5- and 3-inch floppies, Zip Discs and countless other forms of data storage.
Using jumpers to set IRQs.
Terminals accessing the mainframe.
Screens being just green (or orange) on black.
Tweaking the volume setting on your tape deck to get a computer game to load, and waiting ages for it to actually do it.
Daisy chaining your SCSI devices and making sure they’ve all got a different ID.
Counting in kilobytes.
Wondering if you can afford to buy a RAM upgrade.
Blowing the dust out of a NES cartridge in the hopes that it’ll load this time.
Turning a PlayStation on its end to try and get a game to load.
Having to delete something to make room on your hard drive.
Booting your computer off of a floppy disk.
Recording a song in a studio.

The Internet

NCSA Mosaic.
Finding out information from an encyclopedia.
Using a road atlas to get from A to B.
Doing bank business only when the bank is open.
Shopping only during the day, Monday to Saturday.
Phone books and Yellow Pages.
Newspapers and magazines made from dead trees.
Actually being able to get a domain name consisting of real words.
Filling out an order form by hand, putting it in an envelope and posting it.
Not knowing exactly what all of your friends are doing and thinking at every moment.
Carrying on a correspondence with real letters, especially the handwritten kind.
Archie searches.
Gopher searches.
Concatenating and UUDecoding binaries from Usenet.
The fact that words generally don’t have num8er5 in them.
Correct spelling of phrases, rather than TLAs.
Waiting several minutes (or even hours!) to download something.
The time before botnets/security vulnerabilities due to always-on and always-connected PCs
The time before PC networks.
When Spam was just a meat product — or even a Monty Python sketch.


Putting film in your camera: 35mm may have some life still, but what about APS or disk?
Sending that film away to be processed.
Having physical prints of photographs come back to you.
CB radios.
Getting lost. With GPS coming to more and more phones, your location is only a click away.
Rotary-dial telephones.
Answering machines.
Using a stick to point at information on a wallchart
Pay phones.
Phones with actual bells in them.
Fax machines.
Vacuum cleaners with bags in them.

Everything Else

Taking turns picking a radio station, or selecting a tape, for everyone to listen to during a long drive.
Remembering someone’s phone number.
Not knowing who was calling you on the phone.
Actually going down to a Blockbuster store to rent a movie.
Toys actually being suitable for the under-3s.
LEGO just being square blocks of various sizes, with the odd wheel, window or door.
Waiting for the television-network premiere to watch a movie after its run at the theater.
Relying on the 5-minute sport segment on the nightly news for baseball highlights.
Neat handwriting.
The days before the nanny state.
Starbuck being a man.
Han shoots first.
“Obi-Wan never told you what happened to your father.” But they’ve already seen episode III, so it’s no big surprise.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, as opposed to KFC.
Trig tables and log tables.
“Don’t know what a slide rule is for …”
Finding books in a card catalog at the library.
Swimming pools with diving boards.
Hershey bars in silver wrappers.
Sliding the paper outer wrapper off a Kit-Kat, placing it on the palm of your hand and clapping to make it bang loudly. Then sliding your finger down the silver foil to break off the first finger
A Marathon bar (what a Snickers used to be called in Britain).
Having to manually unlock a car door.
Writing a check.
Looking out the window during a long drive.
Roller skates, as opposed to blades.
Libraries as a place to get books rather than a place to use the internet.
Spending your entire allowance at the arcade in the mall.
Omni Magazine
A physical dictionary — either for spelling or definitions.
When a ‘geek’ and a ‘nerd’ were one and the same.

My thanks go out to all of my fellow GeekDads for their contributions to this list.

Monday, 27 July 2009

And you know why I love you...

Handphone dah sakit tahap masuk ICU, cuba revive kat kedai telefon pun dah tak jalan. Yang kelakarnya, handphone husband and wife dah tenat sangat-sangat. Macam berjanji-janji pula.

Yelah, sebelum ni, handphoneku dah tak boleh charge. Hari-hari tugas tukar bateri dengan handphone suami. Tu tak kronik lagi la bagi aku, sebab sakit kronik sebelum kes bateri tu, handphone dah biasa mati sendiri dan hang (yeah, benci betul... memang tak dinafikan handphone Sony Ericsson memang suka hang macam komputer). Tapi sebab dah ada faktor seperti handphone suami pun tak boleh nak charge dah dan suka betul hang (seperti handphone aku), jadi memang dah kronik sangatlah sebab tak boleh backup bateri. Sebelum masuk ICU pun, kami dah baiki banyak benda seperti menukar bateri baru dan tempat plug in charger.

Rasanya memang dah sesuai sangatlah nak tukar, padahal baru pakai 3 tahun.. huhuhu, frust makcik frust!!! Both of us are loyal Sony Ericsson customer, tapi sebab dah selalu sangat ada problem dengan handphone ni, aku bertukar ke Nokia balik... uhuhuhuh. Walaupun penjual tu dok promo SE macam nak pengsan, aku konfiden tak bertukar balik ke SE walaupun designnya marvellous :P

Dapatlah handphone baru, janji ada yang basic SMS dengan boleh telefon ok lah kan.. hehehe. Suami pula cam tau-tau jer taste aku, sehati sejiwa ler katakan :P.

Friday, 24 July 2009

Personal matters

Huhu, how time flies. I do not even have the time to check my own blog. That's how busy I am. There was one time when my husband asked me whether I checked my e-mail (exception on office e-mail). I was speechless to tell him that I was so busy that I do not have time to check the Net.

I was on leave last Wednesday (my leave was actually on Tuesday), since I promised my hubby for his birthday's treat of 'Harry Potter dan Putera Separuh Darah'.

We settled everything on my personal matters first. And I missed the letter on BTN (kem kenegaraan) from MARA. Found out that they posted the letter on 7 July and we have to attend the BTN on 8 July. I have arranged another session with MARA next month, so you guys will see me huffing and puffing during the outdoor activities.. hahaha

Anyway, back to the Harry Potter movie, aduh.. it focused too much on romance. Yes, I did cry when Hermoine asked whether Harry feel like this when he saw Ginny with someone else. My expectation is not really that HIGH, since I have not read the book (hahahaha!). But I do pitied that Malfoy.

In fact, dh was shocked when I said I have not read book 6 and book 7, since I found JK Rowling has lost her appeal. Yes, being a bookworm like me, I can notice when an author lost his / her magic touch. Lynn, no worries, your books are still safe and sound with me.. hehehe.

Oh ya, I have registered our kids for Hajj. Their turn is on 2026. Oklah tu, considering my girl and boys will be grown up at that time.

But then, I so don't like it when I said to my friends,

"Pergilah register haji, sekarang ni giliran haji tahun 2026."
"Aku takut kalau aku register, by the time nak pergi, tak cukup duit."

Hadoi laaaa...

Tuesday, 14 July 2009

MU ticket for sale

If anyone want to buy the RM 68 ticket, free seating, blue entrance, please leave your e-mail / phone number here so I can contact you. SOLD to my friend's colleague!

Since the training pass is hard to get, if you want both, I can give you with the price of RM 78. (I am selling the training pass at RM 10 only!) This is just to cover the processing fee of RM 10 when my husband bought the RM 68 ticket in the first place.

TQ :)

Saturday, 11 July 2009

What I did today on a holiday

Wrote a management report on Saturday. This is an adhoc requirement conveyed to me during our meeting on Thursday.

As I told my colleagues, "Selagi tak meeting tu, selagi tu lah asyik mengubah jer kerja." The problem is, the person commented on the fonts, the colours.. etc, etc, yes, the mundane stuff. Manalah makcik tak stress.

But since this report is a new requirement, and I am still in a blurry mode since no guidance at all, I started this 12 pages report from scratch. I do feel like writing a mini thesis, with the analysis done by me.

Adoi, pening makcik!

Adeh, sampai boleh terlupa hari ni ada orang dalam rumah dah ada angka 3 kat depan umur dia!

Monday, 6 July 2009

Seluas mata memandang...

Ini untuk sesiapa yang berhajat untuk melihat office saya *wink wink*.. Office saya 'open concept'. Orang HR kami kata, ikut konsep DiGi.. tapi saya pun tanyalah, kalau ikut konsep DiGi, await GM duk dalam bilik lagi :D. Kalau ikut DiGi, VP pun kena duduk dengan eksekutif kat luar tau!

Inilah tempat saya. Tempat yang strategik sebab terletak di pintu paling hujung dan menjadi penjaga tandas.. hehehe. Kalau nak panggil colleague dari sebelah hujung sana, siap jenguk dari tempat kami dan jerit nama. Bak seorang kawan saya kata, "Open space ni, nak kentut pun boleh dengar satu office.." Huhu, haru tak?

Seluas mata memandang

Oho yaa... ini pula beza jarak meja saya dan meja setiausaha GM saya. Gosip-gosip hangat pasal T* ni, laga bahu je kakak sebelah ni, confirm tau cerita.. hehehehe. Saya tak tunjuk lagi space belakang saya. Staff saya duduk. Kalau nak bangun pun, kena bagi amaran dulu. Bukan apa, takut berlaga kerusi kami. Punyalah sempit.

Jarak saya dan orang sebelah. Mengimbas kenangan meja sekolah!

Jumaat lepas, saya dapat stok baru t-shirt Muslimah dari Pretty Modesty (kedai maya kak Tini). Dapat satu luggage besar. Lepas tu kakak belah kanan saya ni kata nak tengoklah t-shirt tu. Saya pun bukalah luggage tu, sambil tunjuk segala contoh t-shirt. Kami ni kan penjaga pintu, sekali boleh pula Dato' B (CFO yang kacak itu) & VP kami lalu belakang kami. Nampak sangatlah tengah kantoi berjual beli. Dato' B sengih-sengih jelah kat kami.. hahahaha :P. Yang kakak secretary ni siap baru nak mekap-mekap lepas solat.

Sabar jelah kan?

Pengajaran entry kali ni, bersyukurlah dengan office memasing yang ada cubicle itu.. :D

Thursday, 2 July 2009

Today marked my husband's 8th anniversary with TM.
It also meant that he finished his bond.

So bila nak belanja saya?


Wednesday, 1 July 2009

A(H1N1) boleh menyebabkan kami cuti :P

Dear Colleagues

On 26 June 2009, T* received a confirmed report that one of our colleagues in Menara T* is infected with the Influenza A(H1N1) Virus. This is the first positive case of infection reported in TM. Based on the chronology of events, the staff was probably infected during an official trip to Singapore on 19 June 2009. After experiencing fever and cold for several days, the staff was confirmed to be infected with the Influenza A(H1N1) Virus on 25 June 2009 and had undergone treatment at the Sg. Buloh Hospital.

Hmmm.. boss datang office dah pakai topeng muka.

Kalau nak tau cerita, GM baru balik Singapore sebab CommunicAsia event. Masuk-masuk office je, ada flu.

Division ada 20 orang, 4 orang dah kena kuarantin duduk kat rumah.. hehehe