Sunday, November 11, 2007

Dr. Myles Munroe

Friday, April 06, 2007

Web-based Productivity Applications

I knew This was online somewhere!

Have you got in town and reliased that you need to edit that word, excel or power point documents but don't have Micro$oft office on the pc because you either using a linux based pc or an old pc which has no Micro$oft Office Installation? ..........Well I can't remember the countless times I had to go through that experience.

Below is my list to this problem. You can get to edit your Microsoft Word, Excel or Powerpoint documents online for free!

Word Processing:

Calendars & Planners:

Saturday, March 03, 2007

French Translation

I've been thinking of translating the pages to other language(s), at least to French since we would be taking it this semester? what do you think?

Saturday, January 13, 2007

For The Girls Only

I promised you whilst in Class that I would send you a link of an interesting article on the health benefits of Griffonia Simplicifolia. There you are : Alleviating The Pain and Torture of PMS and lowering cholesterol diets Description

I won't complain when you nag

If you're a guy DON'T READ IT.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

How To Market

If you want an audience start a fight - Bansky

Saturday, June 24, 2006

Google Sitemap Updated

Hey Google Map just got updated.If you don't know about Google Maps then it's time you learn more

Saturday, May 13, 2006

How did the saying "You can't have your cake and eat it too" originate?

Yet another reader-submitted riddle worthy of the Sphinx. As comedian George Carlin once quipped, what's the point of cake you can't eat? Indeed, the paradox leaves us equally flummoxed. So instead of pondering why a person would possess pastries they choose not to enjoy, we sought out the phrase's less-literal meaning.
The always reliable Phrase Finder explains the origin. A dramatist named John Heywood was the first to use it, at least in the written form. The expression appears in his "A dialogue Conteinyng the Nomber in Effect of All the Prouerbes in the Englishe Tongue," a page-turner from the year 1546. (Please note the fancy Middle English spelling.) Originally, the saying went, "Wolde you bothe eate your cake, and haue your cake?"
Before you answer that question by chowing down, let us explain what Mr. Heywood meant. Basically, he was saying sometimes you have to make a decision and live with the consequences. To "eat your cake and have it too" (the original expression) means you want it both ways. If you eat your cake, you no longer have your cake, because (duh) you already ate it. Hope it tasted good.

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How To Take The Perfect Lecture Notes

May be your just like me when it comes to taking notes.You just not sure you've got the perfect/best lecture notes, because the lecturer seems to be going to fast than your pen.Well worry no more. I've just found the perfect solution to help you meet this challenge.Please don't just read it. DO IT or else you've wasted your time reading!
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Taking The Perfect Lecture Notes