Jumat, 16 Maret 2012

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 it's my choise

I've been really confused to decide what i want to buy, that time when i went to the Lowyat Plaza last week, i was facing on three options between iPad 2, Galaxy Tab or Asus Transformer, browsing in the internet before i go, i've already decide that i want Asus. i saw review video in youtube the Asus transformer is really awesome,.. but... when i trying three of them, the Galaxy also great....!!!! the price of them is almost same, -____-
i thinking,,,, iPad...? Samsung? Asus?
i fell in love with asus, but it's thicker and heavier than Galaxy, -____- i like Galaxy, it's thin and light... why i dont choose iPad? becouse.... [can't explain] , and not supporting Adobe Flash Player... huuhh???, alright... now i have two options.
A.Transformer or Galaxy???

yeeppp Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the winner..... :)

ini pertamakalinya aku beli barang pake uang sendiri... rasanya seneng deh,, ^_^ alhamdulillah..

Selasa, 06 Maret 2012

Woopss.. don't angry Merlion, ^_^

now, i'm going to show my photo that has been edited by my friend, it's kind of gif animation that part of photoshop editing, he put some text into the photo and make it like i was talking with the merlion statue, i've been tried to edit by my self, i want the water that come from merlion mouth poured down into my mouth, looks like the water still flow, but it can't be possible. becouse the pixel of the picture are very small.
anyway... i really loved it, thank's to prana.

and.. this one also edited by him,

i took this picture when i went holiday to Banten exactly in Swarna Beach, what a beatiful sight, when the sunset .. me and my friend walking around on the beach.. i won't miss to take picture, and,,, i took one of most favorite pic to put in

[sorry, terrible english -_-]

Jumat, 24 Februari 2012

Instalasi Android

Sekarang ini teknologi sudah sangat canggih terlihat sekali dari bermunculannya smartphone dan salah satunya adalah hp-hp yang bersistem operasi android, Android adalah sistem operasi untuk mobile device yang sudah tak asing lagi saat ini, bahkan penjualan hp android bisa mengalahkan iPhone di salahsatu negara bagian barat,
Android adalah sistem berbasic Java yang berjalan di Kernel Linux 2.6, sistemnya ringan dan full featured, ini adalah langkah2 untuk instalasi android berdasarkan pengalaman saya dan beberapa tutorial yang saya baca, disini saya menggunakan eclipse karena ini memang sudah di recomendasikan dari googlenya. pertama pastikan di komputer anda sudah terinstal JRE (Java Runtime Environment) karena eclipse adalah aplikasi yang ditulis di java, tapi JRE saja tidak cukup disini anda harus menginstal JDK (Java Development Kit) yang sudah termasuk JRE didalamnya.

1. Download JDK di http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp.  setelah itu Instal JDK yang telah anda download
2. Download dan instal Eclipse
download eclipse disini http://www.eclipse.org/downloads pilih Eclipse Clasic 3.7 atau eclipse 3.5 (Galileo) tersedia untuk berbagai OS, pilih link untuk Windows jika anda pengguna windows, 32 bit / 64 bit.
untuk link download lebih lengkap –>  klik disini (server indonesia)
lalu instal eclipse yang telah anda download simpan di directory C:/Program Files supaya lebih mudah mengakses eclipse nantinya.
3. Instal Android SDK
selanjutnya anda harus menginstal Andoid SDK yang merupakan android Plugin untuk Eclipse dan setting configurasi eclipse.
setelah selesai instal di direktori “c:/android-sdks”
4. Instal Eclipse ADT plugin
Buka Eclipse pilih Help > Instal New Software
lalu pilih tombol Add dan isikan :
Name : adt-android
Location : https://dlssl.google.com/android/eclipse/
Klik OK , silahkan tunggu sampai muncul pilihan “Develover Tools” di jendela dialog Avaliable software
Klik Next, pilih I accept.. untuk menyetujui lisensi, kemudian finish
close eclipse untuk merestart.
 6. Download Library Android SDK,
misalnya nanti kita akan memakai Android Versi apa sebagai emulator, nah disini kita download Library’nya
Buka kembali Eclipse anda,
Pilih Windows > Android SDK and AVD Manager
lalu klik Install Selected , jika anda ingin instal emulator yang lain silahkan ceklis seperti diatas, minimal yang anda ceklis adalah Documentation,Samples dan SDK Flatformnya.
 7. Membuat AVD (Android Virtual Device)
  • Pertama lakukan integrasi Eclipse dengan SDK android, Windows > Preferences > Android, lalu Browse file yang telah di ekstrak, dimana anda meletakan file SDK tadi, misalnya C:/android-sdks
  • Pilih Virtual Device, klik Add lalu isikan seperti berikut :

pilih Create AVD.
untuk mencoba emulatornya, Select AVD yang telah anda buat, lalu klik tombol Start di sebelah kanan, tunggu beberapa saat sampai emulator muncul karena mambutuhkan waktu untuk booting.

tampilan emulator android 2.2

Sekian tutorial Instalasi android pertama, semoga bermanfaat. Smile

Jumat, 17 Februari 2012

50 idea

Yes, I know that every small business idea produced here is a long way from perfect, but as I said at the top, these small business ideas are here to promote thought.
Here is a real world example from my home town.
An ordinary tea shop in an out-of-the-way position, also sells fairies.
Yes that's right FAIRIES. From huge ones to put on Christmas trees, to thimbles painted with miniature fairies, dolls, ornaments, painted cups, everythingwith a fairy on it. Guess which tea shop all the children in town want to go to? And while they are sitting down drinking tea and Cokes, they are looking at all the various fairies, and guess what they buy on the way out? It's a gold mine!
But if you saw the idea for a tea shop as small business idea number 12 here, and selling any theme product, as small business idea number 47, would you have put the two together?
Read on, and 'think' your way to a fortune, with my next 50 small business ideas.
1. Produce Christmas cards which are printed on the front with, for example, "Happy Christmas from the Smith Family". Or, instead of the name "Smith", pick one of the dozens of other popular surnames. Sell packs of these cards by direct mail to people listed in telephone directories.
2. Make money from renting out expensive children's toys. The toys you rent out will include remote control models and computerized games. Use a little van to deliver the toys to customers. The van should have a toy town color scheme, sirens and flashing lights. Call the van a toy-mobile.
3. Introduce to your region a service which mounts maps for small businesses. Keep a stock of local, national and international maps. Mount these maps in a professional manner to suit the wall space available at offices. Send out leaflets about your service to office managers.
4. Bring out a regular publication for ambitious, amateur musicians. This publication might include ads from:
i) employers seeking musicians;
ii) retailers selling equipment, accessories and supplies;
iii) people selling used equipment. Also print interesting editorial.
5. Design and manufacture kits for making models with cocktail sticks. For example, model churches, castles, windmills, houses, etc. Buy the cocktail sticks in unpacked form in bulk from a manufacturer. Sell your kits by mail order from ads in craft magazines or distribute to model shops.
6. Produce a directory of products no longer made. This directory might include sections on toys, novelties and household goods. Design the directory for small business people, entrepreneurs and inventors who want to know both what has been made before and what small business ideas might be revived or modified.
7. Make or sell cotton gloves specially designed for coin collectors. The gloves prevent the acidic grease and moisture on fingers from getting on to coins. Package the gloves and sell from ads in coin collecting magazines or distribute to shops which sell collectible coins.
8. Bring out a correspondence course about how to write cookery books. The course might include information about: how to devise recipes; how to present them in written form and what makes a successful cookery book. Produce a prospectus and advertise in women's magazine.
9. Begin a small business which rents out large and expensive astronomical telescopes to householders who want to develop their interest in astronomy. Publicize your service at the local astronomy society and use local advertising to attract clients. Link up with a telescope supplier and get a 10% finder's fee for those people who go on to buy their own telescope.
10. Set up a company which produces a compendium of strip games, for example: strip poker, strip snakes and ladders, strip lotto, strip snap and strip ludo. Sell the compendiums of games by mail order from ads in x-rated magazines.
11. Paint attractive art on rocks to make souvenir paperweights and doorstops. The art might take the form of abstract patterns, traditional pictures or tourist scenery. Call your rocks 'designer rocks'. Add a rubber base to paperweights and a rubber edge to doorstops.
12. Create a mail order business which specializes in selling products which help people sleep. The products you sell might include: sleep inducing cassettes, special bedtime clothing, herbal pillows and how to sleep well booklets. Company names might be something like 'Sleepwell', 'Sleeptight' etc.
13. Paint on wood, stylish house numbers and names. These painted numbers and names will be an attractive alternative to the traditional names burned into sliced logs. Get your work stocked at shops which sell garden products or household goods.
14. Start a venture which promotes the art and hobby of window painting. On colored acetate paper have outlines printed for painting pictures by numbers. These acetate sheets are stuck to one side of a window and anyone can paint a picture on the other side of the window.
15. Select one seashell which would be suitable for use as an ashtray, another for a pip tray and a third for a paper clip tray. Put these shells into a single packet and sell as a set of useful household seashell trays. Find shops to stock your packets of seashell trays.
16. Devise and produce a board game which simulates the experience of starting a mail order business. The usual problem of bringing out a board game is the difficulty of getting it stocked at shops. However, a game about mail order can be sold by mail order to small business opportunity seekers.
17. Make an income from selling lucky charms door-to-door. Sell, for example: rabbits' feet, horseshoes and four-leaf clovers. Start this small business idea by tracking down trade sources of these lucky charms.
18. Begin a small business which buys and sells oil paintings. Buy new paintings from artists and old paintings from collectors and householders. Sell the paintings from: home, a roadside site, a stall at craft fairs, or hire halls for exhibiting all the paintings you have for sale.
19. Start a manufacturing business which is devoted to making doorstops. The doorstops you make might range from humble wooden wedges to the exotic and unusual. Package the doorstops in polythene bags, staple on a printed card and get them stocked at hardware or gift shops.
20. Decorate everyday objects with pressed flowers. Add an inlaid design of pressed flowers to trays, coasters, jewelry boxes, paperweights, picture frames, wall hangings, desk sets and table tops.
21. Set up a home improvement business which modifies the exterior of houses to give them a Tudor appearance. Your service will include: fitting ornamental oak beams, giving exterior walls a white covering and adding a metal grid to windows.
22. Make wooden 'strip noughts and crosses' games (an item of clothing is taken off by the loser of a game). Drill 9 holes into a small square block and paint on a grid. Next, make 10 pegs and paint on each peg an '0' or 'X'. Put the grid and pegs into a clear bag and staple on a product name card. Sell to sex shops and mail order.
23. Bring together a range of brass-ware ornaments so you can have a stall at craft fairs, antique markets and Sunday markets.
24. Publish a newsletter which has a title like 'Ambitious Person's Way to Wealth' or 'Clever People Don't Work Hard'. The contents of your newsletter might be in a vein similar to Joe Karbo's 'The Lazy Man's Way to Riches'.
25. Set up and run a school of window dressing. Organize one-day or two-day courses or seminars for established shopkeepers who want to learn more about this aspect of their business. Also provide courses for those who would like to take up a career as a window dresser. (Tip: You can run a profitable seminar on anything without knowing the first thing about the subject yourself. You merely pay a percentage of the seminar fee, say 15%, to an expert speaker.)
26. Write and publish a manual about how to make money from property. In the manual include chapters on: buying and selling land; buying properties for conversion and renovation; investing in property, etc. Use direct mail and mail order to sell copies of this manual to opportunity seekers.
27. Found and run a school of investment. Give tuition to solo students and groups about different types of investments such as shares, gilt-edged securities, unit trusts, USM, antiques, stamps, art, etc. For each area of investment prepare lesson plans and follow these closely.
28. Make a selection of children's prayer plaques: wooden wall plaques which feature popular prayers. The prayers might be painted on, or burned into, the wood.
29. Start a craft business which uses interesting foreign coins to make jewelry. Incorporate coins into pendants, bracelets, brooches, necklaces and earrings. Alternatively, make jewelry which features reproduction coins from the ancient world.
30. Use small seashells strung together to make necklaces. Find a trade source of small seashells and either set up your own production line, or employ home workers. Sell the finished necklaces from a market stall or get them stocked at suitable retail outlets.
31. Produce 'add-one' drama video cassettes for people in amateur dramatic groups. Professional actors and actresses (or even good amateurs) perform a play on video. However, there is one character missing from the video. This character is played by a viewer of the video. The viewer learns his or her part and becomes part of the play at home.
32. Create a folder of sample sales letters for all occasions. The letters might sell; advice, maintenance, products, a service which gives free quotes, etc. Sell these folders by direct mail to small businesses.
33. Bring out a correspondence course about how to write short stories for profit. Sell this course from newspaper and magazine ads and charge anything up to the average weekly wage (paid in installments) depending on the contents of the course. (Tip: You can write a course about anything without knowing the first thing about the subject. Simply get some books from the library which cover this subject, read them, then rewrite in your own words as a series of ten monthly lessons.)
34. Earn money from selling gold chain by the inch at public events such as fairs, markets and exhibitions. Gold chain is remarkably cheap to buy in bulk and the mark-ups are huge.
35. Put together your own mail order catalogue of jewelry making supplies. Locate the sources of products by doing the routine work of a mail order trader: write to potential suppliers. Throughout the country there are thousands of craft workers who would welcome a new catalogue.
36. Earn a living from buying gold and silver jewelry from people who need instant cash. Hence, their need for cash is greater than their desire to get a good price. Only buy the jewelry you can quickly sell at a profit. Remember, the precious metal and stone content of a piece is often far below the value you get from selling it as a whole piece, so don't even think about melting down gold, or stripping the gems out.
37. Use fabrics to make soft cases for pencils, spectacles, scissors, bibles, money, and other small items which are either potentially dangerous or need protection. At first make a diversity of products until you discover a product which is popular and profitable.
38. Buy old bibles and hymn books from churches and education authorities. Have the books shredded. Use the shredded pages as stuffing material for 'bible' or 'hymn' pillows, teddy bears and other soft products. Also do 'bible' confetti and stuff bottles to make bottled bibles.
39. Cut out prints and illustrations from old books. Frame the prints and illustrations and sell through a wide range of shops and from a stall at a market or fair. These framed prints and illustrations can also be sold door-to-door.
40. Make leather and wooden souvenir luggage tags. These tags might feature the name of a holiday town and a popular scene. Get your tags stocked at shops visited by tourists.
41. Prepare a mixture of dried herbs for adding to bath water. Invent a brand name for your product like, '(your surname)'s Original Bath Herbs'. Package each mixture of herbs and get them stocked at a variety of retailers.
42. Begin a service which arranges for people to have their original pop lyrics set to music. This service is to satisfy the vanity of lyricists. Offer potential clients a complete, low cost, package. Attract custom to your service by placing classified ads in the music press.
43. Devise quizzes which test a person's vocabulary. Sell these quizzes to a magazine or newspaper on a regular basis. Alternatively, you might do quizzes which test a person's knowledge of a regional dialect. Sell these quizzes to regional newspapers or magazines.
44. Call door-to-door and offer to buy unwanted furniture. Or use local media to advertise your interest in buying second hand furniture. Sell what you buy from free ads in local newspapers, or start up your own second hand furniture shop.
45. Set up a mail order business which sells motorcycle memorabilia. Put together a catalogue of motor cycle memorabilia which includes: videos, films, posters, photographs, books, instruction booklets, old magazines and newspapers, etc. Advertise your catalogue in motorcycle magazines.
46. Start an enterprise which reproduces classic poems on postcards and posters. Also do framed prints of classic poems. Sell these poetry products from a stall in an antiques or craft market. Or get your products stocked at gift or souvenir shops.
47. Produce a catalogue system for record collectors. This system might consist of a card index box with pre-printed index cards. Each card has a printed section for the name of the artist, record and record label. Sell this cataloguing system through record shops or by mail order.
48. Publish a monthly audio cassette for one trade such as newsagents, grocers, hair salons, book sellers, etc. Each cassette should give: trade news, management tips, suggestions for improving sales, etc. Organize a direct mail campaign to recruit subscribers to your audio newsletter.
49. Start a newspaper and magazine roadside stand. Ask established newspaper vendors how they got started.
50. Produce a correspondence course about how to write good poetry. If most poets received a small amount of tuition about how to compose poems their work would improve dramatically. Sell the course by advertising in women's magazines.
I hope that these small business ideas have inspired you to consider starting a small business of your own.

50 Side Businesses You Can Start On Your Own

In the past, I’ve discussed how it’s a good idea to spend your spare time dabbling in entrepreneurship: it fills your time with something that you choose (and thus you enjoy) and sets up a potential long-term revenue stream. I also discussed how I got a side business going myself.
Since then, lots of readers have written to me, asking for ideas on how to start a simple side business. What follows is a list of 50 of those ideas that I’ve collected over the last year or so. Each of these ideas is very simple to start, and most can be done as a sole proprietorship at first (meaning you don’t have to file any legal documents to get started, though you will want to do that if it starts to take off). Most of these can be done at home in your spare time in your spare space, too.
Ready? See if there are any ideas below that fit you well. If you find an idea, seek out a guide on how to get started in that area.
Antique refurbishment This is a perfect side business for people who love antiquing. Take worn-out antiques home with you, invest the time and care needed to transform those old items into something amazing, then resell them at a profit.
Auto detailing Have a meticulous eye for detail and love to get things gleaming clean? Auto detailing is probably a perfect side business for you. In essence, your job is to make carssparkle inside and out – and many people are quite happy to pay well for this service.
Babysitting Got lots of evenings free? Like kids? Babysitting may be a great side business for you. Keep an eye on multiple children on Friday and Saturday nights and you can earn some solid income.
Bed and breakfast Have some extra space in your home? Turn that extra bedroom into a “bed and breakfast” room. This works particularly well if you have a somewhat older home or live near an area that attracts regular travelers and tourists.
Blogging If you enjoy writing, find a topic you’re passionate about and start a blog on the topic. All you need is a computer, some time, and some energy to consistently write.
Cake decorating Enjoy baking and have a bit of an artistic touch? Learn how to decorate cakes and make them for special events. One of my mother’s old friends does this and makes quite a bit of money on the side.
Candle making Candle making is a great little craft to learn. You can often easily sell the candles at local shops and also through websites like Etsy.com.
Candy making Homemade candies are easier to make than you think and quite popular. Package them in nice little boxes and sell them through a local gift shop.
Card making This is another artistic “crafty” angle you can follow. Make greeting/birthday cards from scratch using your own photographs, some blank cards, and a healthy dose of artistic flair. Again, you san sell items like these through a local gift shop or at sites like etsy.com.
Catering If you love to cook, take the “Blondie” route and start a home catering business. Catering is a business that’s perfectly designed to reward those who plan well and can often fit perfectly into weekends, lining up wonderfully opposite a normal workweek.
Childcare service Many states allow people to start up in-home daycares with minimal licensing and paperwork. If you love children and have plenty of time and space at home, this is a perfect business to get into.
Cleaning services for businesses Many businesses and civic institutions have a need for individuals who will provide cleaning services at a low cost outside of business hours. This is a great side business for those who can put in a few hours late at night or on weekends.
Collectible trading If there’s a particular type of collectible that you know a great deal about, you can often make good money as a collectible trader, utilizing tools like eBay and opportunities to find those collectibles in the community. I had some success with this myself with both trading cards and video games in the past.
Computer troubleshooting I had some success with this in the past, though I’ve largely moved away from it now. If you have a knack for fixing computers, this is a good place to start.
Consignment buyer Consignment shops and consignment auctions are often loaded with good deals if you know how to identify them – quite often, you can turn these good deals around and make a nice profit elsewhere. Get started by visiting some consignment shops and critically evaluating the prices on the items there.
Cookie making Much like candy making, homemade cookies can be a great seller. Bake the cookies, package them well, and resell them through a local gift shop. Often, you can find people in your social network who will buy batches from you for special occasions.
Dinner preparer I recently met a woman who earned quite a bit of money as a very part-time chef. Once a week, she would go to someone’s house and prepare a homemade meal for their family, then do all the dishes and cleanup work. This gives the family plenty of together time, while earning the lady some cash in the pocket. If you love to cook, this can be a great opportunity, but you may have to put a lot of work into searching for clients.
Event coordinator Events like family reunions and large parties are often full of busywork that many people simply don’t want to tackle. That can be the perfect place for you to step in and take charge of the planning and coordination.
Event DJing Are you an audiophile? If you have a great sound system and a large selection of music, you’ve already got what you need to hire yourself out as a DJ for various events and receptions. This is a great way to fill an afternoon and evening while also earning some cash in the process.
Exercise teacher Many gymnasiums will trade membership and often a bit more for a person willing and able to teach an exercise class. If you’re in good shape, this is a great opportunity to earn some extra money, plus it can often lead to additional income with one-on-one teaching opportunities.
Furniture making If you’re adept at woodworking and have just a bit of basic equipment, it’s easy to get into business making deck furniture. It only requires a few items – a saw, a drill, a sander – and some creativity and passion for working with wood.
Garage sale management One person I know holds a garage sale at their house almost every weekend during the summer. As a result, that person has a lot of regular customers who stop by almost every weekend to see what’s on sale. That person then goes to neighbors and friends and offers to sell their stuff at that yard sale for them, splitting the proceeds. People are usually happy to do this, since they don’t have to go to all of the work of running a yard sale, but still get rid of unwanted items and earn a bit of money, too.
Gardening services I’ve actually had requests from others for people willing to do this, so the demand is out there. To put it simply, some people are willing to pay others to get a vegetable or flower garden started for them in their yard so they can have access to ultra-fresh produce without all the legwork.
Handy man services Skilled at basic home repair? Let people know that they can call you for little repair jobs, like basic plumbing and other things. You’d be amazed at the simple things people are willing to pay others to help them with.
Housecleaning Many people simply don’t enjoy cleaning their homes and are willing to pay a reasonable price to have someone do the work for them. This is a great way to earn extra money in a flexible way, particularly if you have time off during the workweek.
Interior decorating Fascinated by interior design? Have a huge collection of interior design materials around? Many people are quite happy to hire individuals to help them decorate their home – I know, for one, that I have no eye for this type of thing.
Jewelry making If you have a good eye for detail work and a lot of patience, homemade jewelry can be quite profitable. As with other items on this list, there are many opportunities to sell such items through local gift shops or at sites like etsy.
Knitting / crocheting / quilting Skilled at creating blankets and sweaters? There’s a hugemarket for these types of items – even better, you can usually make them in your spare time whenever you have it. As always, local shops and places like etsy are great places to go to sell such items.
Landscaping services Willing to mow lawns and trim bushes and trees? Many people are quite happy to pay for such services. Not only is this a great side business for a fit adult, it’s also a great way for a teenager to get a small business started.
Meal-to-go preparations Remember my earlier post about breakfast burritos? Making meals in advance is a great way to save money for yourself – but you can often prepare these for others as well and sell them for a markup. Prepare eight casseroles, for example, then sell six of them to cover your costs, and you’ve got two free dinners for your family (and maybe a bit more). You can grow this by taking orders from others and finding out what they like.
Online media consultant Like participating on messageboards, Facebook, Twitter, and so on? Become an online media consultant and help people promote things. Start small – help local businesses get a presence on Facebook and set them up with Twitter. From there, you can grow to whatever works for you.
Personal shopping Many very busy people and elderly people are willing to pay a fee for people to do their shopping for them. Simply retrieve a shopping list from them, return with the receipt, and accept payment for the purchased items (plus a little fee). You can often do this in conjunction with your own shopping trip if you’re well-organized (take two carts!).
Pet grooming Many people loathe bathing their pets and trimming their hair – I know I do. Pet groomers perform these tasks for a small fee – a perfect job for a person who loves dogs and cats.
Pet sitting When people go on trips, they’re often concerned as to what will happen with their pets. That’s where you step in – offer yourself as a safe place to leave their pets, or be willing to go to their home to take care of their pets.
Pet walking Many busy people leave their pets home all day, but realize that those pets really could use a vigorous walk (and an opportunity to relieve themselves) during the day. Pet walking is a great opportunity for exercise, fresh air, and some pocket money if you have free time during each day.
Pet yard waste cleanup For many people in suburban areas, cleaning up pet yard waste is a real hassle – it’s disgusting, for one. Instead of cleaning it up themselves, they might hire someone to do it regularly, two to three times a week. There are several such services in our area, actually.
Produce selling Like to grow vegetables? Focus in on one vegetable and sell the excess to grocery stores and at farmers’ markets. My father does this with tomatoes and earns some solid extra money during the summer months. You can do really well, though, if you can grow things inside during the winter – February fresh tomatoes can sell quite well.
Proofreading Have strong English skills and exceptional grammar? You may have opportunities to work as a proofreader from home. Advertising for this can be difficult – seek out those who might actually be able to use your services and advertise directly to them.
Public speaking If you’re the type of person who can get the attention of a room easily, public speaking might be for you. Take advantage of every public speaking opportunity you can and you’ll be surprised at the opportunities that make themselves available for you.
Scrapbook making Many people dream of having beautiful scrapbooks. They collect all the materials they want in the scrapbooks but never follow through on the actual creation. You can step in here – take their ideas and materials and assemble a scrapbook for them.
Senior citizen assistance Many elderly people need assistance with a wide variety of simple household tasks – cleaning, laundry, and so forth. Many children of elderly people are quite willing to hire someone to help out their parents.
Sewing and alterations My wife is quite handy with a sewing machine and often hems and modifies our children’s clothes. She could easily take this a step further and offer her services to others, doing basic garment repair and modification for a small price on lazy evenings.
Soap making Making amazing homemade soaps isn’t as hard as you might think – it just takes time and patience. Again, items like these can easily be sold via local gift shops and through websites like etsy.
Teaching music If you know how to play an instrument (particularly the piano or the guitar) and have patience, you’ve got what you need to teach others how to play. Offer lessons in that instrument to others – this can also be an excellent thing to barter with, too.
Toy making From simple things like sock monkeys to more elaborate things like handcrafted chess sets, many people are willing to pay good money for handcrafted toys that you can easily make at home in your spare time. Again, gift shops are the place to go with items like these.
Tutoring Did you major in a particular topic in college? Do you have patience with children? You likely have what you need to tutor kids in particular subjects. Seek out parents and let them know that you tutor in a particular subject and provide materials for them to share and phone calls will often trickle in.
Video preparation services Many people like to have videos made for special events, such as weddings, or for gifts. This may mean actually taking the video yourself at a special event, or it may mean simply assembling materials and creating a video from those items. Either way, with a well-equipped PC, some taste, and some patience, you can make quite sophisticated video productions at home.
Virtual assistant Many ultra-busy professionals appreciate having someone who can check and answer their email, organize task lists for them, update their calendars, and so on, with minimal interaction. The best part is that you can provide this service from home with a good internet connection.
Web site design Many small businesses in your community could use a very basic web presence to tell others about their business. Quite often, these businesses don’t have a large budget for such things. That’s where you come in – get a bunch of clients from the local community by beating the pavement, create sites for them, and maintain them for a small fee. Get enough businesses and you have a nice side business of your own that doesn’t require a ton of maintenance time.
Wedding planner If you’re one of those people who can’t help but flip through bridal magazines and think about various wedding arrangements in your daydreams, wedding planning might be the perfect thing for you. A great way to get started is to develop a website on the topic, get to know people online, and offer your services throughout the community.
I’m betting the readers have many, many more ideas along these same lines.

Jumat, 10 Februari 2012

Tun Mahathir

Tun Mahthir.. siapa yang ga kenal? buat orang indonesia banyak yang ga tau, aku aja baru tau pas uda di malaysia denger cerita2 dari kakak aku, beliau adalah Perdana mentri malaysia yang ke-4... orang yang sangat berjasa di malaysia, gitu katanya... memang betul sejak beliau menjabat, malaysia jadi negara maju dari sebelumnya,,, sebenernya aku ga tau banyak tentang sejarah apa-apa tentang beliau dan malaysia, haha,, cuma sekilas info saja,..

terus, gimana ceritanya aku bisa difoto bareng, waktu itu aku sama elis pergi jalan2 ke Pavilion seperti biasa ke lantai 6 diamana disana ada tempat yang namanya Tokyo Street, ala2 tokyo gt, semua barang2 n makanannya ala Japan. nah kebetulan tuh ada pak Tun Mahathir ngelewat lagi jalan2 juga di tokyo street, mungkin lagi survey bisnis or something? ga tau de,, waktu itu aku liat dia di kawal dengan 2 bodyguardnya. mungkin bodyguard mungkin juga bukan sih, soalny pakaiannya ngga keliatan kayak bodyguard. trus2... dalam hati gw "wiihh ada tun mahathir, pengen foto >.< tapi ngga ah, ga berani malu.... ntr disangka sksd lagi ?" ehh.. tiba2 ada 2 orang cewe n cowo yg buru2 nyerobot menghampiri dia, 
she said " Can i take picture with you please? " busseett berani gt,,, wahh kalo gitu aku juga mau deh.. cepet2 deh aku panggil elis and,,, giliran gw, ga ngomong apa2 cuma senyum terus berdiri di pinggir beliau,, ternyata orangnya ga sombong yah,, rendah hati, murah senyumm... sesudah selesai foto aku bilang "thank you very much..." cepet2 deh masih banyak yang ngantri loh di belakang,,, :D

Kamis, 09 Februari 2012

Don't you remember?

Adele - Don't you remember
Huaaa.... lagu ini ng'na banget sama kisah gw, ckckk,.. kisah fairy tale gw,, yang belum ada lanjutannya. what? lanjutan? emanknya telenovela apa ck..

when will i see you again?
you left with no goodbye, not a single word was said
no final kiss to seal anything
i had no idea of the state we were in.
i know i have a fickle heart and bitterness
and a wandering eye, and a heaviness in my head
but don't you remember, don't you remember?
the reason you loved me before,
baby please remember me once more.
when was the last time you thought of me?
or have you completely erased me from your memories?
i often think about where i went wrong.
the more i do, the less i know.
but i know i have a fickle heart and bitterness
and a wandering eye, and a heaviness in my head.
but don't you remember, don't you remember?
the reason you loved me before,
baby please remember me once more.
i gave you the space so you could breathe,
i kept my distance so you would be free,
i hope that you find the missing piece
to bring you back to me.
why don't you remember, don't you remember?
the reason you loved me before,
baby please remember me once more.
when will i see you again?

terus apa hubungannya sama cerita gw? lirik ini ngungkapin apa yang ada di hati gw,. I hope that you find the missing piece to bring you back to me..
hmm... dari lirik itu aja uda ketauan apa yang ada dipikiran gw kan. rencannya gw mau tulis semua kisah gw waktu itu.
satu lagi lagu adele yang gw suka liriknya. I'll be waiting.. :( huuuuu