Saturday, November 17, 2007

What is search engine and free email that I used?

As internet users, most of us using search engine and email. But what is the best search engine and free email service that suit for us? Regarding, most used search engine on the net. They are Google, Yahoo!, MSN, AOL, and ASK. Well, I never use MSN, AOL, and ASK so do not ask me whether they are good or not. And most internet browser are already have google or yahoo search engine in their program.

And for free email service, there are top 3 that often people used. They are Yahoo!Mail, gmail, MSN Hotmail. I'm using yahoo mail and gmail, never tried hotmail. I using them because they are easy to used.

What's yours?

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Making Money Online

This days alot of people talking about making money on the net. They talking about adsense, became affiliate and get comission from sellers, making review about a product or services, paid by clicking advertise or watching, and many more. They talking it in forums, blog, and even they buy a domain and talking it there.

It's not something wrong with that but the most important thing that every reader should know is: "if it's too easy and too good to be true, then it is". Making money in virtual world is not different from the real world. If you put no hard work, you will get less, or nothing. They need patience, hard work, good product, smart work too, and you need giving something. It says, if you giving something, you will get equal value with your give and time. And if you not giving something to your reader or your buyer, you won't receive anything.

So if you want to receive money from the net, why not starting to give anything what you have. It can start by giving search engine you used (like Yahoo or Google), or your free email service, or your free blog service, and anything you have as long you not giving something illegal.


Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Let's Go to Bali - 1

Denpasar, capital of Bali and the largest, busiest city on the island. On “Jalan Wisnu” off Puputan Square, the Bali Museum contains a survey of Balinese art from prehistoric times to the early 20th century: mask, wood-carving, cages for fighting crickets, neolithic stone implements and scale models of ceremonial events. The museum’s architecture combines the two pirncipal edificies of Bali, the temple and the palace-a blending of building styles of North, East and West of Bali. On the right side of Bali Museum is “Jagatnatha”, the biggest temple in Denpasar. It’s used at evening by Balinese people who lives in Denpasar for praying every 1st and 15th of lunar calendar. The Badung Tourist Office, on “Jalan Surapati” is a five-minute walk from Bali Museum. You can ask them about any events taking place in the country. The Sanggraha Kriya Asta Handicraft Centre at “Tohpati” in the suburbs of Denpasar, exhibits all aspects and styles of Balinese crafts. The centre will give you a good feel for the prices you should be paying, as it is government-run and all prices are fixed.

Kuta is ten kilometres (six miles) south of Denpasar. Once a sleepy fishing village, tens of thousands of travellers and package tourists have over the years turned Kuta into a gigantic First World resort. At least four out of every ten visitors here are young, free-spending Australians, their numbers particularly evident during the Australian Summer of December and January. There are no less than ten discos in Kuta, Legian, and Seminyak, each with a distictive atmosphere. Kuta also boasts excellent body surfing, with clear water and top-to-bottombular surf. Kuta and Legian are the fashion capitals of Southeast Asia, with Indonesian, Italian, American and French designers turning seuses, all with conical hats and yellow t-shirts, cruise the beach. From Kuta, tour companies offer inexpensive minibus tours to places all over the island. Legian is an extention of Kuta which is suit to people who want to stay for several weeks or months. It’s good for playground for young surfies and suburbanites. It has good music, cheap food, bicycle rent and repair shop, fashion shops, banks, and dances that opened everyday – “Barong, Kecak and Ramayana dances”.

Sanur, this beach resort area is nine kilometres (six miles) east of Denpasar is crowded with mostly high-priced hotels. It is quieter, safer, more sheltered and expensive than Kuta/ Legian. The area is known for its shrines carved in white coral, its painters, orchestras and operas. Visit the former home-turned-museum of Le Mayeur, the Belgian artist who lived in Sanur from 1932 to 1958, next to the Grand Bali Beach Hotel; it is now run by the government. Sanur has a really fine lagoon, its coral reef stretching hundreds of metres out to sea with tide pools and swaths of sand. Kite-flying competitions are regular events in the “sawah” surrounding Sanur, the monstrous kites need up to six men to get flied.

Bukit peninsula is dry, rough land which connected to the mainland by an isthmus. On the south coast of bali, there is a whole series of ancient sea temples. All pay homage to the guardian spirits of the sea, but the one most popular is Bukit’s Ulu Watu. The temple is perched on a cliff 90 metres (300 feet) above the Indian Ocean, and fisherman come here to pray to the sea goddess for a good catch. The best time to visit is at sunset, when you can watch the sea turtles swimming below in a hundred shades of churning blue/green sea water. From Ulu Watu, there’s a lovely beaches are 45 minutes descent down the cliffs. The surf under Ulu Watu sometimes reaches eight metres (26 feet) in height, one of the best and challenging surf on the island (right now that place called DreamLand Beach). Nusa Dua is where international-class hotels have been built. It has good security and many of international government meetings held there. There’s also beach which provide beach and air games and a boat to Nusa Penida Island for diving and see the beauty of underwater world. On the way back to Denpasar you can visit Jimbaran, where we can eat seafood as dinner and watch nice view, most of all food sold with a good price. Please come at evening and you will enjoy the view as you enjoy your dinner.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

About Bali

Bali is one of beautiful islands in the world. It's located in Indonesian archipelago in southeast asia. Bali has beautiful long green rice field, white sand beaches, thousand artistic Hinduism temples, lot of places to visit, traditional dances, festivals, and friendly people.
Spectacular views of Bali are at it's beaches especially when sunset have made it one of the most visited places on earth. Bali also one of the best beauty and health SPA service in the world. For years, million people around the world have came to Bali. At least, there are one million tourists from foreign countries that came to Bali in 2006. Most of them came from Australia, Japan, Taiwan, China, and Europe.

Bali is the western most island of the lesser Sundas. It has the sometimes tainted distinction of being the most heavily touristed island in the Indonesia archipelago. Bali is also called “Pulau Dewata” ( The Island of Gods) which people believe their island is just a loan from God. It’s an island characterized by 90 miles long beauty full of rice terrace and holy Mt. Agung which is believe as abode of the Hindu’s Gods. Yes, the religion of inhabitants of Bali are primarily Hindu, although Buddhist influences also became the part of it. Bali has almost 20.000 temples, 60 religious holiday a year, and some 2.000 different dance troupes as part of the religion and ceremonies.

Although the island is only 144 kilometres (90 miles) long by 80 kilometres (50 miles) at its widest, you can still get as lost as you want on Bali. There are hundreds of villages which haven’t changed in 60 years. The law which prohibits the building of any structure higher than a palm tree has saved the natural environment.

Want to know more about Bali? Follow my next post. See you!

Eurobeat Music Style

In recent days, I likes eurobeat music especialy Ayumi Hamasaki song. I'm almost listening everyday. Eurobeat is kind of music that have a fast beat that used alot in DDR games and Initial D anime. Most of eurobeat album only sold in Japan. But I found one of Ayumi eurobeat album cassette in other music store. I feel very lucky. So everytime I heared it, my heart feel dance too.

There's a kind of people who share their eurobeat album in the net. You can search it in google search or in blogsearch but I still recommend you to buy it. If you paid for something's good, you will appreciate it more than getting it free.

If you want more information about eurobeat, visit this links Eurobeat . It's not mine so I'm not responsible about that site and it's content, but you still could get a lot information about eurobeat there.

Monday, November 12, 2007

Foreign Exchange as an Online Making Money Opportunity

In this days there alot people talking about forex trading. Sometimes they call it currency exchange trading. It's an opportunity to making money online. Let's talk about it a little.

Currency exchange is very attractive for both the corporate and individual traders who make money on the Forex - a special financial market assigned for the foreign exchange. The following features make this market different in compare to all other sectors of the world financial system:
-heightened sensibility to a large and continuously changing number of factors,
-accessibility to all traders in the major currencies,
-guaranteed quantity and liquidity of the major currencies,
-increased consideration for several currencies, round-the clock business hours which enable traders to deal after normal hours or during national holidays in their country finding markets abroad open,
-extremely high efficiency relative to other financial markets,
-making money in bullish and also bearish market,
-small required equity,
-working anywhere and anytime from monday to friday 24 hours
-and much more.

I think it's a chance to make a difference in life and working. So I think I will learn it too and I hope I can find my financial freedom from forex trading.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Fried Chicken Recipe


8 pieces chicken wings and marinated
6 cups Crisco Shortening
1 eggs well beaten
2 cups Milk
2 cups Flour
2 teaspoons ground pepper
3 tablespoons salt
1 teaspoon MSG
1/8 teaspoon Garlic Powder
1 dash paprika

Place shortening into the pressure cooker and heat over medium heat to the shortening reaches 400°F. In a small bowl, combine the egg and milk. In another bowl, combine the remaining six dry ingredients. Dip each piece of chicken wings into the milk until fully moistened. Roll the moistened chicken wings in the flour mixture until well coated. In groups of four or five, drop the covered chicken pieces into the shortening and lock the lid. When pressure builds up cook for 10 minutes. (RELEASE TO MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS)