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Tahniah YB Budiman Mohd Zohdi Selamat bertugas YB dan pulangkan kembali senyuman untuk Sungai Besar. Tahniah kepada semua jentera BN yang terlibat di dua kawasan. Anda yang terbaik..
Tahniah YB Datin Mastura Mohd Yazit Selamat bertugas YB dan pulangkan kembali senyuman untuk Kuala Kangsar
Dah agak sekian lagi blog ini tak diaktifkan, makanya kita kembali semula. Biar pun perlahan, kami cubalah juga seterdaya kami.

Berikut ini adalah tips penting dihari mengundi.

1.Pergi Awal 
Pergi awal boleh balik awal banyak kerja nak buat

2.Jangan lupa kad pengenalan. 
Kad pengenalan saja yang paling penting. Kad2 lain spt besday kad lain kalilah..

3.Tetapkan Pilihan 
Tetapkan calon parti mana nak pilih. jangan tukar. Jika nak undi BN teruskan niat murni tu. Jika nak undi pembangkang,fikirkan, masa untuk tukar.


4.Buat Undian. 
Pergi ke pondok BN untuk buat semakan dan anda akan dibawa ke bilik. Anda akan berterima kasih kepada diri anda nanti kerana undi BN hari ini.
Ha rupanya, kita ingatkan cuma dana saja DAP dapat daripada Yahudi, rupanya petangai pun turut dilampirkan sekali.Tengok sahajalah ragam mereka berkempen.

Perhatikan perangai Amanah, dah jadi lebih daripada perangai setan. Dahlah tak reti nak hormat orang tengah sembahyang Terawih, dia ganyang pulak orang yang pergi tegur dia buat salah,

Baik ke perangai macam tu? Huh memang sebiji perangai Natanyahu... Dia balun pulak budak di media sosialya bernama Era Pasca  Dia orang ni memang sial, Budak tu tak bertanding pun nak jadi calon, kenapa nak malukan dia macam tu?

Yang sebenarnya anjing amanah tu bukan berjaya nak malukan budak tu, tetapi mereka berjaya menunjukkan perangai yahudi yang dilampirkan sekali dengan dana yang mereka dapat.


POSTED BY  Brian Pedro Rizal  SOURCE  Google


A partnership with the Eiffel Tower Operating Company takes you up the Eiffel Tower in the comfort of your own home.


Providing panoramic street level views of various different cities, Google's Street View service was impressive enough when it launched just over six years ago. Since then, though, the service has expanded to include so much more than just city streets and suburban roads, allowing users to visit penguins in Antarctica or the inside of Thomas Jefferson's house.

This week, Google announced that Street View has gone up the Eiffel Tower. Street View has had images of the Eiffel Tower for years, but now the service allows users to actually go up the tower. The Google Cultural Institute and the Eiffel Tower Operating Company teamed up to create three online exhibitions that cover the history of the Eiffel Tower.

The first covers the birth of the Tower; the second covers the construction; and the third covers the opening of the monument and its first visitors. Google's Street View imagery is featured in the exhibit and was captured using the Street View Trolley, which was designed especially for monuments and museums. It snapped 360-degree views of the monument’s architecture and its views over Paris.

The company's Street View panoramas are complemented by 50 archival images, plans, engravings and photos that tell the story of the Eiffel Tower’s development and social impact in the 19th century. This includes a recording of Gustave Eiffel’s voice by Thomas Edison. Check the exhibits (one, two, three) for yourself.

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NEW YORK – The PC is dead. Long live the tablet! Following the worst quarter ever for worldwide shipments of personal computers -- the biggest decline in almost 20 years, blamed by many analysts on weak demand for Windows 8 -- numbers slumped an additional 11 percent in the April-June period, according to data from research firms Gartner and IDC, as people continued to migrate to tablets and other mobile devices.

Gartner said Wednesday that the PC industry is now experiencing the longest decline in its history, as shipments dropped for the fifth consecutive quarter. Computer makers shipped 76 million PCs in the April-June period, down from 85 million in the same three months of 2012, according to Gartner.

International Data Corp., which uses slightly different methodology, essentially came to the same conclusion, though it noted that the decline was slightly smaller than expected.

"With second quarter growth so close to forecast, we are still looking for some improvement in growth during the second half of the year," said Jay Chou, senior analyst at IDC, in a statement. "Slower growth in Europe and China reflect the risks, while the improved U.S. outlook reflects potential improvement."

Gartner's Mikako Kitagawa said inexpensive tablets are displacing low-end computers in "mature" markets such as the United States. In emerging markets like China, meanwhile "inexpensive tablets have become the first computing device for many people, who at best are deferring the purchase of a PC. This is also accounting for the collapse of the mini notebook market," she added.

IDC said the numbers "reflect a market that is still struggling with the transition to touch-based systems running Windows 8." Microsoft Corp.'s latest operating system launched in October and sales have disappointed analysts. But Kitagawa said that while "Windows 8 has been blamed by some as the reason for the PC market's decline, we believe this is unfounded as it does not explain the sustained decline in PC shipments."

Lenovo was the No. 1 PC maker, beating out rival Hewlett-Packard Co. by a narrow margin, according to both firms.

The Associated Press contributed to this report
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