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image credit: a visual guide. A short while ago, chelsea fuss featured this typographic poster to bring awareness to the issue of image crediting in the blogosphere. (The poster was created by designers pia jane bijkerk and erin loechner with fonts designed by yvette van boven.) It's great to have something definitive in one handy rectangle of space to refer to. When I started this blog, inspired as I was by this new wave of image-heavy blogs, I just tried to follow suit when … Read More

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HOLD ME TIGHT DADDY (via Simplyn)

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HOLD ME TIGHT DADDY Little girl and her father were crossing a bridge. The father was kind of scared so he asked his little daughter, "Sweetheart, please hold my hand so that you don't fall into the river." The little girl said, "No, Dad. You hold my hand." "What's the difference?" Asked the puzzled father. "There's a big difference," replied the little girl.   "If I hold your hand and something happens to me, Chances are that I may let your hand go. But if you hold … Read More

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Master MEC (via Mitra Elektrik Cellurer)

Master MEC

Master adalah jabatan yang menjadi icon atau center diperusahaan ini. Perusahaan ini terdiri dari master-master yang bekerja secara team untuk mengatasi segala kendala dan meraih target yang di inginkan. Oleh karena itu misi perusahaan kami adalah menciptakan master sebanyak banyaknya yang berpenghasilan di atas rata-rata, bahkan sampai titik pasive income. Barometer kesuksesan seorang master di perusahaan kami bukanlah dari besarnya penghasilan, … Read More

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Songkran Festival in Hobart (via FOODTRAIL)

Songkran Festival in Hobart

Songkran Festival in Hobart Happy Thai New Year 2011 to all Thai people, my friends and readers across the globe…  It's Songkran Festival, 13 – 15 April. I knew the festival is on because in Penang it is widely celebrated at a Thai temple, Wat CHayamangkalaram (or passionately known by the locals as the Sleeping Buddha temple). The festival is associated with water, actually throwing of water at anyone! It is a way of cleansing away the bad luck. Not bad if the weather is … Read More

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