25 October 2010

Download Cheat Point Blank Unity Halloween Edition 25 Oktober 2010

Download Cheat Point Blank Unity Halloween Edition 25 Oktober 2010 ; Tapi kali ini pada tanggal 25 Oktober 2010 atau troopers sering menyebutnya 25102010, ada versi baru, yaitu Cheat Point Blank Unity Halloween Edition 25 Oktober 2010.

Dan seperti yang diketahui, fitur-fitur Cheat PB Unity Haloween Edition 25 Oktober 2010 ini adalah wallshot, Alt_Tab, bomberman, Misi Mayor, dan Mision Card Hack / Hack Mass Medal

Cara pakai : Untuk WS, Alt_Tab Dan bomberman sama seperti unity_AreaV5

Untuk Misi mayor hokey F12...... (Coba di gunakan saat pertama kali masuk PB sebelum pencet hotkey apapun.... trus saat di lobby pencet F12 sampai berbunyi, maaf saya gak ganti filenya... untuk misi mayor sedikit salah coding tapi work...)

Untuk hack misi :

Numpad 1 = P
Numpad 2 = O
Numpad 3 = I
Numpad 4 = N
Numpad 5 = T
Numpad 6 = B
Numpad 7 = L
Numpad 8 = A
Numpad 9 = N
Numpad 0 = K

Untuk Reset Card Pencet DELETE
DOWNLOAD Cheat Point Blank Unity Halloween Edition 25 Oktober 2010 disini

Penjelasan buat cheat yang tidak work :

Gini gan... coba tunggu sampe file otomatis ter injeksi, nnti bakal ada 2 notifikasi... kalo cuma 1 notif berarti file yg 1 nya gak bisa di pake di kompie agan ato mungkin belum terinjeksi, soalnya saya menggunakan 2 file untuk di injeksi yg saya buat dengan 2 program berbeda untuk walshoot, bom sama alt tab saya menggunakan dev-c++ sedangkan untuk misi mayor, dan mision card hack saya menggunakan MS VC++ 2008...

untuk yg menggunakan devc++ saya yakin work semua komputer karena itu murni bahasa C tanpa campurtangan dari pihak microsoft... sedangkan C++ 2008 belum tentu semua komputer work... pada komputer saya work 100% cuma agak ribet buat misi mayor... kalo saya sudah pencet hotkey numpad 1 sampai 0 pasti pencet F12 gak akan bisa... soalnya codingnya agak salah....

tapi kalo saat masuk pertama kali lalu di lobby saya pencet F12 itu work, pangkat berubah jadi kolonel emas, dengan point tak terhingga... nah untuk misi card hack, coba kosongkan seluruh isi kartu misi anda jangan sampai ada misi yg lain... trus beli misi, masuk room, trus pencet 1 sampai 0 dengan cara biasanya mision card hack.... saya gak mungkin share jika tidak saya testing dengan rekan2 clan saya terlebih dahulu... jika rekan2 clan saya bilang work baru saya share... rekan saya berbeda derah, berbeda pulau, dan berbeda komputer pula pastinya

British fashion is worth £21 billion

British fashion is worth £21 billion ; The media can sometimes be the fashion industry's worst enemy. In the past week, as New York's leading designers unveiled their collections at locations all over Manhattan, newspapers and broadcasters in Britain reported on Lady Gaga wearing an outfit made entirely of meat (though, mercifully, she wore it at the MTV Video Music Awards and not on the front row of a fashion show), Victoria Beckham's numerous costume changes and, shock, New York's first outsize fashion show.

It's rarely the many beautiful, commercial clothes that make it on to the front pages - and understandably so. The theatre, brouhaha and glittering celebrity of the fashion world often eclipses what's really going on away from the media glare. But it also means a lot of people do not take fashion very seriously at all.

For the average person on the street, the fashion business can look like a ludicrous world populated by celebrities, eccentrics and an endless stream of fashion "characters" in high heels and wacky hats. It's a presumption that London Fashion Week - which begins today - often suffers from, especially as it's at the epicentre of fashion creativity.

But behind the air-kissing and paparazzi flashing there is a very serious business, as any store owner, editor or designer knows all too well. And at last there is evidence of the fact.

Yesterday Ed Vaizey, the Culture Minister, and Vince Cable, the Business Secretary, helped launch the "Value of Fashion" report at the House of Commons - a detailed survey of the UK's fashion industry that was commissioned by the British Fashion Council (BFC) and put together by Oxford Economics, a well-respected and long-established provider of economic analysis.

The study concludes that the fashion industry is now worth £21 billion a year to the UK economy, and as much as £37 billion when its wider contribution is taken into account, including tourism and related businesses.

The report also found that the fashion business, which is the 15th largest industry in the UK, directly employs 816,000 people, making it the second biggest employer.

It's the first time that a report has provided a comprehensive overview of the fashion industry, and it was put together by analysing the industry's profits and employment across all sectors, from the wholesale, retail and manufacturing of womenswear, menswear and accessories, across designer brands and right down to the high street - from Pringle to Primark - and including related businesses such as fashion education, marketing and media.

The BFC's chairman, Harold Tillman, who has even more of a vested interest in the success of British fashion as he is also chairman of Jaeger and Aquascutum, hopes that the report will give the Government the impetus to invest more in the fashion business: "Fashion is a great British success story and this landmark piece of research underlines its true scope and economic impact. This is just the first step to creating a detailed national action plan for the industry which will help to support its future growth and success."

The report makes recommendations for the future - from providing students with better business training at college to giving them support once their businesses are up and running.

Of course it's easy to pinpoint flaws in the very rosy figures. Many of the high street giants whose vast profits are included in this report base their manufacturing overseas, in China. Many designer brands are also forced to produce abroad, in Italy or France, as the manufacturing base in the UK has declined.

None the less, fashion is important. The designers who will show their collections during London Fashion Week over the next few days will take orders totalling £100 million.

Although that is an impressive figure, it is dwarfed by the sales of global fashion labels in other capitals. However, as Ed Vaizey was quick to point out this week, the country also basks in reflected glory from our talented young designers: "British fashion has the talent, creativity and skills to rival anywhere in the world. Our new and established designers are internationally renowned for their unique vision."

They are also the reason that our fashion colleges are the envy of the world and why major fashion houses from New York, Milan and Paris will all come to London colleges when they are looking for fresh talent for their teams. All of which adds to our "fashion economy".

When the BFC's report points to the tourism that is generated by our fashion business, it is not only referring to the vibrant and creative designer scene - our high-street style is also the envy of women across the globe. Topshop and the like convert designer trends into high-street clothes at record speed - something that other countries' chain-stores may have mimicked but in which British brands still lead the way.

It's why foreign buyers and editors always make a beeline for our high- street stores when they make their bi-annual trips to Fashion Week. The diversity of our high-street fashion is one of its strongest selling points. There is a wealth of choice and the on-trend, well-made clothes are incredibly cheap - which can be a good or a bad thing, depending on your ethics.

There are few young designers on the fashion week calendar who don't have a lucrative deal on the high street that fuels their own business, whether it's Henry Holland at Debenhams, Roksanda Ilincic at Whistles, Giles Deacon at New Look… the list goes on and on.

John Lewis, which reported soaring half-year profits yesterday, has recently launched a £10 million new fashion floor at its Oxford Circus flagship and also unveiled a series of collaborations with British designers including William Tempest, Philip Treacy and shoemaker Terry de Havilland. And, as anyone who shops on the high street knows, such collaborations are increasingly spilling over into everything from interiors to beauty - there are few areas that are not touched in some way by the fashion business.

While the BFC is, quite rightly, making a plea for the Government to support the fashion industry, there are signs that in London, at least, it is flourishing despite some very challenging conditions. Burberry, one of British fashion's great success stories, has moved its shows back to London (it was formerly based in Milan for Fashion Week). After the label's show next Tuesday, customers will be able to order clothes that will be delivered just seven weeks later (rather than the standard six months), many of which are British-made. It's a marker of just how voracious the appetite still is for expensive designer clothes and accessories.

Tom Ford, who staged the most talked about, if least seen, show in New York this week is opening his design studio in London after a five-year absence from womenswear in which he has built his menswear brands and made movies.

And on Monday morning we will have a stark reminder of how incredible British creativity can be built into a global brand when the late Alexander McQueen is given his final send-off with a memorial service at St Paul's Cathedral. McQueen's incredible artistry may have fed into the notion of fashion as a whimsical business that had little relevance to the man, or rather woman, on the street, but much of London's reputation as a fashion centre rests on his, and his contemporaries', shoulders.

Windows 7 mobile for businesses Review

Windows 7 mobile for businesses Review : Windows 7 mobile for businesses ; Microsoft is betting the farm on its new mobile phone operating system, in a high-stakes attempt to succeed in the world of smartphones. I’ve covered earlier Windows operating systems for phones and found them largely uninspiring. Happily, the new version puts most things right. It launches on six phones in the UK on Thursday 21 October.

At first glance, it seems to have turned its back on the business community that was its chief source of custom. This is a consumer-focused system, full of stylish effects and non-business aspects like social networking apps and video playback. It divides the phone into six hubs and only one of them (called Office) is business-oriented. In fact one, Xbox Live, is dedicated to gaming so is definitely not a productivity tool.

But the more you explore, the better Windows Phone 7 appears, business-wise. There are the small touches, like finding your way to a meeting. Touch the calendar, press the address of the meeting and the phone recognises it and takes you to a map, zooming in so that when you’re at street level it shows you a satellite photo to help you spot the building. Better still, if you’ve been delayed, one touch on the Late button in the calendar creates an SMS or email with text to warn your colleagues you’re not going to be on time. This is neat, though it remains to be seen if it subliminally encourages tardiness.

There is one major flaw, frankly all that holds it back from a fifth star: the Office hub includes versions of Word and Excel, which is great, but there’s no cut and paste facility. Given that it’s best to minimise typing on a phone’s virtual keyboard, the lack of a feature to move a paragraph up a page, say, is annoying. Microsoft promised that an update will fix this, but it won't arrive until next year, so if you plan to work on documents a lot, it may be worth holding back.

Although there are half a dozen phones available at launch, there is much uniformity between them. Microsoft has insisted on specifications including screen resolution, processor speed and other features.

I’d choose one of the three HTC handsets: the Mozart has a great unibody casing and the large-screened HD7 is a worthy successor to HTC’s HD2, reviewed here in the past. Though not perfect, Windows Phone 7 is different and exciting, it looks fresh and is easy to use. And once cut and paste is working it will be a sensational business tool.

cooking with flowers

cooking with flowers ; Smells have the power – more than music or photographs – to take you back to a particular place and time. Sometimes, while walking the children to school or sorting out drawers of clothes, a scent will come to me that reminds me of a time I had completely forgotten. Smells can take you by surprise and leave you marvelling at how the human brain stores the details of our lives. Of course, smell is crucial in the kitchen and provides one of the main pleasures of food. Strong coffee, warm brioche, a pot of chicken stock, all these will make me feel happy even if I am not going to eat them. I got hooked on flowers and food early on.

At a school bring-and-buy sale my mum got me a raffle ticket to win a cake. The cake was pure fairytale stuff for a six-year-old – tiered, covered in ivory icing and scattered with deep-red rose petals and little buds. It smelt of heaven, and the only way I could get enough of that scent, I thought, was to eat it. We didn't win the raffle but the gift my mum bought me to ease the disappointment was also floral. It was a bottle of African violets – my first perfume – in a little china capsule. If the colour purple has a smell, I thought, then this is it. I could almost have drunk it.

For many people floral scents are old-fashioned, cloying, suitable for perfuming granny's clothes but not assertive enough for anyone else. Not me. I have always thought the subtlety of flowers rendered them mysterious, foreign and desirable. Few things have tantalised and seduced like scents. The Romans scattered rose petals on their floors, Cleopatra anointed her hands with oil of roses, Roman gladiators rubbed oil of flowers into their skin before combat and Napoleon used to spend time before a campaign deciding which pair of scented gloves he would wear. Making love to Antony while smelling of roses? The lavender-scented loins of burly men? I would say that makes floral scents pretty sexy.

The trend for wild food and growing our own, along with a growing love of Middle Eastern food, has brought cooking with flowers into vogue. In an age when the most exotic spices have been made familiar the smell of blossoms in our pans still has the power to transport. Food is always more than something to sate hunger. It is also about pleasure. Adding a whiff of rose or orange-blossom water to a syrup to drench a cake or dusting lavender sugar over a plate of meringues makes you into a perfumer as well as a cook – a conjuror of the senses.

Click on the links to the left for Diana's delicious flower-filled recipes: Turkish rose and cardamom ice cream with pistachio biscuits; brown-sugar meringues with lavender cream and blackberries; and orange and ricotta cake with oranges in flower-water syrup

24 October 2010

Definisi efektivitas eksplisit dan implisit

Definisi efektivitas eksplisit dan implisit ;
Definisi eksplisit:
gamblang, tegas, terus terang, tidak berbelit-belit (sehingga orang dapat menangkap maksudnya dengan mudah dan tidak mempunyai gambaran yang kabur atau salah mengenai berita, keputusan, pidato, dsb); tersurat.

eksplisit : makna/maksud diajukan secara langsung dan jelas
implisit : makna/maksud diajukan tidak secara langsung dan sembunyi2

contohnya :
saya ingin km memberi bintang pd jawaban aq
aq bilang :bintangin jawaban aq pliz (eksplisit)
jawaban lainnya gak pantas dibintangin (implisit)

Makna eksplisit adalah makna absolut yang langsung diacu oleh bahasa. Konsep makna ini bersifat denotatif (sebenarnya) sebagai representasi dari bahasa kognitif.

Sedangkan makna implisit adalah makna universal yang disembunyikan oleh bahasa.Konsep makna ini bersifat konotatif (kias) sebagai representasi dari bahasa emotif. Makna eksplisit mengacu pada informasi, sedangkan makna implisit mengacu pada emosi.

Ornamental fish business, Promising Business opportunities

Ornamental fish business, Promising Business opportunities ; Ornamental fish is an entertainment product that has real economic value. Different kinds and various sizes of ornamental fish currently on the market locally, nationally, and internationally both freshwater and seawater. The beauty of body shape and color of ornamental fish to make anyone excited and amazed if looking for . Characteristic of those who make ornamental fish enthusiasts willing to spend a lot of money in order to have various kinds of ornamental fish and tank.
In the city of Kendari, a number of ornamental fish sellers began popping up a lot. However, they still have not totally concerned with this business. This is caused by the prospect of ornamental fish in the city of Kendari still less attention. Ornamental fish culture is still very limited, mostly brought in from outside the city of Kendari.

Starting from a hobby, now a business that could be categorized as a promising business. "Sales of ornamental fish in the market always follow the trend of ornamental fish are again much-loved by the fans," said Sigit, one fan and owner of this ornamental fish business.

Sigit itself does not have a background in science to keep the fish. All of the experience gained since the start happy and interested in ornamental fish. "Back then it was just simply happy and eventually became a hobby," he said. "This business is not the first attempt, I originally started the business food trade but with a different consideration I finally decided to wrestle this ornamental fish business," continued the father of three children. For those of you who are still registered as a Civil Servant dilingkup Southeast Sulawesi provincial government is making efforts being cultivated today is jobs, "Well ... for in case have retired can no events too," he said with a chuckle.

Ornamental fish business in the vicinity of the roundabout this MandongaDistricts started in 1999 by Sigit by hiring three workers are still bound by family ties with him. In a day can be sold around 10 fish with a price of USD 50-20 thousand per head depending on the type and size. "This fish is brought in from Jakarta and Surabaya, but more than Makassar considering the area near and rapid distribution and transportation costs are a bit low," he said.

Sigit able to earn a profit of about Rp 2 million per month from businesses that have long run. Which pioneered the business since 10 years ago it has increased. This can be seen from the orders obtained, initially only come from within the city but now  fish demand also came from various areas, such as Bombana, Kolaka, and several other areas in the Southeast. Although many have penetrated this business, middle-aged man is still optimistic in business.

Improvement of the business is influenced by several factors, and one of them is a continuous maintenance. Maintenance is the maintenance of the ornamental or aquarium fish living and feeding is concerned. Maintenance on the ornamental or aquarium fish life is change of water every 2 weeks. Substitution of this water is not as a whole but only in part with a ratio of 50: 50. Water that is used should be water precipitated pam 8 hours, or can also use water from drilled wells. This is done to prevent the fish do not feel stressed and continue to feel there in the original habitat or living place originally.

In addition, replacement of water, also after cleaning an aquarium with a way to wipe the walls of the aquarium. Not only of where the life or aquarium, but also must memperatikan feeding. Feed given regularly in the morning or late afternoon in accordance with a rate of ornamental fish for fish is not too full. This maintenance is necessary to support the promotion of ornamental fish business has started ogled by many as a promising business opportunity. The more we try, the more there is a way to gain business opportunities.

new US networks block shows from Google TV

new US networks block shows from Google TV ; It means that hit television shows, such as The Office and CSI cannot be viewed through Google TV, a new service from the search giant that makes it easier for people to access on-demand content, scheduled television and the best of the internet through special set-top boxes or enabled TVs.

The reasons for the action have not officially been stated, but it is thought that some broadcasters are concerned Google TV will cannibalise existing revenue streams, and could tip the balance of power away from broadcasters and the networks in favour of Google.

UN calls for US to investigate torture claims revealed in leaked reports

UN calls for US to investigate torture claims revealed in leaked reports ; Manfred Nowak, the UN's special rapporteur on torture, told the BBC the US President Barack Obama had an "obligation" to carry out an independent and objective investigation. "There is an obligation to investigate whenever there are credible allegations torture has happened – and these allegations are more than credible – and then it is up to the courts," he said.

"It is then up to the courts on the one hand to bring the perpetrators to justice and also on the other hand to provide the victims with adequate reparation for the harm they have suffered."