Thursday, 14 July 2011

The NEW iPhone 5!

We all know iPhone 4 and I'm sure most, if not everyone just cannot wait to find out the features and wonders of the new iPhone 5 - if there will be one. Well, wait no longer because this video is a hint of how the iPhone 5 will look like and how it will function.

"You cannot imagine how you can live without it or how you can live WITH it"

Sunday, 12 June 2011

Procrastination - friend or foe?

To procrastinate is to delay needlessly,
At least, that's the definition given by thefreedictionary.

Procrastination - friend or foe?
When you're feeling low,
Procrastinating the work for tomorrow
would be a good idea, no?

What about showering before you go to work,
Would procrastinating be your chance to leave the boss impressed,
Or the reason for the boss to say "You're a mess!"
In this case, procrastination - a friend? Give it a rest.

Procrastination - friend or foe?
I don't really know.
Or maybe, I just need to accept the truth,
and say NO, procrastination - you are a foe!

Saturday, 11 June 2011

How to create a sticky post on blogger

What are sticky posts?

Sticky posts are posts in which most bloggers usually put at the top of their blog posts. It ensures that the post stays there even when the blog is updated. Can be used as a reminder for the blogger themselves (like mine) or just a warm welcome message for the readers. Since I had to look through the web to find it, I think I'd share it here just for the sake of it. Hope it'll be beneficial for you.

1. Log in your blogger account and click "Design" on your "Dashboard".

2. Select "Add a Gadget" and choose the function you want to use as your sticky post. For example, if you would like to announce an ongoing contest, you can choose "Text" and enter the details. "Text" allows you to add and edit HTML. By selecting "HTML/Javascript," you can choose to link to a previously written, archived pots that gives the written details of the written details of the contest.

3. Complete the "Add a Gadget" element. Click and drag the item where you want it to be, above the "Blog Posts" section or by the sidebar.

4. Click "Preview" to make sure the sticky post appears where you want it to be, and then click "Save".


1. You can create more than one sticky posts.

2. Using a sticky post is an effective way to drive traffic to additional sites you may have.

3. Sticky posts have no expiration date. To remove a sticky post, simply click on "Design" and click on the sticky post's box element. Click on "Remove" and then "Save".

I found this tutorial from here. I think they used the old blogger. So, I edited some bits of it for the use of new bloggers who may not be familiar with the old blogger's navigations and such.

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