Celcom New Monthly BIS only RM25...!!!

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This is it...!!! The answer to our prayers...!!! In my previous post I was really devastated by Maxis' decision to reshuffle its BIS package. The cheapest one, RM20/month full access with limitation to 100MB usage but starting from next month users wouldn't be able to enjoy the same old package anymore. But fret no more!

I've just discovered that Celcom had recently created a brand new package for its users.

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According to Celcom, the 2 new packages are not promotional. So, it's a relief. Those who are not Celcom users, you can always choose to port to Celcom via Mobile Number Portability but it's not gonna be a problem for me because I have a Celcom number and I've always been a loyal Celcom user.

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So, you can always make a comparison up there. As you know, why Celcom is a little bit more expensive (RM5 more) is because it gives you streaming ability and 250MB per month unlike Maxis that used to give you no streaming ability and only 100MB per month.

It's your right, you decide!

Maxis BIS Bonus - The End of Cheap BIS

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This is it! This is the point where we (Maxis BlackBerry users) have been afraid of. It's finally happening! Maxis has finally decided to put an end to Maxis BIS Bonus, after the extension that they have made since January 2011.

The old BIS Bonus had 2 packages. Monthly RM20 and weekly RM7. I am still currently using monthly RM20, but this is gonna be the end of it. Starting from next month, I'll have to use RM30 a month with limited access.

Monthly BIS Bonus enables me to use foursquare. Maybe I can't use it after this. This is a devastating news for my friends and I who have been a loyal user of this package. Whether we like it or not, we have to change plan starting from next month.

I've decided. Once my BIS Bonus expires, I'll be using Monthly BIS Social. It gives you the access to social networking (Facebook, Twitter, Myspace), BBM and other IMs. I won't be able to use Push Email anymore but I'm not really using it anyway. More expensive, I hope Maxis realizes that how much they have crushed our soul by doing this to their customers.

Tutorial - Nuffnang Registration

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This is my first time doing a tutorial entry. I wanna talk about Nuffnang. Some of you might ask, what is nuffnang? Nuffnang is an online blog advertising community, claiming 118,817 bloggers spanning Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and Australia. (wikipedia.org, 2011) So, as you can see I've put 2 ads on my blog and I've been only active for a few months and I got RM3.75. I'm gonna keep on climbing!

Nuffnang Registration

1) First, you have to sign up on Nuffnang
2) Then, fill out the form with your exact details. No playing around.

3) Click Blog Manager like down here.

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4) Put your blog. If you have more than 1 blog, just put them. The more the merrier.

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5) After completing this step, you need to answer a very simple survey to proceed.

Steps to include ads on your blog

1) Click Add Ad as shown below.

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2) Then, open Dashboard-Layout-Edit HTML. Then check the box "Expand Widget Templates"

3) To put the first code on the header of your blog, copy the code "To put on header". Then paste the code shown below. To find the code as shown below, press and hold CTRL+F.

<div id='outer-wrapper'><div id='wrap2'>

<!-- skip links for text browsers -->
<span id='skiplinks' style='display:none;'>
<a href='#main'>skip to main </a> |
<a href='#sidebar'>skip to sidebar </a>
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Black Box - What you need to find.
Red Box - Nuffnang.

4) After you have finished, click on Save Template. Try click on "Preview" first, to see if your ads appear on your blog or not.

5) To put the code on the side bar, just put it basically like putting a new widget on "Add Gadget". Open Dashboard-Layout-Page Elements, then "Add a Gadjet" and choose "HTML/Javascript" and directly copy the code "To put on sidebar" and paste into the gadget that you have chosen. Preview it again to see whether it works or not.

6) Reopen Dashboard-Layout-Edit HTML. Find the code as shown below by pressing CTRL+F

<b:include data='post' name='post'/>
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>
<b:include data='post' name='comments'/>

7) Copy the code "To put between contents" below the code you have found in step 6. Then click on Save Template. Done!
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Black Box - What you need to find.
Red Box - Nuffnang.

To get more earnings fast, get the "Glitterati" status and try to avoid putting a lot of ads from different companies. Have fun and all the best!!!

*taken and translated from Intan Nurul Fateha.*

FieLD eXPeRieNCe FiNaLe...!!!

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Today is the final day I'm here. St. John's Institution. I'm seriously gonna miss you after this despite the fact that coming here back and forth is not the most wonderful thing to go through. If I need to come here much longer I think I'm gonna turn into a GREEN monster at the bottom. It's not that I don't like the school, I love the school actually. It's just that I hate the hustle and bustle that I had to go through everyday coming to this school, traffic jams especially.

Well, this is goodbye I guess. I got a present from the school for my last day today, a Bahasa Malaysia relief class in 3H, the 3rd class out of 6 classes. I guess I need to get a few things ready before going there. Till next time. (^^,)

FieLD eXPeRieNCe & WHaTNoT...!!!

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Ok, I have been very busy with a lot of stuff. I can’t even have time for myself. I just wish that everything will be over and we can get on with our lives.

Since last Monday, Emma, Azia and I have been in this school. What school? Which school? It’s St. John’s Institution at Bukit Nanas. This school is located in the middle of Kuala Lumpur, like seriously. We have to wake up extremely early and depart from Shah Alam to Kuala Lumpur every single day going back and forth.

It’s not like we want to come to this school so badly but it’s because it’s already been assigned to us and there’s nothing we can do about it. Having said that, I love it here even though our time here almost comes to an end. This is our 2nd week here, 2nd last day before we bid farewell to the school and its people. Teachers are nice, the admin staffs are friendly, the food is great and cheap, the staff room is cold, and the Internet access is marvelous. There’s nothing that I don’t like about this school.

While I’m here, I have done 4 classroom observations and 2 classroom lessons. Well, the 2 classroom lessons weren’t compulsory but I requested to do them from my mentor, Madam Gokilavani. She’s a nice mentor, by the way. She supports me and tells me what should I do and don’t do. She even gave me a good feedback for my teaching. I’ve taught form 1N and form 4O.

Tomorrow is my final day here and I’ve nothing to doo today. Maybe, I’ll just finish my ROS report before going back continuing the semester break. These photos below show some of my outfit during my 2 whole weeks here.

Azia and I
Azia and Emma
Owh yeah, during this Field Experience I went to Sepang on last Sunday, July 10th. It was Ainin's wedding day. Bombay, Alyaa, Anas, Idzni and I went there for her big day. Though I think she's married at a very young age, I wish her all the best for her marriage and happiness. Right after the wedding, we decided to go for a movie (Mr. Popper's Penguins) and hung out at Big Apple at Jusco Bukit Tinggi. It's Idzni's treat and he's been away for 8 months on a cruise. Not a holiday cruise but shipping cadet cruise.

Me, Idzni and Anas
Fahrol and Ainin
We had a "mini reunion"
Yummy Big Apple donuts
Alyaa with the big black tumbler
Happy faces