Tuesday, March 24, 2009


We can say that every student has their own laptop.Each has its own type or model.Laptop is mini computer that make student's live goes easier as it is smaller that can be carried anywhere.In fact, when student wants to do some works that need them to go a place that away from home, it is easier for them to carry along with them.
A laptop (also known as a notebook) is a personal computer designed for mobile use small enough to sit on one's lap.[1] A laptop includes most of the typical components of a desktop computer, including a display, a keyboard, a pointing device (a touchpad, also known as a trackpad, or a pointing stick), speakers, as well as a battery, into a single small and light unit. Laptops are usually shaped like a large notebook with thicknesses between 0.7–1.5 inches (18–38 mm) and dimensions ranging from 10x8 inches (27x22cm, 13" display) to 15x11 inches (39x28cm, 17" display) and up. Modern laptops weigh 3 to 12 pounds (1.4 to 5.4 kg).


Monday, March 23, 2009


Do you know that the word 'Young' can be express as so many meaning and one of them is can be indicated for a place's name.It is not only can be described as the meaning of not old or something like that.In fact there are about six places in the world that named as Young.There are:
The other meaning is also for music.For example "Young", a song by Nickel Creek from their 2002 album, This Side.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Being scared?

Are you wonder how would you be if you are scared of something.By then, there are a lot of thing that we afraid of such as afraid for love to fade and so on. In fact, Have you ever wondered why being scared makes your heart beat faster and makes you breathe quicker? The body's reaction to fear is called the "fight or flight" response. And people have had it since the beginning of time.

Here's how it works. Imagine you're a caveman or cavewoman alive 100,000 years ago — and you come face to face with a hungry saber-toothed tiger. You have two choices: 1) Run for it (that's flight), or 2) pick up your club and battle with the tiger (that's fight). A final choice (be eaten) doesn't seem like such a good one!

Today, you can apply fight or flight to that bully who confronts you and won't listen to reason. You have two choices: 1) Turn and walk away (flight), or 2) fight, even though you know fighting won't solve the problem.


Wednesday, March 11, 2009


mention about tiger would make you think that this kind of animal is really frightening one.But do you know about its scientific name or what is so special about it.Take a look at this...

The tiger (Panthera tigris) is a member of the Felidae family; the largest of the four "big cats" in the genus Panthera. Native to much of eastern and southern Asia, the tiger is an apex predator and an obligate carnivore. Reaching up to 4 metres (13 ft) in total length and weighing up to 300 kilograms (660 pounds), the larger tiger subspecies are comparable in size to the biggest extinct felids.Aside from their great bulk and power, their most recognizable feature is the pattern of dark vertical stripes that overlays near-white to reddish-orange fur, with lighter underparts. The largest subspecies of tiger is the Siberian tiger.


Monday, March 9, 2009

History of shoes

I have read about this article and it is pretty interesting.It is about the history of shoes which is how shoes can be invented.This is somekind a long story to be mentioned as we don't know exactly when does the shoes appeared in the world.Check this out..

These Greenbelt shoes tell their own story as they have traveled between four to six decades. By looking at the shoes, viewers can create their own ideas of what shoes like these meant to the owner. By looking at shoes like these, the viewers may become more interested regarding their personal value, price, and how they differ from other shoes between 1937- 1945...


Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Japanese Term

A sword-drawing art that includes cutting rolled straw targets
Staff fighting
Martial or Fighting Arts
The Way of the Warrior
Straight sword used in Japan's early history
Feudal landowner
Samurai's two swords (one long - katana, one short - wakizashi)
Edo Period
1600 - 1867 when Tokugawa government ruled Japan
Samurai's duty
War fan
Divided skirt-pants Samurai wore
Heian Period
782 - 1184 when Japan's capital was located in Kyoto
Art of Drawing the Sword
Kamakura Period
1185 - 1332 when the capital of Japan was in Kamakura. Known as the "golden age" of the Japanese sword.
Long sword
Sword - refers specifically to an ancient, two-edge sword made before the ninth century
Art of the Sword
Swords made before the Edo Period
Bow and arrow fighting
Kyuba no michi
The Way of the Horse and Bow
Japanese archery
Name of a sword
Momoyana Period
1573 - 1599 when Samurai began wearing daisho. Also beginning of the Shinto (new sword) period.
Family crest worn on montsuki
Kimono top Japanese wore at formal occasions
Sword maker
Muromachi Period - 1392 - 1572 when constant civil wars greatly increased the production of swords.
Warrior pilgrimage
Long pole with curved blade on one end
Way of the Naginata
Nambokucho Period
1333 - 1391 when two emperors were vying for power in Japan
Long sword
Master-less Samurai
Particular school or style of martial arts
Member of the warrior class
Ritual suicide
Shin Shinto
"New New Sword" - any sword made after Meiji Restoration (1870)
"New Sword" - any sword made between 1596 and 1870
Barbarian subduing General (war lord)
Spear fighting
Warrior monks
Long, deeply curved sword that mounted Samurai used in ancient Japan
"Inside sword" - a term for the longer of two swords Samurai wore
Short sword
Samurai's sensing danger