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Thursday, March 20, 2014

The Life After the Graduation

March is about to end and it is also the time where students are about to wear their toga ( a term used here in my country for Academic Dresses). It is graduation month indeed and I remember those happy moments when I was walking up on stage with my mom while taking my very own diploma. Of course, as what they always say, graduating college is not the end of your path. It might took you 16 consecutive years before arriving on that moment but that doesn't mean it is over. In fact, your life is just about to begin. After graduating college, that is the time where you have to get the job according to your profession. This is the time where you have to apply everything that you have learned from your lessons. It is a challenging task indeed but if you achieved your desired position or job, it will leave a very overwhelming and rewarding feeling.
Unfortunately, the growing rate of Unemployment is very alarming and it is quite sad that after sacrificing 16 years of studying, you will end up with nothing. Patience is a virtue as what they say but in this kind of matter, I don't think this quote is very applicable. I remember when I was in fourth year college, a group of companies visited our school to invite us to be a part of their companies. Some of my classmates managed to be accepted after our graduation while some of us don't. The good thing here is that online recruitment agencies are ready to help us to find our desired jobs easily. There are plenty of graduate jobs in recruitment and I bet a huge percentage of companies are looking for fresh graduates. However, keep in mind that once you get hired, you do not have to stop yourself from working hard and in fact, you have to try even more in order to make a good working impression which could eventually lead to promotion. Good luck!

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Fast Driver

Tired of collecting Speeding tickets? Always being caught due to overspeeding? Well, first, if there is something in you that you have to establish, then it has to be your so called Self discipline. You have to be a responsible driver all the time. You do not have to be reckless or drive too fast on the road if it is really not necessary at all. Keep in mind that you can never tell where and when the accident will occur so you have to be very careful all the time top prevent you from any sense of danger.
Although I, myself, can't deny the fact is a fast driver. Driving at normal speed is somehow not exciting although i try my best to make sure that I am not taking it over the top. I am not a reckless driver and I always secure myself. If the road is free, then that is the time to increase my speed at some point but if it's too crowded and risky, then I would rather drive the slowest than putting myself in great danger. Keep in mind guys that there is no such thing as "safe road" so always be alert to prevent yourself from any devastating loss.
Moving back to this Speeding tickets thing. I'm sure you have heard about these fascinating installable radars for your cars right? Best Radar detectors can warn you for approaching speed traps. You can certainly avoid these irritating (and usually very costly) speeding tickets. But of course, despite of having a great advantage of this device, we still have to discipline ourselves and never take it for granted. We have to be responsible, otherwise, we might be risking not just our car but our lives as well.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Setting a Date

Have you ever been set for a blind date? My friends are actually encouraging and used to set me up for a blind date. Actually, i never attended any of those dates except last month because they really forced me to. The date turned out great and the girl I met was really friendly and cute. I never met her prior to our date and I have no idea about her actually. Well, I'm happy that we're friends now but I don't think i can extend our relationship much further especially now that I've heard that she's now dating someone. That's pretty fine with me and on the first place, I am really not in to this Blind date thing. For me, it is very important to know the person first before inviting her for a date. I took date as a serious matter. If I am going to date someone, then I want to make sure that she's the one that I am going to be with forever.
Actually, I preferred those dating website other than setting me up for a date to someone I am not familiar with. Dating websites will allow you to make your own profile, and meet other people online. Of course, most of this people are singles because they will not be on that site on the first place if they're already committed to someone right? Interestingly, most of them are free dating websites which offer a lot of wonderful features like chat, video calls and a whole lot more. I have friends who have met their partner online and this could also be my chance. Who knows right? The right girl is probably waiting for me on the other side of the cyber world. Cool.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

How Technology Changed the Way we Communicate

It is very interesting to know how much improvement technology does in the way we communicate. Remember those days where people are communicating to each other through mails and telephone? I remember my mom keep on telling me how my dad get in touch with her despite of their long distance relationship during their teenage years. Pen pal is quite popular back then where both lovers will write down series of letters to each other and mail it directly to their addresses. Same thing goes with the so-called "Phone Pal". As what the term suggest, both lovers will try to get in touch with each other via phone calls. Usually, they spend huge amount of time over the phone chit chatting about everything.
Nowadays, we are so lucky that technology brought us some innovative ways on how to communicate to each other. We now have cellular phones that allows us to call or send text massages to each other no matter where we are. On top of that, we can now also use the Internet to communicate in a much easier way. In fact, dating has made easier through Internet.
100-freedating.com , for an instance is great site to look for other singles online. It is very ideal way to find your soul mate. You'll stat off my making a profile of your own and start searching for other profiles and to know them much better, you can use the site's features including the chat and video calls. If you are interested you can visit http://www.100-freedating.com/ to see what else the site has to offer.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Top 10 Girl Group Songs part 2

now here's the second part of our list of top 10 girl group songs of all time.check on the first part here.the list were from Nutsie.com.


5.He's So Fine~The Chiffons. is a recording by The Chiffons which topped the Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks in the spring of 1963. One of the most instantly recognizable Golden Oldies with its doo-lang doo-lang doo-lang background vocal, "He's So Fine" is also renowned as the plaintiff song in the now-infamous plagiarism case against George Harrison's "My Sweet Lord"."He's So Fine" was written by Ronald Mack, an acquaintance of the Chiffons' members who set himself up as their manager after overhearing them sing in their high school's lunch room.


4.Maybe~The Chantels. is a popular song, with words and music credited to the producer/writer/arranger and lead singer of The Valentines, Richard Barrett, but probably written by the Chantels' lead Arlene Smith and George Goldner, was a song first recorded by The Chantels on October 16, 1957 in a doo-wop style, released in December 1957, and climbing the charts in January 1958. The Chantels's version reached #15 in the pop chart and #2 in the R&B chart. It was subsequently described as "arguably, the first true glimmering of the girl group sound". Rolling Stone ranked it #195 on their list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.



3.Chapel of Love~ The Dixie Cups. is a song written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector, and made famous by The Dixie Cups in 1964, spending three weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. There have also been many other versions of this song. This was also the debut release of the new Red Bird Records run by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller along with George Goldner.



2.Be My Baby~The Ronettes. is a 1963 single written by Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, and Ellie Greenwich, performed by The Ronettes and produced by Spector. When released as a single, the song reached #2 on the U.S. Billboard Pop Singles Chart and #4 on the UK's Record Retailer. "Be My Baby" also peaked at number four on the R&B chart.As sung by The Ronettes the song is #22 on Rolling Stone's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.In 1999, it was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame, and in 2006, the Library of Congress honored their version by adding it to the United States National Recording Registry. Pitchfork Media placed it at number 6 on its list of "The 200 Greatest Songs of the 1960s". Time included the song on its list of the All-TIME 100 Songs




1.Will You Love Me Tomorrow~The Shirlles. also known as "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow", is a song written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King and originally recorded by The Shirelles. The song was, in some respect, an "answer" by Carole to her ex-boyfriend's (Neil Sedaka) recording of "Oh, Carol". It has been recorded by many artists and was ranked among Rolling Stone 's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time at #126. The song is notable for being the first song by an all-girl group to reach #1 in the United States. The song is in AABA form


Top 10 Girl Group songs part 1



Girl groups emerged in the late 1950s as groups of young singers teamed up with behind-the-scenes songwriters and music producers to create hit singles, often featuring glossy production values and backing by top studio musicians. Some acts involved certain members of the group taking the position of lead vocalist, while the rest are considered as supporting vocalists. In later eras the girl group template would be applied to disco, contemporary R&B, and country-based formats as well as pop.

10.Stop In The Name Of Love~The Supremes.
Is a 1965 song recorded by The Supremes for Motown label.Written and produced by Holland-Dozier-Holland.this song was included on the Supremes' sixth album.this hit held the number-one positon on the Billboard Pop singles chart in the United States from March 21,1965 through April 3 on the same year and reached the number-two on the soul chart."Stop in the name of love" was nominated for the 1966 Grammy Award for best contempory rock and rock group vocal performance.It was also honored by inclusion inthe Rock and Roll hall of fame's collection of the 500 songs that shaped Rock and Roll.


9. Leader Of The Pack~the Shagri-Las.Is a 1964 pop song recorded by girl group The Shangri-Las under the label of Red Bird records.The song bacame number-one on the Billboard Hot 100 on November 28,1964.The tune was credited to producer George"Shadow" Morton with Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich.According to Morton,he wrote the song for the Goodies but instead was needed as a follow-u[ to the Shargri-Lass hit "Remember(walking in the sand)".



8.Da Doo Ron Ron ~The Crystals.1963 hit single by The Crystals and was produces by Phil Spector in his Wall of Sounds style.this song was written by Jeff Barry,Ellie Greenwich and Spector.on May 11 1963,it reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100 also reached five in UK.


7.Please Mr.Postman~The Marvelettes.is the debut single by The Marvelettes for the Tamla (Motown) label, notable as the first Motown song to reach the number-one position on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart. The single achieved this position in late 1961; it hit number one on the R&B chart as well.



6.Jimmy Mack~Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.is a 1967 pop/soul single recorded by Martha and the Vandellas for Motown's Gordy imprint. Written and produced by Motown's main creative team, Holland–Dozier–Holland, "Jimmy Mack" was the final Top 10 hit for the Vandellas in the United States, peaking at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1967 and at number-one on the Billboard R&B Singles chart.The inspiration for this song came from a 1964 music industry awards dinner, which Lamont Dozier attended. At the ceremony the mother of the songwriter Ronnie Mack accepted an award for her son, who had recently died, for his composition He's So Fine. Under pressure to come up with a hit for Reeves and the Vandellas, Dozier and the team penned this song in part a tribute to Mack the writer.


Thursday, August 16, 2012

Billboard Top 100: Whiste at no.1


OK its been a while since i posted this but i've been tarcking the charts ever since. our list today surprises me there are a lot of switching lately.Flo Rida's new single Whistle makes it way to the top,beating those who reign the number one spot.
Flo Rida used to feature other singers for his song but this time he did the whole song all by him self. so here's the list early this morning


Top 10 from Billboard hot 100 list as of August 17TH
  1. Whistle ~FloRida
  2. Lights ~Ellie Goulding
  3. Call me maybe~Carly Rae Jepsen
  4. Wide awake~Katy Perry
  5. Payphone~Maroon5 ft Wiz Kahlifa
  6. Somebody I used to know~Gotye ft Kimbra
  7. Titanium~David Guetta ft Sia
  8. Some nights~fun
  9. Home~Phillip Phillips
  10. Where have you been~Rihanna


Listen to Flo Rida's "Whistle"