Ketika Azazil Berputus Asa

Cukup menarik kisah ini…
Ianya adalah kembara seorang Saintis Astronomi yang Atheis (Tidak Percaya Akan Kewujudan Tuhan), akhirnya mengalami satu peristiwa kegagalan 11 bintang sajajar lalu beliau membuat kajian demi kajian sehingga mengubah pegangan beliau dan akhirnya menemui sesuatu yang sangat-sangat luar biasa. Apakah rahsia yang ditemuinya?
Tujuh Penjuru Pintu Dunia, bakal tertutup rapat. Dimensi MASA dan USIA terus berlari. Rotasinya berputar pantas, bagai bukan lagi sehari. Paksi, dan medan magnerik Bumi tidak selari. Matahari terbenam, terbit dari ufuk misteri.
Disana, ada cahaya dari Ufuk Timur. Sinarannya mencetus ledakkan pertembungan. Al-Mahadi dan Isa Ibn Maryam, pemusnah dogengan kehebatan. Di belakangnya gah tentera pembawa panji destini ketauhidan dan keamanan.
Misi dominasi empayar Iblis bakal dihancurkan. Kembara ini, menembusi era dan zaman, jawaban kepada ummat penutup peradaban kehidupan.
Ayuh dapatkan Novel luarbiasa ini untuk kita bongkar apa yang terjadi….

Semusim di Barzakh (A season in the Realm of Purgatory)

This is an awesome Novel (in Malay) where the writer manages to write an impactful real story that leaves a deep impression on me.

Tiada siapa yang pernah menjengah ke Alam Barzakh, melainkan mereka yang telah pergi TIDAK akan kembali. Keadaannya yang sebenar hanya disampaikan melalui apa yang diceritakan oleh Rasulullah SAW, jadi apakah benar Novel ini ingin menyingkap sesuatu yang mustahil?

Adakah ia adalah BARZAKH yang diceritakan? Bacalah dan terokailah hikmah yang sarat di dalam pelayaran bahtera sastera jiwa agama yang telahpun digarapkan. Ia bukan suatu FITNAH atau rekaan, tetapi berdasarkan pengalaman sebenar seseorang.

Anda akan memahami realitinya yang bakal menggugah jiwa untuk kembali mengingati Tuhan dan kematian..

Cara nak dapatkan WA kepada saya dengan klik link ini atau baca sinopsis novel ini.

A Doctor in the House: The Memoirs of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad

This is the new book launched yesterday at MPH MidValley with the title “A Doctor in the House: The Memoirs of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad”. I think it is interesting and am getting one myself today at MPH Subang Parade. I think it is worth to spend RM100 for this book since in the STAR today it is reported by MPH general manager Tai Kwai Meng, that more than 5,000 copies were sold yesterday. Wow! Simply awesome.

As we all know that in his twenty-two years as Prime Minister of Malaysia Dr Mahathir Mohamad transformed his country from an agricultural backwater into an industrial powerhouse that would become the seventeenth-largest trading nation in the world. Am I sound like a reporter or a politician. Ha aha!

For your information in case that you have forgotten here are some details about Tun.

Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad ( born 10 July 1925) was the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia. He held the post for 22 years from 1981 to 2003, making him Malaysia’s longest-serving Prime Minister, and one of the longest-serving leaders in Asia. Mahathir’s political career spanned almost 40 years, from his election as a Malaysian federal Member of Parliament in 1964, until his resignation as Prime Minister in 2003.

So what are you waiting for, go, go and get the book now!

Are you going to say “YES” 4G Wimax?

Hey guys,

For the past weeks, I have been hearing this question, Are you going to say ‘YES’? At first I am a bit amused with the question and then I realized they are asking about the new YTL Communications, the newest player in the wireless broadband sphere. Calling it ‘4G’ technology, it promises high-speed Internet nearly everywhere you go for cheap and all-you-can-eat!

At the official launch November 19, YTL’s Yes 4G WiMAX service unveiled the prices with prices starting at 2.64 sen per MB for data usage totalling 2.5GB and below. The prices vary according to usage, where the more you use, the cheaper the rate per MB. At 3GB, the rate is 2.25 sen per MB and at 4GB or more, it comes to 2.10 sen.

The “Yes” wireless Internet and voice service is said to be as much as 5 times faster than most users’ current 3G network. The new WiMax network also allows customers to pick their own ID and number. While we’re sure that greater download speeds are a major factor in the exceeding of business expectations, one can never underestimate the power and promise of personalization played in the buoying the service sign ups. Although it may be an ultimately arbitrary factor for the service provider, the appeal of having a say in one’s own number might be construed as “kinda neat” for customers. Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the service is that it will be billed like most utilities, not on a fixed monthly rate, but on an as used basis.

But the real issue in Malaysia is, with this Yes gives a better service than the rest of it kind in the broadband industry. This is yet to be proven and for us to test and to find out. Arrggghhh! As Malaysians we have already been burned by the empty promises of many broadband providers, should we put our trust in YTL?

Guys, let’s not make our own judgment without getting the facts straight and the only way to find out is to try it. As for me, I am staying in Subang Jaya currently I am using P1 Wimax, Maxis broadband and TM Streamyx and all have their advantages and disadvantages.

But I am a happy camper and now I am thinking of saying ‘YES’.

If YTL Communications can live up to their bold claim of providing up to 5 times over 3G existing speeds, then we are really going to be happy campers. TM’s HSBB has already given us a taste of the joy that lightning fast internet speeds can provide, and if YES 4G can do the same for the mobile realm, then we are sold.

In terms of pricing, all we can really say is that we kinda saw this one coming. Sure, a pay-as-you-use system doesn’t sound anywhere near as enticing as the “unlimited” offerings out there, but if YES 4G can provide constant and reliable service, we don’t really see this a being much of a problem. So guys, what say you, let’s try ‘YES’.

Other related News on YES:

Work from Home for 35 PWD draftsmen

Working from home is no longer an illusion. It is a REALITY now. I recently read an interesting news on local dailies, the New Straits Times, on November 08, 2009 with the headlines “35 PWD draftsmen to work from home”. It says that The Works Ministry will go ahead with its pilot project to allow 35 draftsmen from the Public Works Department (PWD) to work from home from January next year. The Works Minister, Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor, said that the project not only aimed to increase productivity but also to reduce the cost of transport of its staff. Read the full news here<<>>

Also read the working paper on this work from home scheme at PWD.


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