Pernahkah semasa kecil dulu kita lakukan perkara
1. Buka kipas meja , cakap dengan kipas sebab nak dengar suara bertukar.
2. Naik kereta dan tengok bulan. Ingat bulan tu ikut kita.
3. Naik basikal, boleh lepas tangan dari "handle", rasa hebat.
4. Masa sekolah, ade orang bagi milo percuma, lepas ambil sekali menyamar jadi
orang lain, ambil milo lagi sekali.
5. Masa sekolah, ade orang dtg jual vitagen/susu/buku/barang, bawak balik list,
mintak duit nak beli kat mak bapak.
6. Lukis burung guna huruf M atau V
7. Lukis matahari di penjuru atas kertas lukisan dan antara bukit
8. Masa kecil fikir bentuk hati yang sebenar macam ni -->♥
9. Tutup pintu peti ais perlahan lahan, sebab hendak tengok lampu peti ais
10. Kalau tak siap kerja sekolah , sengaja tinggalkan buku latihan di rumah.
11. Pergi dekat peti ais tempat freezer atas tu dan bubuh muka kasi sejuk.
12. Main game Pacman atau Mario
13. Main lubang tikus
14. Mintak biodata kawan2 tulis dalam buku ( facebook zaman dulu)
15. Kalau pergi shopping mesti pergi tempat TOY dulu.
16. Buat jet kertas
17. Tengok Power Rangers, Flashman, Maskman, Suria Baja Hitam etc.
18. Lawan pemadam
19. Penggal/Tuju selipar
20. Main bubble wrap
21. Minum air panas dlm piring
p/s : Soo nostalgic!! really-really miss this moment..
Hewlett-Packard, the world's largest
maker of personal computers, is to cut 27,000 jobs by end of 2014.
The company said the cuts - about 8% of its workforce - will reduce costs by
up to $3.5bn (£2.2bn) a year.
HP said in a statement that the money would be reinvested into the company.
The move was part of a "productivity initiative designed to simplify business
processes" and comes as rival products such as the iPad tablet computer eat into
As part of the changes, the head of HP's Autonomy division, Mike Lynch, is
being replaced by Bill Veghte, HP's chief strategy officer. Mr Lynch will leave
after what HP called a "transition period".
Mr Lynch founded software company Autonomy as a small start-up and turned
into one of the UK's largest technology companies.
It was bought by HP last year for more than $10bn.
HP employs about 350,000 people worldwide and about 20,000 in the UK. A
spokesman said it was too early to say exactly where the job cuts would hit, but
no part of the business would escape some losses.
"We have not yet announced specific plans with regards to specific locations.
We do expect the workforce reduction to impact just about every business and
region," the spokesman said.
Richard Bond Business correspondent, BBC Look East
It's difficult to imagine Autonomy without Mike Lynch. The student who left
Cambridge University without a penny to his name dominated the culture of the
firm. He built Autonomy after getting a £2,000 loan from a man in a pub. His
drive and entrepreneurial flair was fundamental to the growth of the firm.
Although many people found him difficult and demanding to work for, he was held
in awe by rank-and-file staff.
That's why Autonomy's 300 Cambridge staff are worried about the future. One
man, who declined to be identified, said: "Without Mike, we have a grim outlook.
He was the reason many people work here. A brain drain of senior people is
already under way."
Autonomy's new leader, Bill Veghte, is due to speak to staff in Cambridge on
Friday. Many are sceptical that he will be able to rekindle Autonomy's
News of the job losses overshadowed the release on
Wednesday of HP's latest quarterly results. The company's profits and revenues
were both better than analysts had estimated.
California-based HP reported a 31% fall in profits in the second quarter to
$1.6bn. Revenue in the period fell 3% on a year ago to $30.7bn.
Meg Whitman, HP's chief executive, said: "This quarter we exceeded our
previously provided outlook and are executing against our strategy, but we still
have a lot of work to do."
The former chief executive of eBay joined HP in September, vowing to turn
around the company after a series of problems including a failed tablet computer
and an announcement that it was considering an exit from the PC business.
Her predecessor, Leo Apotheker, was ousted after just 11 months on the
HP's shares, which fell as much as 5% on Wednesday and closed 3% down, were
up 6.6% in after-hours trading on Wall Street.