Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Yes!... we are One Step Closer to Maxis Om Nom Nom Race..
Don't you know??? Apa benda la Maxis Om Nom Nom Race ni....I know... absolutely...yeahhh...
Ha, Meh aku terangkan sikit... Maxis nak bagi kitorang makan FREE!... dpt hadiah menarik lak tu kalau menang... sapa taknak? Orang yang hilang akal jer yang taknak... hahaha... Maxis now brings you “The Maxis Om Nom Nom Race”, 60 bloggers will race against time to complete various food challenges all around Malaysia and win great prizes!
kat mana? ha..baca la sendiri kat bawah ni..
Date: 15 January 2011 (Saturday)
Venue: Modesto’s, Ground Floor, Capital Square, 7 Persiaran CapSquare 50100, Kuala Lumpur
Time: 8am-7pm (all participants must register before 9am)
Dress code: customized “The Maxis Om Nom Nom Race” T-shirts will be provided
SEE YOU THERE!(hopefully)...hahaha... please please... pick me pick me with all my team members... tak sabar nak makan puas-puas a.k.a melantak nih..... nom nom... BURRPPP....
See the burger.. we will finish it...yeahhh... tungguuuu... nyum nyumm..
Why you would love to be a part of this Maxis Om Nom Nom Race???
*Off course ler nak menang...
*Sebab makan free.. sapa taknak.. dah la mmg aku suka makan...nyum nyum...burrpppp
*Suka race, tak kira la race apa pun...hehe...
*Suka pakai gadget-gadget canggih(semasa Maxis Om Nom Nom Race ni, kitorang akan dibekalkan dengan iPhone 4, the Finder301 application, tak akan sesat punya lah,dan yang paling best: Maxis Wireless Broadband, internet dimana-mana).... kalau tak mampu beli, dapat pinjam untuk pakai pun takpe la..
hadiah yang ditawarkan menarik tu... nak tau apa HADIAH??? Jeng Jeng Jeng... tadaaaaa;
There are 2 main prizes to be won. The 2 teams who earn the most points will win the following:
1st Prize: A trip to Hong Kong 3 days 2 nights with 5-star accommodation (for the winning team members of 4 pax) worth RM10,000, and also 4x HTC Desire Z (1 per winning member)
Dah la dapat pergi ke Hong Kong , dapat lagi HTC Desire Z.... perghhh...memang menangis la orang tgk beb...
2nd Prize: 4 x HTC 7 Mozart (1 per winning member)
Perghhh.... kalau tak menang no.1, no.2 dpt nie pun best gak.... yeaahoooo...
All 60 participants will be rewarded with Maxis goodie bags.
Paling kurang dapat la yang nih... macam-macam ada dalam Maxis goodie bag tu...
Interesting??? yeahh..memang menarik ler hadiah2 tu...
Korang tau tak??? The Best Broadband are...... MAXIS , nak tahu package2 lebih lanjut??? Click la link bawah ni:
memang menarik la , confirm laju... kalau tak percaya cuba la beb..
murah pulak tu
Iphone 4 mmg best, terhangat dipasaran..sampai kene que panjang la kalau nak membeli...berebut2 orang..
Kalau dah pakai Iphone 4 ni, wajib la pakai application Maxis Finder301: Malaysia’s best way to find and share what’s good around you. ... memang confirm tak sesat jalan la.. Nak tahu lebih lanjut... click jer kat link nih:
Semua bende2 canggih kat atas ni(Iphone4,Finder301,wireless broadband) boleh didapati di MAXIS... macam-macam ada...
Ok, kita brief sikit tentang race nih:
At the starting point and each location, each team will receive an envelope of clues and instructions on how to find their next location. The iPhone 4 GPS and Finder301 applications will be instrumental to finding these locations.
Once at a correct location, there will be Maxis Om Nom Nom Race “marshals” ready to assist. They will point you to your assigned table and you will be served some of the venue’s best dishes. Upon sampling these dishes you are to then write a blog review on the restaurant and its dishes (with the laptop and maxis wireless broadband modem provided) . You must include “The Maxis Om Nom Nom Race” within the title of your post.
Winners are determined on a POINTS basis:
a) The less time you take, the more points you gain
b) The higher the quality of your blog review, the more points you gain
c) For bonus points, post each review on all 4 team members’ blogs.
d) For extra bonus points, tweet and update your facebook status on your Maxis Om Nom Nom Race activities and blog reviews.
e) There will be 5 main locations for the hunt. There will be a specific timeframe for each location (e.g. 11am – 12noon : Location 2) . If you do not arrive at a location in time, points will be deducted.
Dan.... yang terakhir..... My team members:
Ha, nama team kami: NOM NOM BURPP! , gerun tak tgk cara kami makan tu...memang pelahap ler....boleh dikatakan...hahaha
Filla - juara X Rell ok, takkan korang tak kenal.. jangan korang sangka kurus cekeding camni tak kuat makan... bagi jer ape jenis makanan, habis...licin...umakaiii... jin pun kalah...sila lah gerun dgn pompuan ni yer... pompuan nih jugak blogger yang tersangat active... macam dah jadi overtime blogger la...kerje pejabat tu dah jadi macam part time dia lak... hahaha... jgn marah yer FILLA.. ampunn...
.entry Filla disini
Moon - Bukan bulan yer...macam lagu yuna lak, oohhh bulann....hahaha..melawak, melawak...jgn marah yer buk MOON. Okeh..dia ni seorang pompuan yang mmg giler camera DSLR, editing dia memang cun giler la, cair habis la kalau customer2 tengok.. habis kemana2 digendongnyer DSLR tu... sampai 2,3 biji DSLR tersangkut kat leher dia tuh... bak kata pepatah, berat mata memandang, berat lagi leher yang memikul.... so, kesimpulan nyer mmg agak gagah perkasa la jugak...kalau setakat makan tu..mmg celah gigi dia jer la... sila gerun yer semua...entry Moon disini
Sutan - Ampunnn tuanku...opsss...mana ko punya 'L', sekali silap da... ha, mamat nih pulak hero industan yang dah nak kearah K-pop, apa jadiknya tu nanti yer, hindustan campur korea...Si Sutan nih, memanjang pakai porch bag, walaupun dah tanggal porch bag tu tapi tetap melekat jugak kat perut tu... ha, apa maknanya tu... maknanya mamat nie seorang yang maju kedepan perutnya...hahaha, jgn marah yer bro!... so, maknanya, makanan tu mmg dah jadi makanan dia la.. kalau nak ajak lumba makan dengan dia, hentikan lahh .entry Sutan disini
Opsss...tertinggal satu lagik... SIZE baju: L ok kot... sebab berat badan baru 50kg sepuluh tahun yang lepas...hahaha...
Jgn lupa yer, pilih kami!... i support u!..challenge!!!!
Monday, January 10, 2011
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is FINDER301?
FINDER301 is your key to finding and sharing great places around you. Available on the web and via your phone, you'll be able to find places like restaurants, banks, ATMs, police stations, clinics and Maxis Service Centres near you. FINDER301 is also a food directory where you can search for the type of food you want. To get started, send FINDER to 301.
2. What are the benefits of FINDER301?
Via the web: FINDER301 is a great way to share your favourite restaurants with your friends. All your picks are tagged in a Google map that lets your friends find your recommendation instantly and easily.
You can add reviews, photos and even recommend must-have dishes at your favourite eating spots.
Via your phone: FINDER301 is an easy way to find the location of what you're looking for. Just send an sms with a keyword to 301 and you'll get back a list of choices for free! For instance, if you're looking for laksa and you're in KLCC, just send ‘laksa' to 301 and you'll get a list of great laksa locations around you in KLCC.
What's more, once you've picked a choice, FINDER301 will send you additional information like its address and telephone number. If you have a data plan, you can even click on a link to read reviews and get a map to show you where it really is!
Apart from restaurants, FINDER301 also has a directory of ATMs, banks, police stations, hospitals, clinics and Maxis Service Centers around you.
3. Who can use the FINDER301 service?
The FINDER301 service is currently for Maxis subscribers only, and is available via the web and via SMS. Listings are currently located within the nationwide, but with your help, the FINDER301 directory will soon list great places all over Malaysia.
Registering for the FINDER301 service is FREE. By registering, you have also become a FINDER301 member, which means there will be a list of your favourite restaurants tagged to your account. You will be able to see, via Google maps, the location of your favourite eating spots. Soon, you'll be able to share this information with friends.
FINDER301 web service
4. How do I sign up and why should I?
If you are a new user, sign up for a new account for free. You will have to key in your mobile number, after which a TAC will be sent to your mobile phone. Once you have received a TAC, please complete the registration process as each TAC will expire after five minutes. You will be automatically registered after you provide us with all the required information, and you can begin posting immediately.
By registering you have also become a FINDER301 member, which means there will be a list of your favourite restaurants tagged to your account. You will be able to see, via Google maps, the location of your favourite eating spots. Soon, you'll be able to share this information with friends.
5. How do I post details about my favourite restaurant?
Once you've signed in, you can begin posting details about your favourite places. To add a restaurant, click on "MyPlaces." Then, click on "Add New Place" and fill in the details of your chosen restaurant. Repeat this step to post details on other restaurants. You will be able to see all your favourite restaurants every time you sign in.
6. What are the places I can find in FINDER301.com?
They range from classy restaurants perfect for a romantic dinner for two to laid-back mamak restaurants and kopi tiams where you can enjoy a glass of teh tarik and local cuisine. If you can't find your favourite restaurant, then why not add it to Finder301 and be the first to rate it?
FINDER301 SMS Service
7. How do I use FINDER301 with my phone?
You need to be either a Maxis or Hotlink subscriber and have an SMS-enabled phone in order to access the FINDER301 service. You can access the FINDER301 service by sending "FINDER" to 301. An SMS will be sent back to you with more information on how to use the service. In order to use the map/review portion of the service, you will need a WAP/GPRS enabled phone with a web browser.
8. Is the FINDER301 service free?
Each SMS request is FREE. For non-subscription member, each SMS received is RM0.15. For subscription member, you will receive unlimited FREE searches and premium food content for only RM0.50/week
Data charges apply when you click on the link to view reviews and maps. For data charges, please visit the Maxis website at www.maxis.com.my to view charging details. You can also immediately sign up for a data plan by dialing *100# and choosing Maxis Mobile Internet. Data plans start from RM2 for one hour.
9. How do I perform a search?
Send "search" to 301, i.e. send "laksa" to 301. You can also search by categories, i.e. send "makan" to 301. A list of results near you will be returned. By replying with the number of the search i.e. "1", you can find out more details for that particular result.
10. What type of information can I request via SMS?
You can request for information simply by sending a search request to 301 e.g. send BANK to 301 or MAXIS to 301.
Currently, Maxis subscribers can request for the following information via SMS:
- - restaurants or food choices
- - ATMS
- - Banks
- - Police stations
- - Hospitals & clinics
- - Maxis Service Centers
11. I am a Maxis prepaid (Hotlink) user, can I use the service as well?
Yes, the service is open to Maxis prepaid (Hotlink) users. You may use this service provided you have enough credit to send an sms.
12. If I send an SMS in the wrong format or a wrong keyword, can I still receive the information?
No, you will receive an SMS to inform you that you have sent the SMS in the wrong format/keyword and as such, the information requested for could not be retrieved.
13. When / where is this service available?
This service is available throughout Malaysia, but for now, the directory only has listings from within the nationwide. As listings on the FINDER301 website increase, the service will be able to return results based on other locations in Malaysia. You can use the FINDER301 service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
14. If I have problems using the service, whom shall I talk to?
Please call the Maxis Customer Service line at 123 (postpaid customers) or 1300 820 120 for (prepaid/Hotlink customers).
Sunday, January 2, 2011
Wow!..gempak giler nih..
Ada sesiapa nak bagi hadiah Iphone 4 kat aku tak? hehehe
Apple iPhone 4 ReviewIn the box
- iPhone 4
- Apple 3.5mm headphone
- USB Dock connector
- USB Power Adaptor
The iPhone 4 represents a much more significant upgrade since its last jump from the 3G to the 3GS, and is marked with several hardware added to iPhone improvements. The phone has been plagued by antenna issues and screen problems, but that has not dampened the buying public.
The iPhone 4 retains the basic design of the previous iPhones, a brick of electronics, and a screen with a central button. However this iteration, with dimensions at 115.2 x 58.6 x 9.3 mm, is much more squarish, has a flat back and is covered in scratch-free plate glass, front and back. The phone’s borders are covered with aluminium, and still follows Apple’s standard for aesthetics.
The phone is has a nice, dense weight to it, but it is by no means light, at 137g.
Apple has coined their 3.5 inch HD screen, ‘Retina Display’. The screen displays 960x360 pixels and it does display some clear eye candy. Apple plugs it as a crystal clear screen which the user can look at from any angle without losing any of the quality. One thing we do agree with Apple, is the Retina Display does display some eye candy on screen, watching movies on the screen is a joy as well.
The ubiquitous home central button remains, on the left spine, it still retains the volume rocker but it is spilt into two buttons, the vibrate trigger is there as well. The top of the phone has the 3.5mm headphone jack and the power button.
Meanwhile, the Apple charger dock is at the bottom. The microSIM slot is located on the right side of the phone, and will require a smidge more strength to eject said slot. The front-facing camera allows photos and video calls (Apple is calling it FaceTime). FaceTime is only does Wi-Fi calls right now, but Apple claims a software update will enable 3G calls soon.
The battery pack is increased 16% to deal with further hardware upgrades, and multitasking which comes with iOS4. But out testing shows similar battery life before we had to charge the phone again.
Apple retained the same memory size for the iPhone 4, at 16 or 32 GB. There is also a 1GHz processor, which should translate into extra speeds. The iPhone 4 has a gyroscope to increase the accuracy of the accelerometer control and the maps function.
The iPhone 4 is installed with the iOS4 on the get go, Apple has been touting multitasking as the iOS4’s major upgrade, users will be able to switch back and forth between applications without having to shut down the app entirely to access another one. You can control
iOS4 allows multiple accounts now, and it can either as viewed unified as a one long thread or we can choose to see our Hotmail or Gmail as a separate account. Emails can now be organised by thread, much like a text conversation. Within the thread, the amount of unread messages is displayed.
Other upgrades include a refurbished UI, where the apps and the wallpaper are spruced up. The Springboard is also revamped. iOS4 allows the screen’s portrait to be locked as well, so you can read lying down, without the screen going in all directions.
iBooks comes free on the App store, it logs in with your App store/iTunes account. iBooks is similar to the iPad’s app, swiping left and right will turn the page. You can also read your books horizontally. A quick scroll at the bottom, will allow quick jumping to your favourite page or chapter. There is also the ability to bookmark your pages, highlight words or sentences, and search them through a free dictionary, or Google or Wikipedia.
To address the antenna issues, iOS 4.0.1 will give the iPhone 4 a curved display, which will display a more accurate representation of the signal received.
iOS4 retains functionality like Spotlight, MMS, voice control, and Cut, Copy and Paste. The
The UI remains easy to use, and with further upgrades to make it even more useful.
The iPhone 4 has quad-band connectivity options (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), 7.2Mbps HSDPA, GRPS, EDGE, Bluetooth 2.1 and Wi-Fi.
The iPhone 4 has a 5 megapixel camera and has a LED flash, with a digital zoom. Photo quality is above average, and would give point and shoot camera’s a run for their money, especially with the handiness of a mobile device. The iPhone 4 retains the ability to tap-to-focus. The tap-to- focus works very much like an autofocus camera.
The front facing camera shoots at 640x480 pixels, and is able to record video as well.
The phone’s camera sees a video recorder option, recording at 720p@30fps. The quality is pretty good and allows video editing or trimming as Apple calls it. like copy and paste, there are grab points that can be pulled from one point to the other. You still cannot cut the middle and paste front and back parts together. But, now you can save your edit copy without overwriting the previous one.
Everything old is new again with the iPhone 4, the device is follows the proven designs of previous iPhones but spruced up with a HD screen and video call camera. The iOS4 remains the bedrock of the device, with ease of use in mind.
Apple is slowly piling on the hardware, but they are still behind compared to one or two bleeding cutting edge phones like the HTC EVO 4G. There is also the antenna issue, which depends on who you want to listen to, represents either a catastrophic disaster for the phone or a minor speed bump. The bumper Apple’s handing out is a stopgap measure, but from what we’ve seen it will not hinder the phone or its functions.
All in all, it is still a good smartphone to have, with better hardware, a proven UI, and still remains a beautiful device. We don’t see Apple reducing the pricing for the iPhone 4, so we are expecting a similar contract – RM 2,400 onward with a commitment fee. The iPhone 4 is expected to arrive by the end of August, with both Maxis and DiGi announcing its availability.