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Website Loading Time Analysis - Pingdom

Have you ever tried visiting websites that takes a century to load on your screen? That you can still have time to go to a grocery and still the website is loading when you came back home?

Analyzing Traffic - Referring URLs and Sites

As far as my personal understanding about URL referrals, getting actual traffic are taken basically from search engines by keyword optimization (SEO) with Luck to be displayed on top of the searched results.

Career Mistakes done by Capable People

As I searched along the web on how can I improve my resume, I stumbled upon an article created by Greg McKeown; a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum.

Acknowledged Referring Sites

By the time a visitor comes to this Blog, chances are they came from somewhere else. The site that they come from, therefore, is called a "referring site". We can certainly view a simple report in Blogger Dashboard.

Currently Overhauling this Website!

But the only thing bothers me is the functionality of the links as well as the arrangement of widgets. At the same time I am a bit concern how this new template may affect the loading time of my blog.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Acute Angina - Sudden Chest Pain

I was going over my Google+ account when one of my circle friends posted this Photo and it seems to be like a Joke but I was curious about the word because I am thinking there might be a medical relevance of the subject matter. So I tried searching "Acute Angina" then presto, found the meaning that I was looking for. So after reading some articles, I thought of sharing this very interesting topic for you guys to look at it.

Wisegeek had this written so I decided to paste it everything here:

Acute angina is a condition that occurs when there is suddenly not enough blood flowing to the heart. Symptoms usually include sudden chest pain, nausea, dizziness, and heart palpitations, and they tend to disappear while at rest. For this reason, it is different from a heart attack, though this condition is a common symptom of coronary artery disease, which means that it is deserving of immediate medical attention. In many cases, this issue is caused by coronary arteries that have become too narrow to allow for sufficient blood to flow to the heart.

Most cases of acute angina appear as a result of activity, including during or just after exercise, a heavy meal, or even stress. All of these activities can require more blood oxygen flowing to the heart than usual, resulting in the narrowed coronary arteries not being able to keep up with the demand. In most cases, the symptoms disappear within minutes, as soon as the patient either rests or puts a nitroglycerin tablet in the mouth, as both actions can decrease blood pressure. This is what separates the symptoms of acute angina from those of a heart attack, as the signs of the latter condition do not usually disappear with rest.

There are two types of this condition, with the most common one being stable angina. Patients with stable angina usually have an idea of when their symptoms will occur, as they often show up when they are active, and disappear with rest or nitroglycerin. On the other hand, unstable angina is more severe, with symptoms that may show up at any time, and do not usually go away with rest or nitroglycerin. In fact, this condition usually precedes a heart attack, so it requires immediate medical attention. Fortunately, this type is much rarer than stable angina.

The most common symptom of acute angina is usually chest discomfort, which is usually described as pressure, heaviness, or even a sharp stabbing pain. This sign may be accompanied by heart palpitations, with the feeling that the heart is going to pound out of the chest. Indigestion, nausea, and even vomiting may occur at the same time, causing the patient to be severely uncomfortable. Another symptom of acute angina is often dizziness or shortness of breath, which is due to the reduced flow of oxygen to the brain. Not surprisingly, anxiety, sweating, and fatigue also often occur during the sudden onset of acute angina, especially if the patient is not aware of what is happening.

Monday, March 3, 2014

IP SUMMIT 2014 - TESDA KorPhil

IP Summit 2014 - TESDA KORPHIL by maxginez3Recognizing the importance of industry partnership/linkage in Technical Vocational Education and Training, the Regional Training Center – Korea Philippines Vocational Training Center Davao in collaboration with TESDA XI, is regularly conducting Industry Forum participated by different industry sectors in Davao Region.

Industry partnerships are a way for industries, employers and government to work together to:
  • maximize job and career opportunities (matching)
  • minimize skill and labor shortages
One of the newest and most dynamic industry partners of the Information Processing trade area (ICT sector) in last year’s industry forum is Maxmedia Enterprise, hence, IP in this year’s summit chooses this print media firm to link with.

Maxmedia in the search for ICT resource speakers for the event not only found them, but even pave the way to make Panabo City’s ICT experts (in the fields of print & electronic media and other ICT disciplines) organize themselves and form the Integrated Panabo Artists and Designers (IPAD).
IP Summit 2014 - TESDA KORPHIL by maxginez3

To officially institute the group, TESDA RTC-KorPhil Davao seek the blessing of ICT Davao as the umbrella of Davao Region’s ICT organizations to induct IPAD Officials during this year’s IP Summit.

The overwhelming support and involvement of the local Government of Panabo City adds more color and joy to the event.

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) was established through the enactment of Republic Act No. 7796, otherwise known as the "Technical Education and Skills Development Act of 1994", which was signed into law by President Fidel V. Ramos on August 25, 1994. This Act aims to encourage the full participation of and mobilize the industry, labor, local government units and technical-vocational institutions in the skills development of the country's human resources.

More Photos of the event by following the Link on our Facebook page:

Friday, February 28, 2014

How to be successful in life and business by Jack Ma of Alibaba.com

Jack Ma Forbes cover by maxginez3
Let us meet one of the most successful Chinese Internet entrepreneurs, who shares his wealth of experiences. The founder and ex-CEO of Alibaba Group.

  • Jack Ma
    Entrepreneur
  • Jack Ma is a Chinese Internet entrepreneur. He is Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group, a family of highly successful Internet-based businesses.Wikipedia
  • Born: September 10, 1964 (age 49), Hangzhou, China
  • Education: Hangzhou Normal University

  • I was inspired by an article written by Priscilla Choo at Vulcanpost.com, about Jack Ma's principles in business. I consider him as an empire builder that I think his thoughts are worth sharing.

  • Jack Ma: The mistake I regretted the most
    In 2001, I made a mistake. I told 18 of my fellow comrades whom embarked on the entrepreneurship journey with me that the highest positions they could go was a managerial role. To fill all our Vice President and Senior Executive positions, we would have to hire from external parties.
    Years later, those I hired were gone, but those whom I doubted their abilities became Vice Presidents or Directors.
    I believe in two principles: Your attitude is more important than your capabilities. Similarly, your decision is more important than your capabilities!
    Jack Ma: You cannot unify everyone’s thoughts, but you can unify everyone through a common goal.
    1. Don’t even trust that you are able to unify what everyone is thinking; it is impossible.
    2. 30% of all people will never believe you. Do not allow your colleagues and employees to work for you. Instead, let them work for a common goal.
    3. It is a lot easier to unite the company under a common goal rather than uniting the company around a particular person.
    Jack Ma, the founder and chief of Alibaba.com by maxginez3
    Jack Ma: What does a leader have that an employee doesn't?
    A leader should never compare his technical skills with his employee’s. Your employee should have superior technical skills than you. If he doesn't, it means you have hired the wrong person.
    What, then, makes the leader stands out?
    1. A leader should be a visionary and have more foresight than an employee.
    2. A leader should have higher grit and tenacity, and be able to endure what the employees can’t.
    3. A leader should have higher endurance and ability to accept and embrace failure.
    The quality of a good leader therefore is his vision, tenacity, and his capability.
    Jack Ma: Don’t be involved in politics
    1. One should always understand that money and political power can never go hand in hand. Once you are in politics, don’t ever think about money anymore. Once you are running a business, don’t ever think of being involved in politics.
    2. When money meets political power, it is similar to a match meeting an explosive- waiting to go off.
    Joe Cummings illustration of Jack Ma by maxginez3
    Jack Ma: The 4 main questions the young generation must ponder on
    1. What is failure: Giving up is the greatest failure.
    2. What is resilience: Once you have been through hardships, grievances and disappointments, only then will you understand what is resilience.
    3. What your duties are: To be more diligent, hardworking, and ambitious than others.
    4. Only fools use their mouth to speak. A smart man uses his brain, and a wise man uses his heart.
    Jack Ma: We are born to live and experience life.
    I always tell myself that we are born here not to work, but to enjoy life. We are here to make things better for one another, and not to work. If you are spending your whole life working, you will certainly regret it.
    No matter how successful you are in your career, you must always remember that we are here to live. If you keep yourself busy working, you will surely regret it.
    Jack Ma on competing and competition
    1. Those that compete aggressively with one another are the foolish ones.
    2. If you view everyone as your enemies, everyone around you will be your enemies.
    3. When you are competing with one another, don’t bring hatred along. Hatred will take you down.
    4. Competition is similar to playing a board of chess. If you lose, we can always have another round. Both players should never fight.
    5. A real businessman or entrepreneur has no enemies. Once he understand this, the sky’s the limit.
    Jack Ma: Don’t make complaining and whining a habit
    If you complain or whine once in a while, it is not a big deal.
    However, if it becomes habitual, it will be similar to drinking: the more you drink, the stronger the thirst. On the path to success, you will notice that the successful ones are not whiners, nor do they complain often.
    The world will not remember what you say, but it will certainly not forget what you have done.
    Ma Yun (Jack Ma), founder and CEO of the Alibaba Group by maxginez3
    Jack Ma’s advice to entrepreneurs
    1. The opportunities that everyone cannot see are the real opportunities.
    2. Always let your employees come to work with a smile.
    3. Customers should be number 1, Employees number 2, and then only your Shareholders come at number 3.
    4. Adopt and change before any major trends or changes.
    5. Forget the money; Forget about earning money.
    6. Rather than having small smart tricks to get by, focus on holding on and persevering.
    7. Your attitude determines your altitude.
    Jack Ma on entrepreneurship
    1. A great opportunity is often hard to be explained clearly; things that can be explained clearly are often not the best opportunities.
    2. You should find someone who has complementary skills to start a company with. You shouldn't necessarily look for someone successful. Find the right people, not the best people.
    3. The most unreliable thing in this world is human relationships.
    4. “Free” is the most expensive word.
    5. Today is cruel, tomorrow will be worse, but the day after tomorrow will be beautiful.
    Jack Ma: The 4 don’ts of entrepreneurship
    1. The scariest things about starting up is the inability to see, to be snobbish, to be unable to understand what is going on, as well as to be unable to keep up with pace.
    2. If you do not know where your competitor is, or overconfident and snobbish about your competitor, or are unable to comprehend how your competitor became a real threat, you will surely fall behind him. Don’t be the “they” in this idiom: First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    3. Even if your competitor is still small in size or weak, you should take him seriously and treat him as a giant. Likewise, even if your competitor is massive in size, you shouldn't regard yourself as a weakling.
    Jack Ma talks the past, present and future of Alibaba by maxginez3
    Jack Ma on starting your own company
    What starting your company means: you will lose your stable income, your right to apply for a leave of absence, and your right to get a bonus.
    However, it also means your income will no longer be limited, you will use your time more effectively, and you will no longer need to beg for favors from people anymore.
    If you have a different mindset, you will have a different outcome: if you make different choices from your peers, your life will then be different from your peers.
    Jack Ma on opportunities
    If there are over 90% of the crowd saying “Yes” to approving a proposal, I will surely dispose the proposal into the bin. The reason is simple: if there are so many people who thinks that the proposal is good, surely there will be many people who would have been working on it, and the opportunity no longer belongs to us.
    The article is originally published in Chinese, and is translated into English. If you think this was helpful, feel free to share it with your friends. See original English post here >>
  • Wednesday, February 19, 2014

    World Map Wall Home Decal Creatively Designed

    1. I was just fascinated and amazed with these World Map concept when it appeared on my Facebook Timeline. So I decided to do some Google searching for a bit and found out some interesting Links as well as images that made me smile. The possibilities are really quite endless. So are you bringing in geography to your homes?So here you go and hope you guys like it. 
    Simple Nautical Map Wallpaper by maxginez3
    Simple Nautical Map Wallpaper

    A perfect combination – a typographical world map wall sticker by maxginez3
    A perfect combination – a typographical world map wall sticker

    Make a painted world map on canvas to pin your travel.

    Cats world map

    Removable Vinyl Wall Stickers Home Decal Wall  by maxginez3
    Removable Vinyl Wall Stickers Home Decal Wall 

    Removable Vinyl Wall Stickers Home Decal Wall by maxginez3
    Removable Vinyl Wall Stickers Home Decal Wall 

    Removable Vinyl Wall Stickers Home Decal Wall by maxginez3
    Removable Vinyl Wall Stickers Home Decal Wall 

    Removable Vinyl Wall Stickers Home Decal Wall by maxginez3
    Removable Vinyl Wall Stickers Home Decal Wall 

    World Map on a Nursery School by maxginez3
    World Map on a Nursery School

    Colorful World map for Kids by maxginez3
    Colorful World map for Kids

    A professionally Looking Office Word Map by maxginez3
    A professionally Looking Office Word Map

    World Maps Wall Mural Art Home Decor by maxginez3
    World Maps Wall Mural Art Home Decor

    It would be nice if you could make a map to record your world travel or test your kids geographical knowledge. The concept of these projects are amazingly genius, creative ideas while decorative at the same time.

    WORLDMAP VISITORS