Friday, December 3, 2010

what is love? number 8..


ok, this is funny.. just now, when i was about to sign in my email, this article pop-out at Yahoo news.. its interesting now that yahoo show us the top 10 in many categories, as this 2010 is about to end soon, (not too soon..heee..)..they name it "2010 year in review"..

there are like several categories.. i want to share here (if u are still not came across this article)..

in 2010, about 1.5 percent of searches every month were questions that involved who, what, when, where, why, and how. That's no small number when you consider the billions of queries that hit a search box. And that doesn't include those leading-verb queries, such as "Can I eat kiwi skin?" or "Is eating an entire can of beans bad?"

People asked questions that were serious-minded, like "What is censure in Congress?" Quirky questions like "How to make fried Oreos?" Earnest, wondering questions like "What is a lady in waiting?" But why pose full questions to a search engine when a few keywords will do? It's as though people expect the computer screen to talk back like a friend.

And that's only natural: Human beings are basically conversational, and posing questions and getting answers is a most natural human activity, says Yahoo! Labs' Elizabeth Churchill, trained in psychology and interactive system design. "As search engines get better, people are more and more inclined to treat them like a conversational partner -- a friend -- and use natural language to ask the question."

Plus, like a real pal, a search engine won't judge you for the questions you ask. It won't rat you out to your friends when you want to know, "Is Jack Daniels whisky gluten-free?"

We've gathered 10 of the year's most popular questions and, more importantly, consulted some experts to get answers. Yes, even for the question "What is love?" Hey, what are friends for?

 Ok, these are the burning questions! (get fireman here!..err,ok not funny..)

what is love is quite ok.. but how to boil an egg???

then i try to google it.. "how to boil an egg"
oh, really la.. the 1st result is in anybody? (lepas ni harap dalam list how to boil an egg ada pinkyheart.blogspot..err..)

"how to boil an egg"

1.Place the raw egg in a saucepan.

  • 2. Run cold water into the saucepan until the water is 1 inch above the egg.

  • 3. Place the saucepan on a stove and cook over medium heat until the water begins to boil.

  • 4. Reduce the heat to low.

  • 5. Simmer for 2 to 3 minutes for soft-boiled eggs or 10 to 15 minutes for hard-boiled eggs.

  • 6. Remove the egg with a spoon or ladle and let it cool slowly, or run cold water over it to cool it more quickly.

  • susah kan nak rebus telur..

    kenapa tajuk lain? takpe..selalu pun macam tu.. haha



    1. nothing is easy in this world if we are not try to learn it...



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