Friday, 21 August 2009
When the skin looks pimply face and appear black stains, you certainly try all the way to removed it. But you know, it is a natural form of treatment for the skin problems you face.
Since first epoch, the nation of Egypt has to know the benefits of honey as antibakteri and use it for skin care. One of the ingredients is simple nutritious naturally clean the skin, decrease pore-pore, reduce excess oil, and prevent wrinkling in the face.
4 Follow the steps below to get a facial skin clean and bright >> 1.Make sure you buy 100% pure honey for best results! When buying, see honey label on the bottle carefully before deciding where the honeymoon will be selected.
2.Use a warm towel to wash the entire surface of your face. This aims to open the pore-pore face you. Take a little honey with the tip of your finger, and oleskan in the face. Slowly rubbing honey on your face with circular movements. Make sure both your hands clean when making massage.
3.For best results leave the honey on the face for 10 minutes. That honey can be absorbed into the pore-pore and kill the bacteria.
4.clean your face with warm water, and end with the cold water to close the pore-pore face. Repeat steps 2 - 4 each day, as long as you want the skin of the face clean and bright.
An honest and intimate look at the complexities of grief and healing, Motherland is about resilience, triumph of the human spirit and the power of unconditional love. It also reminds us of the vastly different ways in which disparate cultures confront deeply felt personal challenges.
Each year over eight million families around the world suffer the loss of a child. In Jennifer Steinman’s moving and inspiring documentary film, a 17-day trip to South Africa transforms the lives of six grieving women from across the US. Unexpectedly and eight thousand miles from home, each finds comfort and healing in a landscape that appears, at first, to offer little more than melancholy.
Prior to their journey, the six intrepid women featured in the film have each suffered the death of a child but otherwise have little in common. And although the anticipation of a long, emotional journey with a group of strangers evokes anxiety, the women all share a desire to make sense of their tragedies and to move forward with their lives...
Debbi works as a paramedic in a rural Northern California town. Her son Garrett was hit by a drunk driver on the side of a highway while waiting for his car to be towed.
Mary Helena, an African-American actress and storyteller from urban Wisconsin, suffered a debilitating stroke less than a year after her son Aaron was killed in a triple-homicide.
Anne is married to an advertising executive in San Francisco and works as a volunteer for a local children’s charity. Her daughter Grace died of suicide at the age of 15.
Kathy, a suburban mom from Santa Rosa, California, works in a hospital emergency room. Her husband is a local police officer. Their son Mike died in a motorcycle accident.
Barbara, a nursing student from the small town of Dixon, California, is struggling with her impending divorce. Her marriage began to unravel after her son Jason died in a head-on collision.
Lauren is a 22-year old student from Oakland, California, and the youngest member of the group. Her older brother, Teveston, was killed by angry gang members who retaliated when he refused to join.
These six remarkable women travel half way around the world where they live with local families and work with African organizations dedicated to improving the lives of children. As they come to know each other, they assist teachers in over-crowded day care centers, lead activities with abused and at-risk teens and help care for physically-challenged youth. The work is meaningful and rewarding and a welcome reprieve from the depression, isolation and stagnation of life at home. In the end, the women share not just their stories and their pain but themselves – with and for each other and even more profoundly, with the children who touch their hearts at every turn.
Motherland was the winner of the 2009 Emerging Visions Audience Award at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival. Its other awards include the Jury Prize for Best Feature at the 2009 Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival and Best Documentary at the 2009 California Independent Film Festival.
Director: Jennifer Steinman
Theatrical Release: Aug 26, 2009
JUNIOR LINGUIST RECRUITMENT
WISE-CONCETTI JVC. is a joint-venture company between WISE SERTECH, Inc. (www.wisest.co.kr), one of the leading localization service providers in Korea, and the CONCETTI group (), one of the top 3 Vietnamese total consulting service providers in management consulting and technology transfer & investment consulting.
Now we are looking for a dynamic and highly motivated people to be a part of our team for our new representative office in Jakarta. Our working environment offers opportunities for people to grow and develop, enabling you to thrive and achieve your maximum potential in some following positions:
Indonesia, Jakarta JobTitle:
Junior Linguists (JTR)
The Linguist translates source texts into the target language (English into Indonesian vice versa, usually mother-tongue language) and adapts the texts to meet local requirements. Tasks include editing, proofing and fixing final layout after Desk-Top publishing until the text meets set quality standards. The job involves communicating with end-user clients and internal and external teams on scope, quality, process, problem solving and status reporting.
• Translating, editing and proofreading from English into Bahasa Indonesia vice versa.
• His/her project related to the schedule, budget and quality. So he/she will deliver the deliverable to clients with quality in time.
• Should be able to express a source language in the target language appropriately. Those who majored in corresponding industries and those with experience are preferred
• Providing technical and linguistic support to partner companies and freelancers, assuring the quality of their translations as well as file analysis, scheduling and planning of localization projects.
• Maintaining file management and glossary management after project management
• Arranging translation of large volumes of material and ensuring strict deadlines are met.
• Review the texts in line with the client’s guidelines and as such you will be responsible for quality assurance, consistency and terminology management.
• Responsibility for the profitability of these accounts so you must be commercially aware, with exacting standards, strong linguistic methodology, strong account management skills and good attention to detail.
• To keep strictly confidential all Confidential Information of the Client and not to use it in any way whatsoever save as may be necessary for the provision of the Services
• BA of English and IT experiences is mandatory
• BA or MA in computer science or in English language countries is preferred.
• Experienced in translating texts from English into Bahasa Indonesia vice versa, as well as editing and proofreading experience for minimum 1 years
• Fluency in reading, written and oral capability of English and Indonesian
• Translation skills and methodologies
• Terminology management and research skills
• Excellent computer skills – working knowledge of several applications, platforms, hardware and internet technologies
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Detailed and service minded, and aware in cultural issues
• Ability to self-manage – time, schedules, multiple task activity requirements
• Ability to work under continual deadline constraints and a keen eye for detail
• Ability to use various localization tools like Trados, Catalyst, Hellium, Locstudio, is preferred
• Ability to work well with others
• Willing to be located in Jakarta
Salary plus allowances, incentive, medical, insurance.
We will offer a unique opportunity for career development, outstanding benefits package, training and a great working environment that supports your development and recognizes your achievement.
Please submit your completed resume or curriculum vitae, contact number not more than 2 (two) weeks after this advertisement, fresh graduate are welcomed to apply. Please indicate the position code in the subject of your email to:
Wise Concetti Ltd.
2nd Floor – Unit J
Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan Blok 6.2
Kawasan Mega Kuningan
Kuningan Timur, Setiabudi
Jakarta Selatan 12950
Sunday, 9 August 2009
We've known about Nokia's so-called Surge for months now, but at long last, AT&T has done its duty by making things official and giving us a price and release date to consider. The Symbian S60-based smartphone is aimed squarely at social media freaks, boasting a full QWERTY keyboard, a browser with Flash support (imagine that, right?), a pre-installed JuiceCaster app for easily updating your Facebook / Twitter status and a price tag that's sure to turn heads. For just $79.99 after rebate, you'll also get a 2 megapixel camera, AT&T Navigator, AT&T Video Share and the pleasure of handing over at least $30 per month for a required data plan (if you want the $50 rebate, anyway). If you're sold already, you can get yours on July 19th.
2G GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G HSDPA 850 / 1900
Dimensi : 97.5 x 57.9 x 15.5 mm, 78.5 cc
Display : 2.4 inch, tipe TFT, warna 16M, resolusi 320 x 240 pixel
Full QWERTY keyboard
Polyphonic, MP3 ringtones
2.5 mm audio jack
Memory : Internal 128 MB, slot microSD (TransFlash) 8 GB
GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
3G HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps
Bluetooth v2.0 dengan A2DP
USB v2.0 microUSB
Camera : 2 MP, 1600x1200 pixels, Video QVGA
OS : Symbian OS, S60 rel. 3.2
Fitur : SMS, MMS, Email, IM
Browser WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
Radio Stereo FM radio with RDS
A-GPS, AT&T Navigator
Java MIDP 2.1
Quickoffice, PDF Reader
battery : Standard Li-Ion 1500 mAh (BP-4L), Stand-by 400 jam (2G) / 400 jam (3G), Talk time 4 jam 50 menit (2G) / 4 jam (3G)
Wednesday, 5 August 2009
PT. Mitrais, Indonesia leading Software Development invites all IT related graduates into Mitrais Recruitment Roadshow in Surabaya on 29th August 2009.
Please check details information below or visit our careers page website at http://careers.mitrais.com
Surabaya – Hotel Santika
Jl. Pandegiling No. 45 Surabaya, Bromo Meeting Room 2nd Floor,
Phone : +62 31 5667707
1. Saturday, 29th August 2009
Registration (09:00 - 09:30)
Company Presentation & Technical Test (Written) (09:30 - 12:00)
2. Sunday, 30th August 2009
Interview for successful candidates only (9:00 – Finish)
Submit your application online to http://careers.mitrais.com/default.aspx
Please bring your comprehensive resume, recent photographs, academic transcript, certificates and a copy of your ID card on the day of the road show.
The induction program starts on 19th October 2009. Airfares to Bali and assistance with accommodation are provided.
About Mitrais: MITRAIS is Indonesia leading Software Development focused on the International Market with more than 200 developers located in Bali.
Sunday, 2 August 2009
Paramount Pictures and Hasbro, whose previous collaboration was the worldwide blockbuster “TRANSFORMERS,” join forces with Spyglass Entertainment for another extraordinary action-adventure “G.I.... Paramount Pictures and Hasbro, whose previous collaboration was the worldwide blockbuster “TRANSFORMERS,” join forces with Spyglass Entertainment for another extraordinary action-adventure “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.” From the Egyptian desert to deep below the polar ice caps, the elite G.I. JOE team uses the latest in next-generation spy and military equipment to fight the corrupt arms dealer Destro and the growing threat of the mysterious Cobra organization to prevent them from plunging the world into chaos. “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” is directed by Stephen Sommers
Starring: Dennis Quaid, Channing Tatum, Sienna Miller, Marlon Wayans, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ray Park, Christopher Eccleston, Brendan Fraser, Rachel Nichols, Jonathan Pryce, Arnold Vosloo, Adewale Akinnuoye Agbaje, Said Taghmaoui, Karolina Kurkova, Byung-hun Lee
Director: Stephen Sommers
Screenwriter: Stuart Beattie
Story: Stephen Sommers
Producer: Lorenzo Di Bonaventura, Bob Ducsay, Brian Goldner
Composer: Alan Silvestri
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Theatrical Release:Aug 7, 2009 Wide