Jeremy Lin as a Christian awesome basketball player

Friday, February 17, 2012 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 1 comments

(born August 23, 1988) is an American professional basketball player with the New York Knicks of theNational Basketball Association. After receiving no athletic scholarship offers out of high school and being undrafted out of college, the 2010 Harvard University graduate reached a partially guaranteed contract deal later that year with his hometown Golden State Warriors. After his first year, he was waived by the Warriors and the Houston Rockets in the preseason before joining the Knicks early in the 2011–12 season. Lin is one of the few Asian Americans in NBA history, and the first American player in the league to be ofChinese or Taiwanese descent.

This guy is awesome. I'm now a fan of him. It is very rare for me to have an idol in basketball, although I don't like to play such sport because I'm not fit to play that. lol. Since I was a kid, I'm afraid of ball, afraid because the ball might hit my face, afraid of chest pass. xD. And most of all, I'm afraid to have a fracture. eew. Anyway, Jeremy Lin is an awesome basketball player and a believer of God. I have made the photo above with his quotation. Note that such quotation is reliable, it came from wikipedia. :)

yesterday, I compared Lin to Kobe Bryant.

Skills = Kobe Bryant
Skills + Faith in God = Jeremy Lin.
AWWW YEA! Bryant -> dumbass allegedly member of illuminati.
Lin->awesome believer of God. :DDDD

I don't play basketball, but I love watching it. :D

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Opinyon sa demolisyon

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I don't know kung saan nanggaling ang litratong ito. Basta nakita ko ito sa facebook at humigit kumulang walong libo na ang nag-share nito sa kani-kanilang mga fb walls.

Kung susuriin, para itong demolisyon sa mga bahay ng mga iskwater.

Nakikita niyo ba yung main-attraction na kumag na lalaking sumipa sa kawawang matandang lalaki? Dapat diyan, kinikiliti ng sobra pa sa 220V AC 60Hz na kuryente mula sa silya-electrika ni Thomas Alva Edison(segway: si Edison di umano ang nagimbento ng silya-elektrika, binayaran niya lamang ang kanyang mga apprentice dahil sa kasalukuyang Current-War, AC VS DC, ayan may trivia na kayo!).

Anyway, nakakainis yung gunggong na lalaking sumisipa sa picture. Grrrr. Bwisit! Siguro nainis lang yung lalaki dito kasi napakatigas minsan ng ulo ng mga naninirahan sa squatter's area. Bibigyan naman sila ng bagong bahay tapos ayaw pa lumipat. Parang sinabi mo ng ganito: "Nahulog na yung pandesal mo, marumi na iyan, pabayaan mo na, bigyan nalang kita ng Red Ribbon Cake" subalit ayaw pa din tanggapin. Haaaist! Logic talaga ng mga tao oh! Valid naman ang reasons ng gobyerno. Bakit ayaw niyo pa sumunod? Kaya may mga nasasaktan pa e. Kaya hindi umuunlad ang Pilipinas dahil sa iba na matitigas ang ulo. Simpleng batas, susuwayin such as Jay-Walking (ahem! Naitry ko ito minsan, pero safe na safe na jaywalking lang. hahaha unlike yung iba na tumatawid sa edsa kaya namamatay).

That's All Folks!

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Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory 10/e Power Point Presentation

Thursday, February 16, 2012 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 7 comments

Here is the download link of the Powerpoint Version of Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory 10th Edition by Boylestad and Nashelsky:

Note: The powerpoint version of such book is only chapters 1 to 7. You can download the complete chapters (PDF VERSION) by click the link below:

CLICK HERE FOR THE PDF VERSION (link to my website's google docs)

Press CTRL+S to download all the chapters after clicking the link above (pdf version). And Please report to me if any of the links are broken. :)

I've created the download link for the students who are not able to download such resources from the pearson. Please read my disclaimer located in the file.

By the way, if you are a professor, you better download the resources here on pearson's official website:

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5 Failed Inventions that Could have Changed the World

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1. Failed Iron ore extraction


People know Thomas Alva Edison as a successful inventor but history book tells us that he has some failed inventions on his credit; in 1890’s he put in huge sum of money in Iron ore mining as he was planning to supply iron to different companies, but all his money went down the drain as he failed to extract iron from its ores.

2. Flying Aircraft Carrier – USS Macon/USS Akron


Flying aircraft carrier called USS Macon was a very useful military invention which was able to carry five F9C “Sparrowhawk” airplanes that could be launched as well as retrieved during flight but it was dumped later on as once it crashed due to design failure during its flight in 1935.

3. Cybernetic Walking Machine


A Robot like machine designed by a man named Ralph Mosher to carry weapons in very difficult military environment, it was designed for General electric, but it was abandoned later on after its initial experimental launch in 1968 due to some unknown reasons.

4. Ford Nucleon


Ford Nucleon was a car designed by Ford Motor Company in late 1950’s and they had planned to use nuclear power as a fuel in that car having a small nuclear reactor in it ; it was an excellent idea by Ford Company but never implemented due to danger of nuclear radiations and nuclear waste.

5. Kinetoscope

Thomas Edison also tried his luck to invent a device which can combine sound and pictures to create motion pictures but he failed to do so, he dropped this idea by 1915.

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30 Nature's Fury

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Just Reblogging

Supercell Thunderstorm in Montana – Photograph by Sean Heavey

From violent volcanoes to horrifying hurricanes, Mother Nature’s fury is a sight to behold. With so much human conflict and suffering, we often underestimate the awesome and destructive power of nature. While the science behind these events is utterly fascinating, the consequences can be dire and we must respect the power of the planet we live in. Here are 30 chilling reminders of nature’s fury:

2. Chaiten Volcano – Chana, Chile (May 2008)

Photograph by Carlos Gutierrez

3. Forest Fire – Dolginino, Russia (Aug. 2010)

Photograph by ARTYOM KOROTAYEV/AFP/Getty Images

4. Undersea Volcano – Coast of Tonga (March 2009)

Photograph by Dana Stephenson/Getty Images

5. Kliuchevskoi Volcano – (Russia Sept. 1994)

Photograph by NASA-Johnson Space Center

6. Double Cyclone – Iceland (Nov. 2006)

Photograph by NASA/Jesse Allen

7. Flooding (from Typhoon ‘Ketsana’) – Manila, Phillippines (Sept. 2009)

Photograph by Jay Directo/AFP/Getty Images

8. Tornado – Oklahoma, United States (May 2010)

Photograph by Willoughby Owen

9. Hurricane Felix – Honduras (Sept. 2007)

Photograph by NASA

10. Lightning Strike – New York City (2010)

Photograph by Jay Fine

11. Mt. Saint Helens Volcano – Washington, United States (May 1980)

Photograph by USGS

12. Flooding – Cedar Rapids, Iowa (June 2008)

Photograph by David Greedy/Getty Images

13. Mount Merapi Volcano – Indonesia (Nov 2010)

Photograph by SONNY TUMBELAKA/AFP/Getty Images

14. Chaiten Volcano – Chana, Chile (May 2008)

Photograph by ALVARO VIDAL/AFP/Getty Images

15. Dust Storm – China (April 2001)

Photograph by NASA/Jesse Allen, Robert Simmon/MODIS science team

16. Mt. Saint Helens Volcano – Washington, United States (Aug. 1980)

Photograph by AP Photo/USGS, Lyn Topinka

17. Lightning Storm – Roswell, New Mexico (July 2010)

Photograph by AP Photo/Roswell Daily Record, Mark Wilson

18. Brush Fires – Sylmar, California (Sept. 2009)

Photograph by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

19. Eyjafjallajokull Volcano – Iceland (April 2010)

Photograph by Reuters/Lucas Jackson

20. Flooding (Tropical Storm Agatha) – Guatemala (May 2010)

Photograph by Reuters/Casa Predicencial

21. Undersea Volcano – Tonga (March 2009)

Photograph by LOTHAR SLABON/AFP/Getty Images

22. Wildfires – California (Sept. 2009)

Photograph by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

23. Dust Storm – Australia (Sept. 2009)

Photograph by NASA/JPL

24. Flooding – Iowa, United States (June 2008)

Photograph by AP Photo/Jeff Roberson

25. Mt. Etna Volcano – Sicily, Italy (Oct. 2002)

Photograph by NASA-Johnson Space Center

26. Eyjafjallajokull Volcano – Iceland (April 2010)

Photograph by HALLDOR KOLBEINS/AFP/Getty Images

27. Brushfires – Victoria, Australia (Feb 2009)

Photograph by AP Photo

28. Tornado – Iowa, United States (June 2008)

Photograph by AP Photo/Lori Mehmen

29. Chaiten Volcano – Chana, Chile (May 2008)

Photograph by AP Photo/La Tercera

30. Storm Clouds – South Dakota, United States (2009)


Photograph by Patrick Kelley

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