Friday, November 19, 2010

What Can Over Confidence Can Bring Harm for You

Dear Fellow Friends

Today I want to share my own experience of act of 'Over Confidence' and The Result.

Just few days before of Eid-al-Adha on 13th November, 2010 I was in road.

Everyone, who is my very nearest personals (Who Know Me From My Childhood) knows that I am near expert of Tackle or Manage any Bull, which might be unknown to me.

They day I said before, I went a shop near my home to buy something for me. There I found a Big Bull, about tons of wight (Which bought for Eid-al-Adha) was out of control who purchased it from temporary market (We Call this Type of Temporary Market as 'Hut') and taking it to home. On the way it goes out of control and it was so wild that he was destroying almost everything in front of him. As my normal behaver, I run to bull and try to start make the bull under control.

It took about 30 min for me to make this bull as friend. At that moment, he was very nice and friendly with me. To give him more confidence that he safe, I expend approximately 15 more minute with playing with him. After that I handover my new friends to it's new owner. It was too emotional time, I could understand he wants me to go with him. But all knows it's no possible.

After handover the bull to it's owner I done my job in shop and start to back my home. At near of my home's door, I found another bull, this was smaller then which I managed just few minutes back. It was also behaving more less like the previous Big Bull. On that time I was too much Confident that to manage this small bull is a child play to me.

I start going near the bull, but my 6th sense was telling something is wrong. As I am going near, start talking with the bull on soft voice, the bull was going wild more and more. I was really surprised to see this behavior of this bull but my over confidence make everything out of my mind. With soft voice I go near the bull's body and found it attacked me furiously. I couldn't move myself on that much speed, actually I was not at that mode that the bull will directly attack me. I felt on road. Everything become Black.

When I wakeup, I found myself on hospital's ICU room. Nobody around me and I could feel the pain in lower belly. I was some kind of surprised to see myself there. After some time I could remember what happen. As nobody is around me, I could think myself alone and start thinking why the bull react on that way.

After few minute, I found what was wrong. As I spend a lot of time with the bigger Bull, all my body and dress was smalling with previous bull and the bull which hit me took me as another Bull and competitor of him and directly attack on that way.

Result? 2 Days of Hospital Bed and It all was happen for My Over Confidence, not Only Confidence.

To my Fellow Friends:

Be Confident what You are Doing but Not be Over Confident, Over Confidence will make your brain frozen.

Written by

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Google Adsense Support More Language on Sensitive category blocking

If you are a website owner, content publisher or bloger I am sure that you have know about Google Adsense Program For Publisher, which give you earning based on Advertisement displayed on your website. If you are new and didn't hear about it please click here

If you already using Google Adsense Program, your page displaying advertisement from different source or category. You should intermediately visit the Adsense Help Center.

With sensitive category blocking, you can prevent ads from up to 11 specific categories from appearing on your pages. Ads in these categories will be blocked if they're in any of the supported languages, regardless of how they've been targeted to your pages - Google Adsense Blog
To activate 'Sensitive Category Blocking you need to do the following thing describe Google Adsense Official Blog

If you’d like to set up sensitive category blocking, please sign in to your AdSense account and visit the Ad Review Center, located under the 'AdSense Setup' tab. Once you click 'change,' you'll be able to view the full list of categories you can block. In addition, to help you understand the impact of applying these filters, we'll show you the percentage of revenue and ad impressions you've been receiving from each category in the last 30 days - The official blog of Adsense Program
This Sensitive Category blocking was available for language of 'English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, and Arabic with testing being done for Russian.' From now on it is available for language 'Japanese, Chinese, Polish, and Portuguese'. So if where waiting for this oppurchunity for the language above, why wasting time to read it. Start setup your Adsens Account for block unwanted add category!

Source: Sensitive category blocking now available for Japanese, Chinese, Polish, and Portuguese - Inside AdSense

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Men’s Health: Tips for Keeping Memory Sharp

There are Some ways to beat back memory loss include:

Keep your brain active. Challenging your brain and mental abilities is believed to stimulate brain cells and keep your thinking sharp. Reading, writing, developing a new skill, or relearning old skills are ways to give your brain a workout. You also can work on stimulating problem-solving and brain games and puzzles. These mental challenges should be a regular part of your life.
Let go of stress. Prolonged stress over many weeks has been shown to cause memory loss by altering brain chemistry and damaging the hippocampus, which is where the brain stores new memories.

Stay socially active. Relationships with other people can improve your mental performance. Social activities often are intellectually stimulating, which prompts good memory function. Friends also can provide support when you're feeling stressed. Research has linked loneliness with an increased risk of memory loss and dementia.
Exercise. Working out can keep blood flowing to the brain, leaving your brain cells well-nourished with oxygen and nutrients.
Don't smoke or abuse alcohol. Smokers have been shown to perform worse than nonsmokers in memory studies and tests of thinking skills. Heavy alcohol use is also known to cause memory loss.

Trauma. Head trauma is one of the major causes of memory loss, as well as something that can cause dementia later in life. Always use a helmet and other protective gear when participating in high-speed activities and contact sports.

Men’s Health: When Memory Loss Is Serious

How can you tell when your memory loss has become something worse, like a symptom of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease? Here are some warning signs:

Forgetting things at a noticeably increased rate. Everyone occasionally forgets about plans they have or where they’ve put things, but if you find yourself missing scheduled activities much more frequently or misplacing items a lot more than you used to, that could be a sign that you need to have checked out.
Forgetting how to perform activities you've done many times before. No longer being able to balance a checkbook is one example.

Finding it difficult to learn new things. You just can't grasp something that's being explained to you, even though you feel it should be simple.
Repeating yourself. Telling the same stories, asking the same questions, or repeating the same phrases during a single conversation could be a sign of advanced memory loss.

Confusion. If you're suffering serious memory lapses, you might end up getting lost in a familiar place. You might also put something in an inappropriate place — your wallet in the oven, for example — because you can't remember where it should be kept.

If you find yourself experiencing any of these symptoms, you should go see your family physician. The doctor will ask you questions to objectively test your memory and thinking skills, and do a physical exam and possibly other diagnostic tests. He may have suggestions to help you improve your memory function, and might even be able to prescribe medications known to help with dementia or Alzheimer's disease.

Cross Post from Rose Blog

Source: Rose Blog