Yeah It’s Holy-day!

Holiday is holiday, no matter what agenda you have in it. Even if it means routines. At least I get more time than I have in school days.

There are several targets I wish to accomplish this holiday. They are:

  • Internship. Tasting the life of office worker, focusing on coding and working in day, betraying moods. Wow. That is a total challenge for a night-worker like me. I really hope I can gain a lot of experience and knowledge from this 😀

  • Learning language. Whether it is conversational English or new one, it’s a must do!

  • Memorizing at least one surrah

  • Cooking!

So, what are your agenda this holiday?

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Behave!

I was in a transjakarta from Pluit to Slipi last week. I saw a family there. It was a young family, with children on elementary school age.

I saw the father gave his children some biscuits, which, I think… is very wrong. It is okay to eat in a bus or train, but in a busway? The children even had the biscuits splattered in his hands.

I wonder if people know about the rule that prohibit everyone to eat inside a busway or transjakarta. For your info, there is a sticker posted on the busway window that prohibit people to smoke, eat, and drink. However, sometimes I found people do not obey these rules.

I have my own thoughts on that father and his children. I don’t know whether the father knows about the rule or not. I hope not, because he does, it is such a shame.

In many ways, that behavior was a bad example for his children. If his children was able to read, they will know that their father disobey the rule. The best case if the children are curious, perhaps they will ask the father why he did that. But I think, in most cases, children don’t do that. Thus, the children get a bad example from their parents, and might be a motivation to disobey another rule.

Even if his children haven’t been able to read, they will be able to read someday. If they still remember that case… Who knows what will happen?

Sadly, another similar case about obeying the rule also occured quite often. It is our job then, to set a good example, even in small things, to younger people.

Welcoming (me) back

Whew,it’s been a while since I logged in to this WP acc. Thank you to my senior Mishbah for the reminder.

So now I’m in my sixth semester, which probably the most un-busiest and different semester I had. 18 academic credits! Perfect for my non-academic plans.

Err, what the heck that I do with 18 credits? One of the reason is because of the killing 6 credits course, a course where the students are grouped and assigned to develop any mobile or desktop apps. Cool, but killing. My team finally agreed to develop an Android apps. Therefore, I’m gonna swim Android library this semester.

After 2 years spending my time in the faculty’s student executive organization, now I’m trying my best in the legislative one. So far, Read More »

My 2010 – 1

As Kirana says there, to not make the same mistake, one must remember and learn from the past. So here’s my 2010…

January. My 2010 begins with my decision to wear jilbab. Alhamdulillah, my resolution since like junior-high is finally achieved. That was on January 4th. In the next week, something that is quite the opposite happens: I’m in a relationship. Err, whatever. Let’s pray for the best of this relationship. Next, around the end of January, Kirana (again) sent me a text message, stating that the proposal my team and I propose to PKM is accepted and will be funded. Yeaaay! The project is kind of my dream, solving my problem every time I travel in Jakarta alone: a simple journey planner.

February. The fourth semester began, and so those most of campus activities, such as BEM and FUKI. As one of the BEM’s daily management, we interviewed many people and did a lot of meetings to plot the best to be the soldiers of BEM. My group’s PKM-T project also started this February. We made a lot of meetings with Mr Ruli, algorithming, calculating, and so forth. Not to forget, one of Fasilkom’s biggest event is going to be held in May: Computer Festival 2010! #compfest2010 Read More »

Day 1 – Holiday 2011

So here I am in …. Very similar with Indonesia, especially the buildings and the people. Some are better, like the train (yet it also costs more) but some are the same. Hmm, they also have kaki-lima markets everywhere, and night market (pasar malam :p)
We went to the Computer City first, almost as same as Mangga Dua, with lots of computer stuffs. Then we took the BTS train and eat in a mall. The first mall was a “universal” mall, very crowded and not so beautiful. The second mall is more beautiful yet more empty. Anyway, we already bought some woman things there, please note that this is the first day. Haha.

Day 1 – Holiday 2011

So here I am in …. Very similar with Indonesia, especially the buildings and the people. Some are better, like the train (yet it also costs more) but some are the same. Hmm, they also have kaki-lima markets everywhere, and night market (pasar malam :p)
We went to the Computer City first, almost as same as Mangga Dua, with lots of computer stuffs. Then we took the BTS train and eat in a mall. The first mall was a “universal” mall, very crowded and not so beautiful. The second mall is more beautiful yet more empty. Anyway, we already bought some woman things there, please note that this is the first day. Haha.