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Compress JavaScript, HTML & CSS membuat Blog Jadi Ringan

Posted by Bayu Puraatmadja on 24 July 2013


Compress HTML
Banyak cara untuk meringankan loading pada sebuah blog, salah satunya dengan mengkompress kode CSS, JavaScript dan HTML. Pengompresan kode ini akan membuat blog menjadi lebih ringan dan lebih cepat. Untuk mengompress, silahkan ikuti petunjuk berikut :
- Login ke akun www.blogger.com
- EDIT HTML dan Backup dulu Template kamu
Cara Mengompress Kode CSS
  • Kunjungi Situs ini : CSS Compressor
  • Pilih Compression Mode "Super Compact" dan Comments handling "Strip comments at least 4"
  • Masukan kode CSS yang ingin di kompress lalu klik "Compress it"
  • Contoh penempatan kode CSS pada blogger
<b:skin><![CDATA[
/*-----kode sebelum di compress dari sini------*/
#main-wrapper{
background:#fff;
width:960px;
float:left;
margin:0px;
padding:0 0 0px 10px;
word-wrap:
break-word;
overflow:hidden}

/*-----kode sebelum di compress sampai sini------ */
]]></b:skin>

<b:skin><![CDATA[
/*-----kode setelah di compress dari sini------*/
#main-wrapper{background:#fff;width:960px;float:left;margin:0px;padding:0 0 0px 10px;word-wrap:break-word;overflow:hidden}
/*-----kode setelah di compress sampai sini------ */
]]></b:skin>

Cara Mengompress Kode JavaScript
  • Kunjungi Situs ini :  JavaScript Compressor
  • Masukkan kode JavaScript pada kolom Code, pilih File Type "JS" lalu klik "Compress"
  • Contoh penempatan kode JavaScript pada Blogger
<head>
<script type='text/javascript'>
Data JavaScript disini
</script>

</head>

Cara Mengompress Kode HTML
  • Kunjungi Situs ini : HTML  Compressor
  • Masukkan kode HTML pada kolom Data, lalu klik "Compress HTML"
  • Contoh penempatan kode HTML pada Blogger
<body>
<li><a href='#'><b>Pasang Iklan</b></a></li>
<li><a href='#'><b>Blog Tutorial</b></a></li>
<li><a href='#'><b>Kesehatan</b></a></li>
<li><a href='#'><b>Al-Quran</b></a></li>
<li><a href='#'><b>TV Online</b></a></li>
<li><a href='#'><b>Daftar Isi</b></a></li>
<li><a href='#'><b>Tukar Link</b></a></li>

</body>

  • Tips ini hanyalah salah satu cara untuk mempersepat loading blog, masih banyak elemen lainnya yang dapat mempengaruhi kecepatan loading blog seperti ukuran file gambar, widget, dan lain sebagainya.

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Guyonan Garing Menjelang Sahur

Posted by Bayu Puraatmadja on 23 July 2013

Quotes:
Biar miskin tapi sombong
Biar jelek tapi playboy
biar bodoh tapi ngotot

Selaput Dara Dewi Persik.

Kabar Dewi Persik (Depe) dioperasi selaput dara, diakui oleh Depe sendiri.
Untuk mendapat selaput dara yang persis, maka dokter berinisitif menggantikannya dengan selaput gendang telinganya.

Namun dampak dari operasi tersebut, Depe menjadi budek/tuli kecuali kalau bicara dengannya diarahkan ke bagian bawah perut.

Masalah ternyata tidak berakhir di situ, kini Depe dihinggapi ketakutan untuk MENIKAH lagi, karena berarti akan merusak selaput dara-nya. Ini berarti pula Depe akan budek total.

Kisah Wan Abud dan Si Cantik Nengsih  @ sesi 1

Biar cantik tapi pekerjaan Nengsih adalah seorang copet di bus kota yang selalu penuh berjejal dan harus berdiri . Suatu ketika ia melihat mangsa yang dianggapnya banyak duit yaitu seorang Arab miskin  yang terbiasa pake gamis putih panjang hingga kaki dengan saku di daerah pinggang, namanya Wan Abud.

Ada kebiasaan si Wan Abud adalah tidak suka pake daleman, kebetulan waktu itu saku dalamnya sobek, dan kondisi sahwatnya sedang naik karena bergesekkan dengan penumpang sebelahnya hingga si entongnya agak menyembul.

Begitu melihat peluang, Nengsih langsung menyusupkan tangannya ke saku Wan Abud.  Tanpa membuang waktu Nengsih langsung memegang "dompetnya" dan menariknya seketika. Wan Abud kaget setengah mati dan bersuara, "Ente lepas Ane teriak maling".

Nengsih takut setengah mati dan tentunya tidak melepaskan gengamnya, hingga turun dari bis.

Akhirnya, Wan Abud berkenalan dan menjadi kekasihnya Wan abud.

Kisah Wan Abud dan Si Cantik Nengsih @ sesi 2

Suatu ketika Wan abud mau wakuncar di malam Minggu. Ternyata di ruang tamu sedang banyak kolega Bapaknya Nengsih, sehingga Wan Abud diajak ke ruang belakang, disana tersedia sofa yang suda pada bolong dan sobek.

Nengsih dengan pakean yang seksi diatas lutut, dia menyuguhkan air minum, tentunya dengan membungkuk. Sekilas nampak bagian erotis membuat si ntong-nya Wan abud berdiri tegak. Tentunya sangat membuatnya malu, maka dia lipatkan si ntong ke bawah yang kebetulan pas yang bolong.

Siapa sangka nasib baik. Rupanya dibawah sofa tersebut terdapat anak kambing. gayung pun bersambut, anak kambing menyangka yang muncul itu ASI ibunya, maka meneteklah dengan menjilat-jilat.

Tentu Wan Abud pun tidak kuasa menolak dan merem melek. Wan Abud begitu berterimakasih pada Nengsih yang telah menjamunya.

Kisah Wan Abud dan Si Cantik Nengsih @ sesi 3

Malam Minggu berikutnya, Wan Abud begitu bersemangat untuk ngapel ke rumah Nengsih lagi. Diapun segera sms dan minta kalau kencanya di ruang belakang dan minta untuk berpakaian seksi. Nengsih pun menyetujuinya.


Ketika tiba, Wan Abud langsung diajak Nengsih masuk ke ruang belakang. Wan Abud duduk di tempat yang sama, dan ceritanya kembali terulang. Namun karena Nengsih berpakaian dan bertingkah terlalu seksi hingga si ntong berdiri sangat tegak dan membengkak hebat.

Wan Abud langsung melipat si ntongnya ke dalam sofa bolong tersebut. Namun kali ini apa dinyana,
bukan anak kambing sepert iminggu lalu, tapi beberapa anak kucing yang lagi nakal-nakal.

Anak kucing tersebut mengira itu tiang untuk dinaikin, maka berebut lah anak-anak kucing, sambil menggigit dan mencakar dengan kuku-kuku tajamnya.

Wan abud pun bertriak-teriak dengan berlumuran darah lantas kabur pulang.

Kisah Wan Abud dan Si Cantik Nengsih @ sesi 4

to be continue...

History of Deep Purple

Posted by Bayu Puraatmadja on 16 July 2013


Purple Prose
Deep Purple has surrendered to the ‘Rapture’; now it’s your turn
By Jeff Miers


The first time I heard Deep Purple – or perhaps felt Deep Purple is a better way to describe the experience – it was the mid-70s. I was 8, and Ritchie Blackmore’s sinewy, sinister riffing on the “Made In Japan” version of “Child In Time,” coupled with Ian Gillan’s dramatic, gorgeous howling, Jon Lord’s ominous neo-classical Hammond organ, and the dynamic interplay of the Roger Glover-Ian Paice rhythm section, tore the top of my head off.

It was unlike anything else I’d ever heard. And it quite literally changed my life.

30 years later, I’m still hearing Deep Purple for the first time.

“Rapture of the Deep” is the spot-on moniker for the disc you hold in your hands, and I’ll stand on any classic rock radio programmer’s desk in my cowboy boots and scream it loud, proud and Gillan-esque; “This is the best Deep Purple album there is, dammit! Forget ‘Machine Head’ – that was then; this is most decidedly now!”

This is the fourth record created by the revamped and rejuvenated Purple following the umpteenth departure of the mercurial Mr. Blackmore. The guitarist – one of the most significant in British rock history - had ceased to be a contributing force and was in fact draining Purple of its collective spirit when his ship finally set sail for good, a bit over a decade back.

Blackmore's exit is, in a sense, where our story begins, for the surviving band members left to pick up the pieces in his violent wake – Gillan, Glover, Lord, Paice – agreed unanimously on only one six-stringer, the soon to be knighted Steve Morse. Hardly scraping the dregs from the bottom of the barrel with that choice, boys.

Morse accepted, writing commenced for what would become “Purpendicular,” on-stage work-outs were seized upon with relish, and the band breathed the heady air of rebirth. When “Purpendicular” was delivered, it astonished. Rather than going softly into the long goodnight of “classic rock” middle-age, Deep Purple had reinvented itself. It took no more than a cursory listen to the likes of “Ted the Mechanic,” "Loosen My Strings” and “Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming” to drive this point straight into the skull.

Morse brought a funkiness, a depth as guitarist and writer, an unparalleled fluidity as a soloist, a startling aptitude as foil to Lord, and an arsenal of influences – country, folk, jazz, what they’ve sadly labeled “fusion,” and an inherent understanding of blues-based riffs – that meshed effortlessly with the immaculate Glover-Paice sense of swing and Gillan’s seeming capacity to go anywhere at any time, full-throated and eyes ablaze.

”Purpendicular” was a celebration of both remembrance and reinvention. It at once acknowledged Purple’s estimable history and tradition, and a musical wanderlust not content to repeat the past. As such, it laid the template for a new Purple. And it all, it seems, was paving the way for the mighty metamorphosis that is “Rapture of the Deep.”

With Morse, Purple toured the world to accolades from the cognoscente. “Abandon” cemented the band’s on-stage prowess on record, and reminded us that Purple was, yes indeed, the heaviest of heavy rock bands. “Bananas,” the first record following Lord’s retirement from touring and his replacement by exquisite ivory-tinkler Don Airey, brought elements of pop to the table, grafted on some of “Purpendicular’s” ambition, and encapsulated the ensemble-riff power of “Abandon.” Tours behind both of these albums revealed this still-young band’s continued growth as a performing unit. By the end of the "Bananas" marathon, Airey had marked his apotheosis, from "replacement" to fully-integrated band-member.

”Rapture of the Deep” marks yet another new beginning, however. And it, more than any other record this side of “Perfect Strangers” and “Purpendicular,” offers a snapshot of the band transitioning into bold, uncharted territory. It’s as if all the pieces fit, not for the first time, of course, but in a manner that reveals a more pure portrait of just what this band is capable of. The whole transcends the sum of its parts, which is fitting for a record that seems to be, in a very real sense, about transcendence.

”As we all know, it’s hard to breathe/When something spiritual has taken place/We don’t know how, we don’t know why/We’ve been transported to a state of grace,” sings Gillan during the album’s title track, and this verse can be seen as indicative of the over-arching ethos behind “Rapture of the Deep.” Lyrically, it speaks of a spirit not content with the status quo in terms of interpersonal, social and political relationships, and this irreverent yearning is matched by the searching nature of the music itself, which also refuses to be ordinary.

The album opens with “Money Talks,” a hook-heavy rocker with several twists in its tale, most notably Gillan’s harmony vocals during the chorus, his uber-hip sing-speak during the verses – recalling both “Fireball’s” “No One Came” and his own “No Laughing In Heaven” – and the manner in which the tune flirts with an Eastern modality before erupting into a searing Morse solo. “Wrong Man” slaps the listener in the face straight out of the gate with a strutting riff that can’t miss, as Glover and Paice exploit the pocket for all it’s worth, and Gillan kicks against the pricks in the voice of a character whose greatest crime seems to be having been in the wrong place at the wrong time. Both of these – like their siblings on “Rapture,” elegant and refined rockers steeped in blues and chomping at the bit, with names like “Back To Back,” “Girls Like That” and the hit single in waiting “Don’t Let Go” – are brilliant Purple tunes, estuaries from a river that never seems to run too dry. Ah, but the surprises… they’re many and varied here, and they elevate “Rapture” toward the rapturous upper echelons of the Purple canon.

“Before Time Began” takes the form of a threatening march, an abscess dying to burst. Paice offers a dark subterranean shuffle, as the band lays down a series of melancholic chords, and Gillan, in a voice drenched in pathos, bemoans a world in which “Every day of my life I discover/Someone murdering my sisters and brothers/In the name of some god or another.” No mere political polemic, this, however; Gillan’s touch is too light, and he’s a master of “leaving things out,” so that his lyric is suggestive, rather than mere vitriol. “All of those bad ideas became the law/And we’ve forgotten what we’re looking for.” Indeed.

And again, the Purple engine room is in full overdrive mode here, as an expansive call-and-response between Morse and Airey - who has made replacing Lord look easy, when we all know it is in fact far from it; Airey has made his mark on Purple, to be sure, by respecting what came before him and having the fortitude and chops to take it all somewhere new and exciting - leaves one feeling breathless and vulnerable. This is “progressive rock” in the most positive sense of that much-maligned term.

The centerpiece of “Rapture” also happens to be one of the finest tunes in the band’s history – no small claim, that. “Clearly Quite Absurd” is clearly quite sublime; a piece with a melody that simply hurts to listen to, in the way that first love is painful because it’s ephemeral and fleeting. Thankfully, your disc player has a “repeat” button, so this is a love that will never abandon you.

Gillan sings of escaping the snares of the mundane and commonplace, the accepted reality which deadens us to the potential one above and beyond it. Again, harmony vocals – Beatle-esque ones, in this instance – help set the mood, and an ascending chord progression led by Morse spreads its arms heavenward, eventually settling into a circular pattern that becomes one of the more moving codas not just in Purple history, but, yep, in the history of heavy rock itself.

This is Deep Purple, 2005 version. Intense, fearless, full of fire, and wit, and passion. Marked by serious virtuosity, but never a slave to it. Still finding new meaning in a medium they all but single-handedly created. Grab ahold of this, and don’t let go.

- August, 2005
Buffalo, NY

deeppurple.com

Deep Purple

Posted by Bayu Puraatmadja on 15 July 2013



Members Ian Paice
Roger Glover
Ian Gillan
Steve Morse
Don Airey
Genres Hard rock,
heavy metal,
psychedelic rock,
blues rock,
progressive rock
Years active 1968–1976,
1984 - present 
Labels Tetragrammaton
Warner Bros.
Polydor
BMG
EMI
Edel
Associated acts      The Maze
Episode Six
Rainbow
Paice Ashton Lord
Whitesnake
Black Sabbath
Gillan & Glover
Hughes Turner Project
Living Loud
Rock Aid Armenia
WhoCares
Black Country Communion
Website www.deeppurple.com


Deep Purple are an English rock band formed in Hertford in 1968.They are considered to be among the pioneers of heavy metal and modern hard rock,although their musical approach changed over the years.Originally formed as progressive rock band, the band's sound shifted to hard rock in 1970. Deep Purple, together with Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, have been referred to as the "unholy trinity of British hard rock and heavy metal in the early to mid-Seventies".They were listed in the 1975 Guinness Book of World Records as "the globe's loudest band" for a 1972 concert at London's Rainbow Theatre,and have sold over 100 million albums worldwide,[8][9][10]including 7.5 million certified units in the US.

The band has gone through many line-up changes and an eight-year hiatus (1976–1984). The 1968–1976 line-ups are commonly labelled Mark I, II, III and IV.[13]Their second and most commercially successful line-up featured Ian Gillan (vocals), Jon Lord (organ), Roger Glover (bass), Ian Paice (drums), and Ritchie Blackmore (guitar). This line-up was active from 1969 to 1973, and was revived from 1984 to 1989, and again from 1992 to 1993. The band achieved more modest success in the intervening periods between 1968 and 1969 with the line-up including Rod Evans (vocals) and Nick Simper (bass, backing vocals), between 1974 and 1976 (Tommy Bolin replacing Blackmore in 1975) with the line-up including David Coverdale (vocals) and Glenn Hughes (bass, vocals), and between 1989 and 1992 with the line-up including Joe Lynn Turner (vocals). The current line-up (featuring Ian Gillan, and guitarist Steve Morse from 1994) follows much longer, although organist Jon Lord's retirement from the band in 2002 (being succeeded by Don Airey) left Ian Paice as the only original Deep Purple member still in the band.

Deep Purple were ranked number 22 on VH1's Greatest Artists of Hard Rock programmeand a British radio station Planet Rock poll ranked them 5th among the "most influential bands ever". At the 2011 Classic Rock Awards in London, they received the Innovator Award. In October 2012, Deep Purple were nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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Mengenai Pembengkakan Kelenjar Getah Bening (PKGB) itu sendiri sudah saya bahas cukup panjang lebar beberapa waktu yang lalu, dengan judul "Waspadai Pembengkakan Kelenjar Getah Bening Bisa Berubah Menjadi Kanker Stadium 4" dan untuk kali ini saya akan lebih fokus dari pengalaman yang saya peroleh dari keseharian dan untuk menjawab keluhan para pembaca karena pada posting terdahulu sudah terlalu panjang, sehingga ada beberapa komentar yang tidak sempat saya respon.

PKGB bukanlah sebuah penyakit melainkan suatu pembengkakan kelenjar yang merupakan manifestasi dari adanya infeksi atau peradangan pada salah satu organ tubuh kita.


PKGB sebenarnya tidak terlalu harus dipermasalahkan, karena PKGB bisa sembuh dengan sendirinya, namun yang perlu dimasalahkan adalah akar penyebab dari terjadinya PKGB itu sendiri.

Dan kalau penyebab PKGB sudah diketahui dan segera teratasi, maka, InsyaAllah PKGB itu sendiri akan sembuh dengan sendirinya.

Kecuali kalau, akar penyebab dari PKGB itu tidak segera diketemukan dan segera diatasi, maka PKGB sulit untuk normal atau tersembuhkan.

Atau, jika PKGB nya sudah berubah menjadi kanker seperti yang telah dibahas pada "waspadai PGKB", persoalannya menjadi lain. Menjadi lebih rumit dan sangat sulit teratasi. Dan kalau bisa tersembuhkan, merupakan sebuah anugrah dari Allah Subhanahu wa ta'ala yang luar biasa.

Dalam hal ini, tidak sedikitpun bermaksud untuk menakut-nakuti, hanya agar menjadi "early warning"  untuk kita semua agar senantiasa berhati-hati dan bijaksana dalam menghadapi masalah, jangan sampai kita mencari solusi malah menambah masalah.


Kata-kata bijak: "kematian adalah takdir sedangkan cara, bagaimana dan dimana mati adalah nasib."


Mengutip kata-kata bijak tersebut, agar kita senantiasa menikmati hidup dengan sehat, bukan dalam penderitaan yang berkepanjangan.

Penyakit kanker menjadi salah satu penyakit yang paling menyiksa  baik secara fisik maupun bathin. Dan PKGB bisa menjadi titik awal terjadinya tumor ganas apabila kita salah menanganinya.

Beach House Release New Album

Posted by Bayu Puraatmadja on 14 July 2013









By Eddie
Beach House Give New Album Release Date And A New Single Dreamyy

New Music
The Wire

One of the ten new songs coming from Beach House is out. It’s first single off their upcoming album, to be released on May 15, and is named Myth. The song was written “between countless soundchecks.” Hear it here.

theradreport.com

ASOBI SEKSU RULES!

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urbandreamscapes:

Asobi Seksu!

Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NYC
urban dreamscapes photography

Asobi Seksu Rules

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