28 April 2011


"Almost everything you do comes with risks."

What exactly is a risk? A risk can be defined as a probability of incurring loss or misfortune. This risk that we are talking about always exists almost everywhere especially in times of decision making. Some risks require us to try first before we know the results.
And here it is: If we never try, we never know. If we’re scared to take the risk, we will never get what we want. Without risks, we will never get experiences that we might want to keep for a lifetime. To take a risk means to face consequences with a brave heart. Risks eventually make us a better person as it makes us ready to take much higher risks in the future. We learn from taking risks. Sometimes.....[more]

An original article by Cynthia Pinga (me)

26 April 2011

The Royal Wedding

As most of us know, Prince William is now engaged to Kate Middleton.
The couple is soon to be wed on 29 April 2011 after a 10-year courtship. The wedding will be held at Westminster Abbey at 10.00am London time (+1 UTC).
The Royal Household invites you to watch an amazing Royal Wedding broadcasted live on The Royal Channel on Youtube.

This is going to be one of the great moments in the history of the Royal family and all the fans of Prince William and Kate!

Wishing the both of you a happy, joyous, blessed and amazing wedding with a great life ahead!

24 April 2011

Piano Time!

I was browsing the Hot Blog, and I found this! A virtual piano! Play on your keyboard by clicking the "Click to Activate Keyboard Control" on the right side of the piano!

And thanks to ButtonBeats.com we now have this piano to fill in our leisure time! Check it out!


How To Refer / Link To A Website Using HTML coding

Let say you upload a picture to a picture sharing website and you get the html codes similar to the one below (I used Imageshack).

The site automatically generates the html code similar to the one below and all you have to do is just copy and paste the code to anywhere the accepts html coding. Let's say you have something like this:

Now, let's say you paste that code in you blog so that the picture appears in your blog. But now you want that picture to redirect to you online store when someone clicks on it.
So, what you need to do is to look for the href and edit that part. Let's say I want it to be redirected to my online store. (The one in blue is what you're supposed to edit.)

Compare the first and the second code... What differs the two is the URL/web address at the href section.
The href is where you want your image to redirect when someone clicks on it. So basically the general format is as below:

This html coding works on almost anywhere that accepts html. Keep that in mind and you're good to go =)