Saturday, October 17, 2009

Day# 22...Plumeria


Be a flower , That think will grow give full a house.

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Friday, October 16, 2009

Day# 21...Following photograph from the satellite

GOES-9 IR satellite

The photograph from the satellite , GOES-9 IR1

State storm photograph from , Asia Satellite

(Weather Channel)

State storm photograph from , East Asia Satellite

(Weather Channel)

State storm photograph from , India Satellite

(Weather Channel)

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Thursday, October 15, 2009

Day# 20...Mook-Samed-Bungalow

Mook Samed Bungalow

Located in the fishing village of Samet Sea resorts
are very quiet and private.

Activities on your vacation.
We have a range of water sports activities and the services. And sailing ,Scuba diving - shallow water. Surfing, Canoeing, Swimming Sea, or taking view of the community atmosphere Ko Samet.

MookSamed restaurant at sea. Serving Thai and international Food.
Open beginning at 7:00 am - 23:00

Samed Map.

Ao Noina is Sea resort is only a few locations on
the island of Samet. Accommodations at sea.
That the differences and unique experience
for visitors with not relieve atrophy.
Allowing people to come back and
visit again regularly.Atmosphere at sea
you can see various types of school to
swim in a river not repeat patterns.
It is natural for us to appreciate creativity.

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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Day# 19...Heavy flooding rain large...14-10-2009.

Srinagarindra Rd,Yaek La-San

14-10-52 At 8.00 o'Clock. (At Thailand 2552)‏

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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Day# 18...Select Quality.... select

Contact Information:

Nganwad dot khom CO.,LTD.
K.Ao (คุณอ้อ ) 394/58 Mu.4 Soi.Suk Sawat27, Bangpakok
Rasotburana, Bangkok 10140 (Thailand)

Phone: +6681-932-3374 ,
Fax: +662-427-2458
Mobile: +6681-932-3374
Email:, Website:

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Monday, October 12, 2009

Day# 17...Sales ball dog inexpensive.

Picture#1 --> Joey

Name... Joey
Age... 2 months, half. (Vaccination and then)
Price... 3,500 Baht. (Male puppy)
Contact: K.DD +668-5600-0608

Picture#2 --> Mi-Rak

Name... Mi-Rak
Age... 2 months, half (Vaccination and then) MARK is a heart.
Females (TEA Cup Size).
Price... 4,900 Baht.
Contact: K.DD +668-5600-0608

Picture#3 --> Mi-Ngoen

Name... Mi-Ngoen
More than 3 months of age (Vaccination and then)
Price... 6,500 Baht. (Male puppy)
Call... +668-5600-0608.
Contact: K.DD

Picture#4 --> Pae-Kuai

Name... Pae-Kuai
Age... 2 months (Vaccination and then),
Gender... Male puppy.
Price... 9,500 Baht.
Contact... K.JJ
Call... +668-1815-2003.

Picture#5 --> Kitty

Name... Kitty
Age... 2 months (Vaccination and then).
Female 9,500 baht.
Contact... K.JJ
Call to +668-1815-2003

Picture#6 --> Na-Kha

Name... Na-Kha
Age... 35 days, Females.
Price... 6,500 Baht.
Contact... K.JJ , Call +668-1815-2003

Picture#6 --> Na-Cha

Name... Na-Cha
Age... 35 days old. Females.
Price... 6,500 Baht.
Call... +668-1815-2003
Contact... K. JJ

Interest to negotiate together ==> K.JJ+668-1815-2003

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Day# 16...10 Best Jobs in the U.S., 2009 Edition...Part-2

The remaining 5 sequence...

No.5 --> Information Technology Project Manager
Median salary (experienced): $98,700
Top pay: $140,000
Job growth (10-year forecast): 16%
Sector: Information Technology

What they do:
Keep big tech projects like software upgrades running on time--and on budget. "We bring order to chaos," says April Ellison, an IT project manager in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Why it's great:
Lots of opportunity. "Just about all companies need techsavvy people who are great managers," says Houston tech recruiter Linda Ranostaj. Figuring out how to implement cutting-edge technologies keeps the job challenging. Good upward mobility: IT project managers can rise to chief technology officer of a company, where the salaries can hit $300,000. Do you prefer to work for yourself? The field offers plenty of consulting work.

Hours (and hours and hours) of meetings. Aggressive project timelines. Staff jobs can be outsourced to consultants.

Five to seven years of technology and computer-related experience. A project management professional certification, along with an MBA, will enhance career prospects.

No.4 --> Nurse PractitionerMedian salary (experienced): $85,200
Top pay: $113,000
Job growth (10-year forecast): 23%
Sector: Healthcare

What they do:
In addition to performing routine caretaking tasks, nurse practitioners have the advanced medical training to diagnose and treat a wide range of ailments. They can also prescribe medication without consulting an MD.nNot that stability and growth don’t matter, of course. We put the heaviest weight on those factors when we began crunching the numbers to come up with our list of the 50 best jobs. But to make the final cut, a job had to get high quality-of-life marks too. Whether you’re thinking of switching careers, are job hunting, or want to nudge a child in the right professional direction, this list should give you plenty of fodder for discussion.

Why it's great:
Thanks to the growth of retail health clinics and the shortage of primary-care doctors, opportunities abound for nurse practitioners in settings from hospitals and urgent-care centers to private practice. They can specialize in fields such as women's health or oncology. Experienced nurse practitioners looking for a change of pace can shift to teaching or medical research. Nurse practitioners are also specifically trained in patient teaching; disease prevention is typically a large part of their practice. "Helping people see that small changes in their lifestyles can make a big difference to their health is very rewarding," says New York City nurse practitioner Edwidge Thomas.

Constant insurance headaches. Education requirements are ratcheting up.

Must first complete training to get license as a registered nurse; master's degree, plus certification. A doctor of nursing practice degree is increasingly in demand, which requires about three additional years of study.

No.3 -->College Professor
Median salary (experienced): $70,400
Top pay: $115,000
Job growth (10-year forecast): 23%
Sector: Education

What they do:
Teach and grade papers, of course. But profs also spend about half their time doing research and writing articles and books about their field.

Why it's great:
For starters, major scheduling freedom. "Besides teaching and office hours, I get to decide where, when, and how I get my work done," says Daniel Beckman, a biology professor at Missouri State University. And that doesn't even take into account ample time off for holidays and a reduced workload in the summer. Competition for tenuretrack positions at four-year institutions is intense, but you'll find lots of available positions at community colleges and professional programs, where you can enter the professoriate as an adjunct faculty member or non-tenuretrack instructor without a doctorate degree. That's particularly true during economic downturns, when laid-off workers often head back to school for additional training. More valuable perks: reduced or free tuition for family members and free access to college gyms and libraries.

Low starting pay and a big 50% salary gap between faculty at universities and community colleges. If the position is at a four-year university, you'll probably have to relocate, and you'll be under pressure to constantly publish new work to sustain career momentum.

How to get it:
For a tenure track position, you'll need a Ph.D. But all colleges want at least a master's degree and prefer plenty of teaching experience.

No.2 -->Physician Assistant
Median salary (experienced): $90,900
Top pay: $124,000
Job growth (10-year forecast): 27%
Sector: Healthcare

What they do:
Call it MD lite. Working under the supervision of a doctor, PAs do all tasks involved in routine medical care, such as diagnosing illnesses and assisting in surgery. In most states they can write prescriptions as well.

Why it's great:
You get the satisfaction of treating patients minus insurance hassles, since PAs have far less administrative responsibility than the typical MD. "I'm part of a team yet have a lot of autonomy," says PA Robert Wooten. You don't have to take on the time or expense of med school (see pre-reqs) and the field is virtually recession-proof, owing to an ongoing shortage of primary-care physicians. PAs are also far cheaper to employ than MDs, so demand is expected to steadily increase as medical facilities try to rein in costs, says Bill Leinweber, CEO of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. And since they don't need as much specialized training as doctors, PAs can switch from, say, geriatrics to emergency care with relative ease.

It's a fairly new profession, so the number of annual job openings is still small.

A master's degree; 100 hours of training every two years; recertification every six.

No.1 -->Systems Engineer
Median salary (experienced): $87,100
Top pay: $130,000
Job growth (10-year forecast): 45%
Sector: Information Technology

What they do:
They're the "big think" managers on large, complex projects, from major transportation networks to military defense programs. They figure out the technical specifications required and coordinate the efforts of lower-level engineers working on specific aspects of the project.

Why it's great:
Demand is soaring for systems engineers, as what was once a niche job in the aerospace and defense industries becomes commonplace among a diverse and expanding universe of employers, from medical device makers to corporations like Xerox and BMW. Pay can easily hit six figures for top performers, and there's ample opportunity for advancement. But many systems engineers say they most enjoy the creative aspects of the job and seeing projects come to life. "The transit system I work on really makes a tangible difference to people," says Anne O'Neil, chief systems engineer for the New York City Transit Authority.

Long hours are common; project deadlines can be fierce.

An undergrad engineering degree; some jobs might also require certification as a certified systems engineering professional (CSEP).

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