1. Lempi 60 kiloinen tipuemo

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    Lempi koiran emon vaistot ovat heränneet

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    • Swiming Pool in Gulshan Park Sialkot

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      • Dho Dala (The Sin Washer) Trailer

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        In the backdrop of a world where assassins disappear into blackholes, Dhona and Pari are launderettes who wash people's 'sins' away by washing away crime scenes and evidence. All is status quo until an unsuspected spy tries to wake them to justice.

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        • kolpona.. lyrics by imtiaz ikram

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          - Video setting by imikon, Singer: Tipu- Obscure, Lyrics: Imtiaz Ikram, Tune: Kawsar Hasan Bipul, Music: Combined, Audio Album: Doshey Dosh, Year: 2001, http://bdsong.webs.com/tipu.html

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          • I Did ITsm My Way - ITSM Weekly Antipodean Podcast Episode 19

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            LIVE from the floor of the itSMFNZ 2012 Conference Departure Lounge

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            • RFPs - The Good, The Bad & The Ugly - ITSM Weekly Antipodean Podcast Episode 17

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              What happens when the bottom of the world chat about IT Service Management. HOSTS Episode 17: Karen Ferris, Simone Moore, Andrew Friar, Tristan Boot Month in review Tristan, Simone and Andrew discuss the past months highlights and lowlights while Karen travels the world again, attending the ITSMF International Publications forum in Warsaw. However, she does send her apologies. Tristan provided a bit of a low down on the Warsaw event and reminds us about our Podcast Episode 3 with our guest Kirstie Magowan, Chief Editor ITSMF Publications. Simone had to refer back to her calendar to remember where she’s been, loves her admin team and spent a lot of time on Knowledge Management, surveys. A personal highlight was finalising her upcoming sojourn to France, chocolate and other things. Tristan in about 30 seconds, presents at least 10 new podcast topics like racing to 'Find the Time' and chasing ideas on motivation, leadership, lack of management and basic Customer service. He’s putting his presentation together for the itSMFNZ June conference. The Conference Program is out, and they have established the Facebook group ITSMFNZ. Andrew found his month interesting, besides riding 100km, he’s very happy he’s had his LeadIT12 speaking gig confirmed. He spent more time kicking around Back2ITSM and Klout and putting his talk synopsis up onto Back2ITSM to experiment with feedback. Conference Details Australia http://www.itsmf.org.au/leadit/2012/ New Zealand http://itsmfconference.org.nz/ The team discusses RFPs - Requests for Proposals - or is that Pain? - The good, the bad and the ugly! Andrew practices his Pod-master skills and wants the whip for Tristan & Simone while they run loose on RFPs & IT Boobies! RFPs seem to be a painful experience A tin of worms opens up just by dropping in an extra statement Overloading the RFP's with excessive requirements – it’s out of control Can we streamline the process without cutting corners? Confusing RFP's, RFQ's & RFI's and the observation that people are not taught how to write them! Involving the right people and engaging them at the right time. How about applying ITIL's CSI philosophy to writing RFP's? Why, why oh why! - Articulating drivers, ambition and motivation Electronic reading vs. facilitated discussion RFP tennis or murder ball! ‘Bottom’ or ‘Best’ dollar and strategy sharing Ascertaining capability and validation Active sponsorship Negotiating power Shiny Syndrome – the Magic button & silver bullet solution BAU vs. Project work quandary - don't state 'Minimal Exposure to our staff', ask for advice on what levels of participation will be required of your organisation Some RFP Links to help: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Request_for_proposal http://www.cio.com/article/193501/Truths_and_Tips_on_the_Flawed_Request_for_Proposal_Process http://www.cio.com/article/183853/Vendor_Management_Price_Doesn_t_Matter And Tristan did his homework: http://jonontech.com/2009/08/25/the-perils-of-procurement/ http://www.softwaretechadvocate.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=58&Itemid=63 http://www.coloadvisor.com/why-rfps-dont-seem-to-work/ Of course Dilbert has a view on RFP's as well and doesn’t the old Classic swing-tree diagram explain many things?! Team Tips (Amazing Summary!) Start with the end in mind - get people into a room and facilitate a discussion about 'What we need to achieve'. Relationships are important - work out if you can work together. Look at a 'Constraints' based approach - 'Constraints Cause Creativity'. Think beyond the Shiny Stuff - go beyond technology and process, go into organisational considerations. Minimising customer effort - think of your involvement, what you need to do to change, coach or advise? Visible and Active Sponsorship - the sponsor should review to make sure their vision and objectives are contained. Pick of the Month Andrew:BaseCamp - a Great Collaborative tool to manage projects with, get your team out of the inbox. Tristan: OmniFocus - A great tool to support the idea of 'Getting Things Done'. Simone: Tipu Talk - more great material from Rob England - is there ever a podcast where we don't mention the IT Skeptic? Booby(s) of the Month One of the banks again, and not an Australian one, or was it? Payroll takes a pounding – back pocket booby hurts! And a whole new topic comes out of HR and the legacy system knowledge gap: See the two articles: · www.stuff.co.nz/business/money/4934768/Westpac-picks-up-tab-for-pay-glitch · www.stuff.co.nz/business/money/6722567/Bank-glitch-stops-pay Close The team will record Episode 18 on 23 May 2012. Suggestions for guests and podcast content to info@macanta.com.au Your Hosts: Karen Ferris karen.ferris@macanta.com.au Simone Moore simone@hdaa.com.au Andrew Friar andrew@enduranceit.com.au Tristan Boot tristan.boot@gmail.com

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              • 180 Ee Vayasika Raadhu Song

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                Music: Sharreth | Lyrics: Vanamaali | Singer: Tipu When a moment freezes in time, the rules of reality get suspended and suddenly you see magic in things that never demanded a second look. It is when a moment is frozen or slowed down by multiples of hundred times, you suddenly see that gravity disappears into thin air. You see man fly like a bird, walk on water or dance in air. Things that look unreal but it is not. It is happening around us every day, every moment and yet we don't see them. Slowing time brings this magic to light in the song Ee Vayasika Raadhu in 180. A moment frozen in time also makes the man experiencing it suspend all concept of age....timeless as long as he is suspended in it. Once he is out of the moment he knows that age or moment will never come back. The song, with lyrics by Vanamaali and choreography by Dinesh, was shot on the Phantom Flex camera that can shoot up to 2500 frames per second. Here, director Jayendra wanted to express the power and potential of each moment. The song exaggerates the actions that happen in a second through slow motion and makes us realize the magic that goes unnoticed in routine life. Ee Vayasika Raadhu Song - 2 minutes A film by Jayendra starring Siddharth, Nithya Menen and Priya Anand. Produced by Sathyam Cinemas and Aghal Films. © 2011

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                • Sicilianu Tipu Stranu (Full HD)

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                  Music video by Alessandro Ferrara Song written & played by Calandra & Calandra Sicilia In Production (C) 2011

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                  • stanno arrivando...

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                    ...sembrava un giorno qualsiasi... ...ma qualcuno lo stava cercando... ...incubo o realtà? ...stanno arrivando... DAL 27 MARZO 2011 calandraecalandra.com

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                    • SOOMAA

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