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got this from a friend....

1. If a man wants you, nothing can keep him away. If he doesn't want you, nothing can make him stay.
2. Stop making excuses for a man and his behaviour.
3. Allow your intuition (or spirit) to save you from heartache.
4. Stop trying to change yourself for a relationship that's not meant to be.
5. Slower is better.

6. Never live your life for a man before you find what makes you truly happy.
7. If a relationship ends because the man was not treating you as you deserve then heck no you can't "be friends." A friend wouldn't mistreat a friend.
8. Don't settle.
9. If you feel like he is stringing you along, then he probably is.
10. Don't stay because you think, "it will get better." You'll be mad at yourself a year later for staying when things are not better.

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the curious case of benjamin button

7 pounds

the spirit

he's just not that into you

confessions of a shoppaholic

rachel getting married

fast & furious 4 (gosh, i miss LA & all those fancy cars!!!)

revolutionary road

the reader

taken

push

 

DVD to watch:

pride & glory

vicky cristina barcelona

rock n rolla

 

現在想到的有這幾個....

 

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中國人說新年要穿新衣,

雖然我已經幾百年沒過過chinese new yr,

也沒穿中國人所謂大吉大利的紅色或金色,

反而穿了白灰黑色系,

但昰穿新衣, 噴新香水還是很開心的!

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每個月都看InStyle, StyleWatch,

好像應該要跟大家分享一下內容.

讓沒有機會看到或沒時間看的各位,

也能得到一些重要fashion info.

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我去年的聖誕禮物,

因為my bro忘了帶回來 (-___-),

所以這幾天連同我其他買的東西跟雜誌,

請我bf一起寄回來~

 

成岳快遞真是個好東西,

真的像他們公司標榜的,

三天就到台灣了,

超快的,

比美國domestic裡面寄還快, haha!

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隨著inauguration的到來,

各大媒體強力放送關於obama的消息,

我的腦袋裡瞬間pop out的想法是--

Obama的image management做得真讚!

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或許我人生中的下一章,

終於要開始了.

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Communication in the media is an increasingly growing and competitive environment, especially among those reporting news and distributing information throughout our society. The revolution in the competitive media landscape since 1995 has altered the way Americans live today. Since 1995, the media industry has had to consider international opportunities as well as international threats. For example, international expansion has caused the United States to do things such as invest in foreign programming networks, create centralized management policies so that if and when the media is expanded overseas, they will be prepared to deal with the challenges of vertically integrated competitors that operate in a more centralized manner. In regards to technology, the paths to access and distribution have opened immensely giving Americans more and more ways to obtain information. According to the Pew Research Center, "Nearly seven-in-ten Americans (68%) now use a computer at least on an occasional basis, up from 61 percent in 1998 and 58 percent in 1996. Almost as many have a computer in their home-59 percent, up from 43 percent in 1998 and 36 percent in 1995" (Pew Research Center, 2006). Traditional news outlets, such as the television, are no longer the main source of receiving information. In our new technologically advanced world, most of society prefers to receive information through their cell phones or blackberries. "Only 55 percent of Americans now report having watched the news or a news program on television 'yesterday,'" whereas in 1994, 74 percent of Americans used television as their news outlet (The Pew Research Center, 2006). Television's supremacy is ending. TV ratings are going down and the internet's usage is going up. The internet has become one of the largest technology breakthroughs in history making business very hard for networks. For example, the majority of businesses prefer their consumers and clients to visit their websites in order to obtain information about their company. The non-stop growing environment of technology has, in turn, changed every aspect of a human's life.

           Consider the social and economic impacts of communication inside the lives of Americans in 2006 compared to those in 1995. In order to keep up with the trends of today's society, people are purchasing new media conceptions every day causing "built in obsolescence." This is when the consumer is initially persuaded into buying a product; however, the corporation quickly manufactures something new and improved making the first product obsolescent (for example: ipod, then the ipod mini, then the nano). Convenience has also moved its way up to the top of the priority list of most Americans.  As a result, our society is becoming more and more alienated and unsociable. We now no longer have to communicate with our peers and/or colleagues face-to-face anymore. It seems our society would rather communicate through emails and the internet than even picking up the telephone. Nonetheless, this increasing technology may have a tendency to harm these companies. For instance, people no longer want to take the time to go to the store and buy DVD's or rent movies because it is inconvenient for them.

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            Michael Eisner, who joined Disney in 1984, served as the prince that awoke the dormant giant of animation and infused new life as well as new strategies into the company. Along with Frank Wells and Jeffrey Katzenberg, the trio successfully rebuilt the magic kingdom of Disney with Eisner’s profit multiplier business model and the application of synergy group. With Eisner’s business model, Disney’s creative content was transformed and repackaged in various forms which led to the expansion of profits in a wide range of consumer product domains. Repacking and cross-marketing did not only help leverage “the value of one content source across the company’s many divisions” but also allow the creative content to be utilized numerous times to increase profits for shareholders (Harvard Business School, 1998, p. 2). Accordingly, branded products that originated from the creative content became one of the major channels for revenue for the company. In the end, the result of their efforts was the creation of a brand and a self-sufficient entertainment empire that had the privileges of ignoring vendors from the outside.

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從我在LA的時候就想看了,

it's brad pitt,

it's an artistic drama,

it's a novel.

 

我好想看啊!!!

為什麼台灣那麼久才會上?!

 

give me my benjamin button!

 

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24

America's Best Dance Crew

Prison Break

Gossip Girl

The Hills

Fringe

American Idol

America's Next Top Model

Stylista

the Rachel Zoe Project

Project Runway

House

Lost

Grey's Anatomy

Desperate Housewives

 

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  • Jan 10 Sat 2009 18:36
  • 置頂 Wish

 

we dont wish for the easy stuff, we wish for big things,
things that are ambitious, out of reach.
we wish because we need help, and we are scared,
and we know we may be asking too much.
we still wish though,
because,
sometimes,
they come true.

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it's for u, my bb.

 

 


Lyrics | David Cook lyrics - Always Be My Baby lyrics

 

We were as one babe
For a moment in time
And it seemed everlasting
That you would always be mine

Now you want to be free
So I'm letting you fly
Cause I know in my heart babe
Our love will never die
No!

You'll always be a part of me
I'm a part of you indefinitely
Girl don't you know you can't escape me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
And we'll linger on
Time can't erase a feeling this strong
No way you're never gonna shake me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby

I ain't gonna cry no
And I won't beg you to stay
If you're determined to leave girl
I will not stand in your way
But inevitably you'll be back again
Cause ya know in your heart babe
Our love will never end no

You'll always be a part of me
I'm part of you indefinitely
Girl don't you know you can't escape me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
And we'll linger on
Time can't erase a feeling this strong
No way you're never gonna shake me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby

I know that you'll be back girl
When your days and your nights get a little bit colder oooohhh
I know that, you'll be right back, babe
Ooooh! baby believe me it's only a matter of time

You'll always be a part of me
I'm part of you indefinitely
Girl don't you know you can't escape me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
And we'll linger on
Time can't erase a feeling this strong
No way you're never gonna shake me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my my baby....

You'll always be a part of me (you will always be)
I'm part of you indefinitely
Girl don't you know you can't escape me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby
And we'll linger on (we will linger on....)
Time can't erase a feeling this strong
No way you're never gonna shake me
Ooh darling cause you'll always be my baby

Always be my baby

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