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Winner of the UPSI National EduBlog Competition 2013

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The first time I heard the news, I was kind of laughing in disbelieve. It was quite sometime when I filled up the competition form. And yesterday the organizer called me to tell me the news personally. blog.kerul.net was selected as the 3rd place winner of the Open Category. Anyway, am quite happy frankly.
 
Later after 13 Nov I'll update this post. I don't know what is the prize. Some sort electronic gadget, I guess. I don’t care much about the prize, just feelin some sort of satisfaction. Coz at-last someone recognise the blog, after several hundred posts, since 2005…
 
The list of winners is here  http://ict.upsi.edu.my/index.php/pemenang-2013 , and ironically the links are not clickable - coz there are all in image form, not text!
 
Open Category
http://ict.upsi.edu.my/index.php/pemenang-2013
1st: Nor Liyana Mohd Shuib - liyanashuib.blogspot.com
This is a very well designed blog with beautiful appearance, off course the blogger is a lady. A PhD candidate who love to share her PhD journey with useful notes on her research and writing.
 
2nd: Chang Hon Wan - hwchang62.blogspot.com 
Mr Chang is an Art Education schoolteacher and also an author of Visual Art Education and computer graphics books. His art work are impressive yet produced with a simple tool - Microsoft Word.
 
 
3rd: us - blog.kerul.net
This 3rd place is ours. ;-p... The blog contains more of programming samples, tutorials, tips and tricks on programming. What programming? How on earth suddenly people blog on programming? It has decent design (simplicity is the new beauty), yet the blog has so much content to offer which starts from 2005.
 
IHLs category
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1st Bukhari Safie – http://mybukhari.net
2nd Mohd Zaki Jamaluddin – http://my-cikgu.blogspot.com
3rd Sharizuan Shafiril – http://e-technicaleducation.blogspot.com
*Sorry, I can’t comment much coz I don’t know how to appreciate them…
Anyway, Congratulation, winners!
Some pics of the event…
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hadiah-pemenang-pertandingan-edublog-upsi-peringkat-kebangsaan-2013.jpgAmong the prizes…
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