Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Lợi ích của cây Thân Yêu (Lovage plant benefits).

Mẹ tôi có bà bạn đi chung nhà thờ. Bà ấy 94 tuổi rồi mà mẹ tôi nói bà ấy đi bộ rất là khỏe khoắn con hơn thanh niên nữa.
Bà ấy đã uống trà cây Thân Yêu (Lovage plant) từ hồi còn trẻ.
Cho nên bà ấy cho mẹ tôi một cây nhỏ để trồng. Năm ngoái thấy nó không lên nổi tưởng đâu nó chết mất rồi. Ai ngờ năm nó lên lại và rất là mạnh và chóng lớn.
Cậu tôi và tôi thấy cây đó lớn mà không biết là cây gì, hỏi mẹ tôi thì mới biết tới cây này.

Phỏng theo trang này, thì cây Thân Yêu (Lovage plant) rất có nhiều điều tốt.
Nó có chất calcium tốt cho xương. Giúp đỡ đau nhức. Tốt cho da, và ruột.  Mẹ tôi thiếu chất Potassium, thì cây này cũng có cao chất Potassium.


Còn trang này thì nói 10 điều bổ ích của cây này: https://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/10-benefits-organic-lovage/
1) Phòng ngừa sạn thận
2) Làm tan đờm ở phổi làm cho dể thở hơn
3) Làm dảm nhẹ khắp người
4) Làm cho da tốt
5) Chống lại cái vi trùng xấu
6) Dể tiêu hóa và không bị no hơi
7) Làm các khớp dể chịu và dảm đau nhức ở các khớp mà lại không bị các tác dụng phụ xấu
8) Làm dảm triệu chứng dị ứng va các thứ mà thường kích thích cho da
9) Tốt cho đường kinh dảm đi những sự khó chịu
10) Dùng được cho nấu ăn thay thế rau Cần Tây (celery)


Cho nên vì vậy mà gia đình tôi tìm mua mười mấy cây để trồng thêm chung quanh nhà.
Nếu địa phương của bạn không có bán cây này bạn có thể mua hạt từ amazon.com để gieo lấy giống.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Net-worth of topics and sub-forums

On gimplearn.net now,
we have links to see net-worth of topics and sub-forums.

While viewing a topic, or a sub-forum, after the topic title or sub-forum name, you'll see the link "Networth" following "Showcase|Slideshow|". If you click on that you'll see an estimated net-worth of that topic (or sub-forum).

If the sub-forum you're viewing has children sub-forums, it'll show net-worth amount that is the sum of all the children sub-forums networth.

Example pages that show net-worth of topic or sub-forum:
net-worth of topic: MY SIMPLE ART
net-worth of sub-forum: GIMPED
net-worth of sub-forum: The Arts (which has children sub-forums)

So now members can get a rough estimate of how much each topic/sub-forum is worth (in addition to their own net-worth).

Numbers are calculated based on the value of the site (gimplearn.net) calculated by worth of the web calculator and actual price paid for hosting the site.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Member's average net-worth on a forum

On gimplearn.net forum
I have introduced different method of calculations (4 methods to be exact).
One is based on the number and timing and occurrences of member's posts.
One is based on GL Points a member has (which can be transferred/donated by other members when they think that member provided value of something or gained by GL downloads[downloads by logged in members]).
One is based on Image Attachments that member has.
One is based on Non-Image Attachments.
So because a member could have a high net-worth in one method of calculation and a low net-worth in another method of calculation.
I thought it would make sense to show an average net-worth (which is just the average of the above 4 methods).
You can view this average net-worth of a member (at very bottom, in blue color) of a member's individual net-worth page (by clicking on any member's username on https://www.gimplearn.net/networth.php)

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

A fun feature added to my forum (member's networth)

on gimplearn.net now, you can view member's networth (simulated) here:
https://gimplearn.net/networth.php
You can then click on any member's name to see detailed calculation of their networth (There's more than one networth measurement, based on their posts, their points (GLPoints) or their image attachments to measure their contribution to gimplearn.net

Also below each post (in a topic), there's indication of post's cost and post's market value.

The post's cost and market value can only be a fraction of each day's cost of hosting and each day's cost of price listed for gimplearn.com domain name (eventhough we're gimplearn.net now, if you google gimplearn.com, gimplearn.net will show up on top search result).

So there you have it it's a fun way to measure member's worth on our forum.
It is intended for entertainment purposes only.


Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Light of Buddha.

I read a post shared by a Buddhist page on facebook today about Buddha's light.
It can not be seen by our naked eyes.
You must achieve some form of enlightenment to be able to see Buddha's light.
Buddha's light does not travel like regular light.
Regular light takes years, hundreds or thousands of years or more to travel in space while Buddha's light is instantaneously filled throughout all corners of universe.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

So I just signed up for bitcoin wallet today

Lately, I have heard about bitcoins on the news, see ads for it on facebook.
So, I suckered into searching for "How to earn bitcoins"
I searched for "How to earn bitcoins" and found Earn bitcoins in 8 different ways.
That's a lot of ways to earn bitcoins but most seemed unattractive to me except for the coinworker.com.

Seemed like something I want to do on my spare time like doing small tasks and get paid with bitcoins for the tasks that i perform.

So next, I went to Sign up for a bitcoin wallet (blockchain wallet).
I successfully created my bitcoin wallet with 0.000 bitcoin.

I then went back to coinworker.com registered and entered my address (found in Copy and Share address found when clicked on Request when viewing my bitcoin wallet).

Then I clicked on do tasks on coinworker.com.  Sadly, to my disappointment there were no available tasks to do.

If it did work, it would be great.  I imagined it would be like amazon's mechanical turk where you make pennies as you perform tasks that required some human intelligence which are extremely hard for computers to do while quite simple for human to do.  That's what I was hoping for since Amazon's mechanical Turk only accepts U.S. workers and I am Canadian.

coinworker.com would be a great framework for the rest of world to do tasks like Amazon Mechanical Turk.

I guess I'll check back on coinworker.com once in a while to see if any tasks are available for me to do since I have a blockchain wallet now.  But that could be a while (Crossing my finger).