Tuesday, January 3, 2012

e3050.com .. "Online Shopping"

Sistrum "www.e3050.com"

Egypt's 1st online shopping... Egypt's first online retailer. Offering customers a chance to learn more, compare and buy products directly online & have them delivered to their doorstep.


To develop a platform where Manufacturers and Distributers can offer their full range of products in one location to customers all over Egypt.


- Egypt Web Academy Awards - June 2010 (Best E-Commerce web site B2C Products 2010)
- Egypt Web Academy Awards - June 2010 (Certificate of Excellence: Achieved excellence in Web Design, Development, Content and Interactivity)
- Egypt Web Awards - 2008 (The Bronze Award under E-Commerce category, Egypt WA Competition)

Time is Too Precious To Waste .. Do Your Technology Shopping Online !

Monday, May 30, 2011

For the young who want to

Talent is what they say
you have after the novel
is published and favorably
reviewed. Beforehand what
you have is a tedious
delusion, a hobby like knitting.

Work is what you have done
after the play is produced
and the audience claps.
Before that friends keep asking
when you are planning to go
out and get a job.

Genius is what they know you
had after the third volume
of remarkable poems. Earlier
they accuse you of withdrawing,
ask why you don’t have a baby,
call you a bum.

The reason people want M.F.A.’s,
take workshops with fancy names
when all you can really
learn is a few techniques,
typing instructions and some-
body else’s mannerisms

is that every artist lacks
a license to hang on the wall
like your optician, your vet
proving you may be a clumsy sadist
whose fillings fall into the stew
but you’re certified a dentist.

The real writer is one
who really writes. Talent
is an invention like phlogiston
after the fact of fire.
Work is its own cure. You have to
like it better than being loved.

By Marge Piercy, from THE MOON IS ALWAYS FEMALE 1980

Friday, July 23, 2010

Once Upon A Time

I was singing …
But suddenly I became good with words,
Word after word ..
With no way to return !

Have you ever heard me singing ?
Or composing poems ?
Have you ever heard me crying ?
Or even wipe away my tears ?

You’ll never be, part of me …

I was singing …
And my voice was breaking the silence,
Revealing the angelic faces ..
Word after word ,
And Smiling !

Have you ever saw me dancing ?
Or training my feet ?
Have you ever saw my falling ?
Or rising up again ?

You’ll never be, part of me …

I was singing …
And thinking of you once again
Is there any way to return ?
Cause my heart’s getting so mean …
And it may be broken once again

Have you ever tried to sing ?
Or even dance ?
Have you ever
But I know,
You’ll never be one of thy

Nour Badr
Thursday 25/2/2010
6:00 pm

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


I wante to take a Break from my Internet and Blogging life untill I findes a Bright Idea or just starting having that Suger Rush through my vines, read and start writing and blogging again. Untill that time My Blogges will be Deleted for a while. I'll miss them :( .
I will miss you too guyes :( , Remember me :) ...

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Writing contest judged by Beth Kephart!

"What I'd love you to do is go out into your worlds and take a photograph - or find a photograph you've already taken - of a place and study it for its mood, its lights, its ambience, its possibilities, its weather, and turn it into something that is new and unexpected...I'd love for you to write ten lines or so - or a poem - about this place and send the photo along with it so we can see how your mind has transformed reality into something imaginative."

email your response to kephartblog(at)comcastdot)net

Entries for this contest are due December 30th, 2009. The winner will receive an advanced reading copy of The Heart is Not a Size, Beth's young adult novel which will be released in March 2010 by HarperTeen.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

"Writing like a reader and reading like a writer."

I don't know who this quote is by but I like the way it sounds. You can make your own meaning of it and everything! (That's always the best kind of quote.) The way I like to think of the first part is: write a book that you would read, write for the readers because they are at the top of the triangle (they're the ones that buy and read your books, they're the ones that make it into a movie, etc.), and the readers are the ones that you try to please and they encourage you to write the best scene possible for your story.

The next part, reading like a writer: this is the one that comes the most naturally. If you're a writer and decide to read a book that is popular and bestselling or even becoming a movie, isn't there at least one thing you laugh at within the pages of it? Something that you would change or add if it were your own story? I always assumed that that's how fan fiction started (or because the reader just didn't want to let go of the world they loved and knew).

So what do you do if you read like a writer? I seriously don't know. It's something I've been having troubles with for a while. You can't just email the author and tell them what they did wrong or what they should change. Though that would make some people feel better, it's rude and snobbish and you'd only do that if you were stuck up. It may be hard to hear, but the books you read aren't just your books and you aren't the only one that has chosen it to be your "personal favorite".

How do you understand this quote?

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Happy Birthday (edited)

Sorry, everyone. I accidentally posted my Happy Birthday greeting on the wrong blog. *blushes* Forgive me.