Senin, 01 November 2010

Pesta Blogger+ 2010 Merayakan Keragaman Empowered By Acer

Sabtu 30 Oktober 2010 merupakan hari diadakanya pesta blogger 2010 yang di adakan di Epicentrum Walk, Rasuna Said, Kuningan dan saya bersama teman - teman dari LSPR yang merupakan blogger pemula hadir di acara tersebut. Ini merupakan pengalaman pertama kami untuk menghadiri acara blogger seperti ini. Kami samapai sekitar pukul 10.00 dan acara baru saja di mulai. membeli tiket masuk seharga Rp. 50.000 kita sudah mendapat id card serta tas yang berisi beberapa buku, tas laptop dan beberapa aksesoris lain.

Pesta blogger ini sendiri diadakan pertama kali pada tahun 2007 dan berlanjut sampai sekarang. Pesta blogger ini adalah ajang bagi para blogger pemula ataupun yang sudah senior untuk bertemu langsusng, share, atau sekedar saling kenal dan menambah koneksi. Yang datang ke acara ini tidak hanya para blogger saja tapi siapa pun yang aktif secara online, baik melalui social media, forum, komunitas online dan lain sebagainya. Pada tahun ini pesta blogger di sponsori oleh Acer dan kedubes Amerika Serikat.

Tema utama pada pesta blogger 2010 ini adalah Merayakan Keragaman. Ini tidak hanya menjadi tema saja tapi dapat langsung di lihat dari peserta yang datang di acara tersebut. Tidak sedikit peserta yang datang dari Yogyakarta, Makasar, dan daerah lain di Indonesia. Saya berkesempatan sedikit berbincang dengan salah seorang blogger dari Makasar yang bernama Iqko Rua.

Sesudah itu saya berkesempatan mengisi undian yang berhadiah Iphone 4 WOW. Saya berharap mendapatkanya,siapa yang tidak? Setelah itu saya sempat berkunjung ke stand US embassy, tapi tidak sempat berfoto karena kebetulan stand sedang penuh saat itu.

Setelah itu karena saya masih memiliki aktifitas lain saya harus mengingalkan pesto blogger itu. Tapi sudah menjadi sebuah pengalaman yang menyenagkan dapat mengikuti acara seperti itu. Semua yang datang terlihat sangat kreatif dan memiliki pemikiran - pemikiran baru dan itu sangat menyenangkan mendapatakan pengalaman seperti itu disana. Saya berharap dapat mengikuti acara - acara sejenis seperti itu di masa mendatang.

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Chelsea's highest appearance-maker is ex-captain Ron Harris, who played in 795 first-class games for the club between 1961 and 1980. This record is unlikely to be broken in the near future; Chelsea's current highest appearance-maker is Frank Lampard with 477. The record for a Chelsea goalkeeper is held by Harris's contemporary, Peter Bonetti, who made 729 appearances (1959–79). With 82 caps (80 while at the club), Frank Lampard of England is Chelsea's most capped international player.

Bobby Tambling is Chelsea's all-time top goalscorer, with 202 goals in 370 games (1959–70). Eight other players have also scored over 100 goals for Chelsea: George Hilsdon (1906–12), George Mills (1929–39), Roy Bentley (1948–56), Jimmy Greaves (1957–61), Peter Osgood (1964–74 & 1978–79), Kerry Dixon (1983–92), Frank Lampard (2001–) and Didier Drogba (2004–). With 193 goals, Dixon is the only player in the club's recent history to have come close to matching Tambling's record. Greaves holds the record for the most goals scored in one season (43 in 1960–61). Lampard is the top scorer currently at the club with 157.

Officially, Chelsea's highest home attendance is 82,905 for a First Division match against Arsenal on 12 October 1935. However, an estimated crowd of over 100,000 attended a friendly match against Soviet team Dynamo Moscow on 13 November 1945. The modernisation of Stamford Bridge during the 1990s and the introduction of all-seater stands mean that neither record will be broken for the foreseeable future. The current legal capacity of Stamford Bridge is 41,841.

Chelsea hold numerous records in English and European football. They hold the record for the highest ever points total for a league season (95), the fewest goals conceded during a league season (15), the highest number of Premier League victories in a season (29), the highest number of clean sheets overall in a Premier League season (25) (all set during the 2004–05 season), and the most consecutive clean sheets from the start of a league season (6).

The club's 21–0 aggregate victory over Jeunesse Hautcharage in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1971 remains a record in European competition. Chelsea hold the record for the longest streak of unbeaten matches at home in the English top-flight, which lasted 86 matches from 20 March 2004 to 26 October 2008. They secured the record on 12 August 2007, beating the previous record of 63 matches unbeaten set by Liverpool between 1978 and 1980. Chelsea's streak of eleven consecutive away league wins, set between 5 April 2008 and 6 December 2008, is also a record for the English top flight.

Chelsea have recorded several "firsts" in English football. Along with Arsenal, they were the first club to play with shirt numbers on 25 August 1928 in their match against Swansea Town. Chelsea were the first English side to travel by aeroplane to a domestic away match, when they visited Newcastle United on 19 April 1957, and the first First Division side to play a match on a Sunday, when they faced Stoke City on 27 January 1974. On 26 December 1999, Chelsea became the first British side to field an entirely foreign starting line-up (no British or Irish players) in a Premier League match against Southampton. On 19 May 2007, they became the first team to win the FA Cup at the new Wembley Stadium, having also been the last to win it at the old Wembley. After the conclusion of the 2007–08 season, Chelsea became the highest ranked club under UEFA's five-year coefficient system used in the seeding of European club competitions in the following season, the first English club to do so in the 21st century. During the final day of the 2009–10 season, Chelsea became the first team in Premier League history to score at least 100 goals in a single season.

Supporter and Rivalries

Chelsea have the fifth highest average all-time attendance in English football and regularly attract over 40,000 fans to Stamford Bridge; they were the fifth best-supported Premier League team in the 2009–10 season, with an average gate of 41,423. Chelsea's traditional fanbase comes from working-class parts of West London, such as Hammersmith and Battersea, from wealthier areas like Chelsea and Kensington, and from the Home Counties. In addition to the standard football chants, Chelsea fans sing songs like "Carefree", "Blue is the Colour", "We all follow the Chelsea" (to the tune of Land of Hope and Glory), "Ten Men Went to Mow", "Zigga Zagga", "Hello! Hello!" and the celebratory "Celery", with the latter often resulting in fans ritually throwing celery.

Chelsea do not have a traditional rivalry on the scale of the Merseyside derby or the North London derby; their West London derby with Fulham has not been as prominent over the years, with the two clubs often spending time in separate divisions. A 2004 survey by found that Chelsea fans consider their main rivalries to be with (in order): Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United. Their rivalry with Tottenham Hotspur is said to have developed following the 1967 FA Cup Final, the first cup final held between two London clubs.

Additionally, a strong rivalry with Leeds United dates back to several heated and controversial matches in the 1960s and 1970s, particularly the FA Cup final in 1970. A more recent rivalry has grown with Liverpool following several clashes in cup competitions – particularly after what José Mourinho dubbed a "ghost goal" by Luis García in the UEFA Champions League 2004–05 semi-final, knocking them out of the competition.

During the 1970s and 1980s in particular, Chelsea supporters were long associated with football hooliganism. The club's "football firm", originally the Chelsea Shed Boys, now known as the Chelsea Headhunters, were nationally notorious for violent acts against hooligans from other teams, such as West Ham United's Inter City Firm and Millwall's Bushwackers, both during and after matches. The increase in hooliganism in the 1980s led chairman Ken Bates to propose erecting an electric fence to deter them from invading the pitch; the proposal was rejected by the GLC. Since the 1990s there has been a marked decline in crowd trouble at matches, as a result of stricter policing, CCTV in grounds and the advent of all-seater stadia.

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