Alright, so we the humble “learners” of the day is now home, recollecting thoughts and lessons. Tired as I am, I knew I need to write this down before I forget all about it tomorrow morning. The competition came in a flash and ended with a flash too, but still we went through it, and [...]
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This is it (courtesy of someone who’s damn free): And that’s it. After a good dinner from JB, it’s time to spend an hour to head BACK to Simpang Renggam, fill up the tank, THEN drive back to S’pore, since the journey from KL to JB would almost certainly use up a large part of [...]
Source: paperconsole.com Also, PAC-TXT, but this one a bit more boring.
There’s something about this video that’s very touching. Not just the ad-hoc-ness of it, or just the lyrics / tune etc. something else…
See this: klcityplan2020.dbkl.gov.my The draft is, actually, a bit too high level for me. Maybe they can go down to the specific strategies that will be carried out to tackle the problems the city is facing. Anyway, if you have opinions, you have up to 30 June 2008 to submit them. Here’s the direct link [...]
Recently my right hand started to hurt – I think it’s the excessive use of the touch pad by resting the wrist. Quite sad, I plan to use computers till I’m 100! Here’re some random “lessons” – no idea where it came from but certain looks credible don’t you think?
Funny Or not? Adding to sad joke is that, firstly the cartoon is from a Scandinavian country, secondly the guy is watching football, and thirdly he’s still using a CRT monitor. Every time I see Java (the programming language) I think about its history of firstly trying to be the language of a universal set [...]
Can people who received my invoices please pay up… :’( Warning by the doctor: DO NOT CLICK ON THIS LINK!
This is perhaps the weirdest thing that happen to me since I started learning the English language – the writing in “reporting tense”, or “indirect speech” (“I am dancing” -> He said he was dancing) – as required for writing meeting minutes. I have come to realize that I have never done meeting minutes (at [...]
Source: The Economist. Things are looking good Soon we’ll get rid of the TV muahaha….
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