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Month: June 2009

So sad, good things don’t last. RIP MJ

So sad, good things don’t last. RIP MJ

Twitter, Plurk, Facebook were buzzing with the news of Michael Jackson’s death. I was at first sceptic about it. Hey, a King, or King of Pop don’t just drop dead like that, but he was only human It was only when I linked on all the links (like after 12 hours from the initial out pour of messages) I acknowledge his death. Despite of not listening to his songs now, I still have great memories of his songs. Who could…

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Music Journey: Overused chords

Music Journey: Overused chords

Here are 6 wonderful friends who bunched together to sing parts of 6 different songs which have the same 4 chords to them. I showed this video on Plurk and my camp-mates. Some went wow over it. The 6 peeps are: Jasmine Rafael – Youtube Cathy Nguyen – Twitter, Youtube, MySpace, Facebook Marc Zapanta – MySpace AJ Rafael – Youtube, MySpace, Facebook, Blog Randolph Permejo – Youtube Russ de Guzman – Twitter, MySpace I hope I got most of the…

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Blog of the Week: My Milk Toof

Blog of the Week: My Milk Toof

Here goes the first blog on this series: My Milk Toof. Pictures are a thousand of words. Indeed, this blog uses photos, with the aid of captions to tell stories about two teeth. The author, Inhae tells stories of the daily life of the teeth, ickle and Lardee.Click away into their cuteness! Links: Blog Feed Facebook fan-page! Surprisingly, there is a fan page for this blog. Nice.

Jogathon @ MacRitchie

Jogathon @ MacRitchie

In one of the earlier post, I mentioned about the upcoming Jogathon. I forgotten to post up the details of the event. I am lazy to phrase everything in my own words (my JC GP tutors are going to kill me :-P), so here is the word for word version: Dear friends and alumni, We are welcoming you back to the YJC family to join us in our annual Jogathon. We are also raising funds for college improvement programs to…

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Twitter in Class

Twitter in Class

How cool is it to have Twitter as a class discussion tool? I would not mind trying it out, but that is only if the majority of the class is willing to take part in this experiment. One professor in UT Dallas actually did this experiment, and it worked in a classroom environment. I am curious to see what would have happened if this experiment is applied to a lecture environment. Will it cause a trend with 200 students tweeting…

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Exams are over!

Exams are over!

Yeah!!!  OK. This set of exams was over 2 days ago. I screwed my last paper. I was tired from doing duty for four days. I didn’t know my limit. Now I know better. Still, I could answer all the questions and hopefully all the papers have a pass grade printed on my report card. Anyway, all I can do is to wait for the results. In the meantime, I am hunting for scholarships for SMU. My mum said only…

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