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Month: September 2009

Comex 2009

Comex 2009

I wen to Comex on Friday to get a laptop cooler. I have been using my dad’s laptop for quite sometime and it has seen a very heavy usage from me. Hopefully the laptop cooler can help to lengthen the laptop’s life by aiding in the dispersion of the heat generated. Well, I got it (at $6). Not only that I got another earpiece from there (talk about spontaneity =.=). Comex must have known a regular army boy’s expenditure pattern….

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Run

Run

My sister wanted to run for the past week. Unfortunately, she could not wake up for the morning runs. Later there will be another scheduled run (in about an hour’s time). Let’s see whether she will wake up. Hehe. And oh, I am used to running under fatigue. I have not have my sleep yet. >.<

tweetboard is now live!

tweetboard is now live!

I just implemented tweetboard onto my blog, finally! I had an headache finding out how come the script did not work. I had to ask Amy to check if the board was woking last night. I even used different browsers to try to suss out the offending error. Eventually, I found that it is the Gigya Socialize widget that caused the problem. The Gigya Socialize plugin is still active though. It seems that the widget has to be re-coded by…

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Food – 新天地

Food – 新天地

For the past few week ends, I have been to this cafe for dinner cum supper with my family and cousins. It is off Balestier Road in a shophouse. The food they serve is rather nice and tasty. The decor is unique, given the fact that the walls are decorated with the owner’s son’s art work. The son is only a primary school student! Anyway, if you want some Chinese food, you can try that place. The website is linked…

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Study Tool: Freemind

Study Tool: Freemind

An example of a mindmap generated with Freemind Freemind is a freeware mindmapping tool. It generates mindmaps for studies, which I am doing now for my revision; keeping track of tasks at hand (although some say that it is more useful if used in along with Outlook) and many other stuff. The software helps me keep my mind clear of what is important in the notes, even though the notes are already the abridged version of the textbooks. I have…

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Japanese Drama: Atashinchi no Danshi

Japanese Drama: Atashinchi no Danshi

This Japanese show was released at the start of this year. It tells of a patch work family coming together in order to fulfill their dead (adoptive) father’s wishes, albeit reluctantly. Each episode traces the family members’ life stories, frustrations, and the evolving emotions and motivations to form a family. Starring Horikita Maki, Kaname Jun, Mukai Osamu, Okada Yoshinori, this light-hearted and yet warm comedy will bring much laughter and some tears into the eyes. Enjoy! I cannot seem to…

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