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Month: October 2009

Twitter Updates for 2009-10-21

Twitter Updates for 2009-10-21

@missylva tonight is especially slow… >.< in reply to missylva # carrying around a complete set of notes and book… Heavy… # @stephietan I thought yahoo gives up on the search engine biz? in reply to stephietan # slight drizzle now… Smells earthly… # @mkpadnama what happen? in reply to mkpadnama # @mkpadnama time to change the shoes! Whee… Seriously, how are you going to deal with the blister? in reply to mkpadnama # Powered by Twitter Tools

[Youtube] Drive Responsibly

[Youtube] Drive Responsibly

Via Tracy’s blogpost (yes, I do read your blog. Via RSS): Traffic police should do something similar to this. (SPF has a Youtube channel!) However, given the nature of this 5-minute clip, I guess it is not possible to be screen on primetime slots on TV. Anyway, this video should be a reminder to those who thinks that driving on the road is the same as driving in an arcade game. I accessed the 2008 statistics of traffic accidents provided…

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Twitter Updates for 2009-10-20

Twitter Updates for 2009-10-20

time to crash! # very efficient… now then tell me need to book in early tml… # New post: Quick Updates 503 # is currently listening to Wo De Jia by Jio Cai… By the way, @TweetDeck should have Chinese language support. # [Blog] Request for song: http://bit.ly/qAJyo # listening to a recording of yesterday Law Lecture… =.= # off i go for my lesson! =.= tired from listening to the recording liao… how sia.. # @missylva Here is a…

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Request for song

Request for song

I first joined choir when I was in Secondary School. It became an integrated part of my life soon. The first song I sang as a choir member was Ad Una Fresca Riva by Luca Marenzio. It was selected as the set piece for SAB choirs for SYF Central Judging (back when there was no common song for all arrangements of the choir). I remembered having lots of fun doing the piece. We did not have a recording to model…

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[IMEEM] AotW: 逢いたい(ゆず)

[IMEEM] AotW: 逢いたい(ゆず)

Also known as Aitai by Yuzu for those who watched Ghost Friend (d-addicts). It is the OST for the show. I can’t believe how hard it can be to find the full official music video of this song. Pffft, apparently the record company does not believe in viral marketing. The song is making waves on the Net. Anyway, here is the 45-second long snippet that is released by the record company (video host: Youtube). And, below is the full version…

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A note to those who reads my blog through Facebook

A note to those who reads my blog through Facebook

I enabled cross-posting to Facebook from my blog a long time ago. I know the readership isn’t high, but I do get some clicks from the Notes there. I wonder if everyone knows that Facebook does not allow posting of videos or any embed objects in the Notes. About half of my posts contain embedded objects in one way or another. Majority of them come from Youtube and even Facebook videos. To save the hassle of clicking on every single…

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Outings

Outings

10th Oct – Outing with Eng Chye, Wen Song and Dominic. It all started out on an impromptu “Long time no see” message to Eng Chye. Calling on Wen Song and Dominic is another impromptu decision. So was walking up and down Orchard Road too. From Orchard MRT, we went to Cineleisure for lunch, back to Wisma for my repaired handphone, then to Hotel Concorde to play L4D (my first time) and DoTA. We had a late dinner at the…

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AotW: Sarah Ekström

AotW: Sarah Ekström

I was away from the Internet for the past 3 days, due to servicing of my defective phone. When I came back online, I found an automated email from Youtube, informing me that there is a new message from another Youtube user, faireset, recommending the following artist, Sarah Ekström. Check her channel out for more original compositions. The video below is actually a collaboration between the two through the Internet. This could be the last tear Falling from my eye…

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