Today is Christmas day, got up in early in the morning to record a podcast. This is a new segment I like to try and see if I can make it long lasting daily recording. The challenge I faced is not having content to say, what better to make up for content with daily news. … Continue reading Merry Xmas and a new podcast segment
I am reading this book about the confession of a media manipulator, in one of the chapter titled: "Trading up the chain" I feel that it threads very closely to one of the viral sensation S-Hook Zehzeh Lerine. https://open.spotify.com/episode/1wrLbPThCgOgZg173ef5I8?si=RIjdwQKhR0-rxfw3KKbsxA By now, I believe that the whole of SG should have known about S-Hook Zehzeh Lerine. … Continue reading How S-hook Lerine went viral
Received an email Amazon about an e-book gifted from a good Friend. The title is Jonathan Livingston Seagull. I did not paid much attention to it as I was having problem downloading the e-book onto my kindle due to the region settings. However, for someone to give a book. It only means that this book … Continue reading Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you
Writing this to share that I have my podcast on Spotify. A Nightly Show, it serves as my audio log to talk about life after work and what are the ways I am trying to get out of the rat race. Love to have your support and most importantly feedback. Questions such as topics to … Continue reading My Nightly Show on Spotify
2017 was a hard-to-explain difficult year. Mom left us due to stroke Worked on a side project: Fieldbeta, which is chatbot build for facility management. Managed to secured a client and got paid 6 months of the service. The management love the tool but it was hard for the user on the ground to adapt. … Continue reading 2017 Rewind
Heard this interesting podcast about emotions. At one part, they talk about death and how the interviewee was handling it. I can relate to this. Mom left us this April. I did not cry. Why? Was I not sad? Did I had no emotion? Or maybe I did not care? Starts now I am sad … Continue reading Did not cry, till now
Since starting work as a regular employee, everyday I ask myself “what if” What if I had done something different What if I had known the unknown -> which is impossible What if I try again and fail? The statement in bold below describe exactly what situation. After you ask “what if” and find your … Continue reading What if
I accepted the fate that updating to iOS 11 beta releases would be a bad idea. Most importantly, it will drain the battery life. So I skipped that since I'm not longer writing iOS code and doing more stuff on the web.
We need the right to fix our own property. We need the right to kick invasive advertisers out of our devices. We need the ability to shut down the information back-channels to advertisers, not merely because we don’t love being spied on, but because those back doors are security risks, as the stories of Superfish … Continue reading iot owns you, no?
We (Singapore) have released a new tourism tagline. Passion Made Possible https://www.facebook.com/VisitSingaporeOfficial/videos/10159211580145704/ I have many friends who joked about it. "fake it till you make it video" "feels like NDP video" Personally, I like this video. Very much inspiring, I just hope that in real-life people are more adaptable to failures. The successful people in … Continue reading Passion made possible