learning to build my own house So in this very long post, I’m writing to myself that I this space to write what I want and have it design and work according to my needs, just like my house. This week I'm writing my a post a week over at a new place. I'm taking … Continue reading learning to build my own house
We did many planning discussion. We questioned what is the benefit of users after they use the app for a while? What is the utility aspect that make early adopter start to use the app? ... These are all very important question, but we haven't think about how users will find out our app? How … Continue reading build something? let people know.
Yahoo! looking cool again! Earlier this year, we announced an ongoing effort to sharpen our focus and deliver experiences that enhance your daily lives. As part of that, today we’re shutting down a few products so we can continue to focus on creating beautiful products that are essential to you every day. via - Keeping our Focus on … Continue reading Yahoo! looking cool again!
For this first time in Singapore, our PSI (Pollutant Standards Index) crosses the 400 mark. Making this little island a hazardous condition to work and play outdoor.The last time Singapore saw such choking smog was in 1997, when the PSI index peaked at 226. - yahoo newsAs the PSI level rose, our local developers also … Continue reading Something Is Wrong With NEA Weather App
It's time to start again. Launchbyte is a side project with Chris Cai. It's a podcast about startup environment and the tech scene locally. Launchbyte actually started many months ago, but due to our busy schedule it got put away. Thank you everyone who gave us your time. this time we will not failed you We here at … Continue reading It’s time to start again.
This is The Buccaneer a budget 3D printer that’s going off at US$347 on Kickstarter. And I’m proud to say that this is a [Singapore] product, it is created by our very own local startup pirate3d. With their funding round and their success on Kickstarter[^1], IMHO they are kinda of like the Superstar/role model of … Continue reading It’s time to deliver
You see, once you gain momentum, once you strengthen your simplicity muscle, once you feel the benefits, embracing minimalism becomes easy. The more you do it, the freer and happier and lighter you feel, and thus the more you want to throw overboard. The more action you take, the more you want to take action. … Continue reading One Thing Each Day | The Minimalists
I also explained to them that all work would be moving into a collaborative space. I set up accounts with Huddle,TeamworkPM, Basecamp and Asana. I would’ve preferred to only set up one tool but each of these platforms offers something unique that my respective clients needed. via How I Gave up Email and Reclaimed 3 Hours a Day - … Continue reading Reducing the email deluge
Our Education Minister Heng Swee Keat shared his view on chasing paper qualifications on a recent news article on Today. A good academic qualification alone “does not guarantee a good career”, especially in the current volatile and fast-changing economy where mismatch of skills and expectations for job-seekers could occur, Mr Heng told some 300 graduates … Continue reading Work Experience Or Going After A Degree?
Unlocking the power of new technologies for self-guided education is one of the 21st century superhighways that need to be paved. Profound changes to how children access vast information is yielding new forms of peer-to-peer and individual-guided learning. via Sugata Mitra: We Need Schools... Not Factories. Self-Organized Learning Environment aka "SOLE" - SOLE is a term … Continue reading a little interaction to solve the motivation problem of online learning