10 days and counting

I was targeting to complete a rubix cube but I was only able to complete two full layers. However to my surprise I did managed to complete a book Out of so many ICTs that I went, never did I managed to finish a book. However this time round I completed one. You must be … Continue reading 10 days and counting

Panic buying of masks is wrong but I’m worry

Our government made an announcement. They shared that they will be giving each household a pack of 4 masks so to ensure that everyone household is equipped should they need to use. One of the main reason that result in this action is because that there is panic buying in Singapore. Singaporeans should never succumb … Continue reading Panic buying of masks is wrong but I’m worry

If you are using Avast Antivirus, please take note

Now if you are using Avast Antivirus, please take note. In this article, it shares about leak documents showing that Avast is harvesting the data collected by its Antivirus Software and selling it to corporations. The documents, from a subsidiary of the antivirus giant Avast called Jumpshot, shine new light on the secretive sale and … Continue reading If you are using Avast Antivirus, please take note

E-commerce 2020

I have been in the e-commerce industry for 3 years, not counting those period when I try to sell things online. These 3 years working in this competitive landscape truly opens up my eyes. We are still young when compared China in terms of e-commerce maturity. Both on how sellers operate and the technology powering … Continue reading E-commerce 2020

Lousy Healthcare, elsewhere

A group of teenagers and college kids were fed up with the lousy healthcare in their neighborhood. So they decided to fight the system head on—a fight that still resonates today.When a Hospital becomes The Butcher Shop | Science Vs When it comes to healthcare cost, I am really grateful to Singapore's healthcare setup. While … Continue reading Lousy Healthcare, elsewhere

Google Maps’ Incognito Mode arrives on iOS

Alongside Incognito Mode, a bulk delete tool that removes multiple places from Maps’ timeline — a running list of places you’ve been — will roll out to both iOS and Android users starting next month, Google says. With it, you’ll be able to quickly find and delete multiple spots from your timeline and location history … Continue reading Google Maps’ Incognito Mode arrives on iOS