How do you feel when you bought a ticket to watch a Star Trek movie (after watching all the prequels) and you sit in the cinema realising that you are watching Star Wars? Maybe this analogy is not good enough… Ok. Let me put it this way… You’re a James Bond fan, you’ve watched all the Bond movies for the past 50 years. How do you feel when you bought a ticket to see the latest actions of Double O Seven and you sit in the cinema realising that you are watching Double 0 Nine? This is how I felt when I watched the following:
The world is not lacking bad things to report… Internet freedom in Malaysia is being threaten again. Netizens! Come join the movement against those bozos who don’t know how to deal with new challenges brought by new technologies. Internet has been around for decades, if they still don’t know how to live with it they should become exhibit A in the Museum of Modern Communication Technology.
After taken a long leave of absence, positive vibes are back for some action. Thanks to YB Eli, I am a VIP today to witness the launch of the Panasonic Econation Centre, the new attraction in Section 16 PJ.
It’s not a novel… It’s an iPad Book App; a collection of 20 pictures with captions from the trips with my colleagues/friends to Japan a month before the March 11 Tsunami. A dedication to the victims of the natural disaster and wish them well and strong. By the way, it’s free. Get it if you got an iPad.
No being a strict environmentally friendly human being (I know mother earth, I should’ve done better), sometimes I don’t put things to waste. I collected some unwanted paper bits from the office and turned some of it into a box and turned the Nescafe boxes in the kitchen into utility storage boxes as well using the unwanted papers. Turned out to be a relaxing Sunday DIY project at home. Kids, please absolutely try this at home because it is perfectly safe and harmless to help earth to be a better place.