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Month: January 2006

Saturday Burnt…

Saturday Burnt…

…fixing Mozilla. I installed a new extension, thinking that it would help me in organizing my extensions (Mozilla has a weird design flaw that you need an extension to manage its own extensions, unlike Firefox which has a built-in extension manager), but in the end, messed up my extensions and resulting in me solving the problem the entire afternoon and finally deleting the chrome directory and manually re-installing all my extensions, including new ones that I find useful. Anyways, here’s…

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Old Men Have Way Too Much Time

Old Men Have Way Too Much Time

After today’s squadron Chinese New Year lunch, I came home to find my baby cousin at home (giving me the ‘stun’ face – he always does that to me when I come home) and my jigsaw puzzle completed by my dad while I was away in camp (he claims that doing such will help improve one’s memory as one ages). My conclusion – old men simply have too much time to kill on their hands. However, the jigsaw puzzle was…

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I Was A Point-Of-Sale Cashier

I Was A Point-Of-Sale Cashier

I was a point-of-sale cashier…at the ICA building when I was making a new passport this morning after Sunday’s guard duty. How I managed to operate a POS machine for credit/debit/NETs cards at ICA is relatively simple – I asked the information counter on how to apply for a new passport, and the lady pointed me to a row of POS machines at the side, and asked me to fill in the forms and pay using the POS machines. Of…

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A New Year, A new Beginning…

A New Year, A new Beginning…

Well, a new year starts, and it started off with me watching the Sky Symphony countdown, and watching Fann Wong doing a cover of Faye Wong’s song for Final Fantasy 8, Eyes On Me, and doing camp prowling at 2am on New Year’s Day. In today’s The New Paper, Ian Tan’s article was the only thing that I agreed on in its “tech” pages (this is my opinion of the articles, your mileage may vary), blasting the “in thing” of…

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