Well, it’s been a busy two weeks – most of the time spent on either calling vendors, surfing the internet to check out product specifications, and also budgeting at work, and in my spare time, PSP programming and doing the project proposal for my FYP, amongst other things. Its amazing how fast new stuff can come out in times of economic growth.
Just had a major event this morning at my workplace, and I’m glad that it’s over. Somehow the confidence level in IT doesn’t seem to be high, as compared to my previous one – perhaps I can make a change in the coming months. Met new people as well, and they’re really friendly, much more friendly as compared to my previous workplace. However, due to my work, seems that I will seldom get to interact with them…sad.
I finally managed to get my D-Link DNS-323 NAS to run Transmission and Clutch yesterday night, so that I can power off my PC while my NAS box does all my hard work for me. Hopefully this month’s electricity bill won’t shoot up so high.
I ordered a capacitor on Farnell’s website to fix my x51v’s capacitor last week, and I made a major mistake – I used too much force when removing the capacitor, and the solder pad came off the PCB. Looks like I need to spend money on conductive paint to fix it, hopefully.
I’m planning to get an Asus eee PC, but I’ll get a hands-on on the two units this weekend before deciding which one to get – the 901 or the 1000H.
Caught Get Smart last Tuesday with EK and Seansean, and had a real good laugh over the show. The wit and humor in the movie was really enjoyable.