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Migrating From Google Reader to Feedly

Alright people, this is it. July 1, 2013 is coming quickly. For those of you who still want RSS reader as your main news consumption, you can migrate your RSS collections from Google Reader to Feedly. Feedly is kind enough to provide independent, back end cloud RSS service. But first, you need to create an […]

Happy New Year 2013!

The night is dark and full of fears Children and mums are crying in tears But worry not, because Gandalf is here To protect us all in this joyful new year Yeah, okay, stop booing, guys. I know the greeting sucks, but that’s the best I can do. I won’t make any new year’s resolution. […]

Cloud Storage vs Physical Storage Drive

I’m a big fan of cloud storage, purely because USB flash drive or external hard drive is no longer dependable. While this statement is widely open for debate, read through on why I came up with this opinion. Physical storage device, especially when it small, can slip from your hand. Nowadays, many manufacturers made USB […]

LinkedIn Revamping New Profile Page

My favorite semi-professional social networking provider has started to revamp profile page for its user. Still invitation-based, though. Kinda like tile-based page, which remind me of Windows Phone 8 and Pinterest.

“Look Up” Helps You Focus

In case you forgot, you can always search the definition of a word you don’t understand, without having to open Google or Dictionary.com. It’s quite simple, actually: 1. Select the word that you don’t understand the meaning. 2. Hold control+click that word, revealing alternate menu. 3. Select “Look Up [word]”, and you’re done. This procedure […]

Senior Software Engineer, Where To Go From Here?

Couple of days ago, I went to an interview with one of the local IT company here in Singapore. The interview went well from my point of view. But there was one interesting question yet challenging that the interviewer asked of me: “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” This question, among others, make […]

Currently Reading: “Deception Point” by Dan Brown

Hello, world! Great Monday to start the work. Aside from humidity here at Kuala Lumpur, it’s actually have been a great day. So how’s your weekend guys? I’ve been busy reading novel lately, started when I was in MPH book store at Bangsar Village, “Deception Point” by Dan Brown. It’s been a while since I […]