Well, it’s my birthday today.
Oh, and other than that, I am going to announce the future of GeminiGeek’s Online Journal.
As of today onwards. I will be officially rambling about my life and other personal stuff on my other blog. The link? Well, it’s for you to find out. It’s actually up since April, and I’ve been blogging over there for since then.
And as for this blog, it will still be here, up and running, pinching every cents from Adsense and other Ads provider. I will also use this blog to satisfy the geeky side of me. I’d probably write about all the website design stuff and techniques over time, as I still have to finish my building GeminiGeek’s Online Journal series.
So… yeah, it’s not really dead yet. I could probably turn it into a political blog and blog as my alter ego.
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I’ll keep it short and simple. Happy Chinese New Year to all. Yes, I’ve been lazy to update. I’ll probably quit blogging in the next few months. Until then, you can keep subscribing to my blog, cos I might suddenly change my mind, or you can just unsubscribe it altogether. Enjoy your holidays people. I can’t really enjoy mine cos I’m back to work on Monday.
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It’s the end of the year again. Like any other year, I always do a summary of what I did throughout the year. If you’re interested in reading what I did in the previous years, I’ve actually collected the links to them. Here are the entries I made in 2004, 2005 and 2006. Just a blink of an eye, and now I am in the blogosphere for around 4 years (including the lost archives before I migrate to WordPress mid-2004).
Let’s see. I kick start my year 2007 with nothing special. Seriously, year 2007 isn’t as happening as my years in secondary school. It’s all about going to class, meet the great lecturer, do a little revision, and go back home. Sometimes a little lim teh with friends, but that was just about it.
February was a great month, because there’s Chinese New Year. However, while everyone is happy celebrating it, I was in front of my computer, waiting for my December 2006 exam sitting result. I passed, and I was very happy This is also a romantic month for those couple celebrating Valentine’s Day, but it’s a SAD (Single’s Awareness Day) day for me I am single and available at the moment, and enjoying my bachelor life .
March was a bad month indeed. For a computer geek like to have no access of computer for a month is absolutely killing. I smoked my CRT monitor and my parents didn’t bother to fix it. I only got my new monitor after around a month during a PC Fair. Nothing much happens in April, other than my first TLA cheque and also the news where Miri will have free WiFi across the city for free for one whole year. But the free WiFi was quite disappointing. Frequent disconnection and slow speed. Perhaps the area I was in have lousy signal
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I’ll keep it short and simple.
Merry Christmas and have a Happy Holiday
And that’s exactly the same SMS I send to around 50 people in my phone book.
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I went to the bug fest yesterday. No, not a fest where I see insects. It’s a showcase of Volkswagen Beetle organized by Volkswagen Club of Sabah. It was cool to see such classic to be preserve after so many decades.
I actually went there to see the SPL battle. But the SPL battle doesn’t turn out to be what I expected. I thought they will be showing off their sound system. But it turns out the battle is just few cars running few test to see who’s woofer can blast the highest sound pressure. Or something like that. Quite meaningless to me. Fairly disappointed. Looks like what I am looking for is car showcase, not the SPL battle. Well, the Bug Fest is worthwhile. Looking at the classics preserve until now is something to be proud of. Kudos to the beetle enthusiast.
Enough the crapping. I am sure you all just wanna look at the picture. I have not much to write either. More pictures after the jump
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