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Thursday, November 30, 2006


Last week, on the way out to dinner, I had to make an important phone call. Being the sensible driver, I swerved to the left along Jalan Klang Lama and proceeded to make the phone call... When I was done, I realized there is a loud clanging coming from the front left wheel arch. Like something had fallen out of the suspension or something. Clank clank clank CLANK.... CLAAANNNKKK!... Oh "Fuck Me"! What is happening?

I got out of the car, realized I have hit some debri. It's a 1 1/2 feet long wire that's lodged into my precious front left Silverstones. God damn *&%#$@. Who in the world throws these things out their car window? How the mother %$@ did it end up on the side of the road and of all people, I have to hit it. I called my dinner bud, Serena.

*ring* *ring*
Kenny T: Hello, Serena? Hey, about the dinner. I think I will be very late. I've got a punctured tire. I hit....
Serena: Oh, its ok. We've just finished our food.
Kenny T: Oh is it? Ok...
Serena: Yea... so if we are confirmed with the plans later, we'll call you ok? Maybe coffee or something?
Kenny T: umm... yea. Sure.
Serena: Ok. Talk to you later... Bye!
Kenny T: ????....

I was dumbfounded over such nonchalance... Did she hear me right? So I texted another buddy who's at the dinner. "Hey, I don't think I can make it. I've just got a puncture along Old Klang Road". My friend replied immediately and said he'll come by really quickly.

The wire was lodged pretty deep into the tire. I tried to pull it out, but to no avail. I continued to wiggle it, like a murderer pulling a blunt knife out of a dead woman's chest... Wiggle wiggle and turn turn turn... it finally came out. The tire went "psssssssssssssssst". Great. Totally flat.

Drove about 1km down the road to find a tire shop, but they're all closed at 7:30pm. I changed the tires with some help from by buddies at a nearby Shell station. From a nice dinner, I ended up all sweaty, dirty and hot...

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Monday, November 27, 2006

Supermodel Wallpaper

When I turn on my Apple Macbook, I am greeted by these beauties. Laura Hutton, Kate Moss, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Iman, Christy Turlington, Gisele Bundchen, Amber Valletta, Lisa Taylor, Carolyn Murphy and Paulina Porizkova in a photo by Annie Leibovitz. Everytime I look at my computer, I think "What a beautiful day!"

Now that's a FABULOUS start to anybody's morning.
(Please don't tell me you're using those stock Windows XP wallpaper? That's the unfabulous fashion equivalent of Bata shoes. It's everywhere, everyone probably used one sometime in their life, but it's just so shoot-me-in-the-head-now-and-kill-me-quick kind of a faux pas to be seen in it!)

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Groove Armada

I was at the Heineken Thirst 2006, presenting Groove Armada! F***, I love Groove Armada. They were superstylin' at KL Tower, Kuala Lumpur.

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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Teach Me NetLingo : NSFW

Why teach me NetLingo?
You're internet savvy, you could buy used underwear off eBay and know your way around adult sites. You're even better at emails and blogging, mostly about anything and nothing at the same time. But when the internet is infested with little lazy kids who can't spell, who in turn, influence each other to type jibberish like "NSFW" and "LOL" all the time, the net becomes a less friendly place for adults. After all, every year the world's population increases with 80 million kids, while modern medicine has kept old people living longer... Now you have an overpopulation of kids and Netlingo (not to mention CyberNannies too)!

In this part of the education posts, let's begin our study of this foreign and amusing "Netlingo". A form of abbreviated form of communication that is rampant on SMS, e-mails, instant messaging conversations and chatrooms. Remember, nothing is ever set in stone. Feel free to make up your own at any time. Ie, "Hello, how are you?" - HHAY. Aha! A new word in netlingo, start using it and hope it will catch on like wildfire! If it doesn't, you need new friends. Preferably those who are cool and influential on the net.

What is NFSW?
If you encounter this while chatting, it simply means "NOT SUITABLE FOR WORK". For example
"Let's not talk about the boss now, its NFSW!"

So there you go! You're one step closer towards becoming an even smarter and snazzier web user!

Picture by: goopymart @ Flickr

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Tuesday, November 21, 2006

HK Disneyland!

The massive crowd after a Disney Christmas Performance. Notice the "snow" in the sky!

Queue an hour to get to shoot Zorg and be allies with Buzz Lightyear.

Queue an hour to get photos with Mickey and Minnie

Thursday, November 16, 2006

Watering Hole

"Watering Hole"

Boat Quay - the trailblazer of the Singapore entertainment scene. With an eclectic mix of high end restaurants and alfresco dining and lively bars and pubs, Boat Quay is arguably the favourite place to “chill out” for most professionals and expatriates.

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Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Desperate Housewives Suck

Loving the show since it's pilot episode, I fell out of it as fast as I fell in. The show oozed mystery and had plenty of fun in store as the story unfolded in the beginning.. Now, into the third season...

- Gabrielle is all about her grudge and money. She's a whore who is in a divorce settlement... She doesn't eat sleep or breathe. She's just fixated on Carlos. She might as well have her own spinoff show.
- Susan is an emotional wreck. Yo-yoing between the new British guy and Mike. Like she did with the doctor. Like she did with her husband. Yawn, how many times can you make her unfaithful? Her relationship with her daughter is no longer cute and close. It's more like "i hate you, psycho mum."
- Edie is sluttier than ever. She's sleeping with Mike and there's no telling where the evil will end.
- Lynette is evidently driving his husband further away. And her family is heading nowhere but down... as the show progresses.
- Bree is dating a murderer. Making scenes wherever she goes. Her children are turning into monsters in 3 seasons. Imagine what another season could do to them? Is there anything happy about theshow at all? Is there a reason to tune in? Romance? Comedy? Action? This reminds me of a word I've learnt from the great Broadway musical, "Avenue Q"... a word called Shaudenfreude. Joy in watching the misery of others.

The most important question now is "Is there more to Desperate Housewives than just... desperate, housewives?"

The whole neighbourhood is a disaster after another. There's no reason to watch the show anymore. Well, at least no happy ones. I think the show has lost it's basic charm and sinister humor that was clearly evident in the first ten to twelve episodes. It's now like watching The World's Most Amazing Videos (Dysfunctional Family Edition). How long do they expect to keep the audience interested? I've completely tuned out mid of season 2.

I've found TV bliss in these shows instead:

1. 30 Rock - starring Alec Baldwin, Tina Fey, Jane Krakowski (hilarious, absolutely hilarious).

2. Grey's Anatomy - Ellen Pompeo (Fun. But looks heading to Desperate Housewives way. They need to offer more feel good factors to the show. Christina bores and irritates post-Brooke crisis).

3. The New Adventures of Old Christine

4. The Family Guy

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Monday, November 13, 2006


Let’s face it, using an ordinary condom is a real pain in the butt. First, you have to tear the pack open, often using your teeth. Then you have to take the condom out of the pack – this is a slippery business at the best of times. Next, you have to figure out which is the right side up, before you can unroll it. By the time the condom’s on, the mood is halfway out the window... Not to mention greasy, latex smelling hands.

Fortunately, those days are over. Introducing PRONTO, the condom for the new millennium. The PRONTO condom can be applied in a few seconds. And it’s a lot more convenient to use, compared to an ordinary condom. You simply crack the pack open and unroll the condom directly onto the penis. Currently only available in South Africa. But if you're a good boy, Santa may just drop some Pronto into your sock.

For a demo click on the links below:

Click here
- For A Quickie! Pronto Commercial.

Click here
- For another Quickie! Pronto Commercial.

Click here
- For the official Pronto Condom website.

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Sunday, November 12, 2006


What Is It?
The must-watch feel good Malaysian movie. This is esteemed comedian Afdlin Shauki's first "solo baby" - he's directing, producing and starring in it. Estimated release date is Feb 2007 (possibly in time for the Oscar evaluation). Ok, who am I kidding? In time for Chinese New Year... which falls on 18th Feb next year.

Who's In It?
Afdlin Shauki : Ramlee
Inthira Charoenpura : Siti

Special appearance by
Gurmit Singh : Akira
Awie : Haris
Radhi Khalid : Andy
Patrick Teoh : Honda
Kartina Aziz : Mak
Ben Tan : Tadano
Gavin Yap : Mickey
Terry Gallyot : Hassan

What's The Story About?
Ramlee (Afdlin Shauki) is a down and out Malay boy who can’t seem to hold down a job, much to his Mother’s (Azean Irdawaty) disappointment. Out of a job and out of money, he stumbles across a challenge by sushi restaurant owner Honda (Patrick Teoh) to “eat all you can for free food – within a time limit”.

Hungry and desperate, Ramlee attempts the challenge, and fails. In compensation, Honda lets Ramlee take a job at the restaurant to pay off his due. Ramlee becomes a member of the Boleh Sushi shop staff, along with Harith (Awie) and Andy (Radhi Khalid).

Ramlee is immediately attracted to Honda’s beautiful daughter, Siti (Intira Charoenpura), who is half-Japanese and half-Malay. He begins to learn the meaning of having good work, good friends and family...

Then comes the Karate Kid moment... except this one has more carbs and packs more pounds. It promises to be a big-sized comedy. He will learn of the values of relationship and trust. The plot thickens with a few more twists in the story which, to be fair, you'd have to watch to find out!

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Friday, November 10, 2006

9/11 Memorial


The Staten Island 9/11 Memorial is located along the North Shore Waterfront Esplanade adjacent to the Staten Island Ferry Terminal and the Richmond County Ballpark at St. George. The site provides panoramic views of New York Harbor, Lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty. The ferry ride to Staten Island from Manhattan is free and you get a small view of the Statue of Liberty. Hey, it's free... stop complaining. You want an all-absorbing view pay for the Statue of Liberty tour (which I did, twice!).

Sex and the Malay Mail

"I Simply Don't Get It"

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to read another article.

The Malay Mail sex article that has caused so much furore, is merely reporting the results of a survey. It may seem shocking that the truth about the sexual acts of Malaysians are not being received positively by... Malaysians. But that's life in this part of the world.

It's a complex argument here. Obviously, there are people in Malaysia who like to talk about sex (even if its just facts out of surveys) and then there are those who want to have sex but don't want to talk about it. I for one like to talk about sex (with the right mates), crack dirty joke, say "FUCK" whenever appropriate and I don't think I am a bad person. There are plenty of bad people out there, talking about sex doesn't make you one.

I've been thinking, "if people thought the article isn't good or worth their time... or is their cup of tea, don't spend RM1 on it. Don't read it. Heck don't even go near a newstand that day." There are people who are married and who actually want to have sex, and may want to read those stuff. And it wouldn't kill to leave them the hell alone. If I relied solely on my biology teacher who skimmed past the reproductive organs chapter in high school, I would probably be fucking belly buttons by now.

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Thursday, November 09, 2006


What's playing on my iPod?

Music I want to listen to next:

1. Fuck Me, I'm Famous - double CD mixes by David Guetta (damn, sexy house music makes you wanna...)
2. I Belong To Me - Jessica Simpson
3. The Saints Are Coming - U2 and Green Day (you read right).
4. Easy - Sugababes
5. Rocksteady - All Saints (oh my god, they're still alive?)
6. Irreplaceable - Beyonce
7. Wind It Up - Gwen Stefani

If I could drop a a PIMPED OUT Bentley on a musician it'll most likely be:
1. My Chemical Romance
2. The Killers
3. Akon
4. Panic! At The Disco
5. Tenacious D

Music Video I want to watch again... and again:
1. Gone Daddy Gone - Gnarls Barkley

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Mac vs PC Spoof

"Get a Mac" advertisement spoof.

New Core 2 Duo Apple Macbook

We saw it coming. But so soon?

Apple just announced a few hours ago, the Macbook consumer line of laptops is now upgraded with Intel Core 2 Duo processors. Among the upgrades include the capability to burn dual-layer DVD, bigger HDD capacity (the black Macbook now comes with 120GB), more RAM (1GB standard on the 2.0 GHz versions) and as expected with the new processor, 4MB shared L2 cache running at full processor speed (for both white and black 2.0GHz).

Apple claims the new Macbooks run up to 6x faster than the last 14 inch G4 iBook and up to 25% faster than the earlier Core Duo versions. Judging from the problems I've heard from people I know and personally experienced on my Apple Macbook (Black, Core Duo), I would expect the earlier flaws to be more or less ironed out on it.

The flaws I experienced included:
1. Random Shutdowns (fixed with a logic board replacement, hasn't reoccured since)
2. Bluetooth intermittently says "Bluetooth: Not Available"
3. Unable to reboot when an unreadable disc remains in the drive
4. Macbook would not wake up from sleep at times

I wish I had waited for the Intel Core 2 Duo Macbooks. I didn't expect them to be out so soon! I was expecting them early 2007. The Intel Core 2 Duo (Merom) chips are said to be offer 40% more performance while using 40% less power. But in real life tests, it shows only up to 25% performance gain... according to Apple. Well, to those who are getting the new Macbooks, enjoy that 25%! You lucky b*st*rds.

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Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Guggenheim, New York

"Form and Function"

Photo taken at the Guggenheim Museum, New York. A beautiful, serene art complex that houses some of the most priceless art and sculptures in the world. The building is conceived with great fluidity to the shape, almost organic. From the outside or inside, resembling peeled apple or as New Yorkers say it, "the teacup". From the outside the unorthodox shape does resemble a teacup. Inside, sunlight down the glass ceiling gives the art some life and natural lighting. A nouveau way to see art, than typical dark, gloomy, cold and artificially lit museums.

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Monday, November 06, 2006


"God, Could You Spare Me A Light(ning)?"
Another photo of a lightning that was captured on the Panasonic Lumix LX-1, on a turbulent flight back from New York.

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Pink Elephant

It was a dark and stormy night... I went out to the club with some friends. And naturally, friends being friends... they bring their other friends. For fear of you being boring or turning out to be a no-show, i guess. After hitting the clubs, we decided to stop by the coffee shop for some food. My chicken chop came and I noticed my friend's friends were looking at me and whispering something. I hate it when people do that. It's either you say it out loud like you're a man or you keep it in your thoughts and discuss it over the telephone like little bitches do.

So I said "is there something wrong with my polo-tee? An embarassing stain? A cigarette burn? (god forbid)

"No, it's just that we've never seen guys wear PINK before"... Ahh, this was in Penang. But I'm surprised even people in cosmopolitan cities feel the same about the color pink. It's a little taboo-boo. Hello? Don't be afraid of color. It doesn't bite. Guys shouldn't have to shop in the black-grey-and-navy section. What am I? A fucking boy scout?

No offence to the dude in the picture. That's my old-school friend (literally), Stanley. He could use a little color... but it is true, this is his first time wearing pink.

Notre Dame De Paris

I just got back from the "Notre Dame De Paris" musical. I had a blast. The music was great. Although completely performed in French, and I was forced to read the subtitles on each side of the stage, it was a fun night. The performance was great, the choreography and stunts were quite amazing and the songs were TRIPPIN'. It definitely didn't disappoint (i didn't expect it to) as each ticket costs SGD200 (RM466). Came home, my friend insisted on watching parts of it again on a DVD. Ok, serious overload
of Notre Dame here... what next? The Disney version? Ok, me heading to bed now, before I watch any more of that..

C'est une histoire qui a pour lieu
Paris la belle en l'an de Dieu
Histoire d'amour et de désir...

Note: Picture taken on a Nokia 8800 that I am using. The quality isn't great, nothing compared to the Sony Ericssons. The level of details and size is simply not quite there. I wonder if the 8800 Sirocco Edition is a lot better? Bearing in mind, 2 mega pixel only determines the size, not the quality.

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Saturday, November 04, 2006

Welcome to Hong Kong

"Call Me"

Every business's 15 minutes of fame, in Darwinian Hong Kong.

Friday, November 03, 2006

A New Beginning

After more than 2 years of blogging, sabbaticals included, I've become
rather apprehensive about how my blog looked. It lacked drama... ok,
it was crap, it was full of bugs some which i still couldn't solve to
this day, it took too long to load and most important of all, I just
felt like my freakin blog deserved a fucking satisfying revamp! You
know, BRINGING SEXY-BACK! It looks much better now.

It's got some of my edge and whimsical element. I don't want it to
look like i spilled Bandung all over my page, like the last iteration.
I want this to look like I killed Barbie and her blood is all over my
pages. Yeah! It's still pink. I love it.

So here it is. KennyT's new and improved HearMeBitch! Enjoy.

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Angelina Jolie's Shiseido ad

Angelina Jolie's Shiseido ad for Integrate

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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Windows Vista Speech Recognition Demo Gone Awry

Windows Vista Speech Recognition Demo Gone Awry

Microsoft Vista feature presentation

It's long been known that Mac OS X is the cutting edge of mass-marketed GUI technology. A funny parody (to those who get it). It features the voice of a Microsoft representative explaining the "cutting edge" features of the upcoming Windows Vista. Accompanied by visuals of a readily available Mac OS X that can already do everything Vista can for several years now


Originally uploaded by kennyt.

This is how my widgets dashboard look like. All I need to do is point

my mouse to the bottom left corner of my screen, and these useful

little 'widgets' will appear. Helping me check my gmail, check the top

ten box office movies i haven't watched, browse my CNN News headlines,

comprehensive thesaurus/dictionary when I need it, tell me the weather

forecast tomorrow, convert currency/weight/length/volume and etc etc,

show me the latest movie trailers in the world that's being released

now... and many more

Mac OS X : Widgets

Mac OS X : Widgets
Originally uploaded by kennyt.

I've been using this for years. Windows PC users will only start to

see this on their desktops from next year

Windows Vista: Gadgets

Windows Vista: Gadgets
Originally uploaded by kennyt.

Windows Vista gadgets. Two alphabets away from the Mac OS X term

Widgets. They can't even think of a different name. Too lazy, too

dumb, or too busy, you decide

Mac OS X vs Windows Vista

For a company as complex and as rich as Microsoft, it's hard to fathom why they couldn't come up with something better than what we've seen on Windows Vista. The eye candy, copycat features is just too strikingly similar to those of Mac OS X.

It's not just about the "copying". I use both Windows XP and Mac OS X at home. But I have little respect and have little pride in using a Windows PC. Firstly, its buggy. I feel like I have to update every week with large patches in order for something so essential to work properly. Imagine using a microwave oven that needed a little tweaking every week? Isn't that a chore? But we've pretty much got used to turning on our computer, expecting the auto update to acknowledge another critical update - much like the computer's greeting (you know, like the Windows chime, the logo and the loading bar). We tolerate this nonsense because universally "it's just how Windows is" But does it have to be?

If Bill Gates can donate billions of dollars to charities (good for him), why can't he invest more of where that money came from to making good, reliable and to a certain extent, original products? To think that one of the world's most richest organizations, with it's strong staff count, aggressive company buying practices, rich in resources and influence is not able to (Mac fans pardon this) THINK DIFFERENT!

Instead having to copy the computer maker with a global market share of a little more than 4%? That's a great compliment... but whenever i get a Windows PC, i sleep at night thinking... what will happen next? Is there a critical update that I haven't installed? A new virus attack? Do I have enough RAM to run the next application I want to install? Why is the uninstall software not removing the software correctly? Why why why.

This is what I've been preaching for more than ten years. It's still happening. There's no stop to the unoriginal, uninspired but universally used Windows system. Perhaps it's the herd mentality, safety in numbers. But YOU as a consumer, DO have a choice. You can buy a Mac OS X that works with your Microsoft Office, read any of the Windows files, surf the web and even DO WINDOWS without any hassle. It's 2006, coming to 2007 already. HELLO? Mac computers can run Windows XP, and it doesn't take a genius to do it. Some shops will even preinstall Windows for you at a small charge. It doesn't take you away from Windows completely, unless you feel you're ready to.

If you get the chance, look at how a laptop PC works. While using the laptop, just take note of how the important information is displayed. How many minutes of battery life do you have left? Will you only know you've been using the LCD at full brightness and sapping battery life too quickly, ONLY after you've received the low power warning? Where the hell is that little blue battery looking thing on the taskbar? Do I really have to mouse over it to find important information I need to be accessible on-the-go? Look at the MAC OS X desktop, clean. All the information you need to know is within the desktop. No mouse overs, no clicking... no hidden icons.

You get battery life. You get wi fi signal strength and one click reveals the available network. How do you do it in Windows XP? The Bluetooth on or off is clearly displayed (transfers get a unique symbol), you get volume levels... right where you need it. To eject a thumb drive, i hit Cmd (apple key) + E. With Windows, i hit the green looking arrow that's lumped together with a gazillion other useless icons, click on it... say i want to remove hardware... then select the hardware from a list of many devices... click stop... wait for it to stop... and wait again for it to tell me it's safe to remove my device now.

What's worse? The development cycles. During the Internet Explorer vs Netscape wars, the developments kept coming. Netscape and Microsoft hit the development panic button and was at war to incorporate plugins, better security, encryption and better interfaces.

Ever since that war was won by the guys with the most money and influence... development stopped. That's the Microsoft way. Until Mozilla Firefox reignited that competitive flame. Now we have IE7. But what happened in between? How many years has passed since IE6? It's not like it's the best kept secret in the industry that Internet Explorer 6 has been horrifyingly buggy and had the security equivalent of a mouse trap. But because the consumers had no choice, they didn't need to innovate. Just patch accordingly, says Bill. Great isn't it? Still want that IE7? I'll stick with Firefox thanks. Even then, IE7 has copied the integrated search bar from Mac OS X Safari and Firefox... not to mention tabbed browsing. When Microsoft conquers a frontier, the development stops.

Look at Palm OS vs Windows Mobile. How much have we heard of the mobile platform since Palm became the minority report in the PDA wars? Do PDA's need a Start button? Why can't it be a totally redesigned platform? Was that laziness? Remember the Palm OS and their Sony Clies? At that time, PDAs looked different... there were sexy Clies, slim Palm M500s, cheap Zires, communicative Treos. There was innovation. There was a passion in owning these devices. The iPod, cliche gadgets as they are, are cultural phenomenons. Look at the Windows Mobile market now. Doesn't that Dopod look exactly like an O2? Doesn't that darn bulky ugly geek-chic HP iPAQ repel women and sometimes even men? Microsoft didn't design them, but this culture of complacency and lack of inventiveness has filtered down to the hardware makers.

Windows Vista. Elegant? I don't think so. Clever? Maybe, if you consider being able to play catch up, copying the ergonomics and design eye candy ala your smallest rival, a form of technological feat. For every five idiots Microsoft hires, Apple hires a genius. What the heck are these Microsoft software engineers hired for? It only takes one guy to walk up to the Apple store buy a copy of Apple's Mac OS X. And thousands of developers and software engineers to emulate it? It almost seems these guys haven't got a clue about a good operating system. They couldn't figure out what could be better than integrating widgets, intuitive search options, 'expose' desktop management, mouse over folder effects and desktop animations on their own? SERIOUSLY, what went through their minds when they got the brief to design Windows Vista? What happened to the brainstorming session between the head of development? Were they staring at a Apple iMac? Was it a blank silence? They couldn't work their fat, Hampton's billionaire brains to figure out something somebody else hasn't?

Sell now, patch later - is their philosophy. Meeting pompous deadlines is more important than plugging the holes and debugging the OS, I guess. Judging from the latest beta of Windows Vista, the future still looks patchy, if you know what I mean.

Bottomline, I find little to admire in a company like Microsoft. Apple sales are said to have grown 22.6% from 2005 - 2006 alone. Increasing their global market share from 2.9 to 3.6%. Nothing much compared to Windows, but i'll stick with whatever works for me. Sure, you might want Windows Vista. But you might as well know that Mac OS has done it first, done it better and most importantly is more secure/stable.

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Wednesday, November 01, 2006


Originally uploaded by kennyt.

Now I know what it feels like to be cleaning windows on a skyscraper.

This is me doing the Sky walk at the Macau Tower. 216 meters above

the ground, you walk on a platform no bigger than 1.5 m wide around

the tower, with nothing but a little rope and a harness. To anybody

who is contemplating suicide, well, try this first. It's super scary.

If you've seen the AXN Macau Challenge show, you'll know why it takes

balls of steel to do it


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