In March 2018, I purchased a Bosch 12 volt brushless impact driver. I must have harboured thoughts of busting it out to perform reparations and upgrades around the home then. It however laid dormant in my toolbox until just days ago when my mum purchased two sets of new wall mounts. The task then was… Continue reading Everyone A Handy One
Automation and its effects have fascinated me ever since I came across the concept years ago. I saw gradual implementation of technology across the various sectors over the years. In the early 2010s, I worked at Somerset and 313@Somerset was a usual lunchtime haunt for workers around the area. One day, I spotted several touchscreen… Continue reading A Future Of Automation
It turns out, I will have to migrate my site. Please bear with me as I perform the migration on my own. It’ll be a fun learning experience at least. On second thoughts, I’ve decided that I should not migrate. It turns out that I renewed my hosting plan with my current web host for… Continue reading Potential Site Downtime
It’s been a while. The “Wuhan” virus, now known as Covid-19, or SARS-CoV-2 is now a global pandemic (“WHO Director-General’s opening remarks”, 2020). Some countries have closed their borders, limiting international travel, and ordered businesses to shut down. While Singapore was one of the first countries to be struck by the virus, our response was… Continue reading Exposing The Essentials During A Global Pandemic
With the Wuhan virus seemingly infecting and killing people far from the epicenter, it might be wise to halt all travel plans for this Chinese Lunar New Year. But, it is a difficult decision for the Chinese all over the world.
A good part of living involves listening to people talk. It is however, not easy to speak well. Talking is communication, and it is a fundamental skill for everyone. People who talk as fast as they think often say a lot of fluff words. They end up saying nothing worthy. So, here are some words… Continue reading You Should Stop Saying These