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Replacement strings

Just when I started tuning my guitar today & before I could get any tunes up on my favorite Good Charlotte song, my e string of my guitar broke.. :shock: argh!! Dang I don't...


Dang I am so awake now, just woke up from 2x 10hrs sleep blocks fromt he last 48hrs. Oh well, since I am very much up myself... lets just recap some happenings yesterday. Literally slept...


Before the day started, woke up at 6.15am halfdead, ate breakfast.. do normal morning stuffs.. blah blah, next thing there I was walking up to chonggen's house after dad dropped me off for work....

Monday blues?

As the day passes with each going step, my driving test on the 8th next month draws closer too. Mmm, exciting... but I should be able to pass on this 3rd attempt. The 26th...

Tutorials up!

Its finally up & ready! Check out the new computer related tutorials out on site at this URL. One more Kit-modelling tutorial to go. ;)

Typy sunday… or so it was

Well, its late now, time to get some much needed rest from a day of writing. Finished the HTPC & External Harddrive tutorial today, updated the old DIY PC tutorial with some niffy updates,...

Tutorial: Upgrading your computer processor (CPU) with cleaning and thermal paste application

This tutorial aims to serve as basic guide for anyone who wants to go about safe upgrading of their computer central processing unit or CPU for short. Usually I will recommend cleaning be done...

New tutorials to come

I've been working on a few tutorials which I hope to launch altogether into the site sometime this week or so, so is the addition of a FAQ & updated tutorial of the old...

Tutorial: Graphic card GPU cooler heatsink maintenance and thermal paste re-application

The graphic processing unit (GPU) is very similar to a computer's CPU only that it is a dedicated processor built to handle the processing of graphic related information with it's own dedicated RAM, The...

Study in Scottland?

My mum & dad picked me up from Kranji camp where I attended the Army Open House Post function with the usual AOH creative team, Zhuang & Karpal (well its his camp). The spread...

Tutorial: Drawing and computer coloured art – Part II Digital colouring with photoshop

Article table of contents Line art and planning your piece Digital colouring with Photoshop Colouring in Photoshop I use primarily Adobe PhotoShop 7.0 for computer generated art and for colouring my black & white pieces, it a very...

NTLDR missing solution.

Heres to a solution to a problem I've been pondering upon today when building my new PC running WinXP home- a boot error from POST after recovering it from an accidental power off during...

Coco Curry Ichibanya

Istana Heritage Gallery

Hans im Glück Burgers Vivocity

Chilling at Beyond Villa Phuket


Old Habits Cafe Safra Mount faber

Old habits is boutique and cafe serving a range of western and Italian fusion dishes with a pretty cool ambience to boot. They are...

Shibuya Tokyo sights, Japan

Tokyo Shinjuku Musings, Japan

Wolfson college reunion at Hotel Jen

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Takagi Ramen Ang Mo Kio

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Wolfgang Zwiener steakhouse burgers

Tokyo National Museum

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