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Integrate and wrapping WordPress 2.8 functions with Gallery2 (with conditional CSS)

Following the upgrade of the site, I've successfully integrated gallery2 with wordpress 2.8, able to call wordpress functions within gallery itself and maintain your wordpress sidebar. This was not previously achievable with gallery1 considering...

A new post on a new revised site design!

Heads up for the new clean design I've been working on over the past months. The site is running on WP 2.8 and I will be upgrading the photo gallery soon as well. Part...

There is not much of time left, or it is?

Well it really had been sometime since I've posted an entry here. Haha to the extent of some of my regular readers contacting me about my absence. Haha yes of course I am still...

Are you really open-minded?

This is a very interesting video on open/closed mindedness. So if you always go around telling people they are closed minded or telling people to be more open minded, you should watch this.

Team Fortress 2: Meet the spy

As part of the series of "Meet the cast" in the uber cool game, Team Fortress, which sadly had saw me playing for a good ol' 10 years since 1999 with team fortress classic...

Guide for applying to UK universities via UCAS for polytechnic students – Part 2...

This is the second part of my guide for applying to UK universities via UCAS for polytechnic students in Singapore, covering the remaining sections, employment, personal statement and reference. 4. Employment If you've have any working...

Guide for applying to UK universities via UCAS for polytechnic students – Part 1...

After my successful application as an international student from Singapore via UCAS (guess many found their way here from a dated blog post), I've been receiving quite a number of questions about the application...

Mizuno Mount Faber Run, 14 Jun 2009

In the third year running, the highly successful Mizuno Mount Faber Run is back again, taking runners through the sights of the southern hills of Singapore. Race Details Venue: Open carpark space between Block 121 &...
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Launch of Dell Swarm

Due to be launched on the 5th of May and the first of it's kind in the world, Dell Swarm by Intel and Dell is an online ordering portal targeted at students and value...

Site revamp progress, right on track

Well, progress on the site revamp is rather fruitful. It started with a rather tough fight to get div containers to go fluid on percent values for a 3 column layout, fixed width divs...

Classifieds impersonations!

I've been receiving quite a few emails asking about my "Ad" on few popular online classifieds sites, such as 88db. Which left really really puzzled as I do not feature my freelance services anywhere...
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Followup of the hacking situation

Am updating all scripts on my servers as I type along in this blog post, there is quite much updating to go, I guess I just sneak an update here. After much investigation of...

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Kyoto city, Japan

Kyoto is chill city in the central-western part of Japan on the island of Honshu. It is a city of history and culture. Also,...

Old Habits Cafe Safra Mount faber

Shibuya Tokyo sights, Japan

Tokyo Shinjuku Musings, Japan

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Covent Garden Kway Chap

Today's lets check out Covent Garden Kway Chap at Havelock Road Food Centre. The store is run by a cheerful elder lady, in her...

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