creative... | 6:29 PM
The wacky Sec 3s - Zachary, Ming Shen, Edwin, Calvin, Shanaz
It's Monday morning and I'm NOT in school! :)
My morning ritual is multi-tasking between reading the news, checking emails, watching and taping programmes and taking a short nap if there is time to spare.
Then I make the spontaneous decision to bike and blade at East Coast Parkway! Life is wonderful indeed.
The skies had darkened by the time I had my blades on. After blading for about 800m to and fro the car park, I was met with a slight drizzle and decided to head back. What rotten luck!
A decision to check out the new eateries at the former Big Splash led to the discovery that there was no rain along stretch of beach towards MacDonalds!
I parked near the big M and made my way to the hawker centre on my new wheels. Well, they are not exactly new as I had changed them late last year. I was cruising along the tarmac quite a fair bit but the ball bearings were pretty squeaky.
After a succulent lunch, I headed towards Bedok Jetty direction.
This is the direction towards the hawker centre Walk this way to Bedok jetty.
Bedok Jetty - I like it quiet on weekday mornings.
My Salomon blades lying in my trunk.
7 Jan 2008
Gates hails age of digital senses
Touch will become an important interface for PCs, Mr Gates said
The way people interact with computers is going to dramatically change in the next five years, Microsoft chief Bill Gates has told BBC News.
He predicted that the keyboard and mouse would gradually give way to more intuitive and natural technologies.
In particular, he said, touch, vision and speech interfaces would become increasingly important.
There are no Macs in my house
During the questions and answer session he also revealed his own computer habits.
"There are a lot of PCs in my house - over 10," he said.
In particular, he said, he used a tablet PC, a notebook computer that is operated with a digital stylus.
However, he said, he does not use his competitor's products.
"There are no Macs in my house," he admitted.
The complete article is here.
Nothing warms me up on cold mornings than watching the sun creep its way up behind the high-rise buildings in the skyline.
It is a cold morning today. How long will this rainy season last I wonder.