Sunday, December 25, 2005

Unfortunately he has a girlfriend

That's the title of the song by Niki Chow which I like very much. I found the MVs for this song on youtube, so I like to promote it a bit.

Here is one of the MVs.

Here is another version with Ekin Cheng.

Live version.

Hope you enjoy like I do.

Update: youtube have remove the video.

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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Everyday life

Master Yoda, who have left his blog, Made in Jermany, to rot for more than a year is making a come back in a new blog, Everyday life. Welcome back, Master Yoda. I hope this one will last a bit longer than the previous one. His latest entry, "Programmer", is a conversation between the master himself and his former comrade on the sufferings brought on by the great X-men.

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Time to switch ....

The time has come to switch from Windows to MacOS X, Solaris, Linux, whatever. Uninstall your Micro$oft Office and use OpenOffice. Why? Because Bill Gates had just made the biggest mistake in his life and Micro$oft will pay for it.

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Wednesday, December 07, 2005

kokwai's trails: MSDE/MSSQL on Windows 2003

MSDE/MSSQL on Windows 2003. Another fine example of the X-men greatness and prowess.

Sunday, December 04, 2005

Crappy Internet Banking with a fancy name?

Just read about an interesting OCBC internet banking incident that a friend had experience. My reaction was: "What else can you expect from a company from down south?". Although its not an IT company, but from experience typically you will find that

  • The site will have fancy design and name which only support IE. I don't know, probably everybody down south only uses and know about IE? Firefox, isn't that the red panda?
  • The application is most probably written by X-men. After all the bullshit that we read from the media, that they have a large pool of technically skill resources to take up any challenge; well, is in fact bullshit anyway. Assuming that 2%(just pluck it out of thin air, most likely too high) of their population are skilled software engineers, how many can each company there hire? So how do you make up for the shortage of skilled manpower? Engage the X-men! No doubt about it. They are the best!