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Strive to help people. That’s the mantra I’ve been holding as I write for this site every week starting 2014. This personal space of mine has grown from serving 100 readers into 400 readers a day. I want to deliver more value in 2015, and I would like to share a few choices that have helped me to push through 2014 with a satisfying result.Continue Reading »
It’s been a day since I started using OS X Yosemite. I love the fact that OS X Yosemite brings a new look to the operating system that sports the Aqua theme for the past fourteen years, but I also hate the truth that this flat interface only looks perfectly gorgeous on Retina display.Continue Reading »
Regular readers should notice something new yesterday; I’ve redesigned this blog. I’ve done several redesigns, but this is my first time writing a blog post detailing what and why the changes are made.Continue Reading »
“Mind your own business! My tools work just fine” is the expression, not exactly a reply, I get when I’m trying too hard while recommending apps to people. Hard-selling is hard, but I can’t get hold of myself from pointing out how they can save more time by doing less.Continue Reading »
It may not be possible for you to picture my writing environment right now. With windows widely open behind me making use of the moon reflection as the only source of light, surrounded by the vast amount of water with limited electricity, and the endless rain increasing the water level, I don’t think many properties are able to survive this flood.Continue Reading »
I followed Aaron Swartz on Twitter last year after seeing several mentions of him on my timeline. I realized at once that he was a person that everyone look up to, mainly due to his contribution to technology at a very young age. He co-wrote the RSS specification when he was 14 which we still use nowadays. He helped to improve popular Markdown I use to write this post. He was a gifted kid every adults want to nurture and protect. He was a genius.Continue Reading »
As someone who check out1 news from major tech blog regularly, the ability to filter and verify the validity of news is important. Blogging is easier with the access of information and the help of technology. One can write a summary of news from the press release or a thread in Reddit without confirming first.
Do people read all those news? ↩
When I heard the news that Sparrow has been acquired by Google, I could only let out a deep sigh as one of the Sparrow user. You can’t avoid being disappointed when you’re looking forward for what they’re going to build into their next release. No one can blame their Sparrow for their decision when they’re offered an opportunity gain more income supporting their family while building a product that will be used by many people.Continue Reading »
Sites I love are Twitter and Tumblr. Sites I hate is Facebook. So from the hates and loves, I get Illusionary.Continue Reading »