Month: June 2003

‘Sourcey’ news

What can you do with open source software? You could collate information for your local animal shelter. You could, with a Sharp PDA, keep track of medical records for diabetes patients. Or you might want to contribute a country dance via XML, which you then view using Java applets. Take this dance, for example. It …

Finally

I finally went to Sentosa after … 15 years? With Vanny and LK, the hubby-to-be. The Hub-be. Ha. Took lots of photos. It was rather hot and sunny despite the morning showers. Now have to work on the wedding site. I finally hooked up a program to my databases so I can edit them. You …

I bought a dress

I bought a dress today. It’s actually a long yellow gown, silky but not so shimmery that you’d need sunglasses to look at me. Fairly simple with a bit of patterns in front. I’m a pretty simple person when it comes to clothes, even for special events. No sequins. Nothing luminous. Nothing that people can …

Busy bee

New gallery on the Singapore Scene. I’m still staring lustfully at images of the new G5, so please excuse me. Meanwhile, I’ll be working on two nonprofit projects soon: a local site for Promise Keepers, a conference for Christian men (as heads of the household) which is coming to Singapore in a few months’ time, …