Month: June 2007

Church 2.0

Our church website development’s picking up, and I’ve proposed another new look as some felt that my other design was not colourful enough. Hope this time we can get everyone’s approval and proceed without making further changes to the design. Another thing we’re planning to have, is blogging. I think it is absolutely cool that …

My new HTC Touch!

I’ve had a love-hate relationship with PDA phones. Ever since my first O2 mini, which crashed frequently, to the HP iPaq which I later lost, and finally to my Dopod 818 Pro which compared suitably to its predecessor. Since the revered iPhone isn’t coming to Asia anytime soon, I had to get something else to …

Food 2.0

While on Windows messenger just now, I noticed a URL beside my cousin’s nickname – yum.sg. As she normally does not publicise URLs, I thought it unusual and checked it out. Turned out to be another food review site for Singaporeans, run by friends of hers. I thought the website was more visually appealing than …

Chillout session

This Thursday, I’ll be at Paulaner Bräuhaus having drinks with some of you together with our distinguished speakers, including Jeremiah Owyang whom I first met at the SXSW Web Awards this March. I will probably get there a bit later, after my church website presentation. See you again soon, my fellow “New Medialists”!

God’s work in progress

Got back from Kevin’s talk, had dinner and started working on the new church website while listening/watching some “TV” on Joost. A few weeks ago, and up to a couple days ago, I was quietly freaking out about configuring Joomla 1.5’s default template designs. Yes, the default templates are standards compliant, which is good. However, …

Second last session

Monday was the second last practice session before our school concert. We, the Moon Jumpers, are getting our act together! I’ve got 8 tickets booked and have just invited two other Uni mates whose deep knowledge of music heavily influenced my songwriting style. I owe quite a bit to them. Hope they can make it. …