Monthly Archives: March 2011

I smoked a cigarette today.

I smoked a cigarette today. Here’s what I’m not going to do: I’m not going to deceive anybody, especially myself. “Nobody needs to know,” I would’ve reasoned before. I could just quietly pretend that today was just like any of … Continue reading

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Thoughts on running, management and life

I’ve never really liked running. I like cycling, and I imagine I’d like swimming, but I’ve never really liked running. I think the main reason is because I’ve never really learnt how to run properly. I’m tall, skinny and have … Continue reading

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Why Singaporeans Don’t Feel That They Belong

IN THE midst of all the talk about creativity and vibrancy and buzz, his question came like a cry in the wilderness. Final-year aerospace engineering student Lim Zi Rui, 23, stood up during the Nanyang Technological University Ministerial Forum last … Continue reading

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Personal Systems 2.1- down the rabbit hole we go…

Continuing from where we left off, here and here! Brainstorming (prototype 1.0): Putting things together (2.0) Refining them (2.1)- click to expand! I spent a little more time playing around with this, putting in all the things that I’m interested … Continue reading

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How to survive when everything sucks, by Alexandra Franzen

http://alexandrafranzen.com/  I am really, stupendously, riotously proud of myself. My business is bangin’, my clients are beyond compare, and the personal transformations I’ve rollicked through over the past 12 months have been nothing short of astounding. Growth, baby. Lessons. Vision. Fantasies = … Continue reading

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Wise words from Stephen Hawking

I have no idea. People who boast about their IQ are losers. Response upon being questioned as to his IQ, in interview with Deborah Solomon “The Science of Second-Guessing”, The New York Times (12 December 2004) It is a waste of … Continue reading

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conversations on systems

on a unrelated note i really am pretty damn exhilarated about my systems thingy lol i kinda get your general gist, but it’s stil a tad confusing for me to understand completely what you’re trying to say i know it … Continue reading

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