How does it feel to be in the flow?

How does it feel to be in the flow? Complete involved in what we are doing – focused, concentrated. A sense of ecstasy – of being outside everyday reality. Great inner clarity – knowing what needs to be done, and how well we are doing Knowing that activity is doable – that our skills are…

Some Recent Ups and Downs (Including Twitter)

Because I am caught in between all the social websites, I am trying to have a life as well. I think the following video does speak some of our geeks’ heart out, well, only occasionally. There are few things I am monitoring lately, starting with Google’s I/O conference with much attention on the upcoming Android…

Dream Big and Implement It

Guy Kawasaki, who is going to Malaysia to give a talk soon, has a good idea on this, but I am not talking about him. He’s Gary Vaynerchuk, interviewed on CNBC on his ideas how he has realized his dream, and how they helped other people.

Facebook Applications – Are there really fewer?

Not very long time ago (about 40 days, as I counted, for I fasted from Facebook for 40 days), there were just numerous invitations of Facebook applications. I could still remember the time when I logon to my Facebook account, frowning at the number of application requests at the right-hand column. Even after I tried…

Fascinating Toys for Showing Off

I bought a 3×3 Rubik’s cube when the retro wind of toys blew on the land a while ago. That little cube reminded me of all the childhood games I played, which of course included those traditional and have-to-play ones like Robe Skipping, Pallets (I think pallets came around first), Ants Squashing etc. But for…

Hi, I am being social again.

I stopped blogging quote a while ago, as far as I can remember, last October or November, in exchange of something called “social life” – drinking cups of latte with friends, going to Holland Village to party at night, or simply being with someone I really like in the same room. That would be still…

Lessons in Life: not that long, not that short.

My mind was filled with arguments about whether to argue about the values in people’s life, and how that is going to affect the person. And in the end, I would not be that nice after all towards things I dislike, though I think being nice to person is a basic rule of living. I…

Walking Tubes on the Beach – A Type of New Life Form

Peter is not a hardcore evolutionist believer, but he is a hardcore believer in art and design. I watched a video clip of beach “animals”(10 mins) from TED. What astonished me was not only the simple material and mechanism which makes the beach animal with numerous tubes walk by itself, but the concept of creating…

Lost in Translation

“Beating someone is to care for someone and scolding someone is an expression of love…” – Estee Teo This translation is so direct, which keeps me wondering if the author meant that way when he wrote it. There is indeed a Chinese term called “打是情骂是爱 (da shi qing, ma shi ai)”. But according to my…

Connecting…Connecting…Still Connecting… !@#$%?

  Imagine having 3488 friends on your Facebook, 1492 friends on Pownce and 4452 friends on Twitter, how can you build relationship with each one of those? Ask Robert Scoble. When technology barriers is lowered, people around the world desire connections, more connections, better connections and more innovative ways of connections, which leads to a vacuum of relationships. There are some recent…

I believe you think I am sure you are wrong

Estee mentioned in her blog: Human tends to looks at the negative and remember than they remember good things. I doubt the validity of this statement in catholic situations, because variations in personality and constant stimulation from the society could alter the course of the human perception and thinking. However, this statement largely reflects the human nature. Up…