Zoho’s All-in-one Notebook

31 Jan 2007 (Wed)

Zoho Notebook, currently in alpha, looks amazing — just what I would want. Hope it’ll be available soon and that it’ll work as expected.

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Steve Jobs: Dropping Out, Getting Fired, Facing Death

31 Jan 2007 (Wed)

Here’s a wonderful speech by Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple & Pixar, at the Stanford Commencement 2005 ceremony. Yes, it is not new. I myself have read the three real-life stories that he told the young graduates about two years ago. Still, I find what he said very moving and inspiring, especially when I can finally hear the words coming from his mouth.

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How would you invest a $50,000 windfall?

19 Jan 2007 (Fri)

SIX INVESTORS told The Straits Times recently said they would: (1) Advertise a website, (2) Buy index futures, (3) Buy growth stocks, (4) Go on the Silk Road, (5) Buy an apartment and (6) Switch to Reits respectively. Personally, I would drop everything, apply for an assistantship and pursue further studies in educational psychology in U.S.A.

What would you do, and why? Just tick one of the options/boxes below. You can also add a new option (by clicking here (scroll to the bottom to enter a new and preferred option — remember to click the box to cast your vote!), or add a comment (by clicking the “Discuss this Poll” link below).

How would you invest a $50,000 windfall?
Advertise your website
Buy index futures
Buy growth stocks
Go on the Silk Road
Buy an apartment
Switch to Reits
Pursue further studies
Buy an artwork
Donate to charity
Get a pet
Reduce Bank Loan
scatter them outside SM’s House and shout ‘peanuts’
Keep for future use
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Insight#1: To ‘Open’ or Not to ‘Open’?

12 Jan 2007 (Fri)

“The advances in all of the arts and sciences, indeed the sum total of human knowledge, are the result of the open sharing of ideas, theories, studies and research.” – Terry Vessels

Open Source logoFOR A LONG TIME, I’ve believed in the free culture espoused by Lawrence Lessig and the open sharing of ideas, theories, studies, research advocated by Terry Vessels (above). I’ve therefore downloaded and consumed (installed, used, read, watched, listened…) lots of free software, ebooks, video, podcasts, news reports, in-depth analyses, research studies, etc. on the Internet over the past few years.

Recently, however, I’m beginning to ask myself, “Do I really believe in free culture and free exchange of ideas? Have I’ve been more the taker than the giver?” Granted that I’m normally a frank and open person. Yes, my work has been almost invariably very demanding. And yes, I’ve been blogging from time to time, sharing new things that I’ve learnt. Still, there were times when I’ve hesitated and held back. For example, I’ve kept my research study (begun in 2005) under wraps on the Net until a few days ago. Another example, I’ve been adding lots of useful information to a wiki on a sub-domain for almost two years now. Yet so far, I have chosen not to link them from my blog. Read the rest of this entry »

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