There’s a bittersweet feeling as I write this review. My Pebble Time had arrived on the afternoon of January 2, 2016, just days before I had enlisted into BMT. I told myself that I would publish a review for the … Continue reading Pebble Time Review: A Tribute to Pebble
The world of television has seen numerous changes in the last forty years. From the cable revolution in the US in the 1980s, to the global popularity of satellite television in the 1990s, its functions have been constantly developing. Today … Continue reading What Makes Internet Protocol TV a Perfect Choice
Screen addiction is real, and here’s what you need to know in order to break free. Continue reading 5 Things You Need to Know About the Use of Electronics (as Students)
I am a hobbyist programmer. I like to build small projects and I derive a sense of achievement from building them. I don’t long after rewards or anything of that sort. Simply having a project that works is good enough. There are some things that I hate, some things that I want to tell everyone but they won’t understand, some things that are perhaps, better left to be written in this public letter.
Continue reading “I’m a Hobbyist Programmer, Not Your Tech Support Guy – Rants From a Programmer”
Is Facebook or Twitter Better? Let’s take a look at some comparisons objectively! Summary Facebook is a social media site founded in Feb 2004. As of Sep 2013, Facebook has more than a billion active users. Most of which use … Continue reading Facebook vs Twitter: Social Media Face-Off
When the first jet-engine powered airliner, the de Havilland DH 106 Comet, was introduced into service in 1952, it had a crew of four — two pilots, a flight engineer, and a navigator. Continue reading “Commercial aviation isn’t getting fully automated just yet. Here’s why.”
It is no breaking news that soon there will be a 4th mobile telco amidst us, widely expected to be MyRepublic. As you would expect, the incumbents are absolutely
delighted not happy about this new threat to their monopoly. The most vocal (and most ridiculous) voice of opposition is that of Chua Sock Koong, the CEO of SingTel.
Continue reading “Want customers to stay? Convince them with a better service then, SingTel.”