[Photo] Grand

On Dec 7th 2013, my cousin M and I went to JJ Lin concert at Bukit Jalil stadium, KL. It was my first concert in Malaysia and boy, was I excited! Unlike M, I wasn't a number 1 fan of JJ, but I enjoyed it just as much as she did! I'm glad I went … Continue reading [Photo] Grand


[Photo] Let there be LIGHT

Hello December! Notice the little snow sprinkles in our site? Christmas It's a blessing to live in a country with a wide variety of religions, we get to see the streets and shopping malls light up with beautiful decorations periodically. IThis picture below was the first Christmas decoration I've seen this year. When you see … Continue reading [Photo] Let there be LIGHT


A simple 7-words quote to live by, "Just believe, everything happens for a reason." . For the tragedies and misfortunes; For the nonsensical things; For the people we cherised that passed away; For the poor choices we made; For the ups and downs of life; For the job offers we didn't get; For the person … Continue reading Seven

How to Organise your iTunes Library Effectively

In this tutorial you will learn the basics of how to generally manage and organize your iTunes library with little effort, through a Mac user standpoint. Before we begin, there is a tutorial by Mactut that takes us through the basic clean up of iTunes using the built-in features. This includes deleting duplicates and renaming song … Continue reading How to Organise your iTunes Library Effectively

How to Organise a Music Library (out of iTunes) Effortlessly

Sept 11 is a unfortunate date to remember; my hard disk unsuspectingly crashed on me the night I returned home from my hometown. One week before, I had manually backup-ed all my documents, movies and most importantly, pictures into my new 1TB external hard disk… do you notice something missing? I had conveniently forgot about the music! For a … Continue reading How to Organise a Music Library (out of iTunes) Effortlessly


“.. and this is the end of chapter 14. Please remember to hand in your assignment due this Friday. It is worth 20% in your final examination.” The students started to pack up their belongings and talking to one another as the professor turned off the projector. I closed the book and placed it in … Continue reading Misunderstood