The Necessary Philosopher

Month: March, 2004

Muahahahaha!

FINALLY!!! I’ve got my Mac Powerbook… going to install stuff now… tata 🙂

What Would I Blog About Otherwise?

I’m constantly surprised at my forgetfulness. I kept wondering why my transitlink card was making strange noises as I got on and off the bus today. Later I realised it was ‘cos I had 2 cards in my wallet – mine & my grandmother’s, which I was supposed to top-up. I’m not sure if I […]

In the Sam of Time

Just got back from a walk at the Botanics with Sam… we made it back just as this huge thunderstorm hit 🙂

Attitude is All

Lately I’ve been obsessing over getting my new Mac… I’m still shopping around for a good deal on one and I’m getting more and more impatient. I still can’t believe how expensive one is. Granted that the performance of Macs over PCs for graphic-intensive stuff is impressive, I still don’t think the price difference should […]

Selling Rain

Rain is the name of my laptop, cos’ I bought her on a rainy day last November :p So here are the specs… I’m selling it for $2,700 with everything that came with the laptop originally (ie recovery disks, Acer carrying case etc), so email me if you know anyone who is interested thanks! Intel […]

Switching Sides

I thought I could work in the design industry with a PC, but the stress of converting between formats and dealing with missing or incompatible fonts is really getting to me, and I’ve decided for the good of my sanity that I’m going to (sadly) sell off my current laptop and use the cash to […]

Awww…

I just couldn’t resist a picture of the 2 of them 🙂

All Fleeced Up

Nope i’m not undergoing chemotherapy, and yes it is that cold at the office… i’m wearing my fleece sweater AND my fleece beanie! And my fingers are still cold! The aircon here is simply crazy, and on rainy days, it’s colder than ever. I’m glad I came prepared 🙂

Woe is Me Tummy

I just had the worst vegetarian food EVER for lunch. My tummy is very unhappy indeed >:(

Sheep do it too

Finally, I can point all the naysayers to empirical evidence that homosexuality is not a man-made or unnatural phenomenon. I was reading yesterday’s papers (Straits Times, 9 March 2004) over dinner this evening and I came across this article about how scientists have found that there are differences in the brains of heterosexual and homosexual […]