Friday, 25 December 2009


Four months and two weeks. Time since i got employed.

Almost an year. Time since my last post.

Can't remember. Time since the same ole template!

I suggest a make over for the blog. As you might have already noticed, I've started off with a little edit of the template. Pour in your comments, suggestions, ideas, Hello, Hi or whatever comes to your mind folks.

Wishing everyone Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.


  1. nice look and
    gud pic in backgrd..
    * transparency for title img
    * in my widescreen lcd (buah) white spaces in left and right sides.. either the picture cud have fade out on sides or make it bigger..

  2. *transparency? sry,i missed the point.
    *I'll fix it for the widescreen. :)

  3. i've made the image png with alpha layer.. making white area transparent.. try doing the same with original picture.. sorry it looks ugly now..

  4. @jfx i did what i could for now. not that good, will try again later. mabbe will change the pic itself. :)

  5. I never saw the old one but I gotta tell you one of the best I've seen

  6. I like the background image with this transparency, I will improve the left side if you really want!
    Have a nice day! :)

  7. I appreciate your PO very much the article with the picture. Continues to refuel!!

  8. More than 3 months. Time since your previous visit :)

  9. Fantastic blog! Very heartfelt and personal…

    I’m anthropologist currently doing a little study on the blogging culture, and your blog has a special interest for me. If you don’t mind dropping by my site and maybe participating in the study by answering 5 questions I’d be more that grateful.

    If for nothing else, drop by the blog just to take a look...



  10. The Machines of Babel grind us all to bits:

    “"Starbucks is a special target because it's from the hippie West Coast, and a lot of dedicated consumers who pay $4 for coffee have expectations that Starbucks would ban guns. And here they aren't," said John Bruce, a political science professor at the University of Mississippi who is an expert in gun policy.”
    – GREG BLUESTEIN, Associated Press Writer, Sunday, February 28, 2010

    In olden times, a staff or spear
    Weren't optional. The murder rate?
    It topped all other deaths. The fear
    Of states of nature—bloody fates—
    Inspired the law and other tools
    With which to tame our slaughter-ways.
    Like Bruegel's Babel, built by fools;
    Who loathed to give abstractions praise
    And much preferred to raise themselves
    By corridor and minaret
    Above the swords. Commanding shelves
    And astrolabes they thought made pets
    Of stars, they charted course through space.
    Departments manage mobs of folk,
    Disarmed by this machine of arms,
    This tower signaling our cause:
    “Defer to experts. Stay on farms.
    Disarm yourself. Obey our laws.”
    Through habit most still don this yoke,
    But others keenly feel its choke
    And fight against this false facade.
    This normalcy is rather odd.

  11. souds like having a job puts a crimp in most other activities but most of the time i'd rather have one than not.

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