BakerzIn Pizza

This is the bacon, ham and mushroom pizza from BakerzIn. The pizza case is made of flaky pastry. Very small portion considering it costs $14.90. — Posted from my N95 Lifeblog.

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The iPhone Software Worries Me

I know nowadays phones are becoming like computers, which means to say phone software are getting crappy like our beloved Windows *cough* *cough* is. But it does get a little worrying to get reminded how lousy the iPhone software is. Look at the change log of the latest iPhone 2.1 software, for example, which lists one highlight as “fewer dropped…

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Sometimes Our Gahmen Is A Bit Slow

Don’t you think sometimes it gets a bit irritating that it takes someone, let alone our Gahmen, so much time before they state the obvious? How can it be that our Gahmen, overflowing with scholars, be capable of not seeing something so terribly obvious that all our lay countrymen have already known for ages? Yes, we’ve had nice pay increments,…

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Eating Off The Menu

The pictures in the menu must be so yummy that Vanessa can’t wait to eat off the menu! This is at Fish and Company. Their fish and chips and seafood platters are really nice. — Posted from my N95 Lifeblog.

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MaxOnline or M1 Fixed Broadband

My StarHub MaxOnline contract has run out (actually already for some time), so I’m looking at various options. The idea of SingTel’s Mio plans had come up at some point too. But right now what seems quite attractive is M1′s new Fixed Broadband service. Basically it rides on the same HFC cable TV infrastructure that StarHub runs to the our…

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The New Nokia Ovi Services

Who needs Flickr anymore, when Share on Ovi gives you virtually unlimited storage for photos and videos? Who needs MobileMe when Ovi now also provides syncing for calendar, contacts and files? Nokia’s suite of online services is now quite comprehensive covering everything from photos and video sharing, personal information management, file storage, music and games.

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Cunning Sony Advertisement

I was rather surprised to see this Adsense advertisement on my site. The ad title was “Apple Travel Laptop”, but it was a Sony VAIO advertisement. I immediately wondered, what has Sony got to do with Apple? Sony selling Apple notebooks? So, I clicked (I guess that’s what a good ad does eh, it makes you click through…) to find…

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Moving To New Data Centre

Last weekend, zitseng.com and the rest of my servers were moved to a new data centre. The rental costs at the old place had sky-rocketed and it was not economical for us to stay with them anymore. This was responsible for some of the down time of this site, and partly the reason for the quietness or lack of posts…

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All Systems Go For Singapore Grand Prix

The inaugural Singapore Grand Prix and the first Formula One night race is set to take place in less than 3 weeks. Here’s a preview of the night-time lighting of the race track. It’s awfully brightly lit, possibly even better than in the day time, particularly since the lights are focused on the track, eliminating distractions of the city sidewalks.

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Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus Mini-Review

Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus

I bought the Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus from Comex last week. The 1TB model was selling at only $239 (was $309 the week before at Sim Lim Square). I had planned to get an external hard disk for my MacBook to put Time Machine backups on. Time Machine requires a separate disk to run on, and I’ve not had the…

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