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Blogging on mobile feels like this LolCat doodling

Mobile blogging: so hard

BAH! I say. I tried really hard to blog on my smartphone and tablet. I though I could get the hang of it. But I can’t! It’s just too hard! I’m mostly frustrated by the fact that it’s too darn difficult to copy and paste stuff to and fro the […]

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4G and the city: P1 launching in Kota Kinabalu

Ever heard of 4G network technology? Neither have I. That is, until I found out about a company here in Malaysia called P1 Networks. A representative of this 4G Internet provider e-mailed a group of us Sabahan bloggers to attend the launching of their 4G broadband services on the 13th […]

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Me pretending to drink off a spring in Cheon An Bear Park, South Korea

My South Korea 2012 holiday travelog

I’ve been meaning to blog about my trip to South Korea for quite some time. It was suppose to be a multi-blogpost, but as time goes, the memories and excitement of the trip have waned somewhat. I’ll just make this into one long post.   Being that it was my […]

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Blogging on mobile feels like this LolCat doodling

Must-have free app for my Android tablet: Graffiti

I’ve been looking for a decent free app that can convert my stylus writing into text, and Graffiti is my clear favourite. PalmOS users should feel at home with this app, but for me and the rest of us, it does take a little getting used to. Graffiti has its […]

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Creative writing workshop with Robert Raymer

“Write a story,” Robert Raymer, our trainer, says to the class. I laugh inwardly at those words. This activity is what I look forward to the least in any creative writing workshop, which is why I’ve stayed away from these kinds of courses for most of my life until now. […]

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Disney’s “My School Rocks!” 2012 Sabah auditions

Update 27-Aug-12: Congratulations to La Salle Secondary School, Tanjung Aru, Sabah, for being the grand prize winner of My School Rocks 2012! Have fun at Hong Kong Disneyland! Update 14-Aug-12: Photos taken of “My School Rocks” Sabah 2012 can be found in my Flickr page. Yes, I went. And yes, […]

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YES Hip Hop Academy and Jesselton Street Jam Kota Kinabalu

(Complete photo set at Flickr — I apologize for the appalling quality) Update 09 June 2012: Here’s the video playlist of this event. I believe it was meant to be. I already had the evening of the 5th of June 2012 planned, but right before that day, I found out […]

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WordPress on Sabah Government Websites

I’m re-posting this from my old blog at LornaTimbah.com, since I wasn’t able to recover my old posts into Tumblr. Sabah Rubber Industry Board (SRIB) is the only one using WordPress among the top 20 websites owned by Sabah State Government. The top 20 web site ranking was conducted recently […]

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30-Day Blogging Challenge Day 30: A picture of myself this day and 5 good things that happened since I started the challenge

What do you know? It’s the last of my 30-Day Blogging Challenge! 5 good things that happened since I started the challenge:- I’m getting myself to blog again. Posts in this blog have come alive. I completed the challenge. I… really… don’t… know. . Frankly, I’m a little bit disappointed […]

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30-Day Blogging Challenge Day 28: Something that stresses me out

One thing that stresses me out is when I am bothered by someone while I’m focusing on finishing up something. Like when my kids behind me are bothering me while I blog. I’m typing this out on purpose because my son is currently reading this. And he’s laughing. Even though […]

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30-Day Blogging Challenge Day 27: Original photo of the city I live in

Gosh, this challenge is starting to be a DRAG!! I don’t have one, okay? So I’m stealing one that I found in Flickr.

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30-Day Blogging Challenge Day 26: My dream wedding

My wedding was like any typical Sabahan Catholic weddings; church ceremony followed by a reception which I held at a hotel for about 300 guests. I actually wished that my wedding was more intimate. Just the ceremony, followed by a get-together BBQ with close family members and friends, about 20 […]

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