Tribute to my Tripod website, Part 1

My Chinese name is Tong Li Rui according to
My name in Chinese character pronounced as Tong Li Rui

I’ve been reading back on the posts that I’ve made in my old website, and there are a few of them that I think would be fun to share with the blog readers. So I’m highlighting some of them as a tribute to my old site, and because I’m just bored right now and need to blog about something. The ones below are just a few from my 1999-2001 posts:

  • Ever get those guilt-making chain e-mails where you’re suppose to forward them to 100 other people in 3 seconds or terrible things will befall you? Well, some one got really pissed off about it and have aptly expressed how tired he was of the whole thing. Enjoy reading his version of “The Chain Mail“.
  • In the quest to understand your true self, why not try the on-line Keirsey Temperament Sorter. I still don’t understand, though. I’m analysed as a Rational Mastermind. Why can’t I be any of the cool Artisan characters? Why? Am I that square? 😛
  • Orisinal built its reputation as one of the finest Flash playgrounds in the Web, and was even featured in TechTV at one time. Its creator is still actively developing Flash games for the big guys like Cartoon Network and American Girl.
  • Get your own Chinese name based on your English name and find out your sign in the Chinese Zodiac! Simply type in your first and last name, select what kind of characteristics you want to be expressed in the name, select your gender, enter your birth date and press “Get a Name!”. You can see how your new name looks like in Chinese character, and it also provides you with the correct pronunciation of the name in WAV format. Mine is “Tong Li Rui”
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Posted on 28 May, 2008 under Life online, Web traversing and tagged with , , ,


  1. Nicole Price says:

    Getting the Chinese name and the link to the site itself has been a great experience. Thank you.

    1. Lorna says:

      Yeah, that’s a fun one.

  2. luz says:

    Everthing we do has its own purpose whether its positive or negative always learn from it.

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