Ya, there have been many years in the past that have been The Years; The Year of Change, The Year of Action, etc. But it appears that for me, The Years are easier to talk about than implement.
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Today Malaysians celebrate their independence day, albeit a bit blindly.
The Salt Trail in Sabah’s Crocker Range Mountains is jungle path that was used by the villagers of old to make their way to the coastal cities of Sabah where they would trade their fresh produce and other goods for salt and other necessities.
The Borneo Headhunters Hat 2011 Ultimate Frisbee tournament weekend is all but wrapped up, and I think it’s safe to say it was a success. For the last 2 weeks it’s been multiple phone calls, as many meetings, and 2 solid weeks of getting to bed between 2am and 3am. Exhausting stuff.
I was just reading Matt Mullenweg’s post about the new WordPress 3.1, and after backing up the 42.8Mb database (!) decided to upgrade and see what’s new.
I bought my first Acer product in Singapore in 2000. It didn’t last too long that time either.
The Chili Experiment is successful and, no surprise, the chili in the normal earth is growing the best.
Well, after 3 days of road tripping from Kota Kinabalu to Sandakan, we’re almost home. And just in time for New Year’s Eve too.