Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Sounds fantastic. Hiking is absolutely awesome, especially if you can find rock pools or similar and go swimming at the end of the hike.

Swimming of course may be cold as Marc mentioned.

Monday, June 28, 2004

how about we drive somewhere and then go hiking as one of the activities?

Instead of a road trip, perhaps we could go hiking. Time to get off our arses and do some excercise before we turn into that guy in Supersize Me.

Sunday, June 27, 2004

I mentioned the Colo River before - one of NSW largest freshwater tributries. Went there ~5 years ago.

The water is clean enough to drink straight out, but it might be too cold to swim about in it now. You can check it out on google or something.

Saturday, June 26, 2004

is anyone interested in going on a mini road trip in this upcoming break?
it will be for a few days, to somewhere close (read within nsw).

all other things are undecided.
kwong and i are the only ones in on it at the moment.
we also need one or two more people on the planning committee.

James doesn't believe in BitTorrent ;)

Haha don't be surprised at a thorough checking out and lengthy delay in your boarding the plane. Just like Scott when he picked up Eric's bag for him in HK and customs found scissors or a knife XD

Dear wonderful bloggers,

I will be leaving on an air plane very soon on a family holiday. Three days in China then three weeks in none other than the United Infidel States of America. Will be back on the 21st of July.

Due to operational difficulties, my IONized wife and I will not be meeting during this trip.

Hope you all have a wonderful holiday, replenish much needed energy and create a juicy star season. To whose with more ambitious plans, all the more power to you!

Until then,
au revoir.

PS. If I die in a terrorist attack, I forgive them in advance; they are not terrorists - they are servants of God.

Friday, June 25, 2004

http://www.boxtorrents.com/Browse/OST/K/

james wang I belive this link to be to you taste
Thats K for Kare Kano OST

Cheers busu,

Thursday, June 24, 2004

Hah sounds like a good idea Yi :)

Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Lol, i was gonna make mention of that

normally a low bitrate mp3 restricts an artist's expressive capabilities by cutting out his/her top and bottom vocals.. but i think it's a blessing in this case.

Speaking of free time, stay on this page for a coupla seconds to wait for it to load....

Hrmm...nm didn't work. Easy Listening

You have too much free time now ur exams are over :P

posts on this blog on monday 7 september and tueday 8 september, 2003.
read it from the bottom up.


especially the tooth fairy.
posted by john at 11:51 PM


Does that include the tooth fairy?
posted by Raaa at 11:33 PM

i say this again: girls are evil.
posted by john at 11:16 PM

Monk proof buwet
posted by Butters at 10:18 PM

I'm getting sick of seeing all this spam mail in my hotmail about increasing my penis size and reducing my debt. My penis size can only get so large and my debt can only reduce as far to 0...
posted by Butters at 6:40 PM

sense making overwhelming!!
posted by john at 10:17 AM

OH Mickey you're so fine,
you're so fine
you blow my mind
hey mickey! hey mickey!
posted by Bonobo at 1:08 AM

:: Monday, September 08, 2003 ::

mah fellas!
posted by Raaa at 11:31 PM

You Gangstah, j00.
posted by Butters at 11:23 PM

Should use 'j00'.
posted by Raaa at 11:17 PM

you book reminder you.
posted by john at 10:52 PM

That reminds me of a book:


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The next planet was inhabited by a tippler. This was a very short visit, but it plunged the little prince into deep dejection.

"What are you doing there?" he said to the tippler, whom he found settled down in silence before a collection of empty bottles and also a collection of full bottles.

"I am drinking," replied the tippler, with a lugubrious air.

"Why are you drinking?" demanded the little prince.

"So that I may forget," replied the tippler.

"Forget what?" inquired the little prince, who already was sorry for him.

"Forget that I am ashamed," the tippler confessed, hanging his head.

"Ashamed of what?" insisted the little prince, who wanted to help him.

"Ashamed of drinking!" The tipler brought his speech to an end, and shut himself up in an impregnable silence.

And the little prince went away, puzzled.

"The grown-ups are certainly very, very odd," he said to himself, as he continued on his journey.


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Extract from Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupéry.

posted by Butters at 9:02 PM


Things are the way they are right now because if it weren't, then things wouldn't be the way they are.
posted by Aidan Pryde at 8:08 PM

Zug-Zug
its Spain, how ya'll doin, and why the fuck was spain and spaniard taken up on the blogger... sux0rs...
posted by Adrian Valacos at 10:43 AM

I cant stop midis (easily) in Opera! AAAHHH!

Hey marc, add a little music bar or something to the blog so you can choose the bg music! or at least randomize the midis on every page-load

hmm, I wonder.. if you change your nick to a cgi script, every time you post, would the script run? (given proper parameters and all)
posted by Ice Kachang at 1:13 AM

the funny (or sad) thing is, my first exam is tomorrow and my last exam is 12 days away.

hey, maybe we can dig out the Moon and build the Opti-Arecibo there. we can build it on the dark side of the moon, so no light polution will ever get to it. however, there needs to be a lens cap, otherwise when it faces the Sun, the light might burn through the Moon or the mirror that we are focusing the light on..

Surely lil ol' me could not have sparked such furious and frantic conversation all of a sudden; exams are over for many, I presume? :)

Hahah an optical scope the size of the Arecibo?
I laff at your optimism, for the Arecibo is so big that it's built into the ground and requires helicopters bouncing waves off everywhere to make it work! :)

hahaha butters

But yes, it hasn't yet started testing in for the Xprize. Just an initial space flight.

Ahh John, I'd definitely come back to Australia. My plane ticket and the whole being-a-fugitive-thing requires me to. :( Hah but seriously miss j00 guys.

LOL@Charlie comment

Too much of anything is nothing, but we always strive for more things.

A question:

How many sides does a circle have?

lol no you're not yi, although i did start copying the text to notepad.

ahh this is much better, even if not as aesthetically pleasing.

Tuesday, June 22, 2004

Haha okay. I'll change it back coz I dunno how to stretch the picture to fit using the blog template.

c'mon john, you are one of the few people that'll laugh at the joke about the girl on the swing with no arms. :P

oh and sorry for any misleading info i gave.
the SpaceShipOne run just completed does NOT qualify for the X-Prize yet. the X-Prize requires you to carry 1 pilot and 2 passengers (but a consession has been made and system components that weigh as much as 2 passengers will also quality.. and insert john's argument against fat people here. :D). and if you watched SBS news, it gave an uncharacteristic error and reported that it was qualifiable.

also, the flight was not trouble-free and here is a link for a little bit of detail of the problems.

oh and also, i'd highly recommend the background to be changed..
am i the only one who now highlights the posts before i read them?

pffft yi, i'm not the most sadistic person here, we all know who that is... tsk tsk.
and no, i don't find that funny at all.

if we can see into the past with massive telescopes pointing into space, then can we look into the future with the same telescopes pointing into the centre of the earth? why not?

sorry jono, haven't had the chance to reply to your worst experience post yet.
yeah i asked that mainly cause you've just been saying how good things are, but also to remind you about australia so you would actually come back, to prove james wrong =P

interesting what you said about conspicious consumption and the differences, between two relatively close lifestyle-wise countries. you'd imagine people from other third world countries to have similar views as you coming to australia.
charlie should be able to tell you more about that.

*cough* and from lawyers and politicians, scum will finally culminate into...software engineers :)

but for the cool $10 million dollar X Prize, they have to do it again within a fortnight... :)
gosh, wouldn't mind taking a look at the beautiful scenery up in space.
but it won't beat the ISS...
in the best case scenario from the ISS, you'd have an optical telescope the size of the Arecibo radio telescope showing you pictures from when the universe was only a few million years old. of course, with something that big, you'll notice the dust spec in the initial ball of fire, that was the early universe, and of course, it was that dust spec that led to scum of the earth, lawyers, politicians, and maybe atheists. :D

Indeed today history has been made.

And so the era for the privatisation of suborbital space flight is on its way.

Monday, June 21, 2004

this is a little old but some of you might be interested..
Ford SportKa commercial.
bird
cat

actually, they never made it out of the doors... so let me rephrase:
concept Ford SportKa commercial that Ford has denied any connections with. blamed it on the advertising agency.

I didn't see the clip before because I was too busy getting screwed over by an exam.

It must have been tonnes worse than it looked coz the camera was slow and was skipping frames making it look a lot softer than it was I have to admit cause they were seriously doing like tekken moves with coupled fists and using chairs like WWF style...

I've been victim myself in an isolated incident a long time ago in high school, partially provoked by me I have to admit, but the other person was more of an asshole than me (back then of course ^^) so he decided to resort to violence. There was nothing like gang bashings in my school though. Because it was a private school, I'm sure there would have been an outrage.

Was there anything that bad in NSB?

Strangely enough, it makes me want to download Linkin Park songs.....O.o

just wanted to spur some conversation. :)
some of the bullies in that HK school has been punished.
if you search for "chinese getting beaten at school", google will return some links with discussions on that video. but i think the more horrific thing is some.. actually, a lot of people find that video funny and enjoyable.
i don't think the most sadistic person in our group, will find that funny... (i hope to be proven right john! :P)

oh and if you want to make a quick buck, go to blogger.com, sign in with your username, and on the right, they should be asking you if you want to sign up for Gmail. click "Yes, please" then save the link to the "Sounds Good!" button. that link, can be sold for a few bucks on ebay. :)

Course survey, CS3111

7. Are there any suggestions to improve the course?

If Kai steals Ken Robinson's lecture notes on B, why doesn't Ken Robinson just teach 3111 himself?

Ha...as a rough but roughly serious poll, anyone interested and somewhere in the vicinity of affording a short trip to Southern Africa sometime around Jan/Feb next year? You'd be talking a few thousand dollars...ho hum

Don't you hate it when the Formula 1 is one hour away from you. Today. And you have no tickets because they cost $100 and you planned badly.

Ok Marc, sounds good. Will ship it off tomorrow and let you know the details.

As for the video, let me get my baseball bat. Bring it on you topless piece of shat.
Incidentally, now that it's presumably all over the internet, I wonder where those little bullies have ended up...

What a bunch of wusses, and I don't mean those getting bullied. If they think they're so 'strong', why not pick on someone their own size, and do it alone?! My heart goes out for the victims, and though I do not condone 'an eye for an eye', no sympathy for the bullies if they are to one day killed by their 'psychopath' class mates. Wtf is the guy doing with the camera!? It's like seeing someone on the brink of death and not calling 000 but rather take a closer look.

hmm yi... double you tee eff?

Sunday, June 20, 2004

.

Oh, I didn't see that post, must have been unpublished at the time.

Yeah that'll be good thanks. Save some costs that way :)

Hah, Marc?

How much work do those people get done? Especially those guys who were in business shirts. Unlimited potential for productivity

Marc, as for your shirt, my friend Joel is sending a package to his friend in Maroubra who lives pretty close to campus. If I send my shirt with his package, do you think you could pick it up from her?

Her name's Yael and I can give you the address if you want. Tell me soon because Joel's sending his package off in 1.5 days

Saturday, June 19, 2004

good point.
but anymore processing power devoted to pen spinning will surely equate to less.. everything-else-power.
:D

Come on Yi, you're not going to pretend you don't spin the
fuck out of your pens and drop them anywhere as it is now. =P

spun out?

and i hate to be one of those guys/girls.

all your brain power wasted on spinning pens while your exam paper is empty.
:D

this is what i've been for the past few weeks. =)

Sure you've all heard of the X-Prize - $US10m competition for the cheapest privatised launch system to send people into space twice in two weeks.

Scaled Composites' SpaceShipOne is good to go.

Anyone care to fly me back to the Mojave Desert?

1280 x 800, best my notebook can go. 1600 x 1200 is ideal for readability and real estate, or the equivalent 1680 x 1050 on widescreen I think.

Ahh Yi. Very good.
:)

1600*1200

i am working on a little piece of java code (or two.. unless i can figure out how to use fork) that will allow multiple computers to play in a game of starcraft behind a router... yes. that's keeping me busy.

This is gay. Got a new 17" LCD and now that I can have 1280*1024, the background picture must conform to 1024*768...James!

Quick Poll, what resolutions does everyone use?

Haha that consumerism point about wide and unnecessary choice sounds like an article I used in HSC English for change.

I went to the US for a week like 8 years ago to go to LA and Anaheim. I ate so much fast food that I chunked in, I think it was, 3 days. Thats why I swore off Maccas.

Speaking of which, lets watch Supersize me!! SUPERSIZE ME!!!!

It never freakin rains anymore...wtf?

This wasn't Weiming's get together, this was yours and Kwong's birthday :P

Hah interesting that your first question is about my worst experience in the US.
Is that because I've just been saying how good everything is? ^^

Priorities priorities: the damn expensive ass domestic air fares. You can't go anywhere with spending $150 USD in low season and $300+ at peak! (which somehow is always the only time you're free to travel).

Roughly speaking though, what's made America so good at being America, what's made them a world power, is also probably encouraging a loss of contact with the things that matter most in life. In other words, the intense rate of productivity which mind controls most of the nation, the desperate want for improvements in the standard of living, to have the most advanced technology and the most convenient lifestyle where everything is at the click of a mouse is the same bug that encourages lazyness, and a reliance on all things physical.

Who really needs 600 channels on cable TV? We have cable TV all over campus, and there is so much trash on TV that sucks you in to watching so many hours, when you could really be doing stuff that's more useful. Even if it's just bumming and sleeping (a luxury of life that seems taken very much for granted too, here). For the first few weeks at the apartment here we just sat and watched TV all day long. Day...after day...after day. Then the TV moved out with one of the girls so we have no TV in the lounge, which is great.

So now I do tango instead. :)

Everything's at the click of a button, everything's delivered to your door when you buy items; takeaway food always has completely free delivery (at least at Purdue and in New York).

Another thing you'll notice here is there's also a saturation of everything. By this I'm referring to the sheer number of goods (and services) you can choose from. Rarely is there one vending machine sitting alone - more often there's 5 grouped together, everywhere you go. The supermarket may be the best example - they are so big because they have entire aisles devoted to a single food item. Breakfast cereals. Soft drinks. Ice creams. Types of meat. Shopping for food takes so long due to the sheer choice; flattering at first but is it really necessary? How many people actually want to have their eyes and mind boggled at the volume of stuff available?

There are drive through ATMs. You don't even need to get out of your car to get money. Printing on campus is completely free - black and white, as well as color. So you ask, 'how can it not be abused'? It's the midwest. :)

The car is a life support system here. You cannot get around otherwise, unless you walk or catch 3 different buses. Or pay a $300 airfare. Public transport is pretty terrible except in the biggest cities like New York, and random bursts of population like at Purdue, where the buses virtually only exist because we do.

Ha. But that said of course, living here can be pretty awesome. Hey hungry, just go to campusfood.com and you'll have something to eat at your door pretty quick. Don't worry you won't be bored, you always have the TV and if not just take the car and grab a DVD from across town.

That is of course, only if you have a car. and a TV. and you like fast food. We have neither, and you can only live on fast food for so many days a week.

:)

So yeah, the biggest pro may also be the biggest con. The border is when the convenience gets abused, and in the future, well, who knows where things may lead.

Fortunately, the U.S. also has some amazingly gorgeous scenery for the outdoor types who prefer to get in touch with the inner them, if that means much to you. Personally though, I can't imagine working and living in New York, say. The midwest is pretty good here.

:)

Anyway, crap, off to tango.

Friday, June 18, 2004

not sure about the others, but i have been doing exams. those bloody things. luckily i finish tomorrow and last assignment due on the 22nd. then i'm home free.

charlie, being a fellow macca citizen, is in the same boat. was cramming with him at uni yesterday and he said he hasn't been online in a week.

conversation sparks more posts, rather than just randomness. so jono, what's the worst thing you've come across in your experience in the states?

I don't believe you James, you'll be in DC from 7-8 July? We'll miss each other by ONE DAY??? What are the cosmic chances of that.

You have 5 days in Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon, very good.

Maybe, I didn't research the figure ^^

I always guessed it around 400. Haha, so for exaggeration purposes I wacked in a few more. Still, I was within 66% of the range XD

Correct you are:

http://www.census.gov/main/www/popclock.html

Sorry for the picture spamming, but 'thas been quite some time since a lot of people have posted.

Charlie? Kwong? JOHN?!

Well when I saw this flower in San Francisco it reminded me of Charlie.

FLOWER POWER


Hey Confusion. I keep trying to scroll down to see the rest of the background picture.

:D

And correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the Population of the U.S. around...286,196,812 as of 2000?

i.e. 290 mil :)

500 mil is b33fy dude


ahh nice photo, Weiming's get together. w00t

and there goes another hard days' work.

toodle-oo boys

Thursday, June 17, 2004

MUHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

I tried to find a photo with everyone in it, but this is as close as it gets. Lets take a photo sometime in the holidays with the whole crew. We can photoshop Jono in.

Oooh Shirt!

Maybe I can arrange something with James if you're meeting up with him.

If a country like ours is going through drought with only 18m people, its hard to imagine how much water flows through the US with a population of around 500m...

Just realised I have one less day to study for property coz I accounted for the days incorrectly. Don't you just hate it when you do that?

Furthermore: Uni, Wed 6pm, Completely dark, Stuvac, No people, in Labs alone (avoiding peak hour traffic, scary...

VX Nerve Gas? In one of these towers here Jam-











Unfortunately, didn't see the communal bathroom section where the first massacre occurs.
There's a big communal bathroom, but didn't look like the one in The Rock.
:)

And a touch of SFO-

_____


6 sisters - Mrs. Doubtfire and Full House filmed here, with downtown SFO in background

Sounds like a good move dude, let me know your travel plans by email or something as soon as you can. Needa book any airfares and so on fairly advanced.


As for my online presence, since we've moved into the apartment, one of the girls that moved out took the wireless router and cable modem with her. So we bought another router and modem from someone but instead of subscribing to the expensive service again, Chelsea (roommate) decided that we can leech from our neighbours, which we do now. It's okay because this entire building's occupants are from the same sorority house so all the girls know each other, but our neighbours' connection is kinda crap even though it's broadband.

So in short, our connection keeps dropping out. It's okay for surfing the net and so on, because you can just refresh, but when people send me messages on instant messenging, I may not get it, and as John once pointed out, I keep popping on and offline. So it's a hassle to keep them open (yes, "them", i.e. ICQ, MSN AND AIM - AIM = American standard for Instant messenging). Not a hassle for me, but for everyone who sees me on and offline all the time.

So the only time I'm online is when I'm right on campus with the Purdue wireless service everywhere, and that means I'm online in the daytime, which is early morning for you (like right now).

If you need to contact me, send me an email (journalist_lee or jonlee23@yahoo.com, or lee135@purdue.edu).
I check the purdue one the most often, and the yahoo accounts just increased from 6 to 100MB free storage now so that rocks.

Oh and Marc , your shirt has arrived, it'll fit you. Long sleeve.
I'll see how I may be able to get it to you, direct international mailing is pricey, maybe I could get it to James. Or I may be able to fit it in an envelope and send it like that. Will see.

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

The new William Hung album is critically acclaimed. Includes "She bangs", "Can you feel the love tonight" and his recent hit "YMCA". Get your copy today.

So John, where're the VX rockets?!

I can't wait to go to New Work cauz' "I want to go shopping!<>
"Well me too, but we an't going anywhere cause this is a *traffic jam*"!

Tell you what John, I'll send you my travel plans (it's a family trip) and we'll
see what can happen from there.

You're never online nowadays - what's the deal?

Happy Jam.

B.S. Factorial!

Rock on, I'd love to be able to make it.
Grrr.
Domestic airfares in the U.S. are bloody expensive, plus the fact I'm going major travelling already (2 weeks along the West Coast for USD 1600 plus DC for July 4 Independence Day celebrations (budgeting USD 400 max) plus maybe even Florida in August for a week.

MONEYYYYYYY

:)

Goin with family? How Long are we talking?

SFO for July 4 celebs will rock too.

Beware SFO can still be pretty cool at night time, bring a jumper.

Definitely check Pier 39 (tourist haven but you've never seen so many sea lions inhabiting one area naturally) and professional buskers.

Catch a cable car for $3 (the oh-so-SFO ones climbing up steep hills).

There are craploads of different types of transport in SFO and they're all confusing as they sound the same - they have normal buses, electric buses which are connecting to overhead cables, trams, cable cars and then there's the train system, affectionately named BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit - it's expensive!).

And of course, lest we forget...
...The Rock.
:)

I'll be in San Fransisco in the beginning of July. Visit me John~!

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

penny and sue owned adjoining pieces of old system land on a hill. penny owned the property on the top side of the hill and sue owned the property on the bottom side. to avoid problems with pumping stormwater uphill penny asked sue if she could run a pipe underground downhill, through sue's property and into the drain in the streets below. penny offered to pay sue $100 for the inconvenience. sue agreed and she had her brother brian draft up a deed to record their agreement. the deed was never registered.

some months later sue spoke to penny about the sunlight that she was receiving from the upside of the hill. because of the nature of the valley in which they ived the sunlight only reached sue's property via penny's place. sue was concerned that penny might let her trees on the property grow so high that they would block out the sun leaving her permanently in shade. penny agreed that she would allow sue to continue to receive the light. penny promised to keep the trees in good order and lop them when the need arose. as a sign of goodwill sue gave penny $100. sue also told penny that she could use her new swimming pool whenever she wished.

23 years passed without incident but in the following year peny died of spontaneous combustion. her son michael became the owner but he did not have a good relationship with sue. one day he left a chocolate bar floating in the pool. sue, fearing the worst, ejected him from the pool and told him never to return. michael has refused to trim the trees and will not let sue into the property. sue has blocked the pipe with a tennis ball.

what are the parties' rights and duties? what if the properties involved were torrens title land?

property law humor. ha-ha.

John,
Troy is not even half of Gladiator.
I watched it with Yi many weeks ago! slowbie haha

You guys seen Troy yet?

(It's another Gladiator)

Was absolutely awesome.

:)

You gotta catch it (James, Kwong, Yi, Benny etc).

Ha you bet Jim. I sure do.

Well, holidays are over and summer school's now on track. I empathise with you James.
:)

At least it's hot and humid here.
:D

No one can turn the train wheels like Hans Zimmer.

Jono, remember listening to "Chase" from The Peacemaker and smiling on the bus?

What bliss.

Sunday, June 13, 2004

John you sexy thang.

Saturday, June 12, 2004

a "real" apple wouldn't look or feel as sterile as this one. =P

and pffft that would mean i'd have to *pay* for software.

John, I think sometime's it's easier to just *buy* an Apple. =P

w00t i'm so proud of my desktop i want to show it to everyone.

Before exams, what can one do - study?

STAR!!!


In a gripping 52min game, friedzulu battles the tucoti.
Will the Terran metal fortress clasp the middleland of The Lost
Temple or will the ruthless protoss army fry the zulu warriors?

Just in for Stuvac (star) season, Der Wasserfall brings you a white nuckle, nail bitting thriller: James vs. tucoti

See you soon in CTO!

Thursday, June 10, 2004

wow - to both posts.
hah

Couldn't agree more with Hans Zimmer there, Australia really is something.

Also finally got around to posting on my blog again

Wednesday, June 09, 2004

for the starcraft fan out there.. and people in the airforce

Tuesday, June 08, 2004

Quote from a interview with Hans Zimmer:

Since you have traveled so much, where do you think is the most beautiful place on earth?

Australia. I've spent quite a bit of time down there. In fact I was down there recently, a couple of times again. There is something about the people and the lifestyle, it is just a gorgeous place. I think, if I could, I would move to Sydney. The problem is that it is so far away. Recently I flew from Sydney to Europe, and it was a 28 hour flight. But because it is so far away, you still do feel you get creative, unspoiled ideas down there. And a different way of working, and a different way of looking at things. From what I have seen, I just really like the lifestyle and the people. I've always had an interesting time there.

UNSWCG DOWN after Renee's on Friday.

CFN preferred.

Mechwarrior 2.
First prize = '$5 Japanese Udon @ CFN' for the first to defeat my dual Ultra-AC20 weldin', jump jett'in and DFAin' Dire Wolf.

Benny, this means *you*!


Monday, June 07, 2004

Oh yeah is there any numbers on UNSWCG

Hi! You are invited to my humble birthday celebration!

We will be meeting on Friday (11/06/04), at 12:55 ( dont be late, i've booked for K, and i wont be paying for latecomers!) inside K world at the seats and tables they have there.

Here are the plans for saturday:
1) K at K-world from 1-4
2) Shrek from 4:15 onwards
3) Dinner, prolly just takeaway, and eat at the park if its not raining ( so please bring a coat)

As you can all see, we wont be pausing for lunch so stock up before u come =)
It would be nice if you would reply me, but its' okay if you dont. If you are late, then sms me on 0422451728 and i'll get eric to go out of the room and get you.

See you all on Friday!

Sunday, June 06, 2004

haha thanks Butters, and say Hi to Renee for me.

:)

Shrek II's da bomb; believe it or not there's also Starship Troopers 2 out on DVD here.

Hahah thanks James
Where are you headed to in July?
Jamaica? Hawaii, perhaps. I'm very down for those destinations.
:)

I look forward to some glorious shots - I still envy your IR mode.

Come on people, keep snapping!

Saturday, June 05, 2004

This Friday Renee's bday:

1-4pm = K
4:15pm = shrek

RSVP to her via icq so she has approx no. to book for K

You're invited too jono

Jono - This July, I'll be there.
I'm going to clock terabytes. PETABYTES!

PS. wonderful metering ^^

G'day Fellas

James, you really can turn any shot into a classic. You're good - No, you're better than good.

Back from West Coast travel (+ Grand Canyon & Las Vegas, sorry to make you guys jealous) for a few days now.



At one of our West Coast camping sites - San Simeon

Pollution and strongly-defined layered clouds make for great sunsets. (No photoshop on this image :) )

Speaking of our 2003 road trip, recall that of 4 digital photographers (James, Yi, Eric, and Rosalie) over 6 days, our group clocked some 1.18 GB of photos collectively? (You can check this).

Over my 2 week trip alone I clocked 1.24 GB.

1 camera, 2 weeks. That's also after filtering and deleting any unwanted shots.

(Edit: That's 49MB per day per person on the road trip vs. 89MB per day )

That said, it will take me a few days to post my entire trip on the blog, but it'll be done over several days.

I trust you guys are pretty busy in week 13 (12 for USYD?) of uni.

Best of luck with projects and finals as they approach; I hope everything is going well.

I say don't you know?
You say you don't know.
I say...Take me out!

*air guitar*

Random related fact: The workers at Sukhoi OKB average $160 a month.

Friday, June 04, 2004

su-37weeee.

A trip down memory lane:

Thursday, June 03, 2004

Anyone for star at uni next week?

Tuesday, June 01, 2004

We're all busy, or more precisely, we rather spend our time elsewhere.

But here I'am, reporting to you that our BOP has worsened again.

lack of postings
what is going on?

where is kwong, john and charlie???