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Inspired by the song would be an understatement

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Sweet child in time youll see the line

The line thats drawn between the good and the bad

See the blind man shooting at the world

Bullets flying taking toll

If youve been bad, lord I bet you have

And youve been hit by flying lead

Youd better close your eyes and bow your head

And wait for the ricochet

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This song is so energizing its not even funny. For all you ACDC fans, we salute you:

Back in black
I hit the sack
I’ve been too long I’m glad to be back
Yes, I’m let loose
From the noose
That’s kept me hanging about
I’ve been looking at the sky
‘Cause it’s gettin’ me high
Forget the hearse ’cause I never die
I got nine lives
Cat’s Eyes
Abusin’ every one of them and running wild

Back in the back
Of a Cadillac
Number one with a bullet, I’m a power pack
Yes, I’m in a bang
With a gang
They’ve got to catch me if they want me to hang
Cause I’m back on the track
And I’m beatin’ the flack
Nobody’s gonna get me on another rap
So look at me now
I’m just makin’ my play
Don’t try to push your luck, just get out of my way

Complete metchul as some would say.

I need a browser which:

- can classify my opened tabs more intelligently. Today, I open 20 tabs on my Safari, Camino, Firefox or Opera, they invariably get slow, making me spend time on closing them or opening them as seperate windows which leads into a MAC tiling nightmare. So I need something that classifies tabs by groups based on their content, allows me to tag them and remains light on the functioning.

- is more social and makes tweeting, plurking, flickring, facebooking all at ease, through a quick drag drop side widget. I remember a people browsr or a social browsr doing a good job. We need such aggregation built into the browser instead of installing multiple widgets that make it slow, or probably there are some and I am not aware?

- is intelligent enough to understand my reading pattern and suggest articles so that I do not get lost in the info. overload of news and intriguing columns, again a classical case of the information overloaded web world we live in.

There should be tons of more improvements in the central nervous system of the browser. Hit me with yours.

And developers out there who agree with me (or my directional sense of thinking), shall we put in some time and moolah and get one up?

Sitting in the TEDx MIT Club NUS Singapore event, the first of its kind under the TEDx banner.

Wiki info here: http://tedxmitcs.pbworks.com/

Speakers are:

Introduction about, beer, the history of beer, the gods of beer and the catholic church of beer.

  • Beer is carbon neutral
  • Its about hand crafting beer, and not mass produced beer. The difference is IKEA vs a hand made furniture artist. IKEA makes industrialized, boring stuff, while your hand made furniture artist does what exactly you need and adds the craftsmanship to it.
  • Beer is going green
  • Some places to get crafted beer , place name (famous beer type) – brewerkz (oatmean stout), red dot (Lime Wheat / Monster Green), Archipelago (Samui), Brotzeit – VivoCity, Charlie’s corner – Changi Village
  • Craft beer is a social lubricant
  • And be responsible, don’t be a binge drinker.

The talk opened the eye to some new terms about beer, lager and some new places to sample some craft beer.

Next up, is SIR Ken Robinson’s talk on how schools kill creativity – its one of the more inspiring talks I have seen through the TED Channel – you can watch it here:

Sitting in the TEDx MIT Club NUS Singapore event, the first of its kind under the TEDx banner.

Wiki info here: http://tedxmitcs.pbworks.com/

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What will not happen in the Apple iPod event on 09 09 09.

“Steve Jobs will not land in the Yerba Buena Center in a large silver spacecraft and take three chosen humans on board, all women, who will join him as they float serenely in space repopulating the universe with Jobsian clones grown in utero during balletic space orgies and then sent hurtling through space in tiny pods shaped like the Mighty Mouse.”

Full article here: http://www.crunchgear.com/2009/09/08/what-to-expect-from-tomorrows-apple-event/

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