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IT Corner

How to Decide Between a Laptop and a Desktop

This next entry is meant for those of you who have not get either a laptop or thinking of switching between a PC (desktop computer) to that high-end laptop that you saw at Funan/Challenger/Sim Lim Square. Think twice!!

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Rollercoaster

Gabrielle – Dream

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I came across this song that have been left stagnant in one of my 25-disc-mp3-collection. Kept me there solid for 3++ min listening.

Of course, you’re only hearing preview of the song. STOP PIRACY. Buy original. Yeahaa.

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WorkLife

Detecting Personality Traits through Handwriting

You can understand yourself and others better through a basic understanding of the study of handwriting (graphology) to determine the character and personality of the individual.

Of course, the following will be useful to teachers out there and parents that use handwriting analysis not only for the purpose of vocational or career guidance, but also to help resolve young peoples’ fears and anxieties.

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Rollercoaster WorkLife

Strained Office connections

There is something wrong here in office. Work relations are strained between colleagues and management here. What went wrong?

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SOTW

How to improve your grammAr ?

Although this site no longer provide the email service for new grammAr lessons, it does help one to improvise on his/her grammatical skills by reading the archives section.

post edit: Thanks to Suhaila for correcting the grammAr mistake 🙂

Daily grammar site

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Rollercoaster

Orders vs Compassion

Yesterday, Dearie and I took a short trip down to Tampines Mall, with the intention of

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IT Corner

How to Evaluate a Used Computer for Potential Purchase

Buying a used computer makes sense when price is your primary consideration and you are savvy enough to accurately diagnose problems yourself. Although you will sacrifice speed (and perhaps life span of the mechanical components), the quality of a used $2,000 computer might give you better value and longevity than a computer built to sell new for under $1,000.