... 日夜做 見爸爸 剛好想呻 卻霎眼 看出他 多了皺紋 而他的蒼老感 是從來未覺 太內疚擔心 ...
... 盲目地發奮 忙忙忙其實自私 夢中也習慣 有壓力要我得志 ...
... 我也覺 我體質 彷似下降 看了症得到是 別要太忙 ...
... 盲目地發奮 忙忙忙從來未知 幸福會掠過 再也沒法說鍾意 ...
... 來日別操心 趁你有能力開心 世界有太多東西發生 不要等到天上俯瞰 ...
final year ... 要留些屬於自己的時間 ... 不可以像這一兩年 ...
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
有些事情 , 要 落很多力
有些事情 , 輕輕帶過便行
看來我還要好好學習... 不要搞得自己 忙忙忙 ....
Monday, March 24, 2008
還記得, 每次我自然醒前的一刻, 我一定會入夢. 夢見我的從前, 夢見我的往事...
究竟, 是不是我的深層意識作祟, 定還是我良心發現?
Sunday, March 16, 2008
due to an assignment ... I collaborate, again, with friends ~~
i like the feeling of collaboration... i should say, i love the feeling. the feeling when i commit!
commit to an individual project is tasteless...
Friday, March 14, 2008
In general, the American Dream can be defined as having the freedom that allows
all citizens to achieve their goals in life through hard work in the United
States of America. Today, it generally refers to the idea that one's prosperity
depends upon one's own abilities and hard work, not on a rigid class structure,
though the meaning of the phrase has changed over America's history. For some,
it is the opportunity to achieve more prosperity than they could in their
countries of origin; for others, it is the opportunity for their children to
grow up with an education and career opportunities; for others, it is the
opportunity to be an individual without the constraints imposed by class, caste,
race, or ethnicity.
- from Wikipeida
How about the Great China? Do we have dream?
Yes. We have dream like the American.
Near to the developed cities in China, there are numbers of satellite cities in the suburbs. In the suburbs, there are developing buildings and apartments next to numbers of miles of green lands. Big foreign companies, like Intel, spotted some location to build their factory in China.
This is how the dream start!
Undergraduates look at those companies. Work at there and earn money from them. They can have their own apartments just next to the work place by few miles and enjoying their own dream house with their own dream car.
This dream will at least last for 10 years.
I am one of the undergraduates. But, am I going back to my motherland for the rest of my life? Or just stay in my homeland? Am I going to have my Great Chinese Dream?
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Just a quote ...
"Love sought is good," Shakespeare observed, "but given unsought is better."
Friday, March 07, 2008
it sounds interesting ... iPhone is planned to make a fight with Blackberry ...
Will it success? Will other corporations join the fight?
Anyway, iPhone SDK is quite a bit closed. see The iPhone SDK: The day after . What can be built on a closed SDK ??? Does it really a good sign to end the multi-processing pipeline in mobile phone??
Who knows the answer?
BTW, this will be an interesting 2008 ... tech. might thrive again since the finance collapsed.
Wednesday, March 05, 2008
MSFT is competing with Adobe (Flex), Sun (JavaFX), and Mozilla (Prism) on desktop platform by Silverlight ... However, Sun already dominant the mobile market. Will Silverlight successfully HIT the phones?
Of course, Google won't let MSFT earn the most - http://www.news.com/8301-10784_3-9885341-7.html?tag=cd.blog
Here we get the Google Gear... and let's keep an eye on Android!! Who knows what will happen when the first phone with Android goes public!!
BTW, who will win the game?
Yahoo - http://www.news.com/8301-10784_3-9885562-7.html?tag=cd.blog - is also doing something to make itself appear in mobile market ... will they success to do so? Or they will just kicked out of the stage ??
Apple - http://www.macworld.co.uk/ipod-itunes/news/index.cfm?newsid=20607&pagtype=allchandate - who is doing something different than others ... will they still catch the users' desires???
Tuesday, March 04, 2008
What can I do?? What should I do??
Should I quit placement for this?? Or should I forget about tour??
Things happen at the same time ... ALWAYS!!
Can I, Could I, or Would I??
Is stability really better than variety and fluctuation?
Why I only get 24 hours a day?
this 2 weeks were the most disappointing weeks . . .
Sunday, March 02, 2008
看, 藝人離世, 觸動港人...
Saturday, March 01, 2008
Netscape Navigator, now owned by AOL, will no longer be supported after 1 March 2008, the company has said. - From BBC news.
In the mid-1990s, as the commercial web began to take off, the browser was used by more than 90% of people online.
Other companies capitalised on Netscape's success, notably Microsoft, which began to bundle IE with its Windows operating systems.
Although this led to legal wrangles over anti-competitive behaviour, IE now dominates the browser landscape with an 80% market share.
As a result, Netscape became unviable.
Although I didn't use Netscape. But, this is quite a bad news to me ... since MSFT again win a game. Anyway, Firefox ROCK !!! Keep the game in tight !! Look ahead for FF 3 !!!