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My Favourite Free iPad Apps for Toddlers

Ironically after writing a post about the hazards of being connected (due to the ease and portability of devices), I also wrote about my favourite free ipad apps for toddlers. Yes there are advantages we can’t ignore and we have … Continue reading

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How My Life has Changed with an iPhone

Hope you read my post about my life now with an iPhone compared to when I just had a simple Nokia. It’s quite interesting for me to take stock at different stages of my life. And in our world today, … Continue reading

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I Would Never Let My Kid Use an iPad & Stories from My Childhood

It’s my third post at White as Milk. Would love to hear what you think. I talk a bit about my own childhood too. And even though I am not a parent (so not qualified as such), I express some … Continue reading

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The Revolutionary 1984 Mac Ad

I may have seen this as a kid and most likely didn’t understand it. But it sure is amazing to watch decades later. If something can stand the test of time then it must really be great. What were your … Continue reading

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I Wish Singapore Hospitals Would Get Open MRI Machines for Claustrophobic Patients

I didn’t even know this option was available till I searched. Even more about this new technology here. I am writing this post as I myself have severe claustrophobia, and someone close to me has to go through an MRI … Continue reading

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Hey Gen Y: 3 Reasons why you may find me Primitive

1. Books: Enid Blyton, Laura Ingalls Wilder and Judy Blume defined my childhood – not Harry Potter (I haven’t read a single book and found the original movie a bit too young for me – ok boring). I wanted to … Continue reading

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The iPad2 & the Coolest Ever Magnetic Cover: A Very Frail Steve Jobs Introduces New iPad to Standing Ovation

I am always so impressed by Steve Jobs’ presentations.  He is quite an inspiration. Was hoping the new iPad would be smaller, but at least it’s thinner and lighter. Steve Jobs demonstrates how it’s thinner than the iPhone, so that’s … Continue reading

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I Quit Facebook And I Don’t Regret It

This is a follow-up from my distress call of a post from when I quit Facebook cold turkey.  I am now fine with the whole business and not so jittery any more.  I have never smoked, but I believe that … Continue reading

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One Thing I Have in Common with Johnny Depp

I hate phones too.  They make me jump out of my skin each time they ring. The worst thing is a phone ringing late at night or early in the morning. It makes my heart stop, because it’s always bad … Continue reading

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8 Reasons Why I Switched to WordPress

Found this cool infographic at TechKing and it confirms to me that I am on the right blogging service. It’s good to know that WordPress is ranked by Google as the number 1 blogging service. I started off with blogger, … Continue reading

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