Interesting finds on the internet #2

This interesting find is heavy on the UK. Prime minister Question (PMQ) United Kingdom. Prime minister of UK answers questions in parliament every Wednesday. Every week’s PMQ is archived at below link. Link: http://www.parliament.uk/business/news/parliament-government-and-politics/parliament/prime-ministers-questions/ Example:  Hansard is text of every word uttered in Parliament. Can search UK Parliament’s hansard. Very convenient for the public to … Continue reading Interesting finds on the internet #2

What I think about the church

I realised that most parents, eventhough they are not religious, want their child/ children to be in church. Maybe they think that church builds good characters in their children, is a place to learn socialization, or plainly just better than sitting at home on Sunday. But, they themselves dislikes going to church. I went to … Continue reading What I think about the church

Response to I don’t need Dropbox anymore, and it’s all Google’s fault article

The article basically says that the author switched from Dropbox to Google Photos because Google Photos is better for storing photos. This is true. Google Photos is an app specifically for photos. However, what the author missed is that there are other people who use Dropbox other than storing photos, but files as well, and … Continue reading Response to I don’t need Dropbox anymore, and it’s all Google’s fault article

Interesting finds on the internet #1

Few years ago, there was a shocking news that Harvard Divinity School announced a papyrus fragment including the text “Jesus said to them, ‘my wife…” and it caused a fervor. Several scientific tests has determined the papyrus to be very old, but it is now believed to be false after detailed investigation by a journalist. Link: The Unbelievable Tale … Continue reading Interesting finds on the internet #1

How to find good books to read next

If you are a book lover, you would like this article. I am going to tell you how I find books that go into my to read list. Since our time on earth is limited, and there are so many books to choose from, we would be wise to pick the better quality books to … Continue reading How to find good books to read next

Harvest Moon: Back to Nature. A review from 2016.

Around 2005, when I was still a teenager, I remember playing this game on my PlayStation 1 with my brother at my old house at Bandar Utama. We stayed in my parents room and we have the PS1 attached to the small square TV in the room. I was excited and amazed that I can … Continue reading Harvest Moon: Back to Nature. A review from 2016.

Debate resources

IntelligenceSquared Debates – YouTube iqsquared – YouTube Intelligence Squared Oxford Union – YouTube ConvinceMe – Debate Online Debate Online – Social Networking Site for Debating – Debate.org Debate website — Theworlddebating – Just debate Debatewise – Where great minds differ Where great minds differ ForandAgainst.com – The Best Place to State Your Case Home – … Continue reading Debate resources

Does your environment limit your potential?

I have this worry for some time, that my potential will be diminished due to outside forces such as families, political situation, economic situation, loss of passion. In my mind, all outside forces have to be perfect for my potential to grow. But this is wrong. In The Talent Code: Unlocking the Secret of Skill … Continue reading Does your environment limit your potential?

Good things to do to yourself

Shaun, treat yourself better. In case you forgot to treat yourself, remind yourself of ways: Listen to soothing music Take a warm bath. Get a massage. Buy yourself a rose. Go to a pet store and play with the animals. Walk on a scenic path in a park. Visit a zoo. Stop and smell some … Continue reading Good things to do to yourself