yesterday was a tiring day. bring anum to enjoy her school holiday, have to fill her demands that is to go to Menara KL. Before that, I’ve decided to watch AntooFighter. herm. not a bad movie but also not a great movie. Oh well. But it’s pretty fun to find all those funny things like

  1. promotional for pergh.com
  2. unsure if this related, but in the whiteboard inside the office, there’s this statement ‘-company name- still didn’t pay RM 20/200 K’ maybe their production owned some payment
  3. their montage and the vfx of KL tower
  4. their hidden message.
But one thing that snaps me is i think I’ve heard two ost of my favorite anime inside that. Oh well, (good thoughts) maybe they didn’t have a lot of budget.
then going to menaraKL since anum wanted to go there, but disappointed for later she was complaining that it was a boring trip. lucky there was a mini-zoo at menara KL and spending time watching exotic animals. The white parrot were dancing before shitting. nice move.
Upon arriving home, some of my primary-school classmates, Faiz Aziz, Nadiah Amalina, Azilah Sani and Syeila AKQ ask for a meet up. went to Hulu Langat Look-up point. It was a breath-taking view up dare far from hectic life and the fuzzy foggy of KL. The view was gorgeous. went back at home pretty late and quite tired.
Then, in my sleep, i dream of seems-real-things. There’s this one traffic light where I cross the red light with jehuty, and there’s police chasing me. In an attempt to escape, I just speeding but I didn’t make a wreck of that town. But then, just like Need For Speed, the police cars chasing me increasing… increasing… increasing..
till there’s a part of there was two helicopters flying around just to find me which is still escaping for the criminal offense of not stopping during the red light. So I park my motorcycle, proceed by walking. There’s this time there was a sniper-laser mark on the tree and i was able to avoid it. afraid of being killed, I’ve jump to the sea/river which is later I think it was the Golden Gate Bridge. I have to dive when there’s a speedboat/navy fella looking for me.
I was able to dive for about 2-3 times and then, my stamina wears me out, the water begins to fill my nose and ears, and later, lungs. Felt hard to breath, I think I was waving my hands then my mother cames in
‘iwan, why your laptop suddenly ejects it’s cd?’
Phew, close call :p
  1. Don’t hit the red lights
  2. Give cooperation to the police. Ask them what’s the problem and what crime that you’ve commit.
  3. You have the right to remain silent but you don’t have the right for running away even if you’re not guilty.
  4. Keep Fit so you can swim/dive much longer
  5. Take swimming classes
  6. Don’t sleep after dawn
  7. Don’t make yourself extremely tired after you’ve watching a ghost-horror movie ( not related :p )
  8. If you install the software, don’t leave it unattended although computer was meant to be automated.
  9. make your will before sleeping for there’s a possibility to die in your sleep -_-!
  10. say a prayer before sleeping.
if you ask me about antoofigher, i say ‘they could do better’ or ‘at least the effects still proper rather than go-kart under lorry in Impak Maksima’
oh well, i’m not a cinema-goer anyway
Nov 2008

The reason I love barcamp/startupcamp/ this camp-camp thingy

I think Senedi has the most correct and lovable definition of this camp-camp thingy that i always wanted to explain to everyone ( but unexplainable because of my horrendous terrible english that I practice )

Call it anything you want.

Startup Camp doesn’t really mind. It doesn’t mind that the schedule is hosted on a Wiki and then transferred onto sticky notes on a glass wall. It doesn’t matter that the speakers are young, old, millionaires, unemployed or if they’re from any race or religion. And it definitely doesn’t mind if you just dropped in for a few minutes, or if you stayed the whole two days. You can even walk out of a session if you decide to do so, grab the microphone if you wanted to speak your mind and pitch your point to anyone who’ll listen. Startup Camp doesn’t charge either, so you can walk in for free.

So what does it do, actually?

Unsurprising to those who are already familiar to the concept, Startup Camp is a self-organizing conference. It is organized by the participants, for the participants. We get the venue, food, t-shirts. We do the marketing, evangelizing, planning. We put up the buntings, set up the place, register participants. We coordinate the sessions, speak, take photographs. And then we share, learn and network.


And yes, I do

  1. I’m not a millionaire
  2. I just gave a lightning talks during foss.my which force me to do a rapid research
  3. I didn’t gave a talk so much but yet, I want to make use of this experience ( camp-camp thingy ) to practice my public speaking before aiming to become an accountable and lovely dictator in this Boleh-Land where all people enjoy free Wimax and Red Alert 3 multiplayer.
  4. The un-formality of un-conference makes the audience become more open without feeling awkward.
  5. Hello, it was the place where sharing, is simply extremely act of caring, without prawns behind the rocks or fried mee ( direct translation of : udang disebalik batu dan mi goreng :p )
  6. The world just awesome ( which is.. very far-fetched from the reason directly, but indirectly, it was because you’re meeting new people with new ideas and it’s always newness. )

And I’ve just updated company blog with my review on Start-Up Camp KL last week. Have a read for a spin of mindset and point of view on how you look upon this world and why you shall celebrate the differences in skillsets and ideas.

Oh well, feel free to add the company into your facebook account :)

Nov 2008

I have a thing to confess

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Nov 2008
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Malaysia have more states and land, Boleh-Land!

Thanks to RoshFaizal, ( if his name sounds familiar, he’s the one who make Anuar Zain – Mungkin anime-ish mtv ) he gave me this link just now.

Abdullah to intervene in tussle

Caption = In agreement: Abdullah and Uzbekistan President Islam Karimov witnessing the exchange of documents between Unity, Cultural, Arts and Heritage Minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal and Uzbekistan Commission for the Coordination of Science and Technology chairman Shavkat Salihon at the Presidential Residence in Durmen, Uzbekistan, on Monday. — Bernama

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Nov 2008

Cakra Alam = Malaysia Magic?

Peh yg ni memang berita takle blah. aku dapat dari paie pasal video clip ni. sejauh mana kebenaran amalan Cakra Alam ni aku tak tahu. tak pernah test pun. tapi apa kata korang lihat sendiri.

nasib baik la aku bukan jenis jumpa doktor kekekeke. harap ada pihak berkuasa leh siasat video ni dan juga aktiviti ini. Sebab dengarnya siap ada klinik lagi.

dan lagi tak sedap bila orang luar negara yang mengata. pihak berkuasa sila buat siasatan ya. mari serbu itu venue :p

Nov 2008
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